Tennis Ranked in 2022 Recruitment Class Rankings
HUNTINGTON, West Virginia – The Marshall University tennis team was ranked eighth in the Tennis Recruiting Network’s 2022 Intermediate Recruiting Class Poll and received votes in its top 25.
It was the first time the Herd had received top 25 votes in the 2013 poll and was the team’s highest finish in the mid-major poll since being sixth in the 2013 poll.
The Green and White has four newcomers as part of its 2022 promotion.
Strom joins Marshall from Stockholm, Sweden. Her brother, Gustaf, plays tennis at the University of Arizona and was the 2021 PAC-12 Rookie of the Year. Storm is ranked 1,818 on the ITF Women’s World Rankings and 504 on the Junior World Rankings. His record in the Universal Tennis Ranking over the past two years is 10.25.
Lopicic is coached by her mother, Marija, and her sister, Jelena, plays college tennis at Northwestern Ohio University. The Belgrade, Serbia native reached an ITF Juniors world ranking of 685, while being ranked 1721 in the women’s rankings. Achieved a Universal Tennis High Rating of 9.48 in the past two years.
Joksovic comes to Huntington from Belgrade, Serbia and transfers from Belgrade Banking Academy. The Serb is ranked 255 in the ITF Juniors World Ranking and 508 in the Women’s World Ranking. Joksovic is also ranked 1142 in the Women’s Tennis Association rankings. His universal tennis ranking is 10.96 for the past two years.
Limanen, of Hurricane, West Virignia, is a junior tennis product developed in Huntington. She is the West Virginia State champion in both singles and doubles. Limanen’s high universal tennis rating over the past two years is 6.25.
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