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Carla Marshack, a native of Riverwoods, Ill., was the first-ever BGSU female tennis player to capture a MAC singles title, capturing the crown at the number-one singles flight in her senior year of 1992. The team's No. 1 singles player in all four of her years in the Brown and Orange, she also was the school's first female tennis player to earn the top seed for the MAC Championships, doing so in her sophomore year of 1990.

Marshack set the school records for singles wins in a season (23) and career (75) and total career wins (124). Though those marks have since been broken, she still ranks among BGSU's top-10 on each list. A two-time academic all-league and academic all-district selection, Marshack was named the Falcon Club Outstanding Junior Student-Athlete in 1991 and the BGSU Senior Scholar-Athlete of the Year in '92. In her senior year, she was BGSU's female nominee for the MAC's Bob James Award, given to the top student-athletes (one male and one female) in the conference.

She was inducted to the BGSU Athletic Hall of Fame in 2006.

(Information on this page courtesy bgsufalcons.com press release, July 21, 2006.)
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