Georgetown News
Men's Tennis - Mon, May. 19, 2008

Georgetown College Tennis was honored with five team members being named NAIA All-Americans to cap off a very successful season.

Georgetown College Tennis was honored with five team members being named NAIA All-Americans to cap off a very successful season.

From the men's team, Matias Carcamo was selected as a member of the NAIA All-American second team, the highest individual honor for the school. The junior from Temuco, Chile will return as the Tiger's top seed next season, as will Andres Escalante, a junior from Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela, who was named an honorable mention selection.

Both Emily Kerrick (Lexington, Ky.) and Sarah Yost (Manchester, Ky.) repeated as honorable mention selections. The juniors were joined by freshman Adrienne Bartlett (Louisville, Ky.), also an honorable mention honoree.

The women's team ended the year 13-9 after the school's first appearance as a qualifier in the NAIA National Tournament in Mobile, Ala. and lose only one senior. The ladies, who ended the year ranked 14th, received a special honor, being chosen as the 2008 Champions of Character team from all 138 member schools. In addition, Head Coach Kevin Calhoun was named the Mid-South Conference Coach of the Year. The men's team ended the year with an appearance in the NAIA Region XI Tournament in Nashville, Tn. and an overall record of 8-13.

 
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