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Vladimirsky, Moulin Collect All-Conference Accolades
Courtesy:JMUSports.com Release:04/21/2011
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NORFOLK, Va., April 21, 2011 - Sophomore Greg Vladimirsky (Coral Springs, Fla./Broward Virtual) and junior Bertrand Moulin (Lyon, France/Aux Lazaristes Minimes (Wayne State)) were both honored on Thursday night on all-conference teams at the Colonial Athletic Association banquet.

Vladimirsky was a Second Team All-CAA singles selection, while Vladimirsky and Moulin received Second Team All-CAA doubles accolades. This is the first time in each of their careers they garnered all-conference status.

Playing at the top singles spot for much of the season, Vladimirsky compiled a 12-7 dual record. He was 8-6 at No. 1 and 4-1 at No. 2 for JMU. The Dukes went 9-3 this season when he picked up a point at singles, as he led his team to a 12-7 record and a 2-3 mark in league play.

Vladimirsky and Moulin went 7-0 at No. 1 doubles this season, including wins over a pair of teams from nationally-ranked programs. The duo never conceded more than five games in each of those matches. Vladimirsky finished 13-4 overall in doubles playing at all three spots, while Moulin was 13-6, all at No. 1.

Old Dominion's Tobias Fanselow and VCU's Tim Johannsen shared Player of the Year honors. Fanselow, ranked 25th in the nation, compiled a 21-4 record at No. 1 singles, including a 5-2 mark against CAA opponents. Johannsen went 20-4 this spring for the Rams at No. 1 singles.

VCU collected the rest of the top honors as Antoince Baroz was named Rookie of the Year and Paul Kostin was honored as the Coach of the Year for the 11th time in his career.

Baroz went 16-5 this season playing primarily at No. 4 singles for VCU, and was a perfect  5-0 in CAA play. Kostin led the Rams to a 20-5 overall record and 6-0 mark in league play this season to secure the top seed in this weekend's CAA Men's Tennis Championship.

The awards were presented Thursday night following the first round of the 2011 Virginia 529 College Savings Plan CAA Men's Tennis Championship. The tournament resumes Friday at the Folkes-Stevens Tennis Center on the campus of Old Dominion.

2011 ALL-CAA MEN'S TENNIS TEAMS

CAA Co-Players of the Year: Tobias Fanselow, Old Dominion & Tim Johannsen, VCU
CAA Rookie of the Year: Antoine Baroz, VCU
CAA Coach of the Year: Paul Kostin, VCU

First Team

Singles

Anton Andersson, William & Mary 

So. Bastad, Sweden
Tobias Fanselow, Old Dominion Sr. Essen, Germany
Tim Johanssen, VCU Sr. Hhonlockstedt, Germany
Michael Pereira, UNC Wilmington Sr. Fayetteville, N.C.
Kinshuk Sharma, UNC Wilmington Sr. Chandgarh, India
Victor Valente, Georgia State So. Sao Paulo, Brazil

Doubles

Chris Cooprider, UNC Wilmington

So. Denver, Colo.
Kinshuk Sharma, UNC Wilmington Sr. Chandgarh, India
Tobias Fanselow, Old Dominion Sr. Essen, Germany
Krzysztof Muzalewski, Old Dominion Jr. Torun, Poland
Sebastien Vidal, William & Mary Sr. Guatemala City, Guatemals
Jamie Whiteford, William & mary So. Surrey, England

Second Team

Singles

Thomas Cook, Georgia State

Fr. Lilburn, Ga.
Chris Cooprider, UNC Wilmington So. Denver, Colo.
Nikoloz Kurdadze, Drexel Jr. Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia
Krzysztof Muzalewski, Old Dominion Jr. Torun, Poland
Greg Vladimirsky, James Madison So. Coral Springs, Fla.
Max Wennakoski, VCU So. Helsinki, Finland

Doubles

Kosta Blank, UNC Wilmington

So. Kfar Sava, Israel
Illia Ziamtsou, UNC Wilmington Sr. Mogilev, Belarus
Bertrand Moulin, James Madison Jr. Lyon, France
Greg Vladimirsky, James Madison So. Coral Springs, Fla.
Camill Salomon, VCU So. Limoges, France
Jamie Vazquez, VCU So. La Coruna, Spain

Third Team

Singles

Antoine Baroz, VCU

Fr. Geneva, Switzerland
Troy Beneck, Delaware Fr. Wilmington, Del.
Albert Ochagavia, Old Dominion So. Llieda, Spain
Courtney Scott, Delaware Jr. Ardmore, Pa.
Sebastien Vidal, William & Mary Sr. Guatemala City, Guatemala
Jamie Whiteford, William & Mary So. Surrey, England

Doubles

Antoine Baroz, VCU

Fr. Geneva, Switzerland
Tim Johanssen, VCU Sr. Hohenlockstedt, Germany
Troy Beneck, Delaware Fr. Wilmington, Del.
Andre Vorobyov, Delaware Jr. Brooklyn, N.Y.
Thomas Cook, Georgia State Fr. Lilburn, Ga.
Victor Valente, Georgia State So. Sao Paulo, Brazil

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