July 5, 2007
The Yellow Jacket trio was part of a 20-member academic squad that included six All-Americans, 10 all-ACC performers and eight repeat honorees from 2006.
To be eligible for consideration, a student-athlete must have earned a 3.0 grade point average for the previous semester while maintaining a 3.0 cumulative GPA during her academic career.
Silverio graduated with a degree in business management in May and has plans to attend graduate school with the intention of earning her MBA. Miller, a junior, and McDowell, a freshman, both maintain perfect 4.0 grade point averages at Georgia Tech. Miller is a history, technology and society major while McDowell is studying economics and international affairs.
The trio helped Georgia Tech to its third-consecutive Atlantic Coast Conference title in 2007, and, more importantly, the first national championship in the history of ACC Women’s Tennis.
2007 All-ACC Academic Women's Tennis Team
Name, School Year Major *Sara Anundsen, North Carolina, Sr., Management Estefania Balda, Clemson, Fr., Pre-Business Audrey Banada, Miami, Sr., Exercise Physiology *Inga Beermann, Virginia Tech, So., Architecture *Audra Cohen, Miami, Jr., Psychology *Clelia Deltour, Duke, Jr., Psychology Romy Farah, Miami, Jr., Marketing Amanda Granson, Duke, Fr., Undeclared Ina Hadziselimovic, Clemson, Fr., Psychology *Ana Jerman, Wake Forest, So., Business Aleksandra Kulikova, Wake Forest, Fr., Undeclared Jenna Long, North Carolina, Sr., Political Science Lauren MacFarlane, Florida State, Fr., Business Amanda McDowell, Georgia Tech, Fr., Economics and International Affairs *Kristi Miller, Georgia Tech, Jr., History, Technology & Society *Alison Silverio, Georgia Tech, Sr., Management Nicola Slater, Florida State, Sr., French Jennifer Stevens, Virginia, Fr., Undeclared Laura Vallerdu, Miami, Fr., Psychology *Federica van Adrichem, Clemson, So., History
*repeat All-ACC academic honorees