Borga, Mullins named to All-ODAC men's tennis teams

Juan Borga and Colton Mullins playing tennis. Text: All-Conference. Logos: ODAC and Lynchburg Hornet.

Forest, Va. -- The Lynchburg College men's tennis duo of sophomore Juan Borga (Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA) and junior Colton Mullins (Appomattox, Va.) was honored by the Old Dominion Athletic Conference Tuesday when the league announced its all-conference teams.

Borga earned second-team All-ODAC honors at No. 1 singles for the second-straight year, and he and Mullins were also named to the second-team at No. 3 doubles.

Borga enjoyed a terrific spring as the Hornets' top singles flight, going 10-5 overall and 7-2 in ODAC play.

He and Mullins paired up for a 4-4 mark at No. 3 doubles.

Washington and Lee sophomore Harry Shepherd earned the ODAC player of the year honor, while Guilford mentor Dave McCain was named coach of the year and the Quakers' Elijah Gregory earned the league's top rookie award.

Guilford sophomore Tate Godwin was named the ODAC/Virginia Farm Bureau Insurance Scholar-Athlete.

Lynchburg finished the season with a 9-10 record overall, the program's most wins since 2003, and the Hornets finished 5-5 in conference play.



ODAC Player of the Year: Harry Shepherd, So., Washington and Lee University

ODAC Coach of the Year: Dave McCain, Guilford College

ODAC Rookie of the Year: Elijah Gregory, Fr., Guilford College

ODAC/Va. Farm Bureau Insurance Scholar-Athlete: Tate Godwin, So., Guilford College



No. 1 Singles: Tate Godwin, Guilford College

No. 1 Singles: Harry Shepherd, Washington and Lee University

No. 2 Singles: Mason Robb, Guilford College

No. 2 Singles: Josh Rodgers, Bridgewater College

No. 3 Singles: Zack Ely, Washington and Lee University

No. 4 Singles: Thomas Harmon, Washington and Lee University

No. 5 Singles: March Zheng, Washington and Lee University

No. 6 Singles: Grayson Burns, Hampden-Sydney College

No. 1 Doubles: Nick Gunther/Mitchell Perry, Virginia Wesleyan University

No. 1 Doubles: Matthew Moody/Michael Moody, Hampden-Sydney College

No. 2 Doubles: Elijah Gregory/Mason Robb, Guilford College

No. 3 Doubles: Grayson Burns/Clark Cummings, Hampden-Sydney College



No. 1 Singles: Juan Borga, Lynchburg College

No. 1 Singles: Matthew Moody, Hampden-Sydney College

No. 2 Singles: Mitchell Thomas, Washington and Lee University

No. 3 Singles: Elijah Gregory, Guilford College

No. 4 Singles: Graham Pearson, Guilford College

No. 5 Singles: Anthony Wilson, Virginia Wesleyan University

No. 6 Singles: Michael Portera, Virginia Wesleyan University

No. 1 Doubles: Darian Diaz/Matt Hwang, Shenandoah University

No. 1 Doubles: Joe Dillenbeck/Josh Rodgers, Bridgewater College

No. 2 Doubles: William Driskill/Levy Young, Hampden-Sydney College

No. 3 Doubles: Juan Borga/Colton Mullins, Lynchburg College