SAN BRUNO, Calif. - The West Coast Conference announced its 2014-15 Men's Tennis All-Academic Team. The list recognizes 22 student-athletes of which 12 are named to the All-Academic squad, while 16 receive Honorable Mention nod. Eight student-athletes making back-to-back appearance a year ago headline the field. Combined, Pacific led the way with five student-athletes, followed by Loyola Marymount (4), BYU, Gonzaga, and Pepperdine (3), Saint Mary's (2), and Portland, and San Francisco (1).
Multi-year recipients for academic achievements include, seniors Samuel Bloore, Saint Mary's, Felix Van Kann, Loyola Marymount, Francis Sargeant, BYU, and Todd Volmari, Loyola Marymount; and juniors Thomas Takemoto, San Francisco, Sem Verbeek, Pacific.At the conclusion of each athletic season, the WCC selects an all-academic squad for each WCC- sponsored sport. To be considered, a student-athlete must maintain at least a 3.20 cumulative grade point average, while also being a significant contributor to her team.
2014-15 WEST COAST CONFERENCE MEN'S TENNIS ALL-ACADEMIC
|Samuel Bloore||Saint Mary's||SR||Economics||3.83|
|Guilherme Hadlich||Pepperdine||SO||Pre-International Business||3.51|
|Felix Van Kann||Loyola Marymount||SR||Communication Studies||3.83|
|Thomas Takemoto||San Francisco||JR||Business||3.56|
|Sem Verbeek||Pacific||JR||Sports Medicine||3.94|
|Todd Volmari||Loyola Marymount||SR||Electrical Engineering||3.35|
2014-15 WCC MEN'S TENNIS ALL-ACADEMIC HONORABLE MENTION Daniel Alameh, Pacific; Kent Andreasen, Portland; Luke Bohuslav, Loyola Marymount; Juan Canales, BYU; Miguel Diaz, Pacific; Alex Hamilton, Pacific; Tom Hill, Pepperdine; Othar Kordsachia, Loyola Marymount; James Markiewicz, Saint Mary's; Vladimir Mijatovic, Gonzaga