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Men's Tennis - Fri, May 12, 2017

Doane Men's Tennis backed up a successful season with six players receiving Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) recognition for 2017. The Tigers placed five players on the list for singles play and six on the list in doubles play.

Receiving First Team All-GPAC honors in singles play were Kris Kiland (SR/Prince George, BC), Aaron Cook (SR/Lincoln, Neb.), Grayson McCartney (SO/Papillion, Neb.) and Ignacio Morell (SO/Madrid, Spain). Elliott Abromeit (FR/Lawrence, Kan.) received honorable mention honors for the Tigers.

Kiland posted a 3-2 conference record and 6-10 overall record this season at No. 1 for the Tigers. He finishes his career with 38 wins in singles play, tied for second most since the program was restarted in the 1990s. He is a four-time First Team All-GPAC selection.

Cook finished his career with 22 wins in singles action after going 8-7 this year, including a 5-0 record in GPAC play at No. 2 singles. This is his second All-GPAC selection after receiving honorable mention last year.

McCartney posted an 8-8 overall record and 4-1 mark in the GPAC this year. Playing at No. 3 singles, he was 7-7 on the season with all of his conference matches played at that position.

Morell went 5-0 in GPAC play this season and posted an 11-3 overall record at No. 6 singles. He picked up his second All-GPAC honor, receiving honorable mention last year.

Abromeit, in his first season, posted a 7-7 overall record and 4-1 mark in GPAC play. He was 6-6 on the year at No. 5 singles.

All of Doane's doubles teams were recognized as well this year. Kiland and McCartney were named to the First team at No. 1 doubles. Receiving honorable mention honors were the teams of Cook / Abromeit and Morell / Arcane Boles (SO/Lincoln, Neb.).

Kiland and McCartney were 6-10 in doubles play, going 3-2 in GPAC action. Cook and Abromeit went 4-7 overall and 2-2 in the GPAC at No. 2 doubles. Morell and Boles were 9-6 overall and 4-1 in the GPAC at No. 3 doubles.