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Iowa women's tennis intern becomes full-time assistant

BY MATT CABEL | JUNE 20, 2013 5:00 AM

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Former Iowa women’s tennis intern assistant coach Courtney Nagle has been named a full-time assistant coach, Iowa women’s tennis head coach Katie Dougherty announced Wednesday.

“Courtney was a great addition to our program and an integral part of the improvements we made this past year,” Dougherty said in a release. “The combination of her high-level playing career and coaching background make her a perfect fit for developing student-athletes. She is committed to their athletic and academic success, and I’m happy to lift her interim appointment."

Nagle had previously been listed as an interim assistant coach since joining the program in July 2012. Nagle helped lead the team to the No. 8 ranking in the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Division I Midwest Regional Rankings in her first season with the Hawkeyes. She also helped doubles duo Ruth Seaborne and Morven McCulloch earn the No. 34 spot in the doubles rankings.

In 2013, the Hawkeyes finished with an 11-12 overall record, and reached as high as the No. 58 position in the National Team Rankings. The team also managed to advance to the quarterfinals of the Big Ten championships.


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