May 17, 2013
PITTSBURGH - Junior Kimmy Borza of the University of Pittsburgh tennis team has been named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District II First-Team, as voted on by members of the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
Borza, along with all the other first-team honorees from the eight districts around the country, will be eligible to earn Academic All-American status which will be announced in the beginning of June.
The Beaver, Pa. native majors in communications and carries an overall GPA of 3.98. She has been a member of the 4.0 GPA Club four times in her career.
On the court, Borza led the Panthers with a 14-7 doubles record and also compiled a singles mark of 10-7 in 2013. Including the fall, her 33 combined victories were second most on the team. Borza will enter her senior campaign eight wins shy of 100 career victories and has a winning percentage of .610 (92-59).
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