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April 28, 2011
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Huntingdon College
News Release

2011 Men's And Women's Tennis All-Conference Awards Announced

Contact: Timmy McCormack, Interim Sports Information Director


LaGrange, GA – The Great South Athletic Conference announced its All-Conference teams for men’s and women’s tennis for the 2011 season earlier today with Agnes Scott College sweeping the women’s top three individual honors while Piedmont and Huntingdon split the Player, Freshman, and Coach of the Year awards on the men’s side of the court.

On the women’s side, the GSAC Player of the Year is Rachel Storz from Agnes Scott College who posted a perfect 7-0 record in league action without dropping a set in conference play to earn her second straight Player of the Year honor. Joining Storz as an individual award winner in 2011 was teammate Mariel Herrera of Agnes Scott who was named the Women’s Tennis Freshman of the Year finishing undefeated in GSAC play at 7-0 also not dropping a set to a conference foe.

For his efforts guiding the Scotties to a regular season championship in women’s tennis, Agnes Scott Head Coach Glen Hill was named the GSAC Coach of the Year for the third time in four years. The veteran leader’s squad finished the league season undefeated at 7-0 to earn the #1 seed in the upcoming championship tournament to defend their 2010 title.

On the men’s side, Moses Das of Piedmont College earns his second straight nod as the GSAC Player of the Year finishing league action with a 5-1 record taking 11 of the 14 sets he played in conference. The GSAC Men’s Tennis Freshman of the Year is Tyler Creamer of Huntingdon College who carried an undefeated 6-0 record at the #2 singles slot for the regular season champion Hawks.

Named Men’s Tennis Coach of the Year was Huntingdon Head Coach Charlie Lane who led his Hawks to a flawless 6-0 record in GSAC play on the season. By virtue of their undefeated finish, the Hawks also grab the #1 seed for the upcoming championship tournament as well.

2011 Women’s Tennis Year-End Honors
Player of the Year – Rachel Storz, Agnes Scott
Freshman of the Year – Mariel Herrera, Agnes Scott
Coach of the Year – Glenn Hill, Agnes Scott

2011 Men’s Tennis Year-End Honors
Player of the Year – Moses Das, Piedmont
Freshman of the Year – Tyler Creamer, Huntingdon
Coach of the Year – Charlie Lane, Huntingdon

GSAC Women’s Tennis Singles All-Conference Team
#1 Singles – Rachel Storz, Agnes Scott
#1 Singles – Katie Scott, Huntingdon
#1 Singles – Morgan Douglas, Maryville
#2 Singles – Mariel Herrera, Agnes Scott
#2 Singles – Hannah Creamer, Huntingdon
#2 Singles – Lauren Holloway, Spelman
#3 Singles – Natalie Mayer, Agnes Scott
#3 Singles – Kristen McDaniel, Huntingdon
#4 Singles – Danielle Patton, Agnes Scott
#4 Singles – Jacyln Crossman, Huntingdon
#5 Singles – Hannah Kraus, Agnes Scott
#6 Singles – Kati Bryant, Huntingdon

GSAC Men’s Tennis Singles All-Conference Team
#1 Singles – Moses Das, Piedmont
#1 Singles – Zach Molin, Huntingdon
#2 Singles – Tyler Creamer, Huntingdon
#2 Singles – Joel Silverberg, Piedmont
#3 Singles – Sean Jackson, Huntingdon
#4 Singles – Chris Davidson, Piedmont
#5 Singles – B.J. Foroughian, Huntingdon
#6 Singles – Jay Evans, Piedmont

GSAC Women’s Tennis Doubles All-Conference Team
#1 Doubles – Rachel Storz & Natalie Mayer, Agnes Scott
#2 Doubles – Hannah Kraus & Mariel Herrera, Agnes Scott
#3 Doubles – Danielle Patton & Lauren Rives, Agnes Scott

GSAC Men’s Tennis Doubles All-Conference Team

#1 Doubles – Moses Das & Patrick Steck, Piedmont
#2 Doubles – Larry Pritchett & Tyler Creamer, Huntingdon
#3 Doubles – Justin Gilleland & Chris Davidson, Piedmont

GSAC Women’s Tennis All-Freshman Team
Mariel Herrera, Agnes Scott
Hannah Creamer, Huntingdon
Kemi Oyewole, Spelman
Alexis Mastmeier, Agnes Scott
Kelly Stephens, Maryville
Caroline Brashier, LaGrange

GSAC Men’s Tennis All-Freshman Team
Tyler Creamer, Huntingdon
Jay Evans, Piedmont
Chris Davidson, Piedmont
Dylan Carr, Huntingdon

GSAC Women’s Tennis All-Academic Team

Agnes Scott College
Rachel Storz
Hannah Kraus

Huntingdon College
Christian Vick
Jaclyn Crossman
Katie Scott
Kati Bryant

LaGrange College
Kelsey Ellison
Jessica Shaver
Kelsey Tinker

Maryville College
Morgan Douglas
Rachel Hutson

Piedmont College
Jen Granlund
Lauren Hodges
Lauren Anderson
Maria Carter

Salem College
Katherine Elliot
Kim Wisen
Zoe Fawcett
Amy Allison

Spelman College
Kyla Gaines
Sydney Davis
Adanne Ebo
Adamma Ebo

Wesleyan College
Kellie Cauley
Katherine McIntosh
Soshawn Blair
Yuzhe Shen

GSAC Men’s Tennis All-Academic Team

Huntingdon College
Larry Pritchett

LaGrange College
Dale Brown
Kaylen Short

Maryville College
Christian Lockhart

GSAC Women’s Individual Sportsmanship Award
Agnes Scott – Lauren Rives
Huntingdon – Christian Vick
LaGrange – Kelsey Tinker
Maryville – Morgan Douglas
Piedmont – Ashley Fannon
Salem – Amy Allison
Spelman – Tyler Clark
Wesleyan – Ashley Jackson

GSAC Men’s Individual Sportsmanship Award
Huntingdon – Dylan Carr
LaGrange – Dale Brown
Maryville – Christian Lockhart
Piedmont – Moses Das


Hodge Patterson
Sports Information Director
Phone: (334) 833-4579

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