Men's Tennis

    Monette, Tasic Earn Big Ten Honors

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    April 24, 2014

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Sophomore Sam Monette and senior Dimitrije Tasic have earned recognition from the Big Ten as the conference announced the men’s tennis awards today.

     

    Monette, who posted a 20-10 record in singles action this season, was named to the Second Team All-Big Ten. Monette’s wins included a victory against No. 10 ranked Gonzales Austin from Vanderbilt.

     

    Tasic was the Sportsmanship honoree for the Hoosiers.

     

    The IU men’s tennis team won their first round match against Minnesota and will play Illinois tomorrow at 2:00 p.m. in the quarterfinals.

     

    MEN’S TENNIS ALL-BIG TEN TEAMS

     

    First-Team All-Big Ten

    FARRIS GOSEA, Illinois

    Jared Hiltzik, Illinois

    Tim Kopinski, Illinois

    Alex Petrone, Michigan

    Drew Lied, Michigan State

    LEANDRO TOLEDO, Minnesota

    Dusty Boyer, Nebraska

    Sam Shropshire, Northwestern

    Raleigh Smith, Northwestern

    PETER KOBELT, Ohio State

    Herkko Pollanen, Ohio State

    LEONARD STAKHOVSKY, Penn State

     

    Second-Team All-Big Ten*

    Sam Monette, Indiana

    Jonas Dierckx, Iowa

    John Patrick Mullane, Michigan State

    Hunter Callahan, Ohio State

    Kevin Metka, Ohio State

    Ralf Steinbach, Ohio State

    Russell Bader, Penn State

    Mark Kovacs, Purdue

    Ricky Medinilla, Purdue

     

    Unanimous selections in CAPS

    * Additional honorees due to a tie

     

    INDIVIDUAL AWARDS

    Athlete of the Year: Farris Gosea, Illinois

    Freshman of the Year: Sam Shropshire, Northwestern


     

     

    Coach of the Year: Ty Tucker, Ohio State

     

    SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD HONOREES

    Tim Kopinski, Illinois

    Dimitrije Tasic, Indiana

    Michael Swank, Iowa

    Shaun Bernstein, Michigan

    Aaron Pfister, Michigan State

    Jack Hamburg, Minnesota

    Marc Herrmann, Nebraska

    Alex Pasareanu, Northwestern

    Hunter Callahan, Ohio State

    Matt Barry, Penn State

    Aaron Dujovne, Purdue

    John Zordani, Wisconsin

     


       

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