Mercury All-Area Girls Tennis Teams


Owen J. Roberts' Meredith Lee hits a forehand during the PAC-10 singles tournament final against Methacton's Mihaela Codreanu Monday. (Barry Tagleiber - For The Mercury)
Owen J. Roberts’ Meredith Lee

Meredith Lee, Owen J. Roberts

Junior won the Pioneer Athletic Conference singles championship and made the deepest run in the PIAA Class AAA Championships of any Mercury-area player for the second straight year by reaching the quarterfinals (semifinals in 2014). Lee also reached the District 1-AAA final and finished the season 23-3, earning her Mercury All-Area Player of the Year honors.

Mihaela Codreanu, Methacton

Senior capped her accomplished scholastic career with a second straight District 1-AAA singles championship. Codreanu, a three-time All-Area Player of the Year, reached the PAC-10 singles final and qualified for the PIAA Championships for a fourth straight season. Codreanu, who will continue her tennis career at Division I Rhode Island, was 25-4 and helped Methacton to the PAC-10 team title and the semifinals of the District 1-AAA team tournament.

Julia Gumieniak, Phoenixville

Methacton's Mihaela Codreanu watches her shot. (Barry Taglieber - For The Mercury)
Methacton’s Mihaela Codreanu

Freshman impressed in her rookie season by finishing fourth in the PAC-10 singles tournament, reaching the second round of the District 1-AAA singles tournament and finishing 7-2 in Pioneer Athletic Conference play at No. 1 singles for the Phantoms.

Dina Nouaime, Methacton

Freshman went undefeated at No. 2 singles (9-0) for the PAC team champions and placed fifth in the Pioneer Athletic Conference singles tournament, finishing the season 17-6 while helping the Warriors to the semifinals of the District 1-AAA team tournament.


Camryn Gelting and Delaney Kent, Owen J. Roberts

Gelting, a junior, and Kent, a freshman, teamed up in the middle of the season at No. 1 doubles (5-1 PAC) and put together a surprise run to reach the final of the Pioneer Athletic Conference doubles tournament and qualified for the District 1-AAA doubles tournament.

Barry Taglieber - For The Phoenix Freshman first singles player Julia Gumieniak scored one of Phoenixville's team points during a 5-2 PAC-10 loss to Spring-Ford in Royersford on Sept. 11.
Phoenixville’s Julia Gumieniak

Paige MacDougall and Amanda Amornwichet, Methacton

MacDougall, a senior, and Amornwichet, a junior, went undefeated in the PAC-10 (9-0) at No. 1 doubles while helping the Warriors to the PAC-10 team championship and the semifinals of the District 1-AAA team tournament.



Jasmine Morris, Perkiomen Valley

Tori Alexander, Spring-Ford

Elaina Lee, Owen J. Roberts

Methacton's Dina Nouaime hits a backhand against Owen J. Roberts' Elaina Lee Monday. (Austin Hertzog - The Mercury)
Methacton’s Dina Nouaime

Vidisha Pandey and Sara Maute, Owen J. Roberts

Caitlyn Hart/Bianca Caresosa, Spring-Ford

Alejandra Castaneda/Rachael Dorn, Methacton

Liza George/Maria George, Methacton


Owen J. Roberts: Jacey Caplan

Methacton: Sydney Thompson, Katie Benson

Perkiomen Valley: Allison Newman

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Owen J. Roberts’ Delany Kent (near) and Camryn Gelting

Phoenixville: Ashlyn Duda, Meghan O’Neill

Pope John Paul II: Kathryn Alvarez, Hailey Miller, Dominique Marrecau

Spring-Ford: Samantha Pollock, Elise DiGuiseppe, Camryn Jones, Madelyn Morris


Jerry Styer, Owen J. Roberts

Styer, in his 45th year coaching the Wildcats, saw his team rise up to push perennial Pioneer Athletic Conference powerhouse Methacton for the conference team title, settling for a runner-up 8-1 league finish while supporting junior Meredith Lee’s postseason that included the PAC-10 singles championship, a District 1-AAA finals appearance and place in the PIAA Class AAA quarterfinals.

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