June 25, 2018 - by
Women’s Tennis Places a Conference High Tying Four on the All-ACC Academic Team

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Florida State’s Andrea Garcia, Petra Hule, Ariana Rahmanparast and Carla Touly have been named to the All-ACC Academic Women’s Tennis team. All four student-athletes have been named to the team for the first time. The four members on the All-ACC Academic Team are tied for the most of any team in the conference.

To be eligible for consideration for the All-ACC Academic team, a student-athlete, regardless of class, must have earned a 3.00 grade point average for the previous semester and maintained a 3.00 cumulative average during her academic career.

Florida State led the league with four honorees, while Louisville also had four honorees. Duke, Miami, Notre Dame and Virginia Tech each had three honorees. North Carolina Syracuse and Wake Forest both had two selections and Boston College, Clemson, Virginia, Pitt, Georgia Tech and NC State had one.

“I’m so proud of our girls and how our entire squad continues to hold such a high standard of academic and athletic excellence,” said head coach Jennifer Hyde. “Their commitment to all aspects of being student-athletes is as solid as it gets, and their selection for the All-ACC Academic Team is a credit to their continuous work and commitment. I’m very proud of all their efforts.”

The Seminoles earned a team GPA of 3.501 for the spring semester.

 

Women’s Tennis Places a Conference High Tying Four on the All-ACC Academic Team

Andrea Garcia was selected to the All-ACC Academic Team for the first time. She was 19-5 in the spring with a 10-3 record against ACC opponents. She was named ACC Player of the Week after clinching the first win against Florida. Garcia is pursuing a degree in Dietetics.

Petra Hule was named to the All-ACC Academic Team for the first time. She also earned All-ACC second team honors after an 18-8 record in the spring with most of her matches on court two. She was 11-3 in the ACC and earned ACC Freshman of the Week after Florida State’s first win over Florida this season.

Carla Touly was named to the All-ACC Academic Team for the first time. She also earned All-ACC first team honors after an 18-10 record in the spring with most of her matches on court one. Touly qualified for the ACC Singles Championship in which she made it to the round of 32. Touly is pursuing a degree in Communication Media Studies.

Ariana Rahmanparast was named to the All-ACC Academic Team for the first time. She went 15-8 in the spring with an 8-4 record in ACC play. Rahmanparast is pursuing a degree in Sport Management.

Duke senior Sam Harris was named the ACC Women’s Tennis Scholar-Athlete of the Year.

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2018 All-ACC Academic Women’s Tennis Team
Asiya Dair***, Sr., Boston College (Economics)
Marie-Alexandre Leduc, Jr., Clemson (Criminal Justice)
Meible Chi**, So., Duke (Evolutionary Anthropology)
Sam Harris****, Sr., Duke (Political Science)
Kaitlyn McCarthy***, Jr., Duke (Psychology)
Andrea Garcia-Fernandez, So., Florida State (Dietetics)
Petra Hule, Fr., Florida State (Exploratory)
Ariana Rahmanparast, Jr., Florida State (Sport Management)
Carla Touly, So., Florida State (Communication Media Studies)
Ida Jarlskog, Fr., Georgia Tech (Chemistry)
Mariana Mayer Humberg**, Sr., Louisville (Economics)
Raven Neely, So., Louisville (Criminal Justice)
Abigail Pahz, Sr., Louisville (Exercise Science)
Sena Suswam, Jr., Louisville (Marketing)
Ana Madcur, Jr., Miami (Finance)
Sinead Lohan***, Sr., Miami (Economics)
Estela Perez-Somarriba**, So., Miami (Economics)
Chloe Ouellet-Pizer**, Jr., North Carolina (Psychology)
Makenna Jones**, So., North Carolina (Exercise and Sport Science)
Anna Rogers, So., NC State (Business)
Cameron Corse, Fr., Notre Dame (Undeclared)
Allison Miller, Sr., Notre Dame (Neuroscience & Behavior)
Zoe Spence, So., Notre Dame (Political Science)
Callie Frey, Sr., Pitt (Marketing)
Gabriela Knutson**, Jr., Syracuse (Broadcast Journalism)
Miranda Ramirez**, So., Syracuse (Management)
Meghan Kelley, Jr., Virginia (Foreign Affairs)
Katherine Butler, Sr., Virginia Tech (Literature and Language)
Caroline Daxhelet, Sr., Virginia Tech (Human Nutrition Food and Exercise)
Natalie Novotna**, So., Virginia Tech (Biochemistry)
Emma Davis, Jr., Wake Forest (Business & Enterprise Management)
Eliza Omirou, Fr., Wake Forest (Undeclared)

*- denotes number of All-ACC Academic honors

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