YORK, Pa. – The Capital Athletic Conference released its yearly award winners for men's tennis on Thursday and Salisbury University freshmen Colt Williamson, Ian Siew, and Patrick MacLean were each honored for their play this year.
Williamson was named to the All-CAC first team after playing all of his singles matches at the No. 1 spot in 2017, appearing in 16 of the team's 21 contests, posting an overall record of 10-6, while going 3-2 in CAC play in his first year in maroon and gold.
Siew played at both the No. 1 and 2 singles spots this season, with an 11-4 mark at No. 2 and an overall record of 12-6 while going 4-2 against CAC competition.
Williamson and MacLean picked up second-team doubles accolades for the Gulls, being paired together late in the season, but making their mark with a 3-3 record. Williamson went 12-7 in doubles play, overall, while MacLean was 10-7 in doubles in 2017.
The honors for Williamson, Siew, and MacLean bring Salisbury's total all-CAC picks to 202 for the program since Salisbury joined the CAC prior to the 1994 season.
To see the 2017 All-CAC teams in their entirety, click here.