Two BYU women’s tennis players were named to the West Coast Conference Commissioner’s Honor Roll for the 2015-16 academic year.

Both junior Natella Nabieva and senior Nicolette Poulsen received bronze honors with a 3.38 GPA and 3.17 GPA, respectively. Nabieva went 9-11 in singles on the season while Poulsen posted a 12-11 singles record. This is the first WCC honor roll recognition for both players.

The honor roll recognizes student-athletes throughout the conference that excelled in the classroom as well as for their respective teams. Student-athletes must have earned a varsity letter while completing an average of 12 credit hours per term and maintaining a 3.0 GPA or higher. The honor roll is split into three honors based on GPA: gold (3.75-4.00), silver (3.50-3.74) and bronze (3.00-3.49).

More than 1,300 student-athletes from the WCC qualified for recognition, setting a conference record for the third-straight season.

Sydney Jorgensen is the men's tennis SID at Brigham Young University. Contact her at tennis_sid@byu.edu