St. Louis, Mo., April 28, 2016 — Washington University in St. Louis had four student-athletes named to the 2016 All-University Athletic Association (UAA) Men's Tennis Team, as announced by the conference office.
Senior Tyler Kratky highlighted the honorees by earning all-UAA honors in both singles and doubles after posting a 5-1 record. Kratky has earned all-UAA five times in his career.
Kratky and junior Jeremy Bush earned first-team all-UAA accolades at No. 3 doubles after posting a 3-0 record. The duo has an 8-4 record this season.
Kratky also posted second-team all-UAA honors after recording a 2-1 mark while playing No. 3 singles. He is 15-6 this season in singles, and has a 28-15 combined mark
Sophomore Jason Haugen posted a 3-0 record at No. 5 singles and earned first-team all-UAA honors. Haugen has an 11-4 mark in singles this season, and a combined 22-10 record.
Sophomore Johnny Wu rounded out the honorees by earning second-team all-UAA at No. 2 singles after posting a 2-1 record. He recorded a three-set win over No. 36-ranked David Liu of the University of Chicago in the semifinals. The dual loss for Liu was his first of the season. Wu has a 15-7 record this season in singles, and an 18-9 combined mark.
No. 7-ranked WashU advanced to the UAA Championship match for the 11th-straight season before falling to No. 1 Emory University 6-3. The Bears have a 16-5 overall record, and are seeking their 17th-straight NCAA appearance.