East Hampton's Pamela Pillco Wins Titles, Helps Lead Suffolk County Community College At NJCAA Division III Women's Tennis Championships - 27 East

East Hampton’s Pamela Pillco Wins Titles, Helps Lead Suffolk County Community College At NJCAA Division III Women’s Tennis Championships

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Lauren Schiraldi, left, and Pamela Pillco were NJCAA Division III doubles champions.

Lauren Schiraldi, left, and Pamela Pillco were NJCAA Division III doubles champions.

Suffolk's women's tennis team included, from left, front row: Tiffany-Ann Dookharan, Lauren Schiraldi, Pamela Pillco. Back row, from left: Head coach Glenn Nathan, Ashley Dodenhoff, Kathleen Vereecke and Marielis Cuevas.

Suffolk's women's tennis team included, from left, front row: Tiffany-Ann Dookharan, Lauren Schiraldi, Pamela Pillco. Back row, from left: Head coach Glenn Nathan, Ashley Dodenhoff, Kathleen Vereecke and Marielis Cuevas.

Drew Budd on Nov 24, 2021
Pamela Pillco’s return to the tennis court was a successful one. After graduating from East Hampton High School in 2018, Pillco, who was a successful tennis player for the Bonackers,... more

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