Katherine Carling | Posted: 24 Apr 2019 | Updated: 8 Nov 2020

Four Cougars earn WCC Honors

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SAN BRUNO, Calif. – No. 43 BYU men’s tennis players Ben Gajardo, Sean Hill, Jeffrey Hsu and Sam Tullis earned All-West Coast Conference honors as voted on by the coaches.

Hill was named All-WCC First Team Singles for the second time in his career after posting an 18-2 overall record and remaining undefeated in the conference with a 7-0 record. Hill led the Cougars in the No. 1 slot all season.

Hsu was named All-WCC Second Team Singles after representing BYU at the No. 2 position. He went 10-5 overall and collected four wins in conference, only dropping two matches.

After leading the Cougars at the No. 1 doubles position all season, Hill and Hsu were also named All-WCC First Team Doubles. The duo landed a 12-4 overall record and posted a 4-2 WCC record. They were ranked as high as No. 18 nationally as a doubles team.

Tullis and Gajardo earned All-WCC Second Team Doubles with their undefeated season. With a 16-0 record on the season, the Cougar pair collected five of those wins from WCC matches. They represented BYU as the No. 2 doubles team.

Read the full WCC release here.

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