Skip Turner
Skip Turner
Height: 6-1
Weight: 175
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Eau Claire, Wis.
High School: Eau Claire North

2014 Season (Senior): Named to All-Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference Singles Team for fourth straight season...Named to All-Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference Doubles Team with Russell Johnson...Combined for a 10-9 record in doubles play with Johnson...Posted a 14-10 singles record, playing mostly at the No. 2 position...Went 8-0 at No. 2 singles during NACC regular season play...Eight-match winning streak was highest of season...Won season-best five straight doubles matches from April 23 through May 3...Last of those doubles wins was a key 9-8, No. 2 doubles victory with Benjamin Nommensen over Edgewood College (May 3) in the NACC Tournament semfinals...Partnered with Johnson for an 8-0 win in the opening round of the NACC Tournament over Concordia University Chicago (Apr. 28)...Gained a No. 2 singles victory over CUC in NACC Tournament match, 6-1, 7-6 (7-4).

2013 Season (Junior): Named to All-Northern Athletics Conference Singles Team...Named to All-Northern Athletics Conference Doubles Team with partner Taylor Shaffer...Posted a 15-12 singles record, including going 7-1 in conference play...Went 14-14 in doubles as No. 1 doubles team with Shaffer...Won season-high eight straight matches from Apr. 6 through Apr. 26...Won 6-2, 6-1 in NAC Semifinals against Edgewood College (May 4) at No. 2 singles...He and Shaffer won 8-0 in No. 1 doubles match of NAC Championships versus MSOE (May 4).

2012 Season (Sophomore): Named to the Northern Athletic Conference Singles and Doubles team...Finished with an 18-7 overall record in singles play, mostly at No. 2 singles...Finished 15-11 overall in doubles play at No. 1 doubles and was the runner-up in the NAC Doubles Championship.

2011 Season (Freshman): Named to the Northern Athletics Conference Singles and Doubles team...Finished with a 19-12 overall record in doubles play and was runner-up in the NAC Doubles Championship...Recorded a 21-10 recording, including 8-0 in conference play, at the No. 3 and 4 singles. Was named to the NAC all-conference team for singles in 2011-2012.

High School: Was an All-Big Rivers Conference performer at No. 1 doubles for four seasons and qualified for the WIAA State Tournament each season.