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Petsis led the Sioux in singles wins (9) and doubles wins (4).
Sophomore Petsis named to All-GWC First Team
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Updated: Sunday 04/22/2012 18:19:51 (ET)
by Jayson Hajdu, UND Athletic Media Relations
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HARLINGEN, Texas -- University of North Dakota sophomore Stephanie Petsis was named to the 2012 All-Great West Conference First Team today at the GWC Tournament.

Petsis, a native of Toronto, Ontario, won a team-leading nine singles matches this season, including a win at No. 1 singles today in the GWC Tournament fifth-place match. She bounced back from an early-season injury to finish the year with a 9-8 singles record, adding a team-leading four doubles wins, all at No. 1.

It is the first career all-conference honor for Petsis, who was UND's Most Valuable Player last season as a freshman.

Player of the Year - Katrina Schwab, SU
Coach of the Year - Jack Barton, CSU
Newcomer of the Year - Carolina Zanotta, NJIT

All-GWC First Team
Monica Graff, NJIT
Ksenia Kuzmenko, NJIT
Lindsey Newman, SU
Stephanie Petsis, UND
Katrina Schwab, SU
Rosalina Tejoprayitno, CSU

All-GWC Second Team
Wanda Beguelin, UTPA
Sarah Lucas, SU
Julian Mannix, CSUB
Dana Nazarova, UTPA
Rosalia Tejoprayitno, CSU
Carolina Zanotta, NJIT

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