LEXINGTON, Va. -- The Washington and Lee men's and women's tennis teams are both ranked among the nation's Top-15 in the ITA Division III rankings following the conclusion of the 2005 fall season. The women sit in the No. 2 position while the men stand in the No. 11 spot.

The women's team is also ranked second in the Atlantic South region while having four individuals among the Top-15 players in the region. Junior Emily Applegate (Charleston, S.C./Porter-Gaud) is the top-ranked player, sophomore Ginny Wortham (Richmond, Va./Collegiate) is No. 6, freshman Katie Tabb (Minneapolis, Minn./Edina) is No. 12 and junior Kristen McClung (Charleston, W.Va./Charleston Catholic) is No. 14. Applegate and McClung are the top-ranked doubles team, Wortham and sophomore Leah Weston (Colorado Springs, Colo./Air Academy) are No. 3 and Tabb and senior Lisa Mabry (Memphis, Tenn./St. Mary's Episcopal) are No. 4.

The men's team is also ranked second in the Atlantic South region and senior David Shay (Martinez, Ga./Augusta Prep) is the 10th ranked player in the region. Shay and sophomore Stuart Sanford (New Orleans, La./Jesuit) are ranked No. 4 in doubles.

ITA Division III Women's Tennis National Rankings
1. Emory University
2. Washington and Lee University
3. Amherst College
4. Gustavus Adolphus College
5. University of the Redlands
6. Trinity (Texas) University
7. DePauw University
8. Williams College
9. Middlebury College
10. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps College

ITA Division III Men's Tennis Nationals Rankings
1. UC Santa Cruz
2. Middlebury College
3. Emory University
4. Gustavus Adolphus
5. Williams College
6. Trinity (Texas) University
7. Kalamazoo College
8. Claremont-Mudd-Scripps College
9. University of the Redlands
10. Pacific Lutheran University
11. Washington and Lee University