Seven student-athletes on the George Mason women’s tennis team have been named ITA All-Academic Scholar-Athletes, while the Patriots as a whole have been awarded an All-Academic Team designation.

 Graduate student Hannah Yang has been recognized with the individual academic achievement award for the fifth consecutive year.  Jackie Nannery earned the individual award for the third time. Jenin Alasadi, Savanna Crowell, and Paige La earned the award for a second straight time. First-time honorees include graduate student Grace Hashiguchi and freshman Lauren Splett.

“I am very proud of our academic accomplishments,” said Head Coach Steve Curtis. “Our goal is always to perform well in the classroom as much as on the tennis court.”

This is also the fifth straight season in which the Patriots combined to win the team award. To qualify, a program must post at least a 3.2 GPA collectively to earn the honor. 

 To qualify for the individual award, a student-athlete must carry a GPA of at least 3.5 and have been enrolled at their present school for at least two semesters.

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