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Nine Penn Staters earn perfect 4.0 GPAs during 2011-12 academic year
Penn State has a total of 4,023 honorees during 18 years of the program
Five members of Dawna Denny's squad named to Academic All-Big Ten Team
Utting and Sertic picked up points for the Nittany Lions
The Nittany Lions will host No. 14 Michigan on Senior Night
2011-12 SEASON - SENIOR: Won the only singles match she competed it ... Defeated Pennsylania's Emma Whitfield, 6-3, 2-6, 10-4.
2011 FALL: Earned three singles victories ... Finished 2-1 at the Cissie Leary Invitational ... Compiled two doubles wins with both Maria Prishlyak and Sarah Henderson.
2010-11 SEASON - JUNIOR: Only competed in one singles match for Penn State ... Earned the lone doubles victory for the Nittany Lions versus Iowa State, beating Jenna Langhorst and Liza Wischer, 8-5 with her partner Denisa Zobeideh.
2010 FALL: Had an overall record of 4-2, including a victory over Davidson's Tamara Hill ... Also went 4-2 in doubles with a pair of wins at the WMU Super Challenge.
2009-10 SEASON - SOPHOMORE: Won her final match of the year 6-3, 6-1 against Purdue's Remi Martin... Saw action in four singles matches and three doubles matches ... Earned Academic All Big Ten honors.
2008-2009 SEASON - FRESHMAN: Was 2-2 on the year ... Won two singles matches in fall play after walking onto the team, defeating Carly Lowenstein of Quinnipiac, 6-2, 6-1, and Kasey Rosenberger of Quinnipiac, 6-3, 6-3 ... Picked up two fall doubles victories with partner Denisa Zobeideh ... Defeated Stacey Reich and Ruthie Furman of Lehigh, 8-6, in her collegiate debut with fellow freshman Ali Hefter ... Named ITA Scholar-Athlete.
JUNIOR CAREER: Compiled a 125-7 career record at Lower Merion High School ... Was the 2005 doubles state champion with partner Julie Raezar ... Team was the 2005 PIAA AAA State Champions ... Ranked #56 in 2007 national doubles ranking with partner Liz Hamlin ... Also competed in indoor and outdoor track ... Received the National Who's Who Student-Athlete Award.
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