Sitaram Named Academic All-District IVMay 26, 2005 · MT Media Relations
Sitaram carries a 3.97 grade-point-average and is majoring in Economics and Mathematics. The Hyderabad, India, native also was a major contributor to Middle Tennessee's Sun Belt Championship tennis team this season, posting a 16-7 dual match record and 28-11 mark in singles this year. Sitaram also added 21 doubles victories with Greg Pollack this year.
He won all three singles matches and a pair of doubles tilts in helping the Blue Raiders to their first SBC Championship. Sitaram also had a three-set singles match against Auburn, and he and Pollack won their doubles tilt, in the Blue Raiders' 4-3 loss in the first round of the NCAA Team Championships.
Sitaram's name will now enter a pool for Academic All-America, to be announced in the coming weeks.
ESPN THE MAGAZINE ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT IV AT-LARGE
Rob Altenau (Dayton)
Tommy Dennis (Western Michigan)
Jeff Hamberg (Kentucky)
Mikus Paipars (Western Kentucky)
Craig Pickerel (Bowling Green)
Vlad Polyakov (Alabama)
Mitch Richeson (Ohio State)
Jason Rogers (Ohio State)
Anant Sitaram (Middle Tennessee)
Stewart Smith (Alabama)
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