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May 8, 2013

Wood and Dorn Selected for NCAA Individuals

Sophomores Warren Wood (Del Mar, CA) and Joe Dorn (Washington D.C.) of CMS Stags Tennis were selected for the NCAA Division III singles and doubles competition, which begins on May 23 in Kalamazoo, Michigan after the team championships are completed. For the second consecutive year, Wood was selected as one of the top eight players from the west region to compete in the 32 draw singles tournament.  Wood and Dorn also qualified for the 16 draw doubles tournament as one of the top four teams in the west.

The selection of teams and individuals for the championships are based on win-lost record, strength of schedule, and eligibility and availability of student-athletes. Wood is 24-7 on the season and currently #2 in the west, with losses to only three Division III players. Wood and Dorn are 29-10 in doubles and are currently ranked #4 in the west.

The draw for the individual championship will be done by the men's tennis committee and will be released on the last day of the team championship. The 2012 singles title went to Dillon Pottish of Emory. Luis Rattenhuber and Austin Chafetz of Amherst took the doubles title. Emory is the defending national champion, having defeated Kenyon, 5-2, to claim the team title. For more information about the NCAA Division III Men's Tennis Championships, log on to www.ncaa.com.

SINGLES QUALIFIERS (Alphabetical by school):

Joey Fritz, Amherst College

Mark Kahan, Amherst College

Andrew Yaraghi, Amherst College

Rob Cramption, Bates College

Erich Koenig, University of California, Santa Cruz

Nick Ballou, California Lutheran University

Ray Worley, California Lutheran University

Christian Harvey-Secord, Carnegie Mellon University

Deepak Sabada, University of Chicago

Warren Wood, Claremont McKenna- Harvey Mudd-Scripps Colleges

Noah Sprinkel, Coe College

Eric Halpern, Emory University

Amrik Donkena, Gustavus Adolphus College

Tanner Brown, Johns Hopkins University

Andy Hersh, Johns Hopkins University

Paul Burgin, Kenyon College

Michael Razumovsky, Kenyon College

Tyler Carey, University of Mary Washington

Alex Johnston, Middlebury College

Edwin Zhang, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Robert Kjellberg, North Carolina Wesleyan College

Artsiom Prostak, North Carolina Wesleyan College

Patrick Lipscomb, University of Redlands

Daniel Brown, University of Texas at Tyler

Ryan Ybarra, University of Texas at Tyler

Aaron Skinner, Trinity University (Texas)

Andrew Guzick, Vassar College

Hayden White, Washington and Lee University

Adam Putterman, Washington University in St. Louis

Ryan Kreis, Wheaton College (Illinois)

Trey Meyer, Williams College

Ben Shklyar, University of Wisconsin, Whitewater


DOUBLES QUALIFIERS (Alphabetical by school):

Rob Crampton/Matt Bettles, Bates College

Nick Ballou/ Ray Worley, California Lutheran University

John Healey/Nicolas Howe, Case Western Reserve University

Joe Dorn/Warren Wood, Claremont McKenna- Harvey Mudd-Scripps Colleges

Ian Wagner/Elliot Kahler, Emory University

Amrik Donkena/Mya Smith-Dennis, Gustavus Adolphus College

Tanner Brown/Erik Lim, Johns Hopkins University

Alex Johnston/Andrew Lebovitz, Middlebury College

Robert Kjellberg/Artoin Prostak, North Carolina Wesleyan College

Frankie Allinson/Max Sabel, Pomona-Pitzer Colleges

Chris Rosensteel/Matt Heinrich, Stevens Institute of Technology

Daniel Brown/Ryan Ybarra, University of Texas at Tyler
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Shamshiri/Michael Holt, Washington and Lee University

Adam Putterman/Ross Putterman, Washington University in St. Louis

Alexander Schidlovsky/Trey Meyer, Williams College

Mitch Osborne/Ben Shklyar, University of Wisconsin, Whitewater