Tennis, Volleyball WCAL All League Teams Announced

Posted: May 5, 2016

The West Catholic Athletic League (WCAL) announced their all league selections for tennis and volleyball. Tennis standout Andrew Ton was named Player of the Year, and received First Team honors along with teammates Vikram Vasan and Thomas Noonen. Jacques Abi-Hanna was a First Team selection for volleyball.

WCAL All League Tennis:

Andrew Ton Junior Player of the Year
First Team
Vikram Vasan Senior First Team
Thomas Noonen Senior First Team
Josh Leopold Sophomore Honorable Mention
Coby Del Rosario Junior Honorable Mention
Jonathan Chung Junior Honorable Mention
Ryan Ebner Senior Honorable Mention


WCAL All League Volleyball:

Jacques Abi-Hanna Senior First Team
Will Smith Junior Second Team
Stephen Kaufman Senior Second Team
Sean Staskus Junior Honorable Mention
CJ Roey Senior Honorable Mention


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