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After a rough beginning of the season, the Lady Tigers tennis team was in high spirits when it entered conference play at the end of March. Riding high on a two-match win streak, the Lady Tigers tennis team headed into its first Mid-Eastern Atlantic Conference match against South Carolina St…

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Sansriti Ranjan is determined and careful as she works to be a successful student at Savannah State and player for the Lady Tigers tennis team. 

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The Lady Tigers tennis team of Savannah State University, while off to a rocky 0-3 start, remains optimistic and upbeat as the season moves forward. With conference play starting March 25, the Lady Tigers look forward to improving and fast.

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A promising year is coming up for the Savannah State Women’s tennis team. Head Coach Carolina Lainez recruited six new players from four different countries for the 2017-2018 season. Rachida El Kateb, a senior from Tunisia, is the only returner. Their first home game is free and will be on T…

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Sandy Lochu was born in Paris, France to Marie-Francaise Martin and Eric Lochu on September 18, 1995. She grew up watching her mother play tennis and she slowly began to pick up on it herself.  “When I was little, my mom was playing tennis a bit and I was waiting for her to finish practice a…

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As a coach, your achievements are tied to the success of your team. To be an exceptional coach, you must be a great leader—one that brings out the best in the team through hard work, training and development. Coach Carolina Lainez is that example of what it is means to be a great coach. 

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Have you ever met an ambitious college athlete? Well, Sandy Lochu a 19 year-old sophomore from Paris, France, represents just that.