Sophomore Aidiana Sagyndykova was named Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) Player of the Year for women's tennis as the team took home multiple awards for the 2014 season.

Sagyndykova finished a stellar 2014 campaign that saw her win 13 consecutive singles matches. Sagyndykova put together a 13-1 record during this year's season playing in the number one position in individual play. She also was named a first-team All-Conference selection and was named to the conference's All-Tournament team for her playoff effort.

Second-team selection

Junior Rebecca Eshoo was named a second-team All-Conference selection in singles play. She recorded a 9-5 overall record on the year and was 5-1 in conference action.

Eshoo recorded a 9-5 overall singles record on the year and was 5-1 in conference action. Through three seasons she has won a total of 15 games in individual play.

Esho also combined to win a total of eight matches on the season in doubles action. She primarily played with classmate Abby Trigilio, and the duo posted a 7-3 mark in partners play.

All sportsmanship

Senior Adrianna Garrett was named to the GNAC's All-Sportsmanship team. She wraps up a four-year career that saw her win a total of 17 matches. She collected seven wins this season in the number two position for Suffolk.

Suffolk finished the 2014 season with an 8-7 overall record. The Rams were the number three seed in this year's GNAC tournament, with a 4-2 mark as they advanced to the conference semifinals before a 5-2 setback to Johnson & Wales ended their season.