YORK, Pa. – Salisbury University senior Natalie Savage and Junior Zoe Moffat made a strong pair at the top of the women's tennis lineup during the 2016 season, and the duo was recognized by the Capital Athletic Conference coaches, being named to the All-CAC teams, with Moffat earning Rookie of the Year honors.
Moffat was named to the All-CAC first team for her singles play at No. 2, notching a 15-1 mark this year, while also claiming one victory at No. 1. She climbed in to the Atlantic South Region rankings, currently sitting at No. 22 in the region, while posting wins in her two matches against regionally-ranked opponents this year.
The Surrey, England native teamed with Savage at the No. 1 doubles spot this year, rising to No. 9 in the region going 14-4 this season. Moffat becomes the fourth Rookie of the Year in program history, joining Erica Mitry (2004), Jillian Poppe (2010), and Savage (2013).
Savage was named to the All-CAC second team at No. 1 singles, posting a 13-4 mark at the top spot in the order, while climbing to No. 12 in the region rankings. This season, Savage took over the top spot in program history in career singles and doubles wins, with 56 and 60, respectively. The honor marks the third time that Savage has been named an All-CAC performer in singles, claiming first-team honors in 2014 and being named to the second team in 2013.
To see the All-CAC Women's Tennis Teams, in their entirety, click here.