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Six Tennis Players Earn All-MAAC

Tiffany Ash carried an undefeated record in singles and doubles throughout the conference season for Loyola.

Tiffany Ash carried an undefeated record in singles and doubles throughout the conference season for Loyola.

April 26, 2013

WEST WINDSOR, N.J. - Six players on the Loyola University Maryland women's tennis team earned All-MAAC honors Friday night. 

Tiffany Ash was named to the All-MAAC First Team at No. 6 singles, and freshmen Haleigh Morgus and Emily Hughes sealed No. 1 doubles.

Megan Hahn received All-MAAC Second Team honors at No. 1 singles along with senior captain Scarlett Hoy at No. 4 singles. Hahn also landed #2 doubles with teammate Olivia Ott, as Hoy and Ash took #3 doubles.

Additionally, six Greyhounds were named to the MAAC All-Academic Teams. C.J. Chomeau, Bobby Gorczakowski and Connor Lisco were honored on the men's side, as Ash, Gabriella DeCarvalho and Ott were recognized for the women. 

The women ended the season with a record of 14-6 and 4-3 in the conference. With a 7-0 victory against Saint Peter's to end their conference schedule, the Greyhounds sealed the No. 4 seed in the MAAC Championships this weekend.

Ash carried an undefeated record in the MAAC of 6-0 at #6 singles this season, as well as a 6-0 record at #3 doubles with Hoy.


 

 

Morgus and Hughes received All-MAAC First Team honors after leading the Greyhounds at #1 doubles through the season. The duo finished the season with a 6-1 record in the conference. 

Hahn started her career with Loyola at #1 singles and was recognized for finishing the season 6-1 with All-MAAC Second Team honors.

Hahn and Ott teamed up at #2 doubles for the Greyhounds this season closing with a 3-4 record in the conference. The pair ended the regular season schedule with 21 victories in doubles for Loyola.

Hoy finished with an outstanding career with the Greyhounds as she is honored with All-MAAC Second Team recognition for her 3-3 record at #4 singles.

The Loyola men and women will play Saturday in the MAAC Semifinals at Mercer County Park in West Windsor, N. J. The women will take on No. 1 seed Fairfield University at 10 a.m., and the men will face No. 1 Marist College at 2 p.m.

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