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Virginia tennis: An infographic on ACC and NCAA successes

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In case you haven't noticed, the Virginia men's tennis program added two more trophies to their ever-growing trophy case. Just how good are they?

Alex Cheung

Current Virginia men's tennis coach Brian Boland does his job well.  His 14th season at the helm proved no different.  To recap, the team finished with 29 wins and three lone losses.  In addition, it was crowned ACC regular season and tournament champs.  This extended Virginia's dominant streak of winning the tournament title to nine years, and the regular season title to 12 years (TWELVE!) in a row.  In addition, the team brought home the program's second NCAA team tournament trophy by defeating top-seeded Oklahoma with a 4-1 victory.  Moreover, Virginia is only the sixth program in NCAA history to win multiple men's tennis championships.

Senior Mitchell Frank was named the 2015 NCAA Men's Championship Most Outstanding Player.  He also joined the NCAA All-Tournament Singles Team alongside teammates Ryan Shane and Collin Altamirano.  Kwiatkowski and Styslinger as well as Altamirano and Aragone were named the the NCAA All-Tournament Doubles Team.

To make everything better, Ryan Shane won the Singles Tournament by defeating Wake Forest's Noah Rubin 3-6, 7-6 (4), 6-1.  A big congrats to both the whole team and Ryan Shane!