Mavericks defeat Penn 4-2 and NMSU 4-1 to close out one of the best weekends in UTA history
The Southland Conference recognizes one male, one female scholar-athlete from each league institution
David Subirats named first-team all-academic team
Class includes five men's basketball players
UT Arlington held its annual All-Sports Banquet Thursday evening in the College Park Center.
- All-SLC First Team singles at the No. 4 position and First Team All-Academic
- Led the team in singles wins with a 13-6 overall mark and a perfect 5-0 Southland record
- Teamed up with three different teammates to finish with a 10-12 doubles record playing at the No. 1 and 2 positions
- Won four straight single matches which included a pair of victories over then ranked No. 57 New Mexico State and No. 73 A&M-Corpus Christi
- Recorded five straight doubles wins with both Nicolas Moreno and Mindaugas Celedinas.
- Named to the All-SLC singles second team
- Named SLC Player of the Week (Feb. 23)
- Capital One Bank/Southland Conference Commissioner's Honor Roll recipient
- Finished 10-11 overall in singles action
- Partnered with Giacomo Sano and Gonzalo Bienzobas in doubles play
- Recorded a 4-4 mark with teammate Sano at the No. 3 position
- Registered a three-set win in the opening match of the SLC Tournament over Andrew Irving of UTPA
- Won three straight conference matches prior to the SLC Tournament.
- Named All-SLC Singles Second Team
- Named to the Capital One Bank/SLC Commissioner's Honor Roll
- Finished the season with a combined 15 wins including a 9-8 singles record
- Won three straight singles matches against Centenary College, UTSA and UC Santa Barbara at the No. 5 position
- Paired with Gonzalo Bienzobas, the duo won their first four matches including an 8-3 win against No. 75 University of New Oreleans.
Off the Court
- Subirats is the son of Antonio Subirats and Montserrat Altes
- Born on August 26, 1989
- Has two brothers - Eric and Albert
- Majoring in sports management