Krasny Repeats as Men's Tennis Player of the Year
Sophomore a unanimous selection by Skyline
Clifton, Park, NY - Sophomore Yan Krasny (Far Rockaway, NY) was named the Skyline Conference Men's Tennis Player of the Year for the second straight year. He was a unanimous selction this year, as he was a perfect 10-0 in Skyline competition at 1st singles and 13-1 overall. In first doubles he finished with a 12-2 mark, splitting time with teammates Connor Doherty (San Leandro, CA), 4-0, and Anton Fyodorov (Brooklyn, NY), 8-2.
Krasny did not drop a single set in all of his regular season and post-season Skyline Conference matches. He led NYU-Poly to its best season in school history as well as it's first-ever appearance in the Skyline Championships. The Jays lost a close match to St. Joseph's College (LI) 5-3.
Other men's tennis team members were also honored by the conference. Freshmen Julian Wrede (New York, NY) was tabbed a First-Team All-Conference selection at 2nd singles, while another freshmen Doherty was chosen as a Second-Team All-Conference member.
Wrede finished the season at 9-5 overall and 5-2 in conference play. At third singles Doherty ended the season 9-1 overall and 5-1 in conference play.
Head Coach Francis Thomas was selected as Co-Coach of the Year along side St. Joseph's College head coach Glenn Nathan. The men's tennis team finished with an overall mark of 10-7 and 5-2 in Skyline Conference matches.