TEMPE, Ariz. (July 31, 2020) – The Intercollegiate Tennis Affiliation (ITA) passed out its instructional previous this week and the Stevens Institute of Era girls’s tennis crew was once neatly represented.
The Geese have been once more recipients of the All-Instructional difference and 8 student-athletes: seniors Nicole Badalyan and Joilin Gomez, sophomores Alexis Fuda and Agatha Malinowski, juniors Gabriella Tantillo and Chelsea Braithwaite, in conjunction with first-years Audrey Heaberlin and Juliette Marchisio, have been recipients of the group’s Student-Athlete honor. In 2020, a complete of one,058 Department III feminine student-athletes have been named an ITA Student-Athlete and 175 girls’s tennis methods have been awarded the All-Instructional Group difference. The award was once the second one for Fuda and Tantillo, whilst Badalyan, Braithwaire, Gomez, Malinowski, Heaberlin and Marchisio every accumulated their first profession instructional honor.
“I’m very pleased with our crew for being named an ITA All-Instructional Group once more this yr,” expressed meantime head trainer Arik Zeevy. “The point of interest and determination those student-athletes confirmed in the study room is a smart illustration of what being a Stevens Duck is all about.”
A student-athlete qualifies as a Student-Athlete through being a varsity letter-winner, having a grade-point reasonable of no less than a three.5 (on a 4.zero scale) for the present instructional yr and feature been enrolled at their provide faculty for no less than two semesters (together with freshman thru senior yr). To ensure that the crew to qualify as an All-Instructional Group, this system will have to have a crew GPA of three.2 or above (on a 4.00 scale), all student-athletes incorporated will have to be indexed at the institutional eligibility shape and all varsity letter-winners will have to be factored into the cumulative crew GPA for the present instructional yr.
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