1993 All-Met Boys Tennis Team
Tuesday, May 25, 1993
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Repeat All-Met. Won boys singles title in Ben
Johns Invitational and Episcopal tournament. Finished 17-2 at No. 1
singles for IAC champions. Ranked No. 9 in Mid-Atlantic Tennis
Association 18s last year.
COACH OF THE YEAR
In 25th year coaching Bears, led team to 21st IAC championship and
12-1 overall record.
Three-time All-Met. Won Easter Bowl tournament 16s division last
year. Currently playing in Europe with U.S. junior national team.
Ben Johns Invitational runner-up. Finished 14-2 at No. 1 singles.
Won Woodberry tournament in March. Ranked No. 3 in MATA 18s this year.
Finished 10-2 at No. 1 singles. Won Great Falls District singles and
doubles championships. Ranked No. 4 in MATA 18s.
Played No. 1 singles for Gonzaga, which won ninth consecutive Metro
Conference championship. Ranked No. 2 in MATA 18s.
Repeat All-Met. Was 10-0 for Saxons before injuring hand. Led
Langley to Virginia AAA championships in 1991 and 1992.
Repeat All-Met. Metro Conference champion was 14-0 at No. 1 singles.
Ranked No. 7 in MATA 18s. Semifinalist in Western Open national
Repeat All-Met. Montgomery County champion was 14-0 at No. 1
singles. Defending Maryland state champion.
Fritz Allhoff, Wakefield,
Michael Anderson, St. Anselm's,
Josh Detwiler, W.T. Woodson,
Marc Dorfman, Wootton,
Mike Gill, King George,
Randy Halfpap, Northern,
Tony Hur, Sidwell Friends,
Jamal Johnson, McKinley,
John Leary, Georgetown Prep,
Mike Madl, Ireton,
Nate Martin, George Mason,
Rob Penner, Walter Johnson,
Tim Pewett, Annandale,
Ben Rawitt, Severna Park,
Chris Seeger, Madison,
Jordan Szekely, Bullis,
Matt Tight, Gonzaga,
Jerrod Toney, Eastern,
Giac Tran, Chopticon,
Kyle Wood, Centreville
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