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Forster And Campos Named All-Pac-12 Honorable Mention

May 20, 2021

SAN FRANCISCO – Colorado women's tennis were honored with two All-Pac-12 Honorable Mentions, Megan Forster and Maria Campos, the conference announced Thursday afternoon.
Forster led the team with a 12-5 record in singles play that included a 7-1 mark in the No.4 and No.5 positions. She also picked up five wins in doubles and the lone with against a ranked opponent this season.
Campos became the first player in CU history to play and win in every singles position in a season. The freshman went 11-8 in singles play as she climbed the ranks all season long from the No.6 singles player to the No.1 in the win against Utah. She added eight doubles wins for the Buffs.
The Buffs finished the season tying the program-best mark with three conference wins. They also defeated No.12 Cal at home, the highest-ranked conference win in program history.
Cal's head coach Amanda Augustus was named the coach of the year while UCLA swept the singles and doubles awards with Abbey Forbes as the player of the year while joining Jada Hart for the doubles team of the year. Oregon's Janice Tjen was named the freshman of the year.
WTEN Coach of the Year: Amanda Augustus, California
WTEN Freshman/Newcomer of the Year: Janice Tjen, Oregon
WTEN Doubles Team of the Year: Abbey Forbes/Jada Hart, UCLA
WTEN Singles Player of the Year: Abbey Forbes, UCLA
WTEN All-Conference First Team
1. Abbey Forbes, UCLA
2. Janice Tjen, Oregon
3. Haley Giavara, California
4. Michaela Gordon, Stanford
5. Vanessa Wong, Washington
6. Salma Ewing, USC
WTEN All-Conference Second Team
1. Jada Hart, UCLA
2. Michaela Bayerlova, Washington State
3. Ilze Hattingh, Arizona State
4. Eryn Cayetano, USC
5. Jelena Lukic, University of Arizona
6. Julia Rosenqvist, California
WTEN Honorable Mentions:
Angelica Blake, Stanford
Vivian Wolff, UCLA
Valentina Ivanov, California
Sarah-Maude Fortin, Washington
Anna Bright, California
Naomi Cheong, USC
Sedona Gallagher, Washington
Danielle Willson, USC
Rifanty Kahfiani, Oregon
Jada Bui, California
Emma Higuchi, Stanford
Anastasia Goncharova, Utah
Annette Goulak, UCLA
Kayla Wilkins, University of Arizona
Maria Campos, Colorado
Hannah Viller Moeller, California
Uxia Martinez Moral, Oregon
Megan Forster, Colorado