Five named All-OAC in Men's Tennis; Rohan named OAC Coach of the Year
By: Andrew Korba
ADA -- Five member of the Ohio Northern men's tennis team were named All-OAC in voting done by the league's head coaches.
Senior Joey Frank and junior Do Thai earned First Team All-OAC status, junior Josh Saunders was named Second Team All-OAC and freshman John Mostowy and junior Blake Troller both earned Honorable Mention All-OAC status.
In addition, head coach Bob Rohan was named OAC Coach of the Year for the third time.
Frank earns his fourth straight First Team All-OAC honor, after going 37-17 on the season, including a 15-3 mark in OAC play.
He broke the program record for overall wins and doubles victories on April 30 and concludes his career with 152 career wins.
Thai earns his second First Team All-OAC honor.
He posted a 17-1 mark in OAC play and has dropped just one match in conference in three seasons.
Saunders earns his second consecutive All-OAC nod, after going 15-1 in OAC competition.
On the season, he posted a record of 35-14, including an 18-3 mark at No. 2 doubles.
Mostowy led the team in singles wins (19), doubles wins (21) and overall wins (40).
He went did not drop a match in OAC singles or doubles play this season.
Troller posted a perfect 9-0 record in OAC singles play on the season.
He had an overall record of 32-13, including a 16-1 mark in OAC play.
Ohio Northern won the OAC Regular Season and Tournament titles and advanced the NCAA III Tournament Second Round for the fourth time in program history.