XULA women's team at the 5th place in the NAIA coaches poll!
by LORENZO CIOTTI | VIEW 1519
As reported by the XULA website, Xavier University of Louisiana women's tennis team is at the 5th place in the NAIA women's tennis coaches poll. About the Gold Nuggets stats:
In the top 25 for the 87th consecutive time.
In the top 20 for the 87th consecutive time.
In the top 15 for the 46th consecutive time.
In the top five for the third consecutive time.
Next for XULA will be three matches in the Grizzly Invitational at Lawrenceville, Ga.: 1 p.m. Friday against Cumberland, 1 p.m. Saturday against No. 2 Georgia Gwinnett and 10 a.m. Sunday against No. 11 Lindsey Wilson. Keiser ended Georgia Gwinnett's streak of 30 consecutive appearances at No.
1. Keiser defeated Georgia Gwinnett 4-3 Feb. 5 in the title round of the ITA NAIA National Indoor Championships at Overland Park, Kan.
Xavier University of Louisiana is a private, historically black, Catholic university in New Orleans, Louisiana.
It is the only Catholic HBCU and, following the canonization of Katharine Drexel in 2000, became the first Catholic university founded by a saint. Senator Barack Obama gave the keynote address in August 2006. The Archbishop of New Orleans, Alfred C.
Hughes, declined to attend, arguing that Obama was not against abortion and that he had not been consulted before the 'event. Obama returned after becoming president, visiting New Orleans in August 2010 to commemorate the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.
He gave Xavier a speech complimenting the community leaders' work and affirming their commitment to continue to help rebuild the area. Xavier's athletic teams are called the Gold Rush and the Gold Nuggets. The university is a member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, primarily participating in the Red River Athletic Conference as of the 2021-22 academic year XULA competes in 12 intercollegiate varsity sports: men's sports include baseball, basketball, cross country, tennis, and track and field; women's sports include basketball, cross country, softball, tennis, track and field, and volleyball; and coed sports include competitive cheering. Previous sports included football. Photo credit: pic by XULA webiste