DURHAM – The College Sports Communicators (CSC) released its 2023 Academic All-District Women’s Tennis Teams on Tuesday with Chloe Beck, Ellie Coleman and Brianna Shvets earning accolades.
The CSC recognizes the nation’s top student-athletes for their combined performances on the court and in the classroom. Academic All-District honorees advance to the CSC Academic All-America ballot, which will be released on June 1.
Beck, a product of Watkinsville, Ga., owns a 3.989 grade-point average (GPA) and is majoring in psychology along with a neuroscience minor and obtaining a sustainability certificate. She is coming off a senior campaign where she became the fourth Blue Devil to register 30 or more singles and doubles wins in a season.
A native of Midland, Mich., Coleman owns a 3.77 GPA and has declared an environmental science major. She turned in a 23-10 singles and 16-9 doubles record as a sophomore.
Shvets, who hails from Pennington, N.J., is currently attending the Duke Fuqua School of Business and owns a 3.884 GPA. She posted a 25-6 singles ledger in her first season with the Blue Devils, including an 18-2 dual match record.
To be eligible for consideration, student-athletes must be a starter or key reserve, achieve sophomore standing at their current school, maintain a cumulative grade-point average of at least 3.50 and be nominated by her sports information director.
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