TEMPE, Ariz. - Junior Brady Anderson (Cedar Rapids, Iowa/Linn-Mar) has been named an All-American by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. This is the 11th time in program history a Kohawk has earned the award.
Anderson finished the season ranked 19th in the nation by the ITA, as the top 20 earn All-American honors. With Anderson's honor, seven different Kohawks have accounted for the 11 All-American honors in school history. Seven of the 11 have come from singles play. Anderson also finished the year ranked fourth in the ITA Central Region rankings.
Earlier this week, Anderson was named a CoSIDA Academic All-American. He becomes the third men's tennis player and 11th student-athlete in school history to earn both CoSIDA Academic All-American and All-American honors in the same season.
Anderson went 26-5 in singles this year and was 23-9 in doubles play. For the second-straight year, Anderson qualified for the NCAA National Singles Championships, as one of just 32 players selected from across the country. Anderson ranked eighth in school history with 26 singles wins this year, while ranking 10th in school history with 79 career wins. Anderson has led the Kohawks to the NCAA Tournament all three years he has been in the program.