Bruhn Earns a Spot on Men's Tennis All-BIG EAST Squad
April 26, 2012
WASHINGTON - Senior men's tennis player Andrew Bruhn (Storrs, Conn./E.O. Smith) was named All-BIG EAST on Thursday by the conference office. He is first player to earn All-BIG EAST honors under Georgetown Head Coach Gordie Ernst.
Bruhn went 17-15 on the season with a mark of 14-8 at No. 1 singles and a perfect 3-0 record in BIG EAST matches. He won two of his last three matches and had a five-match win streak at one point this season.
In doubles play, he was 17-13 overall including a record of 9-6 with partner Charlie Caris and a mark of 7-4 with classmate Brian Ward. Bruhn finished the season on a four-match win streak in doubles play with Ward.
Bruhn was selected as a team captain this year by his peers and led the squad both on and off of the court.
He joins 14 other student athletes on the all-conference squad and is one of six seniors among the honorees.
The Hoyas tied for fifth at the BIG EAST Tournament and finished the season with a mark of 14-8. Georgetown went 2-1 in BIG EAST Conference play and posted a five-match home win streak at one point in the season.