FLORENCE, S.C. – The Peach Belt Conference (PBC) held its year-end awards ceremony Thursday night, with No. 22 Georgia College Men's Tennis bringing in plenty of hardware.
Möller, the No. 12 singles player in the country, brings in his first All-PBC singles honor thanks to a 15-2 singles record on the top line, including 8-1 in PBC play. He pulled in four wins against nationally-ranked competition in six tries.
Möller and Rogel are the No. 2 doubles pairing in all of Division II, owning a 16-2 mark in. the Bobcat pair was also 7-2 in conference play. For Rogel, this is his first career postseason honor.
All-time, Bobcat Men's Tennis has had 24 All-PBC honors in singles and nine in doubles.
GC Men's Tennis is back in action Friday, April 19 in the PBC Tournament at Francis Marion. The No. 6-seed Bobcats take on No. 3-seed Flagler in the first round at 9 a.m.
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