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1995 All-Met Boys Tennis Team

Thursday, May 25, 1995

PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Alex Kim
Churchill
Sophomore
Member of U.S. junior national development team. No. 1 in MATA 18-under. 1994 USTA International Junior Hardcourts champion. Two-time All-Met

COACH OF THE YEAR
Ray Lelii
Gonzaga
In 31st and final season, led 16-1 Purple Eagles to 11th straight league title

FIRST TEAM
Tommy Croker
St. Stephen's/SA
Sophomore
15-2 overall. Ben Johns Invitational champion; No. 7 in MATA 18-and-under

Tim Csontos
Flint Hill
Senior
10-0 overall. Has won 35 consecutive matches; Will attend William and Mary

Marc Dorfman
Wootton
Junior
14-2 overall. Montgomery County runner-up; No. 6 MATA 18-and-under

Rob Flade
Yorktown
Sophomore
23-0 overall. Virginia AAA Northern Region and National District champion

Matt Meiners
DeMatha
Junior
13-2 overall. Washington Catholic Athletic Conference singles champion

Derrick Nguyen
Quince Orchard
Sophomore
16-1. Montgomery County No. 1 singles champion; No. 3 MATA 16-and-under

Artin Sookazian
Oakton
Senior
20-2 overall. Concorde District champion; two-time Northern Region semifinalist

Jordan Szekely
Bullis
Senior
15-3 for IAC champions. Ben Johns Invitational runner-up

HONORABLE MENTION
Jeff Barnes, Gonzaga; Patrick Bartlett, Clarke County; Tim Brown, Churchill; Andrew Carlson, Arundel; James Elliott, South Lakes; Jason Engel, Wilde Lake; Matt Graves, Central; Donny Hodge, Madison; Tucker Jones, Marshall; Vinod Kannarkat, Landon; Jay Kimmel, Chesapeake; John Leary, Georgetown Prep; Josh Levin, Gar-Field; Greg Malawer, Langley; David Martin, Wilson; Richard Nguyen, Langley; Nathan Shanks, West Potomac; Tobin Smith, Potomac School; Kim Sparrow, Jefferson; David Terrill, Woodbridge; Alex Vittraino, Marshall; Andrew Vu, South Lakes; Steve Whyte, Lake Braddock.

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