A trio of Grace College tennis players added awards for their work in the classroom.
The NCCAA recognizes juniors and seniors with a GPA of at least 3.40.
All three players experienced tremendous success on the court as well. Including the spring season, Emily Mast finished her three-year career as one of the most accomplished players in program history. She finished in the top 10 all-time in total winning percentage (second, .771) and total wins (fifth, 74), all while being named All-Crossroads League three times.
Copeland was equally impressive. She wrapped up her four-year career ranked first all-time in total wins (87) and doubles wins (50). She ranks fifth all-time for overall winning percentage (.685).
Popovic was named to his second straight All-League Team after the fall season. He posted a 14-8 doubles record and 13-8 singles mark, including the shortened spring season. – from gclancers.com