Sosonkin & Nguyen Earn All-CACC Honors

Sosonkin & Nguyen Earn All-CACC Honors

New Haven, Conn. - The Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Men's Tennis All-Conference award winners were announced on Wednesday by Commissioner Dan Mara. The Devils placed two finalists amongst the award winners. Senior Jake Sosonkin took first team honors, while Nathan Nguyen followed up with all-conference second team honors. 

Sosonkin racked up 20 total wins on the season with eight of them coming on the singles court. As he would go on his way to become the all-time men's tennis career singles record holder.

Nguyen tallied 22 wins between his doubles and singles play with 12 wins coming in doubles play and 10 in singles action. Nguyen jumped started his season undefeated in the fall through two matches on both courts, including wins at DI LaSalle.

The complete list of award winners are as follows:

Every all-conference honoree and major award winner will be taking part in this weekend's CACC Championship tournament, which will be held Saturday-Sunday on the Chestnut Hill campus in Philadelphia. The semifinals will be held on Saturday with CHC facing PhilaU in the first match at 10 a.m., followed by the second contest at 1 p.m. between Post and USciences. Saturday's two winners will advance to Sunday's championship final, which will be contested at 1 p.m. at CHC.

2017 CACC MEN'S TENNIS PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Pierre Kohler (Chestnut Hill College) 

2017 CACC MEN'S TENNIS ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
Antoine Gautier (Chestnut Hill College)

2017 BSN SPORTS CACC MEN'S TENNIS COACH OF THE YEAR
Ryan Gargullo (Chestnut Hill)

2017 CACC MEN'S TENNIS TEAM SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD
Bloomfield College

2017 CACC MEN'S TENNIS ALL-CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM
Felix Andre (Chestnut Hill College)
Nikola Crvelin (Post University)
Jonathan Ducretot (Chestnut Hill College)
Pierre Kohler (Chestnut Hill College)
Ivan Rajevac (Post University)
Jake Sosonkin (University of the Sciences)

2017 CACC MEN'S TENNIS ALL-CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM
Jacobo Atri (Philadelphia University)
Antoine Gautier (Chestnut Hill College)
Oskar Haedicke (Philadelphia University)
Ludvig Henrikson (Post University)
Luis Molina (Philadelphia University)
Nathan Nguyen (University of the Sciences)