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The Collin College men’s and women’s tennis teams finished third and sixth, respectively, in the nation for the season.
Also, Donovan McSeveney, of Plano, was named First Team All-American for singles and McSeveney and Brady Borhnstedt, of Rockwall, were named First Team All-Americans for doubles.
The women finished sixth at the National Junior College Athletic Association women’s tennis tournament at Tyler Junior College, who won the national title.
The men’s national tournament was at Collin College’s Spring Creek Campus, where Laredo Community College won the title. It is their seventh national title in eight years. They tied with Collin College and Tyler Junior College in 2010 for the nation’s top spot.
The Collin college men last won a national championship in 2010, its only Division I title. It won Division II titles in 1990, 1992, 1993 and 1995.
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Women’s Tennis Team
(From left, back row) Head coach Marty Berryman, Regan Perme, Kristina Kinarkina, Sandra Pickerill and assistant coach Rod Coltman; (front row) team manager John Boutell, Jenny Cecotti, Sharron Clark, Kelsey Reblin and Zinnia Leamana.
Men’s Tennis Team
(Back row, from left) Head coach Marty Berryman, Oskar Pokropek, Oscar Von Koch, Aristotle Chu, Kyle Rowe, Michael Tymkiw and assistant coach Rod Coltman; (front row) team manager John Boutell, Donavan McSeveney, Casey Clark, James Flores and Brady Bohrnstedt
Photos by Nick Young, Collin College photographer