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    Stephanie Wooten
    Stephanie Wooten

    Last College:
    Purdue '09

    Position:
    Head Coach

    Experience:
    1st Year

    05/10/2013

    Wooten Steps Down as SFA Tennis Coach

    Stephanie Wooten resigns post after one season

    03/02/2013

    Ladyjacks Drop Texas-Arlington

    SFA women rally for victory over former conference foe

    02/17/2013

    SFA Tennis Thumps Louisiana Tech

    Ladyjacks capture win with dominant performance

    01/21/2013

    SFA Tennis Records Strong Showing at Baylor

    Ladyjacks set to return to action Friday against Utah

    01/15/2013

    Ladyjacks Drop Season-Opener

    Match was moved to indoor venue due to the weather

    Stephanie Wooten was recently named the head women's tennis coach at Stephen F. Austin after a year as an assistant during SFA's historic run to its first Southland Conference title.

    In just her first season at SFA, Wooten helped SFA reach new heights. The 'Jacks set a program-best 23-4 record on their way to the program's first-ever Southland Conference regular-season and tournament titles, as well as earning the program's first berth in the NCAA Championships. Following the season, a program-best six players received All-SLC honors, including four first-team selections.

    Wooten comes to SFA from Lee College, where she served as the head coach and led the Rebels to a runner-up finish in 2011 NJCAA Championships, finishing only four points shy of the national title. Wooten and the Rebels led the nation in All-Americans placing three of its players on the NJCAA Division I All-America squad.

    Prior to her coaching experience, Wooten, a native of Crandall,Texas, was a four-time Texas Class 3A state champion and was named the Dallas Morning News High School Player of the Year in both 2002 and 2004. Wooten was a four-year letterman at Purdue, where she played No. 1 singles and doubles and posted 116 combined wins during her career. During her senior season in 2009 she recorded 41 wins, and placed sixth on Purdue's all-time single-season doubles' wins list.

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