SKILLMAN, N.J.- The University of Oregon men's and women's tennis teams were selected as ITA All-Academic Teams while eight individuals, seven from the women's squad and one from the men's squad, were named ITA Scholar-Athletes, as announced by the organization this week.

Rabea Stueckemann had the highest GPA on the women's team with a 4.10. Joining her on the list was Lana Buttner (3.74), Charlotte Dupont (3.50), Trudie du Toit (3.59), Sofia Hager (3.63), Lena Macomson (3.81) and Pascale Neubert (3.62).

On the men's side, Daniel Sardu was the lone representative with a 3.68.

To be considered for the recognition, a team must compile at least a 3.2 GPA and to be named an ITA Scholar-Athlete, a 3.5 GPA or highest must be achieved.

The Oregon men posted 17 wins, the most since the 1994-95 season, including three victories over nationally ranked programs while the Oregon women recorded 12 victories, the most since the 2007-08 season.