June 1, 2007
WACO, Texas -
Baylor's women's tennis team completed the 2007 season ranked No. 13 in the final FILA/Intercollegiate Tennis Association's (ITA) rankings while three singles players and three doubles tandems were listed as well.
The Bears ended the season with a 24-7 record and advanced to at least the NCAA Championships' round of 16 for the third straight season under head coach Joey Scrivano.
Baylor was led by junior Zuzana Zemenova, the program's first three-time All-American. Zemenova, although hampered by injuries in the early part of the spring season, posted a 22-7 mark and was ranked No. 10 in the final rankings, her highest listing of the spring season. Zemenova advanced to the NCAA Singles Championship semifinals before being eliminated by eventual national champion, Audra Cohen of Miami.
Senior Zuzana Cerna ended the season ranked No. 52 with a 32-8 mark and freshman Lenka Broosova ended her rookie campaign with a team-best record of 37-8 and a ranking of No. 80.
In doubles, three duos were on the final rankings list. Baylor's top-ranked tandem was Broosova and senior Klara Zrustova at No. 44 with a 12-6 mark. Cerna and Broosova were ranked No. 53 and Zemenova and senior Iva Mihaylova checked in at No. 56.
Final Baylor FILA Collegiate Tennis Rankings
Administered by the ITA - June 1, 2007
10. Zuzana Zemenova - Junior
52. Zuzana Cerna - Senior
80. Lenka Broosova - Freshman
44. Klara Zrustova/Lenka Broosova
53. Zuzana Cerna/Lenka Broosova
56. Iva Mihaylova/Zuzana Zemenova