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Men's Tennis Places Four on NEWMAC All-Conference Teams

Men's Tennis Places Four on NEWMAC All-Conference Teams

WESTWOOD, Mass.—Four members of the Babson College men's tennis program were honored when the New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) announced its postseason awards on Wednesday morning.

Senior Brandon Rosenbluth (Pound Ridge, N.Y.) was the lone player to be named to the all-conference teams in both singles and doubles, while junior Dylan Pace (Atherton, Calif.), sophomore Chris Kolesnik (Staten Island, N.Y.) and first-year Tyler Zhang (Northborough, Mass.) each earned all-league doubles accolades.

Rosenbluth garnered his second consecutive All-NEWMAC singles honor and was named to the all-conference doubles team for the fourth year in a row after recording a career-best 27 combined wins. He led the team with a career-high 13 singles victories, which includes a 5-1 mark in league play, and registered eight of his 14 doubles wins at number one for the Beavers.

One of most consistent four-year players in program history, Rosenbluth won 102 career matches, 44 in singles and 58 in doubles, on the way to becoming the first in school history to pass the 100-win milestone since 2016.

Kolesnik earned all-league doubles recognition alongside Rosenbluth for the second year in a row after the duo went 4-0 in NEWMAC play and 6-0 overall with three wins apiece at number one and number two. Overall, he tied for team-high honors with a career-best 15 doubles wins, 13 of which came at the top two flights.

Pace and Zhang both collected the first all-conference awards of their respective careers going 4-2 at number three doubles in conference play and 7-5 overall as a duo this spring. Zhang won 12 matches overall as a rookie and was named to the NEWMAC Sportsmanship Team, while Pace went 11-6 on the heels of last year's 12-win campaign recording three victories at number two and eight at number three doubles.

Babson finished the year at 14-5 overall matching the single-season record for wins, and advanced to its seventh consecutive NEWMAC Tournament final.

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