Elne Barnard


Port Elizabeth, South Africa


Elne Barnard



Barnard and Erofeyeva Named to All-Louisiana Teams

Most selections for the program in over a decade


33 Louisiana Tech Student-Athletes Earn Degrees

University's student-athletes continue to shine in the classroom


Tennis Faces No. 48 Fresno State in WAC Tournament Quarterfinals

Tech looking for first win ever in the WAC Tournament


Tennis Falls in Regular Season Finale to Idaho

WAC Tournament begins April 26 in Las Cruces, N.M.


LA Tech Tennis vs. #43 Stephen F. Austin

Louisiana Tech tennis against #43 Stephen F. Austin on April 2, 2012 at the Lady Techster Tennis Complex.


Lady Techsters vs. McNeese State

Louisiana Tech women's tennis team against McNeese State (1.29.2012)

2011-12: Named to LSWA second team... Finished 16-5 overall in singles matches with all contests taking place during the spring... 14-5 mark at No. 3 and 1-0 at No. 2 and 4, respectively... Went 1-2 in Western Athletic Conference matches... Went 11-10 in doubles contests... 10-9 mark at No. 1 and 1-1 at No. 2 doubles.

2010-11: Named LSWA Newcommer of the Year... Named WAC Player of the Week for Feb. 7-13... Finished 14-14 overall in the number slot with a 10-9 record in dual match play... Collected a 21-10 overall doubles record with a 12-7 record in dual match play and 9-3 in tounament play... Totaled 2-3 record in WAC matches... Partnered with teammate Anna Zurek in the number one position throughout the year to compile an 18-9 record including 11-7 in dual matches and 7-2 in tournament play... Won doubles title with Zurek at the UWF Fall Fling... Finished third at the SFA Invitational.

High School: Won the doubles title at the prestigious Amanda Coetzer Schools Tournament... Represented the following provinces in South Africa: Eastern Province, Gauteng North and Boland... Played at the Spier Tennis Academy under head coach Pietie Norval

Personal: Daughter of Pieter and Ansa Barnard... Has two sisters, Judith and Anine and one brother Pieter-Uys... Was born Jan. 1, 1989 in Bloemfontein, South Africa.