Junior Bridget Harding was named Most Valuable Player of the 2017 UAA Women's Tennis Championship after finishing a combined 6-0 in singles and doubles in leading Emory University to the team title.
This season marked the first time an all-tournament team was selected in tennis with the All-Association team to be determined in May.
Among her three singles victories, Harding clinched the championship for the Eagles with a come-from-behind win at No. 1 singles with Emory and University of Chicago deadlocked 4-4. She teamed with senior Katarina Su to post three wins at No. 1 doubles.
No. 1 Singles: Bridget Harding, Emory
No. 2 Singles: Marjorie Antohi, Chicago
No. 3 Singles: Daniela Lopez, Emory
No. 4 Singles: Katarina Su, Emory
No. 5 Singles: Melissa Goodman, Emory
No. 6 Singles: Alyssa Rudin, Chicago
No. 1 Doubles: Bridget Harding/Katarina Su, Emory
No. 2 Doubles: Tiffany Chen/Alyssa Rudin, Chicago
No. 3 Doubles: Mindy Borovsky/Sanjna Tripathy, Washington