Buxbaum Named ITA Atlantic South Rookie of the Year

 
Freshman <B>Michael Buxbaum</b> is a combined 39-11 so far this season.
 
Freshman Michael Buxbaum is a combined 39-11 so far this season.

6/22/2015

Johns Hopkins Ranked 12th in Final ITA National Poll

Buxbaum and Walsh Earn All-America Honors

5/22/2015

Buxbaum Advances to Semifinals at NCAA Singles Championship

Buxbaum Finishes with Career Best 22 Singles Wins

5/18/2015

Top-Ranked CMS Ends Johns Hopkins Season in NCAA Quarters

Stags Edge Blue Jays, 5-3, in NCAA Quarterfinals

05/04/2012
Men's & Women's Tennis: Centennial Conference Championships
Both the men's and women's tennis teams finish the season undefeated in conference play
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06/16/15
Men's Tennis Centennial Conference Championship
Johns Hopkins beat Swarthmore, 5-0, in the Centennial Conference title match at home on May 3, 2015.
06/15/15
Men's Tennis vs. Muhlenberg
Johns Hopkins blanked visiting Muhlenberg, 9-0, on April 18 in Centennial Conference action.
06/15/15
Men's Tennis vs. Swarthmore
Johns Hopkins shut out visiting Swarthmore, 9-0, on April 15.
 

May 14, 2014

BALTIMORE, MD - Johns Hopkins freshman Michael Buxbaum added another honor to his resume on Wednesday when he was named the ITA Atlantic South Rookie of the Year. He is the third player in program history to earn the honor, joining David Maldow (2007) and Tanner Brown (2012). Last week, Buxbaum was named the Centennial Conference Player and Rookie of the Year.

Buxbaum helped seventh-ranked Johns Hopkins to its eighth straight Centennial Conference title, the NCAA Quarterfinals and a 20-4 record so far this spring. Entering Monday's match versus top-ranked Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, he is 16-4 in singles and 23-7 in doubles. He is currently ranked second in the Atlantic South in singles and was recently selected for the NCAA Singles Championship.

Buxbaum and classmate Emerson Walsh are 20-7 this season in doubles, are ranked first in the region and earned First Team All-Centennial Conference honors. The pair was selected to the NCAA Doubles Championship, the first freshmen doubles team in program history to do so. In the fall, Buxbaum and Walsh won the 2013 ITA Southeast Doubles Championship and finished fifth at the USTA/ITA National Small College Championship to earn All-America honors.

 

 

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