CENTER VALLEY, Pa. - Three Loyola University Maryland tennis players – Megan Hahn, Haleigh Morgus and Connor Pietrak – were named to the Academic All-Patriot League on Thursday for their performance on the court and in the classroom.
Morgus and Pietrak earned selection to the teams for the third time, while Hahn picked up the recognition for the first time. Six men were selected, while seven women were honored due to a tie in the voting.
Entering her senior season, Morgus carried a 3.991 grade-point average as a political science major. Earlier this month, she received an award for having the highest GPA by a graduating senior female student-athlete.
She performed at her highest at the end of the season, winning 10 of her final 11 singles matches and finished the year with a 20-7 record. During her four-year career, she went 67-32 in singles and 63-33 in doubles action.
Hahn has posted a 3.582 GPA in chemistry and biology on a pre-medicine track. The Greyhounds’ No. 1 doubles player during her four-year career, Hahn posted an 18-11 record in singles and 19-15 mark in doubles play this season.
Over her career at Loyola, Hahn compiled 72 singles victories, four shy of tying the school record. She also posted 66 doubles wins while helping Loyola post a 48-30 team record.
Pietrak was a two-time men’s tennis Most Valuable Player on the court in 2014 and 2015 while posting 56 singles and 54 doubles wins throughout his four years at Loyola.
This season, Pietrak, who carries a 3.749 GPA as a business administration major, went 20-16 in singles action and 16-13 in doubles play. He was also a member of a Loyola’s team that won regional 2016 Global Investment Research Challenge.
Loyola was the lone program to have two women named to the seven-member team, while the three overall were most among any Patriot League school.