ANN ARBOR – Ann Arbor Pioneer’s run to the Division 1 girls tennis state title was highlighted in 2021 by four of their singles players.
All four players return in 2022 to lead the impressive group of Ann Arbor-area girls tennis players to watch this spring.
Check out the list of players below.
Anne-Marie Begola, Chelsea
Begola will be looking to make another run at the singles state title she won the D3 No. A 26-2 record with 4 singles championship last season and a finished year.
Georgie Branch, Ann Arbor Greenhills
Branch finished 15-10 last year with a state semifinals appearance in D4 No. 2 singles bracket last year. She has hit the ground running this spring as she is 4-0 to start her senior season.
Ashley Capelli, Ann Arbor Pioneer
Capelli earned first-team all-state honors as a doubles player after finishing with a 28-2 record and a state semifinals appearance.
Adrienne Delong, Chelsea
A sophomore as a doubles player last year when she was named All-State after Delong returns.
Amanda Dosey, Chelsea
Dosey finished 21-5 last year to earn first-team all-state honors and helped the Bulldogs place third in the state finals.
Vivian Heegan, AA Father Gabriel Richard
Heegan advanced to the state semifinals last year in the D4 No. 2 singles bracket and finished the year with a 14-5 record.
Mia Goldstein, Ann Arbor Pioneer
Goldstein is the lone senior of the Pioneer’s four singles players who won state titles last year. As a junior, Goldstein claimed the number. 3 singles championship.
Bridgette Kelly, Ann Arbor Pioneer
During a freshman like Kelly did not play. 4 singles state tournament last year. The standout player helped the Pioneers win the state championship as she took first place to help the team sweep the singles tournaments.
Mia Loveland, Chelsea
Loveland joined her teammate Delong as a first-team all-state recipient with a state semifinals finish.
Reese Miller, Ann Arbor Pioneer
Miller is arguably the best tennis player in the state regardless of division. As a sophomore last year, Miller cruised to Division 1 No. 1 singles individual state championship and is expected to compete for the state title again this season.
Juliana Pullen, Ann Arbor Pioneer
Pullen claimed first-team all-state praise with her teammate Capelli as doubles players after a state semifinal run last year.
Elsie Van Wieren, Ann Arbor Pioneer
Van Wieren was crowned state champion. A sophomore as the court on the back of the finals and back in a dominating performance after 2 singles brackets.
Lindsey Wiczorek, Dexter
Wiczorek claimed honorable mention all-state honors in the D2 last season with a record of 17-7 on the year she finished.
Sari Woo, Ann Arbor Skyline
Woo is another promising young tennis player from the area and showcased her potential at last year’s state finals. Woo entered the No. 1 singles bracket as a sixth seed and finished as state runner-up to claim all-state honors.