Baruch's Jenkins Named Player of the Year; CSI's Zikos Gets Rookie of the Year Bearcats & Dolphins Each Earn 4 CUNYAC/HSS Men's Tennis All‐Stars
Photo by: Greg Armstrong Baruch's Christopher Jenkins, the 2011 CUNYAC/HSS Player of the Year Flushing, NY – Continuing the wind down for the Spring sports, the CUNY Athletic Conference would like to announce the 2011 CUNYAC / Hospital For Special Surgery Men’s Tennis All‐Stars. As expected, the top two teams from the Regular Season, Baruch College and the College of Staten Island dominated the awards, each placing four on the two teams, highlighted by the Player of the Year for the Bearcats and Rookie and Coach of the Year by the Dolphins. Baruch sophomore CHRISTOPHER JENKINS, a transfer from Division I Fairleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck, New Jersey, was selected as the 2011 Player of the Year. In import from Cardiff, Wales, he attended high school in Barcelona, Spain before embarking on a collegiate degree in the United States. On the court, Jenkins was 10‐2 overall, 7‐1 in CUNYAC play between first and second singles, only losing to John Jay’s Dong Shao in 11 matches versus Conference teams. He was also a perfect 11‐0 in doubles action this season for the Bearcats. CSI freshman NICHOLAS ZIKOS, the Dolphins number one singles player, was named Rookie of the Year by the CUNYAC coaches. A true freshman, Zikos was 11‐5 overall, 9‐5 at first singles and 2‐0 (both CUNYAC matches) at #2 singles. In doubles, with three different partners, the Forest Hills, NY native was 12‐3 overall.
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Published on Jun 22, 2011