TEMPE, N.J. – The Connecticut College women's tennis program was among 735 programs in the country across all divisions to be named an Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) All-Academic Team.
To earn the distinction, a team needed to register a cumulative grade point average of a 3.20 or above. The Camel women recorded a 3.57 team GPA, which was among the nation's best marks.
In addition, 10 of the 14 members of the program were recognized as ITA Scholar-Athletes for having a grade point average of at least a 3.50 during the 2017-18 academic year. The individuals who achieved the mark included Brinley Bartlett (Malvern, Pa.), Isabella Di Scipio (Woodsburgh, N.Y.), Aleksandra Drljaca (East Greenwich, R.I.), Emoly Migliorini (North Haven, Conn.), Catherine Rockett (Needham, Mass.), Stephanie Simon (Wellesley, Mass.), Alexandra Waldman (East Hampton, N.Y.), Angelica Warren (McLeansville, N.C.), Mariah Warren (McLeansville, N.C.) and Hayley Zukerberg (Newton, Mass.).
Connecticut College ended its 2018 campaign on a high note by winning three of its last four matches, which included a triumph over nationally-ranked Trinity. The program graduated three seniors and is slated to return more than 10 letterwinners next season.