The Atlantic Coast Conference handed out post-season awards yesterday, and to no one's surprise, top-ranked and undefeated Virginia did not walk away empty handed.
Coach Brian Boland was named ACC Coach of the Year for the fourth consecutive season and for the fifth time in his career. All Coach Boland did this season was lead the Hoos to a perfect regular season, including an undefeated 11-0 record in conference. That's the fifth straight undefeated ACC campaign for Boland and the Cavaliers; Virginia has also won five consecutive ACC Tournaments. Oh, and did I mention that Virginia won its unprecedented fourth consecutive ITA National Team Indoor Championship in February? A well-deserved honor for Boland.
UVa's Alex Domijan was a unanimous selection as ACC Freshman of the Year. Domijan, who is 34-2 on the season, is currently ranked No. 2 nationally in singles.
Finally, Virginia led all ACC schools by placing five players on the All-ACC Men's Tennis Team. Drew Courtney (21-5, 2nd All-ACC selection), Domijan, Jarmere Jenkins (27-5, 2nd All-ACC selection), Michael Shabaz (27-4, 3rd All-ACC selection) and Sanam Singh (30-6, 4th All-ACC selection) were honored. Singh is the fifth Cavalier to be named All-ACC for four consecutive seasons.