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West Coast Conference Announces 2014-15 Men's Tennis All-Academic Team

April 30, 2015

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

NAME SCHOOL CLASS MAJOR GPA
Samuel Bloore Saint Mary's SR Economics 3.83
Marlon Brand Pacific Sr Business 3.85
Guilherme Hadlich Pepperdine SO Pre-International Business 3.51
Nick Kamisar Gonzaga SR Business 3.68
Felix Van Kann Loyola Marymount SR Communication Studies 3.83
Alvaro Nazal Gonzaga JR Accounting 3.84
Robin Pfister BYU SO Neuroscience 3.75
Francis Sargeant BYU SR Sociology 3.45
Thomas Takemoto San Francisco JR Business 3.56
Rakshay Thakkar Pepperdine SR Economics 3.62
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