Tennis player named to Academic All-MAC Team

June 3, 2011 | News, UToday
By Brian DeBenedictis



Senior tennis player Ashley Frey has been named to the 2011 Academic All-Mid-American Conference Team, the league office announced Wednesday.

Frey, a civil engineering major with a 3.58 GPA, finished the season with a 19-13 mark in singles play, including a 5-3 record against MAC opponents. The 2011 second-team all-conference recipient teamed with a number of doubles partners, including Alexandra Cristello (4-3), Polina Guimaraes (7-5) and Kelsey Anonsen (4-5), for a record of 15-13 throughout the year. She also was named MAC Player of the Week earlier this season.

During her career at Toledo, Frey amassed an overall record of 162-88. The win total surpassed former Rocket Maha Guirguis (160) for the most in program history.

The eight-member Academic All-MAC Team is the result of voting by the faculty athletic representatives from among a list of candidates with a minimum of sophomore status and a minimum 3.20 GPA and who have participated in at least 50 percent of the contests for that particular sport. First-year students and junior college transfers in their first year of residence are not eligible for the award.

Joining Frey on the squad were Akron’s Angelika Jogasuria and Prang Pantusart, Bowling Green’s Christine Chiricosta and Maddy Eccleston, Miami’s Stephanie Danesis, and Western Michigan’s Rachel Denny and Amanda Moccia.

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