Victor Pham ’19 was named Ivy League Player of the Year for the second consecutive year. He bounced back from fall wrist surgery to close the regular season with a 15–3 overall record and, as the 37th seed in the NCAA singles tournament, advanced to the second round before getting knocked out. Meanwhile, Jack Lin ’21, who entered the NCAA tournament as the 22nd seed, went one round further, falling in the Round of 16.
Pham and Lin also were among the players named to the 2019 first All-Ivy League singles team; Adam Ambrozy ’20 was named a second-team singles honoree. In addition, Lin was named to the first doubles team alongside William Matheson ’19, and Pham landed on the second doubles team with Rian Pandole ’21.
On the women’s side, Jennifer Kerr ’21 earned a spot on the first All-Ivy singles team. Akanksha Bhan ’22 was named to the second team in both singles and doubles, and Paulina Ferrari ’21 also to the second doubles team. The Lion women concluded their season with a 15–4 record, 4–3 in the Ivy League.
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