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Men's Tennis Trio Earns NEWMAC All-Conference Honors

SPRINGFIELD, Mass., May 1, 2002 -Springfield College sophomores Yuta Yoshi, Brad Boisvert and Chris Sweeney have been named to 2002 New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference (NEWMAC) All-Conference Team in men's tennis.

Yoshi, a native of Yokosuka, Japan, was voted as the top No. 2 singles player in the NEWMAC. Yoshi finished with a 5-1 mark in conference play this spring. He also played No. 1 singles with senior Jason Loeb.

Boisvert, who hails from Ponaganset, R.I., and Sweeney,, who is from Wakefield, Mass., earn all-conference accolades in No. 3 doubles. The duo dominated NEWMAC competition this season, winning four of five doubles conference matches they played. In singles play, Sweeney played at No. 4 while Boisvert competed at No. 5.

Under first-year head coach Michael Myer, a 1990 graduate of Springfield College and a former all-conference selection in men's tennis, the Pride placed third at the 2002 NEWMAC Championship. During the regular season, SC rallied from a 1-3 start to finish 7-7 overall.
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