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Men's Tennis

Muminovic garners CSC Academic All-District honors

SAN ANTONIO – Marking his second major academic award this year, UTSA sophomore men's tennis player Danijal Muminovic has been named to the College Sports Communicators (CSC) Academic All-District Team.
Formerly known as CoSIDA (College Sports Information Directors of America), CSC's 2023 Academic All-District Men's Tennis Teams, selected by College Sports Communicators, recognize the nation's top student-athletes for their combined performances on the court and in the classroom.

Already earning his spot as UTSA's third-ever representative on the Conference USA All-Academic Team, Muminovic carries a 3.90 cumulative grade point average for his Honors College double major in Economics and Marketing. Hailing from Tuzla, Bosnia, he has also previously been named an Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Scholar-Athlete in 2022 and earned a spot on the C-USA Honor Roll with a C-USA Commissioner's Academic Medal in his first year at UTSA.

A member of the UTSA President's List and Dean's List throughout his time with the Roadrunners and commanding the fifth court for UTSA, Muminovic was a big part of the Roadrunners' historic success this season. Earning its first NCAA At-Large selection for the program's fifth NCAA appearance, UTSA recorded a program third-most wins on an 18-7 record. The Roadrunners made their second program appearance in the Conference USA title match as well. UTSA recorded three program-high rankings this season, reaching a record team ranking at 34th in the nation – remaining in the top 50 for 12 consecutive weeks. The squad also went undefeated from Feb. 17 to April 23, producing a phenomenal 14-match win streak that topped the nation at the time.
Doing his part in this stellar season, Muminovic registered a 13-7 singles record on the year, coming up at 9-3 on Court No. 5. He went 7-2 in his final 10 matches of the year. He ranked second for UTSA in singles victories. He logged a streak of 11 consecutive wins – recording 10 of those in two sets. Garnered key solo wins in pushing UTSA to ranked team victories against No. 54 Old Dominion, No. 28 VCU and No. 59 FAU. Picked up a leadoff win in the narrow loss to No. 71 Rice. On the year, he delivered UTSA's initial singles point in four matches, while closing out the victory-clinching point in two others.
Academic All-District honorees advance to the CSC Academic All-America® ballot. First-, second and third-team Academic All-America® honorees will be announced May 31.

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