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West Coast Conference Announces 2013-14 Women's Tennis All-Academic Team

May 1, 2014

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SAN BRUNO, Calif. - The West Coast Conference is pleased to announce the 2013-14 West Coast Conference Women's Tennis All-Academic Team. The list is headlined by three student-athletes making their third straight appearance: two-time WCC Player of the Year Jenny Jullien of Saint Mary's, Anna Depenau of San Diego and 2012 WCC Player of the Year Katie Le of Santa Clara. 

In addition to the three-time honorees, two appear on the list for the second straight year: Gonzaga's Kylie Peck and San Francisco's Milica Hadzi-Tanovic join Depenau, Jullien and Le as multi-year recipients for academic achievements. Two student-athletes carry perfect 4.0 GPAs -Saroop Dhatt (Biology) of Portland and Marta Stojanovic (Behavioral Neuroscience) of San Diego. 

At the conclusion of each athletic season, the WCC selects an all-academic squad for each WCC-sponsored sport.  To be considered, a student-athlete must maintain at least a 3.20 cumulative grade point average, while also being a significant contributor to her team.


Name School Class GPA Major
Anna Depenau San Diego Sr. 3.86 Marketing and Finance
Saroop Dhatt Portland So. 4.00 Biology
Jade Frampton Saint Mary's Sr. 3.54 English
Milica Hadzi-Tanovic San Francisco Jr. 3.75 Mathematics
Kristine Kouyoumjian Loyola Marymount Jr. 3.55 Finance
Jenny Jullien Saint Mary's Sr. 3.49 Business Administration
Katie Le Santa Clara Sr. 3.80 Computer Engineering
Iveta Masarova Pacific Jr. 3.40 Business Administration
Kylie Peek Gonzaga Jr. 3.90 Public Relations
Delphine Rouvillois Santa Clara So. 3.88 Undeclared Business
Marta Stojanovic San Diego So. 4.00 Behavioral Neuroscience
Melanie Yates Gonzaga So. 3.87 Biology

Gergana Boncheva, Pacific; Chelby Cooke, Santa Clara; Emily Gould, Portland; Sofia Holmberg, San Francisco; Brooke Irish, San Francisco; Stephanie Skaras, Santa Clara; Regina Suarez, Pacific; Alexandra Tallas, Gonzaga; Tori Troesch, Portland