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Men’s tennis has six ITA scholar honors
Team produces 3.41 GPA in 2012-13, earns All-Academic distinction
August 9, 2013Tweet
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VESTAL, N.Y.—The final honor of the 2012-13 year has been bestowed upon the Binghamton men’s tennis team with the release of the ITA academic honors.
The Bearcats landed six individuals on the ITA Scholar-Athlete list and earned All-Academic Team distinction as well. Receiving individual honors for maintaining a 3.5 or higher GPA were sophomore Florian van Kann (3.93), freshman Alexander Maisin (3.73), junior Ruben Haggai (3.68), junior Harry Lee (3.63), sophomore Ismael Dinia (3.52) and sophomore Michael Gross (3.51).
Only nine teams across the country (out of 259) had more honorees than Binghamton. Head coach Adam Cohen‘s squad posted a 3.41 GPA to earn team distinction for the fifth straight year.
In the last four years, BU has produced 26 ITA Scholar-Athletes.
In the spring, the Bearcats captured the program’s sixth consecutive America East title and advanced to the NCAAs for the ninth time in 11 years.