Kansas City, Mo. - The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has announced the Women's Tennis All-Americans.  Senior Katie Malotte received honorable mention status.

This caps off a fantastic year which saw Malotte earn her third straight Most Valuable Player award in the KCAC and second straight unanamous all-conference selection.  At #1 singles and doubles Malotte posted a 18-9 singles record going undefeated in KCAC play and 21-7 record with teammate Miranda Weaver, only dropping one match in the KCAC.  

Malotte graduates with a degree in English and History and will attend University of Kansas Law School beginning in the fall.

The Threshers finished the year as regular season KCAC champions (third straight) and KCAC Conference tournament champions (fourth straight).  Bethel College has not lost a KCAC match since losing against Bethany College in the middle of the 2009 season.  The Threshers lost in the first round of the NAIA National Championships to Shorter University 0-9 to end their season.