Two Arkansas seniors were named All-Americans on Thursday by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association.
Mike Redlicki received All-America honors in singles, while he and Jose Salazar teamed up to earn All-America honors in doubles.
“Jose and Mike were both about the best in the nation this year,” said head coach Andy Jackson. “They both are very deserving of the honor of being named All-American, which lasts a lifetime.”
Redlicki finished his senior campaign 28-11 overall, including a 20-8 mark against ranked competition. He wrapped up his collegiate career ranked as the No. 12 singles player in the country, the fourth highest in the Southeastern Conference. At the NCAA Championships, Redlicki advanced to the round of 32.
The No. 10 doubles duo in the country, Redlicki and Salazar went 14-9 overall, 11-8 this spring. They advanced to the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA Championships, where they fell to eventual national champions Andrew Harris and Spencer Papa of Oklahoma in a tiebreaker.
ITA Central Regional Senior Player of the Year
ITA National Most Improved Player of the Year
ITA Central Regional Most Improved Player of the Year