May 2, 2013

Michael Riechmann Named Second Team All-Ivy

PROVIDENCE, RI – Sophomore men's tennis player Michael Riechmann (Houston, TX) was named Second Team All-Ivy in singles following a vote by the League's eight head coaches.

Riechmann played #1 singles for the Bears, compiling a 9-12 record in dual matches, including a 3-4 record in Ivy League competition. Overall, Riechmann was 18-14 in singles action, earning a 9-2 record in tournament play. Riechmann also contributed in doubles action, going 22-10 overall and leading Brown with 22 doubles wins. In dual matches, Riechman was 12-7 in doubles, including a 3-3 mark in the Ivy League, while playing at all three positions.

First Team All-Ivy
Singles^
Dragos Ignat, Fr., Columbia (Bacao, Romania)
*Winston Lin, So., Columbia (Williamsville, N.Y.)
Sam Fleck, So., Cornell (Cambridge, United Kingdom)
Shaun Chaudhuri, So., Harvard (Pleasanton, Calif.)
*Denis Nguyen, So., Harvard (Anaheim, Calif.)
*Matija Pecotic, Sr., Princeton (Sliema, Malta)
*John Huang, Sr., Yale (Irvine, Calif.) 

Doubles
Ashok Narayana, So., Columbia (Houston, Texas)
Max Schnur, So., Columbia (Richmond, Va.)
*Denis Nguyen, So., Harvard (Anaheim, Calif.)
*Casey MacMaster, Jr., Harvard (Fort Collins, Colo.)
*Matija Pecotic, Sr., Princeton (Sliema, Malta)
Zack McCourt, So., Princeton (Sunrise, Fla.) 

Second Team All-Ivy
Singles
Michael Riechmann, So., Brown (Houston, Texas)
Ashok Narayana, So., Columnbia (Houston, Texas)
Andy Nguyen, Sr., Harvard (Phoenix, Ariz.)
Alex Steinroeder, So., Harvard (Concord, Mass.)
Daniel Hoffman, Sr., Yale (Atherton, Calif.)
Marc Powers, Sr., Yale (Stamford, Conn.) 

Doubles
Sam Fleck, So., Cornell (Cambridge, United Kingdom)
Xander Centenari, Sr., Dartmouth (Towson, Md.)
Brandon DeBot, Jr., Dartmouth (Stevens Point, Wis.)
Andy Nguyen, Sr., Harvard (Phoenix, Ariz.)
Daniel Hoffman, Sr., Yale (Atherton, Calif.)
Marc Powers, Sr., Yale (Stamford, Conn.) 

Player of the Year
Matija Pecotic, Sr., Princeton (Sliema, Malta) 

Rookie of the Year
Dragos Ignat, Fr., Columbia (Bacao, Romania) 

*Unanimous Selection
^Due to ties in the voting, there are seven singles players on the first team