PRINCETON, N.J. - Senior Jason Pinsky was named to the men's tennis All-Ivy first team on Thursday, the league announced. Pinsky was voted onto the team unanimously for the third time, having earned that distinction every year since transferring from Vanderbilt after his freshman campaign.
Pinsky was one of three unanimous selections to the team, and narrowly missed being named the league's Player of the Year. That award went to Princeton's Peter Capkovic.
Pinsky, who captained the Quakers this season, went 5-2 in Ivy League singles play at the top spot in the Quakers' lineup. He also formed half of the team's regular number one doubles team which compiled a 5-2 record in Ivy play.
Also recognized by the Ivy League was senior Eric Riley, who earned honorable mention All-Ivy status. Playing between No. 2 and No. 5 in the Penn lineup, Riley went 6-1 in Ivy League play. He also was part of four victories in doubles, both at the first and second positions.
For Riley, the honor was the first All-Ivy singles recognition he has recieved. Last season, he was named to the All-Ivy doubles first team.