Beaver Falls, PA – Courtney Light has been selected as the National Christian College Athletic Association’s Women’s Tennis student-athlete of the week. Light has found her consistent stride on the court in her pursuit to compete with a Christian perspective. Light earned a singles game and defeated Marietta opponent 8-1 in Saturday’s win. In doubles, Light and Kress found their ninth consecutive win together, defeating Roberts Wesleyan and Waynesburg last week.
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