Anderson earns the honor for the second-straight year, while he was also a CoSIDA Academic All-American last season. This is the first time Resnick has earned the honor. On the men's side, Coe had two of the 15 members selected to the team, as Tucker Dangremond from the swimming and diving team was also named to the team. Four men's tennis players were selected to the team. On the women's side, Coe had two of the 19 members selected, as Erin Lang from the women's golf team was also named to the team.
Resnick went 22-11 in singles this season and 29-7 in doubles play. She became the sixth player in school history to surpass 50 wins in a season. Resnick enters her senior season ranked ninth in school history with 59 career singles wins, eighth in school history with 72 career doubles wins and seventh in school history with 131 total career victories. Resnick has led the Kohawks to the NCAA Tournament in all three years she has been in the program.
Anderson is currently 26-4 in singles this season and was 23-9 in doubles play. For the second-straight year, Anderson has qualified for the NCAA National Singles Championships, as one of just 32 players selected from across the country. Anderson currently ranks eighth in school history with 26 singles wins this year, while ranking 10th in school history with 79 career wins. Anderson has led the Kohawks to the NCAA Tournament all three years he has been in the program.
To be eligible for the team, a student-athlete must have a 3.3 cumulative GPA and have the proper athletic accomplishments to be placed on the ballot. The 2016-17 CoSIDA Academic All-District® At-Large Teams, selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America, have been released to recognize the nation's top student-athletes for their combined performances athletically and in the classroom. With their selection to the first team, Resnick and Anderson are eligible for the CoSIDA Academic All-American team, which will be released on June 6.