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Tyler, TX—The ASA College women’s tennis team won the school’s first ever NJCAA National Championship in any sport this afternoon in trilling fashion. Tied with perennial power and reigning champ, Tyler JC, the doubles duo of sophomores Diana Perez and Dayana Agasieva would break the tie by defeating Tyler in #2 doubles for the flight and team crown!

The winning match came on the heels of a split between #1 doubles and #3. Freshmen Danielle Winter and Kyla Klier would defeat Tyler’s Kerry Wiegand and Ashleigh De Wet (6-2, 6-3) in #3 doubles for the national title just as ASA’s Natallia Vavulina and Daniela Vanko were defeated by Tyler’s Savva and Pietersz (2-6, 2-6). Everyone in the stadium would then run over to watch ASA’s historical finish in #2 doubles. ASA would wind up winning six of seven matches head-to-head with Tyler for the 47-46 National Championship victory.

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An Unprecedented Honor, President Valencia Joins FAPSC Board

An Unprecedented Honor, President Valencia Joins FAPSC Board Dear ASA College Community: Please join us in congratulating our President, Jose Valencia, who has just been elected as the newest member of the 22-member Board of Directors of the Florida Association of Postsecondary Schools and Colleges (FAPSC).  Established in 1956, FAPSC has been working on behalf of  hundreds of degree- and non-degree-granting career schools in Florida. It is the first time in the 36-year history of ASA College that its President or anyone from...


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Happy Purim

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