Head Coach Gordie Ernst hands out top awards to Panarese, Montgomery and Sekely.
Hoyas fall 4-0 to Cincinnati in final match of the season.
Georgetown moves into the consolation bracket to face the winner of No. 12 Providence and No. 13 Connecticut.
Hoyas to take on 10th-seeded Pittsburgh on Thursday, April 18, at 9 a.m.
Hoyas defeat Retrievers 6-1 and have won seven straight matches.
2013-14: In the fall of her junior campaign, Panarese went 2-3 in singles play and 3-3 in doubles matches...Her two singles victories came against George Washington's Brydie O'Connor, 6-2; 6-4, and UMBC's Isabel Aldunate, 3-6; 6-4; 10-3, at the Georgetown Classic...Panarese was paired with Sophia Barnard for all six of her doubles matches...The pair earned three wins: one at the Georgetown Classic against a pair from George Washington, one against a duo from Navy at the Navy Blue & Gold Invitational and one at the ITA Regionals against a pair from Richmond.
2012-13: Received the team most valuable player award her sophomore season...Named to the BIG EAST All-Academic Team...Finished the season with a 19-8 record (12-6 in duel matches)...Had a doubles record of 17-12.
2011-12: Received the Coaches Award her freshman year at Georgetown...Went 20-6 in overall singles play while going 13-2 in the spring while playing out of the sixth position, primarily...For doubles play in her freshman campaign, Panarese compiled a 17-9 record while being paired with Madeline Jaeger for all but two spring matches...Panarese went 6-3 in fall doubles and 11-6 in the spring; ten of her springs wins came with Jaeger.
Before GU: Attended and graduated from the Milton Academy...Served as the team captain of her high school team her junior season...Served a Co-Class President her sophomore, junior and senior years at the Milton Academy.