ATLANTA -- Georgia State tennis standout Felipe Jaworski was named to the CoSIDA Academic All-America® Division I Men's At-Large Team, announced Wednesday by the College Sports Information Directors of America.
The senior from Buenos Aires, Argentina, made the third team with a 4.22 cumulative grade-point average while majoring in actuarial science. He has the highest GPA on the 45-man At-Large team.
Jaworski went 10-2 in singles and 8-6 in doubles this spring to help the Panthers a school-record 19 victories, the Sun Belt Conference championship and a berth in the NCAA Winston-Salem Regional. He was a four-year starter with a career singles record of 48-21 in dual matches, including 25-5 over his junior and senior seasons.
He is one of two CoSIDA Academic All-America® selections for Georgia State this year, along with baseball standout Justin Jones. Those two give GSU 20 Academic All-Americans all-time, including 13 since 2011.
Jaworski is the second men's tennis player to be honored, joining 2013 first-team selection Victor Valente.
GEORGIA STATE'S CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICANS
|1987-88||Traci Cheek||Women's Basketball||First|
|1994-95||Bettina Schmidt||Women's Volleyball||Third|
|2003-04||Kasper Jorgenson||Men's At-Large (Golf)||Third|
|2004-05||Jenn Feenstra||Women's Track/CC||First|
|2010-11||Bri Cagle||Women's Soccer||Third|
|2010-11||Yolanda Berryhill||Women's Track/CC||Third|
|2011-12||Bri Cagle||Women's Soccer||Second|
|2011-12||Vineece Verdun||Women's Volleyball||Third|
|2012-13||Victor Valente||Men's At-Large (Tennis)||First|
|2015-16||JJ Grey||Men's At-Large (Golf)||Third|
|2016-17||Felipe Jaworski||Men's At-Large (Tennis)||Third|