Nineteen ACC Tennis Student-Athletes Tabbed as ITA All-Americans

Ten men, nine women earn recognition

GREENSBORO, N.C. (theACC.com) – Nineteen student-athletes from nine different Atlantic Coast Conference institutions have been named All-Americans, as announced by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association.

Of the 19 ACC student-athletes honored, ten men and nine women earned All-America status.

The Virginia men’s tennis team had the most of any ACC squad, as it placed four student-athletes on the list.

In order to earn ITA All-America honors, a student-athlete must meet any of the following criteria: In singles play, a student-athlete must be a Top 16 seed in NCAA Singles Championship, reach the round of 16 in the NCAA Singles Championship or finish in the Top 20 of final ITA National Singles Rankings. In doubles play, a student-athlete must be a top eight seed in NCAA Doubles Championship, reach the quarterfinals in the NCAA Doubles Championship or finish in the Top 10 of final ITA National Doubles Rankings.

ACC on 2015 ITA All-America Team (Men’s)
Nicolas Alvarez, Duke, S
Sebastian Stiefelmeyer, Louisville, S
Brayden Schnur, North Carolina, S
Quentin Monaghan, Notre Dame, S
Luca Corinteli, Virginia, D
Mitchell Frank, Virginia, S
Ryan Shane, Virginia, S/D
Thai-Son Kwiatkowski, Virginia, S
Noah Rubin, Wake Forest, S
Romain Bogaerts, Wake Forest, S

ACC on 2015 ITA All-America Team (Women’s)
Beatrice Gumulya, Clemson, D
Jessy Rompies, Clemson, D
Joana Eidukonyte, Clemson, S
Sinead Lohan, Miami, S
Stephanie Wagner, Miami, S
Hayley Carter, North Carolina, S
Jamie Loeb, North Carolina, S
Danielle Collins, Virginia, S
Julia Elbaba, Virginia, S