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Men's Tennis Places Five on NEWMAC All-Conference Squads

Men's Tennis Places Five on NEWMAC All-Conference Squads

BOSTON—The Babson College men's tennis squad had five players honored by the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) when the league released its all-conference teams on Wednesday afternoon.

Seniors Roberto Perez (Pozuelo de Alarcon, Spain) and Victor Vu (Los Angeles, Calif.) garnered all-conference accolades in both singles and doubles, while classmate Isaac Thylen (Surfside, Fla.) earned  a spot on the All-NEWMAC singles team. Additionally, fellow senior Saif Rahim (Hong Kong) and first-year Brandon Rosenbluth (Pound Ridge, N.Y.) both collected all-league doubles recognition.

Perez was named to the All-NEWMAC singles team for the fourth year in a row and collected all-conference doubles accolades for the second time in three years. He went 8-3 overall and 4-1 at number one singles in league play to push his career mark to 39-19, which includes 37 victories at first singles. Perez, who teamed with Rosenbluth to go 4-0 in conference play at number two doubles, finished 8-3 overall and concluded his career with 42 doubles wins.

Vu earned his fourth consecutive all-league singles honor and was selected to the all-conference doubles team for the third year in a row to cap his career. He went 8-8 in all singles matches, which includes a 3-1 record against NEWMAC foes and a 7-4 mark against Division III opponents this spring. Vu, who teamed with Rahim to go 3-2 in conference doubles matches and 10-8 overall, matched his career high and led the Beavers with 15 doubles wins on the year. He wrapped up his career with 44 singles victories and 57 in doubles action.

Thylen collected his third straight all-conference singles honor after running his conference unbeaten streak to 20 matches this spring. The 2015 NEWMAC Athlete of the Year, he went 5-0 at number two singles and 11-6 overall against Division III foes to finish with a career mark of 42-18.

Rahim and Rosenbluth were both honored for the first time after successful campaigns at first and second doubles, respectively. Rahim went 10-8 overall with seven wins at number one, while Rosenbluth had a terrific rookie season for the Beavers finishing second on the team with 14 doubles victories.

Babson, which reached the NEWMAC championship match for the fourth year in a row, saw its season come to a close at 11-9.