Several players stood out with particularly successful results for the Yale men's tennis team. Junior Dylan King in particular shined at the No. 1 singles position this, and his performance certainly did not go unnoticed by the Ivy League coaches who awarded him with the All Ivy Second Team recognition.
King was also a centerpiece for the Bulldogs' doubles lineup, joining up with senior captain Nathan Brown at the No. 2 spot to make quite a formidable team. King's singles record this season stood at 17-16 overall, 13-7 during the spring, and 2-3 during Ivy League conference play.
King's hard work and dedication his last three seasons is continuing to pay off, as he has also garnered Second Team All-Ivy recognition in the 2016-2017 season in singles. Dylan also serves as a strong role model to his teammates and will continue to be an incredibly valuable player for the Yale Men's Tennis program entering his senior year.
Report by Andrew Heller '20, Yale Sports Publicity