by Alan Babbitt
Hope College's Amanda Bandrowski is the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Central Region Senior Women's Tennis Player of the Year.
The senior from Traverse City, Michigan (St. Francis HS) is one of four regional honorees in her category and will be considered for the national senior player of the year.
The ITA will announce the national winners of the awards on Wednesday, May 27 at 11 a.m. during a special virtual awards ceremony. The awards ceremony can be viewed on the ITA's Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube.
Bandrowski finished a COVID-19 shortened senior season with a 10-2 singles record and an 8-4 doubles record. She played the top flight in both singles and doubles play.
Earlier this month, Bandrowski was named an ITA All-American.
Bandrowski ranks among the top Flying Dutch tennis players all-time.
With an 85-14 singles record, Bandrowski has the second-highest number of singles wins in Hope's history. With a 67-31 doubles record, she is ninth all-time.
Bandrowski owns the two winningest singles seasons at Hope: 30-2 in 2019 and 27-1 in 2017.