The MBS girls varsity tennis team capped a very successful season this week, finishing with a 14-4 record and winning the NJAC Liberty Division title for the first time since 2012.
The Crimson finished the year as Non-Public B state sectional finalists after defeating Gill St. Bernard’s — which was ranked #8 in the state — in the semifinal round. The team also had a strong showing in this year’s Morris County Tournament, where they placed second overall.
Individual highlights included Molly Michel ’20 setting a new School record for career regular season wins with 46. Senior Louisa Randazzo ’20 finished her MBS career with an impressive 38 career regular season wins. In addition, Olivia Siegel '23 won 13 matches this year, setting a new School record for wins by a freshman.
The doubles team of Hannah Blake ’21 and Sophie Schramm ’22 also had an outstanding season, winning the Morris County title for first doubles. Molly Michel ’20 advanced to the County semifinals in third singles, as did Katie McDonald ’20 and Julia Abbott ’20.
In early October, the MBS girls tennis team was selected by the Daily Record as one of the top 10 fall sports teams – of every varsity sport – in Morris County.
Congratulations to the entire team – and to Head Coach Brett Michel ’86 — for such a strong season. Go Crimson!