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Blugold Hall of Fame
Coralie Lockner (Beckman)

Coralie Lockner Beckman is one of four Blugold women’s tennis players who was named to the 12-member Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference All-Centennial women’s tennis team in 2012.

During her Blugold career, Beckman won three conference singles titles and contributed to two conference doubles crowns.  She helped the Blugolds to WIAC team championships all four years she was on the team and was a member of the first Blugold team to qualify for the NCAA playoffs in 2000.

Coming out of Minneapolis Southwest High School, Beckman won the conference No. 1 singles title as a freshman, bumping teammate and Blugold Hall of Famer Kady Hickman out of the No. 1 spot in 1996 after Hickman had won the two previous conference No. 1 crowns.

The bumping continued the next year when Beckman was bumped to the No. 2 spot by Molly Cope, who became the most decorated women’s tennis player in WIAC history.  Beckman then won the No. 2 singles crown as a sophomore and senior.  She teamed with Angie Johnson to claim the No. 1 doubles title as a freshman and with Cope for the No. 1 doubles title as a junior.  She played in every conference singles and doubles final during her career, finishing runner-up in the years she did not win.

Beckman compiled a 92-30 singles record including a 45-18 mark playing at No. 1 or in open competition.  Her combined doubles record with Johnson and Cope was 84-31.

Beckman received a bachelor’s degree in early childhood special education in 2001 and obtained her master’s in education from St. Mary’s University of Winona in 2006.  She spent eight years in early childhood special education in the Columbia Heights and St. Louis Park school districts.  She was a Developmental Specialist/Family Resource Coordinator for two years in Achieve Center Pediatric Therapy in Spokane, Washington and a Developmental Specialist with the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare Infant/Toddler Program until the arrival of her first child in 2012. 

Beckman is currently a stay-at-home mother with the arrival of a second daughter last November.  Her husband Matt recently moved the family back to the Twin Cities to take a position as Director of Key Accounts for Ciceron, a digital marketing agency.  He had been the Assistant Athletic Director at Boise State University in Idaho.

Beckman is still playing tennis in USTA Adult Leagues and has participated in the USTA Nationals.

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