The Montana State women’s tennis team continued its dominance

The Montana State ladies’ tennis crew proceeded with its predominance in the study hall as all players on its 2020-21 program accumulated Intercollegiate Tennis Association All-Academic group acknowledgment.

The Montana State ladies’ tennis crew proceeded with its strength in the homeroom as all players on its 2020-21 list earned Intercollegiate Tennis Association All-Academic group acknowledgment.

To procure all-scholastic group respects, the crew grade-point normal should be a 3.20 or above with all varsity letterwinners calculating into the aggregate GPA for the scholarly year.

Collectively, the Bobcats posted an aggregate 3.87 grade-point normal, the best grade inside the Montana State Athletics Department. Named to the ITA group were Evi Buijsen, JJ Chen, Felicia Jayasaputra, Jazmin Lerman, Laura Mary, Mirte Van Baelen, and Enni Zander.

“Over my years at MSU I have been unquestionably glad for our groups’ obligation to scholastics,” said MSU lead trainer Jon Reeves. “Because of the strength of Montana State’s scholarly offices, we have had the option to enroll solid scholastically disapproved of understudy competitors.”

This season, Reeves returns four letterwinners drove by sophomore Mirte Van Baelen of Mol, Belgium. MSU likewise invites four novices to the crew.

“We are eager to enroll at a higher athletic level than years prior, and we are doing it while keeping a huge scholastic level,” Reeves expressed. “Our group completely comprehends their chance to procure huge training. I’m sure they will treat this chance with extraordinary regard and exploit arriving at future life objectives.”

MSU ladies’ tennis likewise saw seven competitors named Big Sky Conference All-Academic the previous spring.