W. Tennis Earns ITA Academic Recognitions
CORAL GABLES, Fla. – The University of Miami women’s tennis team garnered multiple academic distinctions from the ITA, as announced Monday morning.
For the ninth time in the last 10 years, including the eighth in a row, the Hurricanes received ITA Academic Team plaudits. The honor goes to all teams with a combined cumulative GPA of at least 3.2 for the academic year. Miami posted a splendid 3.618 mark in 2021-22.
In addition, five Hurricanes picked up ITA Scholar-Athlete designation: Daevenia Achong, Audrey Boch-Collins, Diana Khodan, Isabella Pfennig and Eden Richardson. The recognition goes to student-athletes with at least a 3.5 GPA for the academic year.
A finance major who graduated from Miami in May, Achong tallied a 3.625 GPA this year. The fourth-year junior from Geleen, Netherlands, is a three-time member of the ACC Honor Roll, making the cut in each year she was eligible.
Boch-Collins, a sophomore in her first season at Miami, posted a 3.744 GPA in 2021-22. The Las Vegas native is a criminology major.
A third-year sophomore, Khodan registered a 3.633 GPA this season and earned her first ACC Honor Roll accolade. The Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine, native is majoring in art.
Pfennig, who hails from Gauting, Germany, recorded a near-perfect 3.97 GPA in 2021-22. The sophomore is an economics major.
Richardson spent one year at Miami and earned a master’s degree in sport administration May, finishing with a dazzling 3.875 GPA. The fifth-year senior from Bath, England, also has an undergraduate degree from LSU.
Each of the five Hurricanes also made the All-ACC Academic Team, as did third-year sophomore Maya Tahan.