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TJC women's tennis wins national title

The TJC women's tennis team clinched another national championship on Thursday in Tucson, Arizona.  Apaches coach John Peterson was named division one coach of the year.  It's the women's programs 15th national title.  Coach Peterson says it never gets old.

Sophomore Brooke Dennis was apart of last years dominating national title run.  She says this year is just as sweet.

"It's just as good every time," said Dennis.  "It never gets old because this year we worked even harder than last year because we knew everyone was going to be after us because we did really well at nationals last year. So the last day was a dual match almost against our biggest rivalry. We had to go out there and perform and win and if we didn't than we would have got second place."

Division I Team Standings - FINAL Results
1.Tyler Junior College (50 Points)
2.Lee College (46 Points)
3.St. Petersburg College (32 Points)
4.Laredo Community College (28 Points)
5.Eastern Arizona College(25 Points)
5.Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College (25 Points)
5.Florida State College - Jacksonville (25 Points)
8.New Mexico Military Institute (22 Points)
9.Collin College (21.5 Points)
10.Cowley County Community College (21 Points)
11.Temple College (20 Points)
12.Seward County Community College (17 Points)
12.Johnson County Community College (17 Points)
12.Meridian Community College (17 Points)
15.Pima Community College (16.5 Points)
16.State College of Florida (16 Points)
17.Snead State Community College (13 Points)
18.Seminole State College (9 Points)
19.Central Alabama Community College (7.5 Points)
19.Harford Community College (7.5 Points)
19.Glendale Community College (7.5 Points)
22.Hinds Community College (6.5 Points)
23.Elgin Community College (6 Points)
24.Rend Lake College (5.5 Points)
25.Lewis & Clark Community College (4 Points)
26.College of Lake County (3.5 Points)
27.Itawamba Community College (2 Points)
27.Muskegon Community College (2 Points)
29.Kalamazoo Valley Community College(1.5 Points)
30.Sinclair Community College (.5 Points)
31.Waubonsee Community College

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