YORK, Pa. – The Salisbury University men's tennis team saw four of its student-athletes earn an impressive six All-Capital Athletic Conference honors as the league announced its All-CAC men's tennis team on Friday.
Senior Andrew Nottage and junior Daniel Barnas, both now three-time All-CAC selections, each earned a spot on the All-CAC singles first team. Additionally, the pair (who boasted a 13-5 record at No. 1 doubles) received All-CAC doubles first-team honors. Nottage finished his career with 58 doubles victories and 40 singles wins.
Joining Nottage and Barnas on the singles first team was sophomore Henry Stuhler, who boasted an impressive 17-2 singles record in 2011. His doubles partner, senior David Lupinetti, was named to the All-CAC singles second team. Lupinetti closed his career with 45 singles wins and is now a four-time All-Conference selection, having earned a spot on the first team in both 2010 and '09 and picking up CAC Rookie of the Year honors in 2008.
Stuhler and Lupinetti, the No. 2 doubles team, were also named to the All-CAC doubles second team for their noteworthy 13-3 record.