The SUNY Plattsburgh Cardinals posted an 8-5 record, 3-1 in their confernce – the SUNYAC League. They did this with a lot of help from Northern Region players – Rachel Hodnett (Ballston Spa) ands Stephanie Omlin (Schuyler Falls). Marie Visker (Burnt Hills) was a Freshman member of the team but did not see action this year. Hodnett played #1 singles where she compiled a 5-6 record and was 1-0 at #1 doubles and 9-3 at #2 doubles. Omlin was 3-2 at #3 singles and 3-4 at #4 singles. She was 7-5 at third doubles. The only league loss during the regular season came at the hands of SUNY New Platz. In the league tournament, they beat Fredonia 5-0 in the first round but fell to SUNY Geneseo 5-0 in the second round and SUNY Oneonta 5-2 in the consolation round. SUNY Plattsburgh only has a fall season.
SUNY Oneonta featured local players too. First off is Danielle Browarski of Colonie. Danielle played first singles and compiled a 4-5 record there. She was 11-3 at #1 doubles with partner Lauren Skolnick. Jenna Conklin of Saratoga played 2 matches and was 1-1. Oneonta was 8-4 for the fall season. They do play in the spring too. In the SUNYAC League Championships Oneonta beat Brockport in the opening round before losing to New Paltz. They won their consolation round against Plattsburgh.
SUNY Cortland went 5-7 with former Glens Falls standout John Taft as Assistant Coach.
Fredonia featured Molly Zanetti of Saratoga. Zanetti went 9-2 in singles and 7-4 in doubles. Fredonia also had an 8-5 record but lost to Plattsburg in the SUNYAC tournament. They followed that with a loss to Cortland and a win over Oswego State. Ferdonia only plays a fall schedule so they are done for the year.
Amanda Rosati played 4th singles for the SUNYAC Champion Geneseo Knights. Amanda compiled a 6-1 record at 4th singles. She had a prefect 5-0 record at second doubles and an 4-1 record at third doubles. Geneseo won all 3 of their league Championship matches 5-0 with wins over Cortland and Plattsburgh. In the finals they got to avenge their only loss of the season, a 5-4 decision that went in favor of New Platz.