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1992 All-Met Boys Tennis Team

Tuesday, June 9, 1992

PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Paul Goldstein
Sidwell Friends
Sophomore
Repeat All-Met. Two-time Ben Johns Invitational champion at No. 1 singles; boys 16-an-under champion at Easter Bowl Classic national tournament.

COACHES OF THE YEAR
Tim Johnson
St. Albans
Led 9-2 Bulldogs to first Interstate Athletic Conference regular season title since 1945. Team 17-5 over past two seasons.

Isom Upkins
Wilson
Directed Tigers to DCIAA co-ed team championship with 14-1 record. Nine-year career record of 138-6.

FIRST TEAM
Daniel Chung
Walter Johnson
Senior
Repeat All-Met. Two-time Montgomery County champion. Will attend Harvard.

Nathan Cowles
Landon
Junior
Ranked in top 10 of Mid-Atlantic Tennis Associationís 18-and-under division; 12-2 during regular season; semifinalist of Ben Johns Invitational tournament.

Jeremy Gans
Bullis
Senior
Undefeated (16-0) this season and finished with career record of 58-4; won No. 2 singles title in Ben Johns Invitational. Will attend Cornell.

Siddharth Nadkarni
St. Albans
Senior
Ben Johns Invitational runner-up at No. 1 singles; led Bulldogs to their first IAC title since 1945. Finished 9-4.

Collin Parker
Bullis
Senior
Four-time all-IAC was All-Met as a sophomore, honorable mention as a junior. Finished 12-4 this season.

Bear Schofield
Langley
Sophomore
Virginia AAA Northern Region and Great Falls District singles champion; 22-0 during regular season.

Colin Smeeton
OíConnell
Sophomore
Metro Conference and Virginia Catholic Schools tournament singles champion; 18-1 regular season record.

Hyon Yoo
Wheaton
Freshman
Maryland state and District II singles champion. Finished 21-1 and is ranked No. 2 in MATA boys 14-and-under division.

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