Morningside placed three singles players and a doubles team on the 2015 All-GPAC Men’s Tennis Team.

Danny Graves

Morningside College placed four players on the 2015 All-Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) Men’s Tennis Team as selected by the league’s head coaches.

The Mustangs’ All-GPAC selections are Danny Graves at No 1 singles, Alex Struck at No. 5 singles, Jordan Betts at No. 6 singles, and Graves and Brandon Stoll at No. 1 doubles.

Graves, a sophomore from Sioux City, was also named to last year’s All-GPAC team. He had a 7-12 singles record this season.

Struck, a senior from Cherokee, Iowa, was Morningside’s top singles winner with a 13-6 record to tie the Mustangs’ record for singles triumphs in a season previously achieved by Austin Grundy in 2010-11 and by Graves last season.

Alex Struck

Betts, a freshman from Sioux City, had a 10-6 record.

Graves and Stoll, a freshman from Spirit Lake, Iowa, combined for an 8-13 record.

The Mustangs’ Akshay Krishna received honorable mention All-GPAC recognition in singles, while Struck and Jordan Nelson made the All-GPAC honorable mention list in doubles.

Krishna, a freshman from Lima, Peru, had a 10-10 record.

Struck and Nelson, a freshman from Red Oak, Iowa, combined for a 10-6 record to top the Mustangs’ doubles tandems in victories.

Morningside posted a 9-10 record and finished third in the GPAC with a 3-2 league record during the 2014-15 season.

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