Women's Tennis

Bisharat Highlights Lions' All-WCC Postseason Accolades

Tory Parravi earned honorable mention for singles play in the WCC.

Tory Parravi earned honorable mention for singles play in the WCC.

May 1, 2013

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SAN BRUNO, Calif. -- After a vote from all of the conference coaches following last week's WCC Championships, the West Coast Conference announced its 2013 All-WCC teams for women's tennis today.

Leading the Lions was senior April Bisharat, who earned All-WCC first team for singles. Bisharat beat a pair of ranked opponents on Court 1 for the Lions this season and ended her career at No. 100 in the ITA National Rankings for singles. In 2012, Bisharat received All-WCC Second Team honors.

Also earning singles recognition was Tory Parravi, who received honorable mention for singles play. Parravi was injured for a chunk of the season but bounced back to be a force for the Lions, mainly on Courts 2 and 3. Parravi also earned accolades last year for singles, making the All-WCC Second Team.

In doubles play, the duo of Bisharat and Claudia Razzeto were named to the All-WCC First Team for doubles play. The two played together on Court 1 for most of the year and ended the season with an 8-5 record. These two earned honorable mention for their work together in doubles play in 2012.

The Lions ended the regular season in seventh place in the WCC. They upset the No. 6 seed BYU in the first round of the conference championships before falling to No. 3 Santa Clara in the second round.





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