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The Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) announced its 2012 Men’s Tennis Awards on Tuesday and three Gustavus players garnered All-Conference in both singles and doubles. Junior Amrik Donkena (Rochester, Minn.) and sophomores Juan Luis Chu (Lima, Peru) and Mya Smith-Dennis (Savage, Minn.) were selected by a vote of the league’s coaches as representatives on the 2012 All-MIAC singles and doubles teams.
The Gustavus men's tennis team earned an automatic berth to the NCAA Championship by winning the 2012 MIAC Playoff Title with impressive wins over St. Thomas, 5-1 in the semifinals, and Carleton, 5-0 in the championship match on Saturday night in St. Peter, Minn. The Gusties defended last year’s playoff title, improving to 20-7, and achieved their fifth MIAC postseason championship since the tournament began in 2007.
Gustavus men’s tennis player Daniel Pomeranc (Sau Paulo, Brazil) has been named MIAC Men’s Tennis Athlete of the Week for his outstanding play at the 2012 ITA National Indoor Championship last weekend in St. Peter, Minn. Pomeranc won all three of his doubles competitions at the No. 3 spot, all of which were against nationally ranked squads.
The Gustavus men’s tennis team fell to another nationally ranked squad Saturday in St. Peter, Minn., this time to eighth-ranked Pomona-Pitzer Colleges 6-3 in an ITA National Indoor Consolation Semifinal match. The Gusties fall to 5-4 on the season, while the Sagehens improve to 1-2.
The Gustavus men’s tennis team claimed 8-of-9 competitions against Hamline University on Saturday morning at the University of Minnesota’s Baseline Tennis Center, earning its first victory of the season. The Gusties started the year with a pair of losses to Hawaii Pacific University (1-8) and BYU-Hawaii (4-5) last week in Hawaii.
The Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference announced the 2010 Men's Tennis Awards recently and five members of the conference champion Gusties were named to the All-Conference Team. That group included Amrik Donkena, Patrick Clark, Tyler Johnson, and Daniel Pomeranc in singles and Donkena and Johnson, and Clark and Kyle Olson in doubles.