Oklahoma State’s women’s tennis squad placed three individuals on the 2004 Women’s Tennis Academic All- Big 12 Team, the conference office announced today.
Receiving the honor for the Cowgirls were senior Katya Kolodynska, junior Ines Furtmayr and sophomore Zana Masnic. All three were named to the conference’s first team.
Kolodynska, a Minsk, Belarus, native is majoring in international business and was named to the first team for the first time in her career. She was named to the second team at the end of the 2003 season.
Furtmayr, a native of Uffing, Germany, was named to the first team for the second consecutive year. The international business major was one of three ladies in conference to achieve a 4.00 GPA on this year’s team.
Masnic, a Dallas, Texas, native was named to the first team for the first time in her career at Oklahoma State.
To qualify for the academic team, the individuals must maintain a 3.00 GPA or higher and have competed in 60 percent of their team’s respective contests. All three Cowgirls have competed in every one of this year’s matches. Freshmen and transfer students are not eligible for academic honors.