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ITA names East Florida female tennis player Tsveti Trifonova as second-year most improved


Was national champion in singles and doubles in her native Bulgaria

Eastern Florida State College female tennis player Tsveti Trifonova has been named the most improved sophomore by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. (EFSC image)

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Eastern Florida State College female tennis player Tsveti Trifonova has been named the Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s Most Improved sophomore.

Trifonova, who was named the most improved sophomore in Region IV last week, advanced to the quarterfinals at the NJCAA Division I National Tournament in Mesa, Ariz. In May. .

“She was our leader and took a lot of the pressure off the coaching staff. Tsveti really worked extremely hard on the court and got the off-court training required to be a great varsity tennis player, ”said Bobby Cashman, Eastern Florida State College women’s tennis coach.

“It has been an honor and a privilege to work with such a great student-athlete with high expectations in the classroom and on the tennis court. Our coaching staff will truly regret their work ethic and passion for competing for the women’s tennis program.

ITA honors a sophomore who has shown the greatest improvement during his college career.

The runner-up from Sofia, Bulgaria finished third in the Region VIII tournament and was named to the ITA All-America squad.

“She was our leader and took a lot of pressure off the coaching staff. Tsveti really worked extremely hard on the court and got the off-court training needed to be a better varsity tennis player, ”said coach Bobby Cashman, left above. (EFSC image)

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