Dominique De Wit
De Wit is the 17th Chanticleer to be awarded the Christenberry.
Kiana Quolas was named the Female Athlete of the Year, while Pedro Ribeiro and Lorenzo Taliaferro shared the Male Athlete of the Year award
No. 5 Coastal faces No. 1 Charleston Southern in Thursday's semifinal at 2:30 p.m.
The Chants face Campbell tomorrow at 11:30 a.m. in the quarterfinals of the Big South tournament.
Coastal travels to Charleston Southern on Wednesday and Winthrop on Saturday to close out regular season.
2011-12 Women's Tennis Team Photos.
Spring 2014 (Senior):Received the George A. Christenberry Award for Academic Excellence, the highest academic honor awarded by the Big South Conference ... Was also named the conference's Women's Tennis Scholar-Athlete of the Year and earned a place on the all-academic team ... Was named All-Big South in doubles after posting a team-high 16-4 record ... Went 6-2 against conference opponents in doubles, and boasted an impressive 11-1 record at No. 2 where she spent most of the season ... Won a crucial 8-7 (7-0) No. 3 doubles match in Coastal's 4-3 win over Campbell in the quarterfinals of the Big South Championship ... Competed in four singles matches, posting a 3-1 record ... Was named Coastal Carolina's 2014 Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year.
Fall 2013 (Senior):Along with partner Honami Yazawa, advanced to the quarterfinals of the B1 doubles flight at the College of Charleston fall tournament ... Won her lone singles match and two of three doubles matches with partner Kourtney Kowal at the Charlotte Invitational ... Alongside Kowal, won a doubles match 8-2 over Appalachian State at the East Carolina Invitational.
Spring 2013 (Junior): Was named to the Big South All-Academic Team for the first time in her Coastal career ... Posted an overall singles record of 5-8 playing the entire season at No. 6 singles ... Finished 3-3 in Big South singles play ... Won conference matches against Campbell and Presbyterian College, and took the match-winning point in Coastal's 4-3 win over Longwood ... Claimed non-conference victories against Savannah State and the University of Charleston ... Finished the season with an impressive 14-3 doubles record, playing every match with partner Libby Scott ... Was 8-0 in Big South doubles matches ... Ended the season winning 11 of her final 12 doubles matches ... Alongside Scott, was named the No. 3 doubles flight winner by the Big South.
Fall 2012 (Junior): Did not compete.
Spring 2012 (Sophomore): Posted a 2-0 singles record with straight sets wins from the No. 6 flight... Held a 1-0 mark at the No. 3 doubles position with Amanda Malatek.
Fall 2011 (Sophomore): Opened the fall by winning the B1 doubles flight with Amanda Malatek at the College of Charleston Invitational...The duo came back from 1-6 down to win 8-6... Advanced to the semifinals of the CofC Invitational by winning two matches... Pre-qualified for the doubles competition at the ITA Regionals and won the first match with Malatek 8-6... Was the only Chanticleer to go 2-0 in the UNCW Invitational singles matches.
Spring 2011 (Freshman): Recorded a 3-1 doubles record... Held a 3-0 record with a 2-0 record in the sixth position.
Fall 2010 (Freshman): Won a doubles match playing alongside Caitlyn Brooksbank at the Wilmington Invitational.
Prior To Coastal Carolina: Played at Luzac College ... Was an Under-18 singles and doubles winner.
Personal: Full name is Dominique de Wit ... Daughter of Walter and Susan de Wit ... Majoring in economics.