All-Conference Men's Tennis Team; Washington's Cranford Named Player of the Year

Adam Cranford, Washington College
Adam Cranford, Washington College

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First-Team Singles

Name                                  
Adam Cranford, Washington College ++                
Kevin Caulfield, Haverford *                
Ross Silverberg, Franklin & Marshall (A) #                
Ross Anstaett, Dickinson (A) ++                
Warren Elgort, Johns Hopkins (A) #                
Andy Hersh, Johns Hopkins #                 

 

First-Team Doubles

Name                                  
Kevin Caulfield, Haverford # and Danny Himelstein, Haverford #                
Jacob Barnaby, Johns Hopkins *  and Casey Blythe, Johns Hopkins *                
Kevin Papen, Washington College (A) and Aaron Ellison, Washington College                 

 
 

Second-Team Singles

Name                                  
Andrew Wang, Johns Hopkins +                
Chris Curran, Gettysburg (A) #                
Will MacArthur, Franklin & Marshall                
Max Kaye, Swarthmore                
Evan Stuchin, Ursinus                
Casey Blythe, Johns Hopkins                 

 

Second-Team Doubles

Name                                  
Max Bressman, Swarthmore and Max Kaye, Swarthmore                
Ross Silverberg, Franklin & Marshall (A) and Will MacArthur, Franklin & Marshall    
Warren Elgort, Johns Hopkins (A) and Andrew Wang, Johns Hopkins                 

 

++ 1st team All-Centennial in 2008, 2009 and 2010
+ 1st team All-Centennial in 2009 and 2010
* 1st team All-Centennial in 2010
# 2nd team All-Centennial in 2010
(A) Named to Academic Honor Roll in 2011

 

Player of the Year – Adam Cranford, Washington College, Sr.
Coach of the Year
– Chuck Willenborg, Johns Hopkins

 

Notes

  • Cranford is the seventh Washington College player (13th selection) and first since 2007 to earn Centennial Player of the Year honors. 
  • Anstaett and Cranford became the fifth and sixth players in Conference history to receive first-team All-Centennial laurels four times.
  • Five students were also named to the Conference Academic Honor Roll, which recognizes sophomores, junior and seniors who are key performers and have a 3.40 cumulative grade point average or higher.