For the 15th time in program history, the Baylor women’s tennis program earned ITA All-Academic Team honors with three Bears earning ITA Scholar-Athlete nods Tuesday.
Baylor’s Livia Kraus, Katelyn Parker and Dominika Sujova all met the requirements of at least a 3.50 GPA for the academic year to garner recognition. All three student-athletes were first-time award winners while the team picked up its third-straight honor.
“I continue to be proud of our student-athletes and their accomplishments on and off the court,” said Baylor director of women’s tennis Joey Scrivano. “It’s a true testament to the amount of effort they put in to becoming well-rounded women.”
For a team to achieve All-Academic status, the ITA requires a team-cumulative GPA of 3.20 or higher for the academic year. In addition to collecting ITA All-Academic Team honors from 2016-18, the Bears also achieved the feat from 1996-2000, 2007, and 2009-14.