Trio of Men's Tennis Student-Athletes Named to All-Conference Lists
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Charles Martin-Lecamp has been named to the Atlantic 10's First-Team...
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A trio of Charlotte 49er men's tennis student-athletes landed on the All-Conference honor rolls for the 2011 season, Atlantic 10 officials announced Friday. Junior Charles Martin-Lecamp was named to the 2011 First-Team, with seniors Mike Anders and Moritz Bernhoerster landing on the Second-Team in their final season.

Martin-Lecamp went 3-0 in the regular season as Charlotte's top singles player against other conference number-one players. He finished with a team-best 14 victories in 2011, and sits at 45 singles wins for his three-year career as a 49er. He has 28 doubles wins at Charlotte. This is his second First-Team All-Atlantic 10 award.

Anders and Bernhoerster both tied for second with 13 singles wins. Anders had 10 wins in the spring dual match season, including a 6-6 mark at number-two singles in the lineup.

Anders finished with 51 singles wins for his career. He is a former First-Team All-A-10 member, with two career appearances on the Second-Team.

Bernhoerster is a former two-time First-Team All-Atlantic 10 honoree. His 18 doubles victories with two different partners were the team-high this season. He tallied 52 singles wins and doubles wins in his four-year career at Charlotte.

Bernhoerster and Martin-Lecamp were Charlotte's most prolific doubles partnership in 2011, finishing 14-8 together this season, the most wins of any pairing of the season. They had six wins at each of the top two doubles spots in the lineup this season.

Anders teamed with fellow senior Chris Huynh to form a partnership that finished second with seven wins together for the season, all in the spring.

Charlotte finished 8-16 on the season, with a fifth-place finish at the Atlantic 10 Championships. The 49ers, originally seeded sixth, finished 3-1 for the weekend at the championships.

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