Queens, NY |  The College of Staten Island men’s tennis season was halted in the CUNYAC Semifinal round, but the Dolphins will have more to celebrate as juniors Robert Hwang and Alex Tsui have earned All-Star recognition from the conference, both landing on the second-team.

Despite his final record, Hwang spearheaded the Dolphins attack this season, moving all the way up in the ranks to play 10 matches at the top position in singles play this season.  Hwang also participated in 11 doubles matches this past season, winning four, three of them in the No. 2 position, with two different partners.

Tsui was one of CSI’s strongest players this year in the win-loss column, finishing second on the team with eight wins in singles play, going 8-2 overall.  When play shifted to doubles, Tsui was up to the task, combining with three different partners to go a combined 10-5 in doubles play, a mark that included an outstanding 5-1 mark in the top spot.  Tsui’s 10 wins in doubles play was tied for the team high.

Joining CSI’s two honorees was senior Andrew Adia, who earned on to the CSI Sportsmanship Team, exuded proper play on the court along with high level of game play.

Baruch College’s Marco Gobbato took home CUNYAC Player of the Year honors, while Brooklyn’s Rohan Mathur was named Rookie of the Year.  First-year Head Coach Gregory Wyzykowski from Baruch was named Coach of the Year.

For a full list of award winners, click HERE.