Middlebury

Men's Tennis Earns NESCAC Honors - Olson Is Co-Player Of The Year

May 8, 2009

Honors began to roll in for the Middlebury College men's tennis team, as the NESCAC releases its post-season honors. Senior Conrad Olson (Waterloo, Belgium) earned Co-Player of the Year honors, while also being a first-team selection in singles. Juniors Andrew Lee (Eden Prairie, Minn.) and Andrew Thomson (West Bloomfield, Mich.) both earned second-team honors in singles play, while Thomason and his rookie partner David Farah (Flint, Mich.) were second-team selections as a doubles team. The group recently captured the NESCAC Championship and are preparing to host this weekend's NCAA Regional.

Olson has been the Panthers' top singles player this season, holding down the #1 ranking in the Northeast. He was a second-team singles selection a year ago and currently has a record of 19-7.

Lee earns second-team honors for Middlebury for the second straight season. The junior has been playing in the #3 singles slot this spring, owning a record of 13-2 in singles play.

Thomson, the '07 NESCAC Rookie of the Year, earned second-team honors in both singles and doubles play. The junior is ranked fourth in the northeast in singles action, owning a 10-4 record. He and Farah have been Middlebury's top doubles duo this spring, earning second-team All-League honors. The pair are ranked fourth in the Northeast and have a combined record of 11-6 overall. Thomson was a first-team doubles selection in '08 with his partner Filip Marinkovic '08.