For the second straight year, junior Francis Sargeant was named to the 2013-14 West Coast Conference Men’s Tennis All-Academic Team, the league announced Thursday.
Sargeant, a sociology major, holds a 3.30 GPA while leading BYU with a 28-11 record, including 17-6 at the No. 1 singles slot in dual match play.
At the conclusion of each athletic season, the WCC selects an all-academic squad for each WCC-sponsored sport. To be considered, a student-athlete must maintain at least a 3.20 cumulative grade point average, while also being a significant contributor to his team.
Other Cougar players qualified academically for the honor but were ineligible as freshmen.
2013-14 West Coast Conference Men's Tennis All-Academic Team
Logan Chun, Santa Clara, Sr., 3.76, Economics
Michael Hu Kwo, Portland, Sr., 3.75, Accounting/Finance
Muzeen Ismath, Gonzaga, Sr., 3.65, Biology
Tuomas Manner, Saint Mary's, Sr., 3.68, Business Administration
Vladimir Mijatovic, Gonzaga, Jr., 3.51, BusinessComment on this story
Joakim Norstrom, Saint Mary's, Sr., 3.64, Business Administration
Bernardo Saraiva, San Francisco, Jr., 3.29, Business Administration
Francis Sargeant, BYU, Jr., 3.3, Sociology
David Sofaer, Pepperdine, Sr., 3.53, Advertising
Felix van Kann, Loyola Marymount, Jr., 3.89, Communication Studies
Sem Verbeek, Pacific, So., 3.95, Health Exercise and Sports Science
Todd Volmari, Loyola Marymount, Jr., 3.34, Electrical Engineering
McKay Perry is the sports information director for BYU men's and women's tennis. Contact him at email@example.com