Andrew Ou, Soph., Unionville – A repeat first team all-area selection, the sophomore finished second in Ches-Mont American singles tournament. Noted for his placement, consistency and quickness on his feet.
Ben Gao, Soph., West Chester East – A repeat first team selection, the sophomore finished second in the Ches-Mont National singles tourney for the second year in a row, then placed fifth in the District 1 3A singles tourney to advance to the PIAA Tournament.
Chait Krishna, Sr., Conestoga – Senior finished second in the Central League singles tournament, and advanced to PIAA 3A singles tourney, falling in the second round of the PIAA 3A state singles tourney.
Matt Miller, Soph., Unionville – The sophomore finished first in Ches-Mont American singles tourney. Noted for his consistency, quickness and improvement in pace this spring.
Shrihan Madam, Soph., Downingtown East – The sophomore captured the Ches-Mont National singles tourney. Noted for his fine movement and heavy ball, he has been the top seed in the Ches-Mont National the past two years.
Krish Mendiratta, Sr., Great Valley – A repeat selection to first team all-area, the senior finished third in the Ches-Mont American singles tournament for the second year in a row, advancing to districts. Noted for his versatility and quickness.
Voyin Markovic, Jr., Conestoga – A first team All-Central League singles selection, Markovic finished fourth in the Central League tournament, qualifying for districts. Teamed up with Aaron Sun to win the District 1 Tournament title and finish second in states.
Aaron Sun-Basil Lubiniecki, Conestoga – This pair earned first team All-Central League honors. Sun later teamed with Voyin Markovic to finish second in the PIAA doubles tourney and capture the District 1 title. Lubiniecki later paired with Francis Qin to finish fourth at districts.
Abihraj Srivastava-Abhinnet Srivastava, Downingtown East – The senior duo, a repeat first team all-area selection, won the Ches-Mont National doubles for the third year in a row, then finished fourth at states.
Matt Miller-Andrew Ou, Unionville – This sophomore duo captured the Ches-Mont American doubles title, rallying to win a three-set match in the championship final against Great Valley’s highly-rated pair of Krish and Revant Mendiratta.
Krish Mendiratta-Revant Mendiratta, Great Valley – The senior pair, a repeat first team all-area selection, defeated Unionville’s No. 1 doubles team in the Ches-Mont American semifinals, and placed second in the tourney for the second year in a row.
Ryan Megill-Jack Barrickman, Unionville – The duo finished second in the District 1 tournament, was the first doubles team for the powerful Longhorns, and lost only one match during the regular season. Finished third in the Ches-Mont American.
Shrihan Madam-Vishruth Madam, Downingtown East – Finished second in the Ches-Mont National tournament to three-time champion Abhiraj and Abhineet Srivastava. Shrihan, a sophomore, and Vishruth, a freshman, were the No. 2 seed in the tourney.
Soumil Patel, Downingtown East
Matt Farrell, Unionville
Abhiraj Srivastava, Downingtown East
Daniel Gallagher, Bishop Shanahan
Hayden Fisher, Malvern Prep
Jack Bartholomeo, Westtown School
Pierce Rohlfing, Devon Prep
Rohun Gargya-Ashwin Natarajan, Downingtown East
Joe Ingram-Jack Perlman, Avon Grove
Will Otterbein-Anuj Awatramani, Great Valley
Vincent Yao-Raphie Lubiniecki, Conestoga
Derek Qin-Francis Qin, Conestoga
Nate Butler-Andy Ye, Unionville
Daniel Scoffone-Vijay Upadhyay, West Chester Rustin
David Hewitt-James Gabriele, Devon Prep
COACH OF THE YEAR
Brittany Aimone, Conestoga
Aimone coached the Pioneers to a standout season that ended on the highest possible note, a PIAA 3A state team tournament title. In the state championship final, Conestoga faced a Lower Merion squad that had not lost a match in nearly three years and went on to trump the Aces 3-2. Aimone said, “I strive to create a culture in our program where respect, kindness, humility and grace are values that are embodied by every player on the team, day in and day out. These boys look to better them-selves every day on and off the court and I am very grateful to be able to work with them.”