The Intercollegiate Tennis Association announced the 2018 ITA All-Americans, with four Big Ten men's tennis students garnering recognition.
Illinois' Aleks Vukic, Michigan's Alex Knight, and Ohio State's Mikael Torpegaard were all named Division I Men's Singles All-Americans. For Torpegaard and Vukic, it marks the third consecutive year both were named singles All-Americans.
Ohio State's doubles pair of Torpegaard and Martin Joyce earned All-America honors after finishing the season as the national runner-up advancing to the NCAA Championship match. It is Torpegaard's second doubles All-American accolade as he teammed with Herkko Pollanen to earn the honor in 2017.
To become an ITA All-American, a student must achieve one of the following:
Singles - Top 16 seed in NCAA Singles Championship; reach round of 16 in NCAA Singles Championship; finish in the Top 20 of final Oracle/ITA National Singles Rankings.
Doubles - Top eight seed in NCAA Doubles Championship; reach quarterfinals in NCAA Doubles Championship; finish in the Top 10 of final Oracle/ITA National Doubles Rankings.
The full release can be found here.
Division I Men
Aleks Vukic, Illinois
Alex Knight, Michigan
Mikael Torpegaard, Ohio State
Martin Joyce/Mikael Torpegaard, Ohio State