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    Winner of Team Trophy in Ojai Tournament

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    Doubles Runner-up in Ojai Tournament - Stephanie Ramos and Jacquelyn Ward

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    2014 Women's Team takes 2nd in State Championship

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    Drinking from the victory cup!

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    2013: Sierra takes second in the state!

The Sierra College women’s tennis team is consistently one of California’s top programs. Head Coach Steve Dunmore’s Wolverines won the 2007 state championship, finished second in the state in 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014. They have been seven time NorCal Champions in the last ten years and have won 14 straight Big 8 Conference Championships!

If you can play competitive tennis and want to play with the best in the state, contact Coach Dunmore for next year's team.

2014

  • Finished 2nd in state
  • Ranked #2 in the state
  • Won Ojai Tournament team competition - Team Champions
  • #1 Doubles team reached individual double Ojai finals, losing in a 3rd set tiebreaker

2013 Season - Second in the state!

2012 Season - We finish second in the state!

Big 8 Conference Champions - Undefeated in Conference play!!!


2011 Season - We finish second in the state!

Big 8 Conference Champions - Undefeated in Conference play!!!

The Sierra College women's tennis team's dream of a perfect season came up a match short as the Wolverines lost to Santa Monica College 5-1 in today's California Community Colleges Athletic Association (CCCAA) State Championship at the Sierra Sport & Racquet Club in Fresno. Sophomore Allie Madson (Del Oro High School) took the number six singles match for the lone Sierra win.

Head Coach Steve Dunmore's Wolverines went up against a Corsairs team loaded with top-flight international players that, according to Dunmore, "had too much fire-power."

"Every one of our girls is from Placer County and I'm so proud of what they accomplished this year," Dunmore said by phone from Fresno.

Sierra finished the year 15-1 overall and was paced by Big 8 All-Conference members Courtnei Chance (Del Campo HS), Kelsey Chrisco (Granite Bay), Ariana Paradis (Folsom) and Madison White (Del Oro). The Wolverines won the CCCAA state title in 2007, were second in California in 2009 and were conference champions in 2008, 2010 and 2011.

2011 All Conference Players:

  • Kelsey Chrisco
  • Madison White
  • Arianna Paradis
  • Courtney Chance

2010 Season

Steve Dunmore
California Community College Tennis Coaches Association
Coach of the Year!

Ranked #1 in Northern California!
Big 8 Conference Champions, doubles and singles!


2009 Season

  • Second in the state!

2008 Women's Tennis

  • Overall record: 10-2
  • Conference record: 7-1
  • Big 8 Conference Champions!
  • Top 8 in the State!

2007 Women's Tennis:

  • 2007 State Champions
  • 2007 Northern California Champions
  • 2007 Big 7 Conference Champions
  • Steve Dunmore 2007 California State Coach of the Year
  • Overall Record: 22 - 2
  • Conference Record: 10 - 0

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    Rocklin, CA 95677

Steve Dunmore Part-time Instructor, Head Women's Tennis Coach, Men's Tennis Coach, PE

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    Rocklin, CA 95677

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