MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE ANNOUNCES MEN'S TENNIS ACADEMIC ALL-MAC TEAM
For Immediate Release--Thursday, May 26, 2011
Cleveland, Ohio - The Mid-American Conference (MAC) announced the 2011 Men's Tennis Academic All-MAC Team as voted by the league Faculty Athletic Representatives with six student-athletes named.
Heading the list were two three-time Academic All-MAC selections, including seniors Knot Likitkumchorn of Toledo and Kazuya Komada of Western Michigan. Two others were two-time Academic All-MAC selections, including Cliff Morrison of Ball State and Pablo Olivarez of Western Michigan. First time honorees included Ball State's Dalton Albertin and Buffalo's Wojceich Starakiewicz to round out the 2011 Academic All-MAC squad.
Conference champion Ball State placed two honorees as junior Cliff Morrison was joined by sophomore Dalton Albertin, while regular season champion Western Michigan also placed two honorees-Kazuya Komada and Pablo Olivarez.
Nominees must have a minimum 3.20 cumulative grade point average to be eligible for the team.
2011 Men's Tennis Academic All-MAC Team
Dalton Albertin, Ball State, Sophomore, Exercise Science, Sports Administration, 3.72, Indianapolis, Ind.
&Cliff, Morrison, Ball State, Junior, Actuarial Science, 3.53, South Africa
Wojceich Starakiewicz, Buffalo, Junior, Communication, 3.86, Warsaw, Poland
&#Knot Likitkumchorn, Toledo, Senior, Mechanical Engineering, 3.76, Yala, Thailand
&#Kazuya Komada, Western Michigan, Senior, Marketing, 3.60, Osaka, Japan
&Pablo Olivarez, Western Michigan, Junior, Civil Engineering, 3.70, Muntinlupa City, Philippines
&2010 Academic All-MAC Team
#2009 Academic All-MAC Team