By MICHAEL COIT
THE PRESS DEMOCRAT
Record-setting efforts for Sonoma State’s top women singles players and the best men’s season in more than a decade highlighted the Seawolves tennis campaign.
Sara Celma finished the year 25-5 to earn the most wins and now holds the top spot in career winning percentage in singles play. The senior from Spain played two years at Sonoma State after transferring from Fresno Pacific.
Four-year standout Lauren Ha finished the season with the most career wins for a Sonoma State woman with a list, going 61-30. Ha is from Danville.
Two other Seawolves matched Ha for wins this season: Karlee Budge, from Laguna Nigel, was 20-8; Leire Martinez, from Spain, was 20-3.
The top doubles team was Celma and Kaitlyn Haithcock, from Alamo. The pair was 14-9 on the season.
Sonoma State concluded the season with a fifth place finish at the Pac West Conference Tennis Championships.
The Seawolves were 18-7 overall.
On the men’s side, Sonoma State recorded the program’s most wins since the 2001 season in going 11-13.
Sonoma State took sixth at the Pacific West Conference Tennis Championships.
Leading the Seawolves was Philip Holbrook, from Napa, with a 14-15 overall match record. Another freshman, Daniel Holz, played number two. Holz, from Vacaville, went 13-14 on the season.
In doubles Holbrook teamed with Matt Roberts, from San Jose. The pair was 11-16 on the season.
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