|Posted May 13, 2010|
Forsyth, Boughton net RMAC All-Academic honors
COLORADO SPRINGS - CSU-Pueblo sent five tennis players to the RMAC women's tennis all-academic team, headlined by first-team selections, Morgan Forsyth (So., Parker, Colo.) and Valerie Boughton (Sr., Colorado Springs, Colo.).
Forsyth, a psychology major with a 3.43 GPA, was a first-team all-RMAC selection this season after a successful year as the Pack's one-singles player. She was selected as the runner-up for the RMAC Academic Player of the Year and was a unanimous first-team academic all-RMAC selection.
Joining her on the first team was Boughton, also a psychology major with a 3.70 GPA. She was one of the RMAC's top five-singles players this season, and was also named the RMAC Women's Tennis Player of the Week this season, as well.
Andrea Ortiz (So., Pueblo, Colo.) earned second-team honors after balancing tennis with a 3.43 GPA in social work.
CSU-Pueblo had the most representation on the team in the RMAC, with five members making the squad. Along with RMAC champion, Nebraska-Kearney, CSU-Pueblo has the most first-team selections, as well.