Senior Rafe Mosetick of Emory University was named UAA Men's Tennis Most Valuable Player as the 2016 UAA All-Association Team was announced.
Mosetick won all three of his matches at No. 1 singles and teamed with UAA Rookie of the Year Jonathan Jemison to take three matches at No. 2 doubles to lead the top-ranked Eagles to their second consecutive UAA title.
Mosetick, currently the top-ranked singles player in the Atlantic South Region and second-ranked singles player in Division III, finished his UAA career with an 11-1 record in singles over four years, earning first-team All-Association honors three times and second-team honors once.
Jemison won all three of his matches at No. 2 singles and his 6-0 record in his first UAA Championship propelled him to the Rookie of the Year award.
Emory swept the awards as John Browning and assistant coaches Chris Goodwin and Ian Wagner earned UAA Coaching Staff of the Year honors for leading the Eagles to three wins by a combined 22-6 score.