MUNCIE, Ind. - Senior Sarah Hebble of the Ball State women's tennis team has earned Academic All-Mid-American Conference honors. The announcement was made by the league office today.
This is the first time in Hebble's career she has garnered such honors. The senior closed out her tenure at Ball State with the second best singles mark with a 20-12 overall record. Hebble also helped the Cardinals advance to the next stage of the MAC Tournament after a come from behind No. 2 doubles victory over Toledo winning the match 9-7 and then went on to win at No. 4 singles in three sets.
Nominees must have a minimum 3.20 cumulative grade point average to be eligible for the team.
2012 Women's Tennis Academic All-MAC Team
& Prang Pantusart, Akron, Junior, Finance, 3.54 GPA, Amphur Muang, Nonthaburi, Thailand
Nikki Chiricosta, Bowling Green, Sophomore, Journalism, 3.93 GPA, Avon Lake, Ohio
& Maddy Eccleston, Bowling Green, Junior, Health Science, 3.94 GPA, Toledo, Ohio
Emily Reuland, Bowling Green, Sophomore, Exercise Science, 3.93 GPA, Oswego, Ill.
& Stephanie Danesis, Miami, Senior, Exercise Science, 3.46 GPA, Akron, Ohio
Riekie Honiball, Miami, Senior, Mathematics, 3.68 GPA, Windhoek, Namibia
& Rachel Denny, Western Michigan, Senior, Biomedical Sciences, 3.92 GPA, Oakland Township, Mich.
Nini Sujashvili, Western Michigan, Sophomore, Psychology, 3.93 GPA, Tbilisi, Georgia
&2011 Academic All-MAC Team
Sarah Hebble, Ball State
Jessica Easdale, Bowling Green
Katie Grubb, Bowling Green
Mary Hill, Bowling Green
Jade Johnson, Bowling Green
Marta Stoyanova, Buffalo
Nino Mebuke, Eastern Michigan
Marcela Rivero, Eastern Michigan
Mariya Toncheva, Eastern Michigan
Miriam Westerink, Eastern Michigan
Haley Dekkinga, Northern Illinois
Kelsey Anonsen, Toledo
Amanda Border, Toledo
Christine Coffman, Toledo
Maria Nivia, Western Michigan
Jill Pastunink, Western Michigan
Maggie Remynse, Western Michigan