Women’s Tennis Earns Team, Individual Academic Honors
Harvard had five
players earn All-Academic honors from the ITA (Gil Talbot).
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Harvard women’s tennis team had five players receive ITA All-Academic credentials, the organization announced. The 2011-12 women’s team also earned a team All-Academic nod from the ITA.
All four classes were represented in the individual awards as the Crimson upped its award recipient total from four last year. Rookie Sylvia Li earned academic recognition in her first year with the Crimson and sophomore Hannah Morrill also made the list. The junior tandem of Kristin Norton and Hideko Tachibana earned all-academic honors, and lone senior Samantha Gridley rounded out the list of honorees.
In order to earn ITA all-academic credentials, a player must have at least a 3.50 grade point average for the current academic year. The 2011-12 squad earned the team honor by combining for a team GPA of at least 3.20.
The Harvard women’s team will open its 2012-13 campaign at the Columbia Fall Invitational Sept. 14-16.
For the full list of ITA Women's
All-Academic honorees, click here.