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The Greenberg and Gu by the name of Double All
For all five Divisions of College Tenniss, the Intercollegiate Tennis Association published its schedule of All-Americans, and Hanna Greenberg and Andrea Gu were considered members of the Double-All-American Teams. Greenberg and Gu have both ever performed together, as they shared some times as double partner a year ago and won 4-2 in their six double games in the 2016-2017 game.
Hanna and Andrea made the switch to partnership this year, winning their first six double games together before going into a cool phase against some tough rivals, among them Division I Boise State and Division II Hawaii Pacific. Both Greenberg and Gu were once again reunified in March as and were on a rip, inclusively gains over the top couple from Linfield College, to help assert the NWC Series, as well as a victory in their first round of NCAA Division III Women's Tennis Championships against the University of Texas:
Gu was elected twice to the All-Northwest Conference First Team and also won the NWC Newcomer of the Year Awards after her appearance in 2016-2017.