She was first-team All-Southland Conference in singles and doubles for NSU, 20-6, which narrowly missed a second straight NCAA Tournament appearance with a nail-biting loss to the home team in the conference tournament finals at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi in late April.
Krutova, from Sevastopol, Ukraine, posted a 17-4 record this spring, primarily at No. 3 singles, where she was 12-2 with a 9-1 mark in Southland play to earn first-team all-conference status.
She was first-team All-Southland in doubles play, with an 18-3 record, including an unbeaten 10-0 conference record at No. 2 teamed with Kateryna Piatakova.
Her singles winning percentage of .810 ties for the 10th best season performance in school history and gives her a 31-11 mark through two seasons, 17 away from breaking into the Lady Demons’ career top 10 for singles wins.
Krutova’s doubles winning percentage of .857 ranks ninth on the school single-season all-time list.
The 18 doubles wins ties for sixth-most in a season at NSU. She is 34-8 in doubles after two seasons, 15 wins shy of cracking the career top 10.
Recently chosen first-team Academic All-Southland Conference, Krutova, who was on the elite Capital One CoSIDA Academic All-America ballot, has a perfect 4.0 grade point average in biology at the end of her sophomore year.
Joining her on the six-woman All-Louisiana first team were players from Tulane, Southeastern, McNeese and Xavier who posted a combined singles record of 88-15, while LSU put three players on the six-woman second-team.
Klara Vyskocilova of Tulane, the Conference USA Player of the Year, was voted the state’s Player of the Year by the LSWA panel.