Conference Carolinas Men's & Women's Tennis Academic All-Conference Team Announced

High Point, NC> Conference Carolinas is proud to announce the 2012 Tennis Academic All-Conference award winners. League member institutions stress the role of "Academics and Athletics Working Together" and each sport's Academic All-Conference award winners exemplify this continued league-wide commitment.  

The 2012 Conference Carolinas Tennis Academic All-Conference representatives have been awarded to the following junior and senior student-athletes with a cumulative grade point average of 3.25 or higher on a 4.0 scale in all work completed at their member institution that have played in a conference sponsored sport. The GPA is calculated based on the student-athletes cumulative average through the previous semester and each student-athlete must have attended their member institution for at least one academic year.

Each year the Academic All-Conference Team is released while closing out each regular season before starting the tournament championships. Erskine College will host the 2012 Conference Carolinas Tennis Championships at the Palmetto Tennis Center in Sumter, SC. The championship will begin Friday, April 20 and will conclude Sunday, April 22. The top eight men's and women's teams qualify for the tournament based on regular season finish. Conference Carolinas championship winners will receive an automatic bid to the NCAA Championships.

For more details and all the information throughout the spring championship season, stayed linked to the Spring Championships Central page for updated results.



Women's Tennis Academic All-Conference Team

Lindsey Frederick, Barton College

Lindsay Toth, Barton College

Abby Poetker, Belmont Abbey College

Olivia Self, Converse College

Abby O'Reilly, Erskine College

Nikki Miller, Erskine College

Tessa Rheault, Erskine College

Victoria Stephens, Erskine College 

Eden Sherrod, King College

Kelsey Copeland, King College

Sarah Anderson, King College

Jimena Munoz, Limestone College

Patricia Guedes, Mount Olive College

Pietra Viana, Mount Olive College

Cassie Curtis, North Greenville University

Haley Hardwick, North Greenville University

Rebecca Beacham, North Greenville University

Briana Oliver, Pfeiffer University

Chelsi Haefele, Pfeiffer University

Kaleigh Featherstone, Pfeiffer University

Erin Williams, Queens University of Charlotte

Kaitlyn Blakey, Queens University of Charlotte

Morgan Roberts, Queens University of Charlotte 


Men's Tennis Academic All-Conference Team

Pier-Alexandre Desilets, Barton College

Andrew Gazich, Belmont Abbey College

Robert Franer, Belmont Abbey College

Vincent Chauvette, Erskine College

Angelo Ciarrocchi, Erskine College

Jose Avila, King College

Leo Brigato, King College

Pablo Vidal, King College

Patrick Jones, King College

Seth Hale, King College

Alexander Hayes, Lees-McRae College

Marcelo Tatai, Lees-McRae College

Austin McAlister, Limestone College

Abraham Lascari, Limestone College

Mike Stephenson, Limestone College

Rafael Ferla, Limestone College

Diogo Sender, Mount Olive College

Pablo Alejandro Vasquez, Mount Olive College

Frederico Vieira, North Greenville University

Hugo Ciarrocchi, North Greenville University

Benjamin Hunter, Pfeiffer University

Luis Villalta, Pfeiffer University

Bryce Boothby, Queens University of Charlotte

Bryant Fuller, Queens University of Charlotte

Christopher Kennedy, Queens University of Charlotte

Christiaan Lee-Daigle, Queens University of Charlotte

James McKinzie, Queens University of Charlotte

Joshua Bloch, Queens University of Charlotte

Gustavo Munhoz, Queens University of Charlotte

Raahil Dhruva, Queens University of Charlotte

Conference Carolinas is a NCAA Division II athletic conference made up of 12 teams from North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. These institutions consist of: Barton College, Belmont Abbey College, Coker College, Converse College, Erskine College, King College, Lees-McRae College, Limestone College, Mount Olive College, North Greenville University, Pfeiffer University, and Queens University of Charlotte.