St. Louis, Mo., April 28, 2016 — Junior Rebecca Ho earned first-team honors at No. 1 singles to highlight four Washington University in St. Louis selections on the 2016 All-University Athletic Association (UAA) Women's Tennis Team, as announced by the conference office.
Ho dropped just five games in three matches, which included victories over No. 16-ranked Brooke Tsu of Carnegie Mellon University (6-1, 6-0) and No. 14 Bridget Hardin of Emory University (6-0, 6-1). Ho, a four-time all-UAA honoree, has won 12-straight singles matches and is 20-5 this season.
Sophomore Grace Deering also earned all-UAA honors in singles, garnering second-team accolades after recording a 2-1 mark at No. 3. Deering, who earned all-UAA honors for the first time in her career, is 16-5 this season.
Senior Aly Coran and junior Kaylan Griffith rounded out the honorees by earning second-team all-UAA accolades at No. 3 doubles. Coran and Griffith recorded a 2-1 mark at the UAA Championship, which included two three-set victories. The duo earned first-team all-UAA honors a year ago and has a 9-4 record this season.
No. 12-ranked WashU advanced to the UAA Championship match for the 17th time in school history before falling to No. 1 Emory University 7-2. The Bears have a 15-8 overall record, and are seeking their ninth-straight NCAA appearance.