69 individuals honored across 15 sports
School-record 150 Rams achieved Academic All-Mountain West status in 2015-16
List includes all 16 sports, 6 colleges
CSU falls to Wyoming, now turns its attention to Mountain West Championship
Rams close regular season vs. Wyoming
CSU Tennis vs. Wyoming - Mountain West Championship - 4/28/16
CSU Women's Tennis vs. Wyoming on April 23, 2016. At the University Tennis Complex. Photos by Abbie Parr
CSU tennis defeated Northern Colorado, 4-3, on April 12. Photos by Zach Balside
CSU picked up its first win of the spring season with a victory over CSU-Pueblo - 2/5/16 [Photos by Don Reichert]
Colorado State's season-opener vs. Seattle - 1/22/16 [Photos by Abbie Parr]
SENIOR (2015-16): Went 5-6 in doubles during the fall season, including five wins with Laia Hernandez Soler... Also earned three singles victories during the fall season.
JUNIOR (2014-15): Led the Rams with seven singles victories... Competed at the No. 3 through 6 positions, posting one victory at No. 3… Added three additional wins during fall tournaments... Won five doubles matches, mostly competing with Laia Hernandez Soler… Earned Mountain West Academic All-Conference and Mountain West Scholar-Athlete honors for the third consecutive year.
SOPHOMORE (2013-14): Compiled four singles victories, in addition to a pair of wins during fall tournaments... Competed in the Rams' No. 4 and 5 spots... Appeared in 15 doubles matches, mostly playing with Kwynn Ecton and Celine Voss... Earned Mountain West Academic All-Conference and Mountain West Scholar-Athlete honors for the second consecutive year.
FRESHMAN (2012-13): Made her collegiate debut on Feb. 16 vs. Illinois State, playing at the No. 6 singles position... Competed at the No. 6 singles position throughout the year, winning one match (vs. Rhode Island on March 10)... Also went 5-1 during fall play... Played with two doubles partners at the No. 2 and 3 spots... Earned Mountain West Academic All-Conference and Mountain West Scholar-Athlete honors.
HIGH SCHOOL: Is a 2012 graduate of Eden Prairie High School in Eden Prairie, Minn. … Was a four-year starter, earning all-conference honors each season… She and her doubles partner won state in 2009… Named her team’s captain as a junior in 2011… Earned academic all-state recognition in 2011 and 2012… Head coach was Karen Berg.
PERSONAL: Born May 25, 1994 in St. Louis Park, Minn. ... Hometown is Eden Prairie, Minn. ... Parents are Rex and Susan Buxton... Older sister, Abby, played tennis at Nebraska... Majoring in journalism and technical communication at Colorado State.
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