Mid-American Conference All -Academic Women's Tennis Team Announced

Updated 6/1/1999

Seven Mid-American Conference women's tennis student-athletes earned first-team Academic All-MAC selection in voting conducted by Mid-American Conference Faculty Athletic Representatives. Overall, fifteen student-athletes earned either first-team or honorable mention on the All-Academic squad.

Hillary Schaffer of Western Michigan and Alysssa Bengel of Marshall were the top vote-getters and are joined on the first team by Simone Duhme from Eastern Michigan, Kelly Peller of Marshall, Miami's Natalia Soetrisno, and Anna Widen and Katy Hoffman of Northern Illinois.

The student-athletes receiving honorable mention academic all conference honors are: Becky Schrager, Akron; Gena Tranquada, Ball State; Abby Bratton, Meghan Rhodes, and Beth Wilson, Bowling Green; April Kiser, Buffalo; Carrie Townsend, Northern Illinois; and Natasa Gligoric, Toledo.

Academic All-Mid-American Conference honorees are student-athletes who have excelled in academics and athletics. To qualify a student-athlete must have at least a 3.0 grade point average during his or her college career and be a starter or top reserve during the just-completed season.