RICHMOND, Ind. – Sophomore Vitalii Stadnyk earned Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference (HCAC) Men's Tennis Most Valuable Player honors for the second consecutive season in 2016.
Stadnyk, who appeared on the All-HCAC First Team with his MVP honor, has a 33-10 record in two seasons playing first singles for the Quakers including a perfect 16-0 mark in HCAC competition.
Stadnyk is 32-10 at first doubles with partner Jack Ventura-Cruess in the last two seasons.
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|No. 4||-||Talcott Rewrites Record Book in Freshman Season|
|No. 5||-||Baseball Has Record-Breaking Season|
|No. 6||-||Kenner Break Career Records During Senior Season|
|No. 7||-||Nick Johnson Named HCAC Coach of the Year|
|No. 8||-||Druley Performance Gymnasium Dedicated|
|No. 9||-||Field Hockey Comes From Behind to Defeat Wooster|
|No. 10||-||Men's Tennis Qualifies for Sixth Straight HCAC Tournament|
|No. 11||-||Richard Breaks Meet Record at NCAA Div. III Championships|
|No. 12||-||Field Hockey Has Third-Highest GPA in NCAA|
|No. 13||-||Men's Soccer Qualifies for HCAC Tournament|
|No. 14||-||Women's Basketball Beats Hanover for First Time Since 2005|
|No. 15||-||Hepburn Named First Team All-HCAC in Cross Country