Women's Tennis

Amanda Chapman
Amanda Chapman
Height: 5-5
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Sunderland, Md.
Previous School: Huntingtown HS

2016-17 Season (Senior) - In her final season with Lees-McRae, Chapman once again led the team with six singles victory in 2016-17...In addition to her work in singles, Chapman also posted a 2-13 mark in doubles action...Chapman won both singles and doubles tilts in two matches with one being at Greensboro College on Feb. 10 and the other occurring in the season finale against Pfeiffer on April 17...After her senior season, Chapman was named to the Academic All-Conference squad for the second time and to the Presidential Honor Roll for the fourth time. 

2015-16 Season (Junior) - During her third season at Lees-McRae, Chapman led the team with six singles victories and was second on LMC with three wins in doubles...Her records were 6-10 in singles and 3-12 in doubles...Chapman played mainly out of the No. 6 singles position and out of the No. 3 spot in doubles...Five of Chapman's six singles wins came against conference foes...Following the season, Chapman was named to the Academic All-Conference team and the Presidential Honor Roll for the third straight year. 

2014-15 Season (Sophomore) - As a sophomore, Chapman finished second on the team in both singles and and doubles victories with six and five, respectively...Eight of her 11 total wins came against Conference Carolinas competition...After her second season with Lees-McRae, Chapman was once again named to the conference's Presidential Honor Roll.

2013-14 Season (Freshman) - In her first season with the Bobcats, Chapman was second on the team with five singles victories and was tied for the team-lead with three wins in doubles action...The Sunderland, Md. native made her collegiate debut at Catawba on Sept. 20...She notched both her first wins in both singles and doubles at Mars Hill on Oct. 12...Her other four singles wins during her freshman season came against Spartanburg Methodist College, King (Tenn.), Converse and Belmont Abbey, while her other two doubles wins came versus Spartanburg Methodist College and Belmont Abbey...After her freshman season, Chapman was named to the Conference Carolinas Presidential Honor Roll.