Women's Tennis Receives Academic Honors
BOISE, Idaho - The Boise State women's tennis program received recognition for its off-court success, recently, as the Broncos were named a 2010 ITA All-Academic Team while having two student-athletes selected as ITA Scholar-Athletes.

As a team Boise State received its ITA All-Academic Team honor for the 2009-10 academic year. This marks the fifth time the Broncos have won the award; all of which coming over the past five years. In order to be eligible for the ITA team recognition, a program must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.20 or higher.

Senior Stephanie Jasper and former Bronco Bianca Jochimsen were also honored individually for Boise State as Academic All-America selections for 2009-10. To be eligible for ITA Scholar-Athlete status a student-athlete must be a varsity letter winner, have a GPA of at least 3.50 for the current academic year and have been enrolled at their present school for at least two semesters.

Jasper, a Bozeman, Mont. (Montana State) native, received the individual honor for her success in the classroom as a junior. On the court, Jasper is one of Boise State's top returners this fall having compiled a 27-17 singles record to go along with a 25-13 doubles record last year.

Jochimsen, who graduated this past spring from Boise State, was a four-time Academic All-American for the Broncos. She also enjoyed a highly successful collegiate career at Boise State, finishing her senior season with an 80-65 career singles record and a 95-25 career record in doubles.

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