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Hartono Dubbed Finalist in Honda Sports Award for Women's Tennis

Arianne Hortono. Photo courtesy of olemisssports.com.

Ole Miss women’s tennis senior Arianne Hartono continues to add accolades to her dynamic year on the court. After winning the 2018 NCAA Singles Championship, she has been named one of four nominees for the annual Honda Sports Award for women’s tennis. 
The award signifies the “best of the best” in college athletics, and the chosen athlete moves on to compete for Collegiate Woman Athlete of the Year and 2018 Honda Cup, according to the Collegiate Women Sports Award website. 
Hartono joins contenders Makenna Jones, Astra Sharma and Bianca Turati from the University of North Carolina, Vanderbilt and the University of Texas, respectively.
Hartono finished her career at Ole Miss 60-39 in overall singles matches and 36-24 in dual singles. In doubles matches, she finished 43-36 overall and 31-25 in doubles dual.
Nominees were chosen by a combination of NCAA Championship finish and the ITA final national rankings. The winner will be announced later this week after administrators from over 1,000 NCAA member schools take a vote.
Since commencing its sponsorship in 1986, Honda has provided more than $3.1 million in institutional grants to the universities of the award winners and nominees to support women’s athletics programs, according to a press release. 

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