COLLEGEVILLE, Minn. – The 2022 Saint John’s University tennis team and seven student-athletes earned academic honors from the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) July 13.
To be eligible for the ITA All-Academic Team Award, an institution must submit the academic year’s grade-point averages for each student-athlete on the roster and carry a team GPA of 3.2 or higher.
The 15 Johnnies combined for a 3.33 GPA in 2021-22.
In order to earn ITA Scholar-Athlete status, a student-athlete must have a grade-point average of 3.50 or better for the current academic year.
The Johnnies recognized were (alphabetically, academic years are for 2021-22):
-Sophomore Ian Aadland (Brainerd, Minn.), a mathematics major;
-Freshman Cooper Anderson (White Bear Lake, Minn.), a global business leadership major;
-Junior Hunter Fischer (Spicer, Minn./Willmar), a biology major (pre-medicine emphasis);
-Junior Peyton Fischer (Spicer, Minn./Willmar), a biology major;
-Junior Will Fischer (Spicer, Minn./Willmar), a computer science major;
-Sophomore Nolan Morrey (Rochester, Minn./Lourdes), a history major;
-Sophomore Mark Rosen (Bloomington, Minn./Jefferson), an accounting major.
The Johnnies finished fourth in the MIAC with a 6-3 record (10-7 overall) to earn their eighth MIAC Playoff appearance in the last 10 seasons and 15th overall in 2022.