LANCASTER, Pa. – Two members of the Ursinus College men's tennis team were named to the 2014 All-Centennial team on Monday afternoon by the conference office. The team is voted upon by the head coaches in the conference, who are not allowed to vote for their own squads.
Senior Evan Stutchin (Cape Coral, Florida/Canterbury School) was named to the first-team singles team for the second straight season. Stutchin, along with senior Matt Hope (Wyomissing, Pennsylvania/Wilson), were named to the honorable mention doubles team.
Stutchin closed out an outstanding four-year career at Ursinus by joining the 100 wins club. He finished the season with a record of 17-5 overall in singles play and was 17-3 at first flight. He finished his career with most singles wins in a single season (18, tied with Tyler Arsenault), career singles wins (67), career doubles wins (45) and overall career wins (112).
Stutchin teamed up with Hope to finish with a record of 10-9, but, posted a 4-5 record at first flight doubles in Centennial play. Both of them were also named to the All-Centennial All-Academic team for having a GPA over 3.4.
Ursinus finished the season with a record of 13-7 overall.