CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - The summer top 10 team events list continues today. Coming in at number four is the Kohawk women's tennis team winning its third-straight Iowa Conference Championship.
The fall season was another successful one for the Kohawks, as they went 10-0. Coe won its first five matches of the year 9-0, including Iowa Conference wins over Simpson and Buena Vista. The week of Sept. 14 was a big one for Coe, as the Kohawks defeated Central and Wartburg 8-1 and Luther 5-4. Coe finished the fall season with 9-0 wins over Loras and Dubuque, as the Kohawk regular season Iowa Conference winning streak reached 23-straight matches.
Due to weather, the Iowa Conference Singles and Doubles Championships were canceled. For the third time, senior Tai Lucero (Odessa, Texas/Permian) was named the Iowa Conference Player of the Year. Then assistant coach Kris Diehl (now head coach) was named the Iowa Conference Coach of the Year. It was the eighth time a Kohawk has been named the Iowa Conference MVP and the sixth time a Kohawk coach has won the Iowa Conference Coach of the Year award.
The Kohawks went 9-6 during the spring season, with three of the losses coming to teams ranked in the top 25 in the country. With a 5-0 win over Central and a 5-2 victory over Luther, Coe won the Iowa Conference Automatic Qualifier Tournament to advance to the NCAA Championships. Grinnell defeated the Kohawks 5-0 in the NCAA Championships.
Top 10 Team Events of 2013-14
10 - Kohawks win second-straight Bremner Cup
9 - Men's soccer rolls by Iowa Wesleyan 9-0
8 - Women's soccer cruises by Iowa Wesleyan 12-0
7 - Football defeats Wartburg 24-10 in Waverly
6 - Women's Basketball upsets #16 Carthage
5 - Volleyball wins school-record 21-straight matches
Top 10 Individual Events of 2013-14
10 - Crain, Lang win women's golf invites
9 - Coe turns in eight top six times at Liberal Arts Championships
8 - Alberhasky, Golinski strike out 11 batters each
7 - Antoine Allen-Jackson intercepts three passes against Cornell
6 - Tyler Gunderson fourth at IIAC Men's Golf Championships
5 - Wirth, Hansche knock down eight treys apiece against Luther