Men's Tennis Well-Represented Among All-Pac-10 Honorees
April 29, 2010
STANFORD, Calif.- Stanford's nationally-ranked trio of Bradley Klahn, Ryan Thacher and Alex Clayton was honored with selections to the All-Pac-10 Team, as announced on Thursday afternoon by the league office.
Klahn and Thacher were awarded spots on the First Team while Clayton was represented on the Second Team.
Klahn was tabbed to the First Team for the second straight season following a rookie campaign in which he was also named Pac-10 Freshman of the Year. Ranked No. 12 nationally, Klahn leads the Cardinal with a 32-8 overall mark while compiling a 14-5 dual match record at the No. 1 spot. He is 15-8 against nationally-ranked opponents this year.
One year after being named to the Second Team, Thacher was recognized with a selection to the First Team. Ranked No. 79 in the country, Thacher is 25-8 overall this season and 18-4 in duals.
Klahn and Thacher also comprise the nation's No. 3-ranked doubles team, sporting a 35-7 overall record.
Alex Clayton was named to the Second Team following two straight seasons as a member of the First Team. Ranked No. 62 nationally, Clayton is 21-11 overall and owns a 15-7 mark in duals.