SOMERSET, NJ – Six members of the Bryant University women’s tennis team were recognized with Northeastern Conference playoff honors on Friday afternoon.
Ada Boru won the All-NEC First Team in Singles and joined the All-NEC First Team Doubles along with partner Leanne Kendall. Sarah Hickey and Arianna Oropeza took home Al-NEC second team honors in singles. Hickey also won the second team prize with his partner Manuela Estrada Gomez. Olivia Rondini has been named to the NEC All-Rookie squad.
Boru finished the year 3-8 in singles, with a 2-3 record against opponents in the conference. In doubles, Boru went 5-6 overall. Kendall teamed up with Boru at No.1 in doubles, going 5-5 with a 3-2 record against NEC enemies.
Oropeza wins All-NEC honors for the third time in his career. She went 6-6 on the year with a 3-3 mark against opponents from the NEC.
Hickey took top honors in singles and doubles after going 3-7 in singles and 7-3 in doubles. She was 2-3 against NEC opponents in singles. In doubles, she teamed up with Estrada Gomez to go 5-3 on aggregate and 3-1 in the NEC game.
Rondini was one of the league’s best rookies this year, finishing 7-3 overall. She was 5-1 against league opponents and split two games in the NEC tournament.