Hartzell (Oshkosh, Wis.) joins elite company being named to the All-NACC singles team for the fourth time in her career. In her final fall season, Hartzell put together another strong season at the top flight for the Sabres. Hartzell went 10-5 at the No. 1 flight for Marian and boasted an 8-2 mark in conference matches. Her biggest win during the fall portion of the season came against eventual regular-season champion Edgewood where she rallied after dropping the first set to win a three-set thriller 6-7 (2-7), 6-1, 10-8. Entering the spring season, Hartzell sits in third on the program's all-time wins list at 93 and needs just three victories to move up to second. At the No. 1 singles flight, Hartzell needs just five victories to become the program's winningest student-athlete at the top flight.
Lewandowski (Wauconda, Ill.) had a breakout season for the Sabres at the No. 2 flight earning her first all-conference selection. Lewandowski went 8-6 at the No. 2 flight for Marian during the fall and held a 7-3 mark in conference matches. Three of her victories saw Lewandowski drop three or fewer matches including a 6-0, 6-0 sweep against Lakeland. In doubles action, Lewandowski played all of her matches at the No. 1 flight and went 8-5 with a 6-4 mark in NACC matches.
The full release and all-conference lists from the NACC can be found at http://naccsports.org/sports/wten/2018-19/releases/20181031wten-all-nacc.
Marian was able to earn the fourth spot in the NACC standings clinching a home match for the opening round of the NACC Tournament for a third-straight year. The Sabres will take on MSOE Tuesday, April 30 in that first round NACC Tournament match with the full spring season to be released later this winter.