NCAA Womens Tennis

4 Bears Chosen CSC Academic All-District

4 Bears Chosen CSC Academic All-District




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L to R: Valentina Ivanov, Jessica Alsola, Katja Wiersholm and Hannah Viller Moeller.


The California women’s tennis quartet of Jessica Alsola, Valentina Ivanov, Hannah Viller Moeller and Katja Wiersholm was named to the College Sports Communicators’ NCAA Division I Academic All-District Team for its combined efforts on the courts and in the classroom, CSC announced Tuesday. All four are also nominees for CSC Academic All-America honors, which will be announced June 4.
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Alsola, Viller Moeller and Wiersholm earned Academic All-District accolades for the second consecutive year, while Ivanov earned the distinction for the first time.
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To achieve CSC Academic All-District and Academic All-America status, a student-athlete must beΒ at least a sophomoreΒ academically and athletically, and an undergraduate student-athlete must haveΒ at least a 3.50 cumulative grade point averageΒ on a 4.0 scale. As a tennis nominee, a student-athlete must have played in at least 70 percent of her team’s scoring competitions.

Ivanov, from Sydney, Australia, graduated with a degree in economics earlier this month and is a three-time member of the Pac-12 Spring Academic Honor Roll and a two-time ITA Scholar-Athlete. She will join Viller Moeller and Wiersholm in the NCAA Singles Championship from May 20-25 in Stillwater, Oklahoma. A member of the 2024 All-Pac-12 First Team, Ivanov has produced a stellar season that has her ranked nationally in singles at No. 43 and in doubles – with Alsola – at No. 51. Ivanov began her final collegiate season in the spring and boasts records of 18-10 in singles and 21-8 in doubles. She was named the Pac-12 Player of the Week on March 26, and competed for New Zealand in the Billie Jean King Cup in April.

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Viller Moeller joined Ivanov on the All-Pac-12 First Team and is likewise a three-time member of the Pac-12 Spring Academic Honor roll and also recently graduated with a degree in economics from Cal. The Copenhagen, Denmark, native has produced her best season at Cal. She is ranked 44th in singles with a 23-21 record after ranking as high as No. 12 in the fall, when she won the singles title in the ITA Northwest Regional Championships and reached the singles quarterfinals of the ITA National Fall Championships. The…

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