TERRE HAUTE, IND. -- Six Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology women's tennis players were recognized by the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference in post-season awards released today.
Honorable mention all-conference award winners included senior Paige Cook (Terre Haute/North), senior Colleen Stevenson (Bolton, Mass./Nashoba Regional) and junior Kylie McCollum (Lee's Summit, Mo./West).
Senior Lauren Reberger (Brazil/Northview) rounded out the award winners with a spot on the all-sportsmanship team.
Stettler finished 4-8 at the No. 1 singles position and recorded a 6-7 mark at the No. 1 doubles spot for Rose-Hulman this year. The effort increased Stettler's career record to 39-27 in singles play for the second most singles wins in program history. Her career doubles mark of 34-32 stands as the sixth most doubles wins in program history.
Mohd finished 11-2 at the No. 2 singles position to lead Rose-Hulman in wins, including victories in her last eight matches to help the Engineers close out a strong second place finish. Her career records stand at 15-6 in singles play and 12-8 in doubles matches.
Cook completed her senior year with a 7-3 singles record to compile a career mark of 33-13. Her winning percentage of .717 stands fourth in program history. In doubles matches, Cook was 6-5 this season and 38-19 in her career (.667) to rank fourth in career winning percentage.
Stevenson held down the No. 4 singles spot for Rose-Hulman as a senior and finished 7-3 overall. Her career mark of 27-15 also ranks in the top 10 in school history in singles victories.
McCollum improved her career singles record to 29-10 with a 6-3 mark this fall. Her winning percentage of .744 ranks second in school history. In doubles play, McCollum was 7-4 this season to move her career mark to 26-14 (.650).
Reberger compiled a 9-2 record at the No. 3 doubles position this season in playing with freshman Sydney Short. Her career doubles mark of 42-20 stands as the third most doubles wins in school history and the second highest winning percentage.
The effort helped Rose-Hulman finish 9-3 for the fewest losses in a season in school history. The Fightin' Engineers placed second in both the HCAC regular season and conference tournament standings for the second conseuctive year.