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Markusic Voted All-CACC First Team; USciences Wins Team Sportsmanship Award

Markusic Voted All-CACC First Team; USciences Wins Team Sportsmanship Award

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – USciences freshman Borna Markusic was one of six individuals voted to the 2019 All-Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) First Team, it was revealed on Tuesday. 

University of the Sciences was also announced as the Team Sportsmanship Award winner for the first time in program history. 

Markusic becomes the fifth Devil to receive All-CACC First Team honors in the 11-year history of the league. 

Competing as USciences' primary No. 1, he led the Devils with nine singles victories this season, including winning a team-high three matches in CACC play. 

Two of his nine wins came at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) East Regionals, where he advanced to the Round of 16 in the singles bracket.

Markusic also advanced to the Round of 32 in doubles play with partner Borna Novak, one of his team-best nine doubles triumphs on the year.

2019 CACC Men's Tennis Awards

2019 CACC MEN'S TENNIS PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Eymeric Chevalier (Concordia College)

2019 CACC MEN'S TENNIS ROOKIE OF THE YEAR

Konstantin Belov (Post University)

2019 CACC MEN'S TENNIS COACH OF THE YEAR

Neil Tarangioli (Concordia College)

2019 CACC MEN'S TENNIS TEAM SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD

University of the Sciences

2019 CACC MEN'S TENNIS REGULAR SEASON CHAMPION

Concordia College

2019 CACC MEN'S TENNIS ALL-CONFERENCE FIRST TEAM

Konstantin Belov (Post University)

Eymeric Chevalier (Concordia College)

Michele Fenoaltea (Concordia College)

Nino Krneta (Post University)

Borna Markusic (University of the Sciences)

Thomas Pitchley (Chestnut Hill College)

2019 CACC MEN'S TENNIS ALL-CONFERENCE SECOND TEAM

Kai Adler (Chestnut Hill College)

Jesus Darias (Chestnut Hill College)

Jan Godfrey Seno (Concordia College)

Henry Masters (Concordia College)

William Nilsson (Concordia College)

Liviu Trifoi (Jefferson)