Cobb became the third women’s tennis athlete in school history to earn first-team All-NCAC honors in singles action all four years, joining former teammate Meghan Damico (2006-09) and Meredith Sulser (2002-05). She is also the third player in program history to be named both NCAC Player (2011) and Newcomer (2008) of the Year during their tenure at Denison (Damico and Lauren Gerlach). Cobb has gone 19-7 at No. 1 singles, including a 3-2 mark against regionally-ranked opponents. In doubles action, she has compiled a 21-7 record, including an 18-4 mark at first doubles. This year, the senior became Denison’s all-time leader in singles (67) and doubles (77) victories passing Damico and Marta Drane, respectively. Cobb and the sixth-ranked Big Red will take on No. 4 Chicago in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Tournament on Tuesday (May 24) in Claremont, Calif. Match time is scheduled for 6 p.m. EDT.
Golovkina and Schroeder helped the Denison women’s swimming and diving team to their sixth NCAA national runner-up finish, and the school’s third-straight NCAC championship. Golovkina closed out her final season in Granville with a bang. The senior won a national championship in the 200 freestyle relay, earned All-American status in seven events (running her career total to 20), and was named 2011 NCAC Swimmer of the Year after winning five conference titles.
For the second-straight year, Schroeder helped capture the national crown in the 800 freestyle relay. She was also an All-American in the 200 IM and the 200 backstroke. At the conference level, the junior won NCAC titles in the 200 IM, 400 IM, 800 freestyle relay and 200 backstroke.