Sellentin named second-team All-RMAC

By Doug Fitzgerald published April 23, 2004

University of Colorado at Colorado Springs junior Travis Sellentin was named second-team All-Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference at No. 4 singles, the conference announced Friday.

Sellentin, from Kingwood, Texas, went 7-3 this season in singles play.

Sophomore Sean Voorhies, who has won his past five singles matches, was named All-RMAC honorable mention.


2004 RMAC Men's Tennis
All-Conference Teams

First-Team Singles
No. 1 Andre Nilsson, Metropolitan State
No. 2 Chad Malone, Nebraska-Kearney
No. 3 Jojo Mmopi, Metropolitan State
No. 4 Nate Wiegand, Nebraska-Kearney
No. 5 Ben Dunn, Colorado Mines
No. 6 Johan Bodaski, Colorado State-Pueblo

Second-Team Singles
No. 1 Matt Rychlik, Colorado Mines
No. 2 James Schumacher, Metropolitan State
No. 3 Elliot Schwartz, Colorado State-Pueblo
No. 4 Travis Sellentin, CU-Colorado Springs
No. 5 Luke Backhaus, Nebraska-Kearney
No. 6 Tyson Thomas, Nebraska-Kearney

Honorable Mention Singles
No. 1 Sean Voorhies, CU-Colorado Springs

First-Team Doubles
No. 1 Jorge Ramos/Chad Malone, Nebraska-Kearney
No. 2 Brandon Beauvais/Johan Bodaski, Colorado State-Pueblo
No. 3 Cory Ciccone/Nate Wiegand, Nebraska-Kearney

Second-Team Doubles
No. 1 Andre Nilsson/Jojo Mmopi, Metropolitan State
No. 2 Scott Flannigan/James Schumacher, Metropolitan State
No. 3 Greg Greenwood/Ken Vaughan, Colorado State-Pueblo

Honorable Mention Doubles
No. 1 Mario Gagliardi/Elliot Schwartz, Colorado State-Pueblo

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