Junior Caroline Hedrick was named the Butler women's tennis team's most valuable player, as first-year head coach Tayo Bailey announced the team's awards recently.
Hedrick, a native of Columbus, Ind., led the Bulldogs with a 15-12 singles record. She primarily played No. 2 singles, but did also post a 4-1 record at the top spot in the lineup. She also won nine times in doubles play, tied for second on the team. Hedrick was an All-Horizon League honoree as a sophomore last year and has a 47-33 singles record over her three seasons at Butler.
In addition to Hedrick's recognition, Bailey handed out the following awards:
Student-Athletes of the Year: Laura Shull and
Newcomer of the Year: Konstantina Adami
Most Improved: Sienna Reuter and Clare Cornelius
All-Team Cheerleaders (Mental Attitude): Stephanie McLoughlin and Angelina Qin
Comeback Players of the Year: Brittany Farmer and Caroline Hedrick