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2012 NCAC Men's Tennis Players of the Week

April 23rd

Paul Burgin, Kenyon
(Baltimore, MD/Pikesville)

Kenyon’s No. 1 player, junior Paul Burgin picked up four more match wins this week. At No. 1 singles, he defeated his counterparts from Oberlin and Ohio Wesleyan while dropping just two games. He paird up with two different teammates in doubles play, but the results were the same. Burgin did his part in an 8-1 win at No. 1 doubles against Oberlin and in an 8-2 win at No. 2 doubles against Ohio Wesleyan.

April 16th

Logan Chun, Oberlin
(Honolulu, HI/Iolani)

Oberlin freshman Logan Chun helped the Yeomen improve to 10-10 on the year, marking the most wins in a season for the Yeomen since 2006 when they went 14-9. Chun went unbeaten at No. 1 singles, winning against Albion and Alma, and was a perfect 3-0 at No. 2 doubles defeating Albion, Alma and Calvin.

April 9th

Tom Cawood, Denison
(East Lansing, MI/East Lansing)

Denison senior Tom Cawood went a combined 4-0 in singles and doubles competition winning a three-set decision against Dayton and posting a straight-set win against the Yeomen. He. along with fellow senior Tim Martin (Oak Park, IL/Oak Park-River Forest), posted an 8-5 win at No. 2 doubles against the Flyers, and won 8-2 at the first flight against Oberlin.

April 2nd

Nate Koelper, Wabash
(Fort Wayne, IN/Concordia)

Wabash sophomore Nate Koelper won all three matches in the number five singles draw to win the individual title at the 2012 Kerry Seward Memorial Tournament last weekend. He scored straight-set wins in all three matches, recording a 6-1, 6-1 win in the first round, a 6-4, 6-4 victory in the semifinals and a 7-5, 7-5 win in the championship round.  

March 26th

Pat Cole, Allegheny
Livonia, MI/University of Detroit Jesuit

Allegheny sophomore Pat Cole posted a 4-0 record at No. 1 singles last week. Cole started the week by defeating No. 22 regionally ranked Chris Kuna of Wisconsin Eau-Claire 6-1, 6-0 and went on to defeat No. 10 regionally ranked Brian McCarthy 6-4, 6-1. Cole also partnered with Kevin Kacer to win a doubles match against the
No. 15 regionally ranked tandem.

March 19th

Juan Guerra, Denison
(Midland, MI/H.H. Dow)

Denison sophomore Juan Guerra (Midland, MI/H.H. Dow) logged seven wins last week after posting a 3-0 record in singles play and a 4-0 mark at the third doubles flight. In singles action, Guerra won a straight-set decision at No. 3 singles against Lake Forest College. The sophomore followed that up wtih back-to-back straight-set victories at the first flight against Division II Kutztown and Connecticut College. In doubles play, Guerra logged a pair of shutout wins against Lake Forest and Conneticut College. He also won 8-2 and 8-4 decisions against Macalester and Kutztown, respectively.

March 12th

Ian Streicker, Wittenberg
(South Lebanon, OH/Loveland)

Wittenberg Freshman Ian Streicker went 4-1 on the week at No. 1 singles, including a close 10-7 tiebreaker victory against Duncan Miller of Methodist. Streicker holds an overall record of 10-7, including going 8-3 at the No. 1 position in singles play. 

March 5th

Paul Burgin, Kenyon
(Baltimore, MD/Pikesville)

Kenyon junior Paul Burgin went undefeated in singles and doubles competition in two matches on Sunday in California. He first picked up a No. 1 single, three-set victory over Fabricio Moncada of St. Johns (MN) who is ranked 21st in the country. He also paired with Kevin Ye (Duluth, GA/Woodward Acad.) to take an 8-3 win at No. 3 doubles against St. Johns. Against Swarthmore, he picked up a 6-4, 6-1 victory over Zak Kelm.

February 27th

Tim Rosensteel, Kenyon
(East Windsor, NJ/Peddie)

Kenyon freshman Tim Rosensteel, playing at No. 5 singles, won all three of his singles matches to help lead the Lords to a third-place finish at the ITA National Indoor Championships in St. Peter, Minnesota.

February 19th

Landon Moore, Wooster
(Sudbury, MA/Lincoln-Sudbury Regional)

Wooster sophomore Landon Moore helped the Fighting Scots earn a 7-2 triumph over Otterbein in the first-ever tennis match played in the Scot Center. Moore swept his Otterbein opponent at No. 1 singles 6-1, 6-1, and was part of an 8-4 triumph at No. 1 doubles.