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Rodgers Earns Spot On All-State Men's Tennis Second Team

Josh Rodgers has been named to the All-State second team

FREDERICKSBURG, Va. – Bridgewater College junior Josh Rodgers was named to the Virginia Sports Information Directors (VaSID) All-State College Division Men's Tennis Second Team released Monday.

Rodgers posted an 11-5 overall record and a 7-2 mark in ODAC play, all at No. 2 singles. Earlier this year, he was named to the All-ODAC First Team at No. 2 singles and the All-ODAC Second Team at the No. 1 doubles position.

2018 Men's Tennis College All-State 

2018 VaSID Player of the Year: Harry Shepherd, Washington & Lee
2018 VaSID Rookie of the Year: Cole Tecce, Mary Washington
2018 VaSID Coach of the YearL Todd Helbling, Mary Washington​

First Team                                                            
Singles - Justin Cerny, Christopher Newport University
Singles - Patrick Hughes, University of Mary Washington
Singles - Matt Miles, University of Mary Washington
Singles - Matthew Moody, Hampden-Sydney College
Singles - David Reed, Christopher Newport University
Singles - Harry Shepherd, Washington & Lee University

Doubles - Derek Hagino/Patrick Hughes, University of Mary Washington    
Doubles - Matthew Moody/Michael Moody, Hampden-Sydney College
Doubles - Michael FlemingRyland Byrd, University of Mary Washington    

Second Team                                                                                                                  
Singles - Juan Borga, Lynchburg College
Singles - Joseph Brown, University of Mary Washington
Singles - Grayson Burns, Hampden-Sydney College
Singles - Clark Cummings, Hampden-Sydney College
Singles - Paul Monson, Southern Virginia University
Singles - Josh Rodgers, Bridgewater College

Doubles - Justin Cerny/David Reed, Christopher Newport University
Doubles - Clark Cummings/Grayson Burns, Hampden-Sydney College         
Doubles - William Trang/Andy Mason, Christopher Newport University
Doubles - Matt Miles/Moses Hutchinson, University of Mary Washington