Three Rams Receive All-Skyline Men's Tennis Honors

Three Rams Receive All-Skyline Men's Tennis Honors


Lawrenceville, N.J. - The Farmingdale State men's tennis team had three players receive All-Skyline Conference Honors this season. Sophomore Joe Passarella (Flushing, N.Y./Holy Cross) was named First Team All- Skyline, while freshman Tom Johnsen (Hauppauge, N.Y./Hauppauge) and senior Matt Kaczmarczyk (West Babylon, N.Y./West Babylon) were named to the Second Team. Farmingdale State head coach Adam Waterhouse was named Skyline Conference Coach of the Year and the team received the Sportsmanship Award.

Passarella finished the year with a 6-4 record at #1 singles and was 6-3 in #1 doubles. He closed out the regular season by winning his last three singles and doubles matches.

Johnsen, playing in his first collegiate season, finished with a perfect 10-0 record in #3 singles.  Playing mainly #2 doubles, Johnsen finished the season with an 8-2 record.

Kaczmarczyk held a 7-3 record at #2 singles and the same 7-3 record playing most of the season in the #1 doubles position.

 

PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Yan Krasny, Polytechnic Institute of NYU

ROOKIE OF THE YEAR:
Kevin Mirabao, College of Mount Saint Vincent

COACH OF THE YEAR:
Adam Waterhouse, Farmingdale State College

MEN’S TENNIS TEAM SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD:
Farmingdale State


FIRST TEAM:
Dan Celentano, St. Joseph’s
Zach Charles, Yeshiva
Joe Meilak, Mount Saint Vincent
Kevin Mirabao, Mount Saint Vincent
Quinn Olbrich, Bard
Joe Passarella, Farmingdale State College

SECOND TEAM:
Keith Houghtaling, St. Joseph’s
Joseph Itkis, Yeshiva
Tom Johnsen, Farmingdale State
Matt Kaczmarczyk, Farmingdale State

Nico Marceca, Purchase
Matthew Plen, Purchase

 

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