January 1, 2000
Carmen Linder Ranked By Intercollegiate Tennis Association
BUIES CREEK, N.C. ? Campbell University hopes to return to action on the tennis courts on Saturday at Old Dominion, after a pair of matches were washed out this week. Friday's men's and women's doubleheader vs. Elon has been postponed until Monday at 3:00 p.m. at the Nisbet Tennis Center. On Saturday, Campbell's men and women travel to Old Dominion for a 1:00 p.m. doubleheader. The women's match features a pair of nationally-ranked teams. Campbell (10-3) is rated number-63 in the latest Omni Hotels Collegiate Tennis Rankings, while Old Dominion is number-74. Two of Campbell's three losses this year have come against nationally-ranked teams in Virginia Commonwealth and Winthrop. CU's other setback was at regionally-ranked Hampton. Campbell junior Carmen Linder has earned a national ranking for the first time in her collegiate career. The Beinheim, France native is rated number-99 in the latest Omni Hotels singles listing. Linder owns an 8-4 record in dual match singles play this spring and is 10-2 at number-one doubles with partner Kerstin