UChicago Men’s Tennis Racks Up Six UAA All-Tournament Picks

Tyler Raclin, Luke Tsai, Jeremy Yuan, Charlie Pei and Peter Leung
Tyler Raclin, Luke Tsai, Jeremy Yuan, Charlie Pei and Peter Leung

CHICAGO – The University of Chicago men's tennis team received a league-high six total selections to the University Athletic Association (UAA) All-Tournament Team on Thursday.

The Maroons are fresh off a dominant showing at the UAA Championship last weekend, in which they captured the first UAA team title in program history. UChicago dispatched opponents New York University 9-0 in the first round, Carnegie Mellon University 8-1 in the semifinals and Emory University 7-2 in the final.

First-year Jeremy Yuan headlined the All-Tournament honorees as the Co-Most Valuable Player. The UChicago rookie went a perfect 6-0 combined between No. 4 singles and No. 2 doubles, also receiving recognition at those spots. Yuan provided the clinching point that secured the UAA title versus Emory, as he won in three sets 6-2, 1-6, 6-3. On the season, Yuan sports a team-best 26-7 singles record.

Yuan teamed with sophomore Tyler Raclin at No. 2 doubles to earn All-Tournament status. The duo rolled past three-consecutive opponents with scores of 8-2, 8-6 and 8-2. Their season record now stands at 22-5.

At No. 3 singles, senior Luke Tsai went undefeated with a pair of straight-set victories and an intense 7-6, 6-7, 11-9 win over Emory. He ranks second on the team in singles wins at 24-6.

Junior Charlie Pei was All-Tournament at No. 5 singles. He made quick work of his three opponents in straight sets with dominant wins against NYU (6-1, 6-2) and Emory (6-4, 6-0). Pei's singles record currently stands at 15-5.

Senior Peter Leung came through with his three victories at No. 6 singles. He did not drop a set on the weekend, and his top score was 6-2, 6-2 versus Carnegie Mellon. Leung improved his singles mark to 10-5 on the season.

The UAA All-Association Team will be determined and announced later this month.

Men's UAA All-Tournament Team

  • No. 1 Singles: Daniel Levine (Carnegie Mellon)
  • No. 2 Singles: Bernardo Neves (Washington-St. Louis)
  • No. 3 Singles: Luke Tsai (UChicago)
  • No. 4 Singles: Jeremy Yuan (UChicago)
  • No. 5 Singles: Charlie Pei (UChicago)
  • No. 6 Singles: Peter Leung (UChicago)
  • No. 1 Doubles: Jason Haugen/Konrad Kozlowski (Washington-St. Louis)
  • No. 2 Doubles: Tyler Raclin/Jeremy Yuan (UChicago)
  • No. 3 Doubles: Nikhil Das/Rajan Vohra (Brandeis)