SEWARD, Neb. – Undefeated runs through conference play paved the way for all-conference honors for both junior Annie Horn and freshman Kirsten Wagner. The two represented the Concordia University women’s tennis team on the All-GPAC teams announced on Thursday (May 11). Horn collected all-conference recognition in singles and doubles while Wagner received the award for doubles.
Horn has earned some form of all-conference recognition for the third year in a row. She garnered All-GPAC accolades for doubles in 2015 and was an honorable mention selection for both singles and doubles as a sophomore last season. This past season, the native of Denver, Colo., went 6-0 in GPAC singles matches and also 6-0 in GPAC doubles contests while playing alongside Wagner. Horn’s 15-4 overall record (13-2 at No. 2) represented the best mark on the team. Horn has won 28 singles matches in her collegiate career.
A York, Neb., native, Wagner seved head coach Joel Reckewey’s squad as an impact newcomer. She and Horn posted an 11-8 overall doubles mark (tops on the team) at the No. 2 spot. In singles play, Wagner went 9-10 (mostly at No. 5) during her first season with the Bulldogs.