ROCK, Ark.—UALR head women’s tennis coach Abby Wilson was named At-Risk Academic Advisor starting the 2010-11
academic season.Along with her tennis
coaching responsibilities, Wilson will serve as the primary advisor for those
students designated as at-risk.
Wilson will assist at-risk
student-athletes in selection and registering for appropriate classes, will
monitor the student-athletes academic progress, and other duties.
Wilson begins her fourth
season as head women’s tennis coach after serving as assist to the men’s and
women’s programs during the 2006-07 season.
her tenure with the UALR program, members of her squads have excelled on and
off the courts. The Trojans were awarded the Sun Belt Team Academic Award for
the 2008-09 and 2009-10 seasons. Her teams have earned Intercollegiate Tennis
Association All-Academic Team honors for three-straight seasons, an honor they
have received every year since 2003.
a native of Lincoln, Neb., won five individual conference titles and helped the
Mavericks to two team conference titles. She helped lead her team to NCAA
regional competition all four years of her career and helped UNO advance to the
NCAA Sweet Sixteen in 2005.
Wilson graduated in 2006 with a
bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice with a double minor in Psychology and
Sociology.She received her Master's of
Science degree in Sports Management from UALR in December of 2007.