Dragana Colic Moran enters her fifth season with the LSU Shreveport women's tennis team and her third year as Head Coach. She is a native of Bosnia and Herzegovinia and a graduate of Economic High School.
She continued her playing career in Natchitoches, Louisiana, for the Lady Demons women's tennis team at Northwestern State University. Over her four seasons as a Lady Demon, she compiled an overall record of 21-15 in singles matches while putting up an impressive 28-7 record in doubles matches. In 2010 she was a key part to the Lady Demons in winning the Southland Conference Championship.
Colic is a graduate from Northwestern State University in May of 2011 with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration with a minor in Computer Information System and she complete her MBA in May of 2013.
Adna, a native of Bosnia–Herzegovina, is a graduate student working on her third season with the LSU Shreveport tennis team while pursuing a graduate degree in Molecular Biology and Genetics. Her academic activities include cancer research and assisting science laboratory classes.
During her years as a junior tennis player, Adna reached the number one position in her native Bosnia-Herzegovina and was selected to represent the country at the European Championship as a member of the Bosnian National Team. During her college career at Northwestern State University in Louisiana, Adna played the top positions in singles and doubles throughout the four years. Her doubles record of 57-26 while predominantly playing the number one position ranks fifth in the university’s history. In 2010, Adna became team captain and led the Lady Demons to the Southland Conference Championship and Regular Season Championship along with a national ranking among Division I tennis teams and a bid to the NCAA tournament. At Northwestern State University, Adna received many individual awards including Student Athlete of the Year (2010), Sportsmanship Award (2011), several SLC First Team Doubles and Singles recognitions as well as a First Team All-Conference Academic award and several SLC Student Athlete of the Week and Student Athlete of the Month awards. During this time, Adna served as vice president of the International Student Association and was a member of Tri Beta and Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society. She received her bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Sciences.
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