Five Glendale men's singles players and two doubles teams recently received all-conference accolades, as did one Glendale women's singles athlete and a doubles team.
The highest honor went to the men's No. 1 doubles team of sophomores Emanuel Haug and Joey Tresierras, who secured co-first team conference honors with Nikolay Ivanov and Regis Fastrez of Santa Barbara City College.
"The big thing is that it's a very tough conference," said MacKay, whose team finished 6-11 and 3-5 in conference. "They are right where they belong and they had a good chemistry playing together.
"Emanuel was coming back from a knee injury. Then him and Joey came together and were dominant, especially toward the end of the season."
Haug and Tresierras advanced to the round-of-16 at the Southern California Regionals at Cal State Northridge on April 30. Haug and Tresierras finished up at 7-10 overall and 5-3 in conference.
The Vaqueros No. 3 doubles tandem of sophomore Dinusha Wijesuriya and freshman Garn Sangsuriyakul earned second-team honors.
The duo went 3-1 in conference despite not playing together the first half of the season because of various reasons.
"They hadn't played competitively for quite a while," MacKay said. "They just continued to develop their games in the second half."
In singles, Tresierras earned second-team honors at No. 1, while Haug snagged second-team honors at the No. 2 spot.
In addition, Paul Nagapetyan was honorable mention at No. 3, Wijesuriya was honorable mention at No. 4 and Chaz Hall received honorable mention at No. 6.
Tresierras finished 6-10 overall and 3-4 in conference in singles. Haug went 7-10 and 5-3, while Nagapetyan went 7-7 and 1-5. Wijesuriya finished at 5-6 and 3-4 and Hall went 7-9 and 4-4.