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The Big East tennis awards were handed out last week and two Marquette players were honored for their seasons. Senior Trent Hagan and junior Dusan Medan were both named to the All-Big East Men's Tennis Team. The accolade is really no surprise, as Hagan and Medan were big time contributors in leading the Golden Eagles to a 17-6 record and sixth-place finish at the Big East Championships.

Medan was perhaps the team's most consistent player. He posted a 31-9 record in singles, playing at mostly No. 2. He went 3-0 in singles play at the championships and was the lone Marquette player to record a win in the Golden Eagles' third-round loss to St. John's.

Hagan served as the team's vocal leader and routinely played the opposing team's best player this season. He went 21-14 in singles play, including a solid 2-1 at the championships. The pair also went 1-0 in their lone match together at doubles.

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