Gould, as well as junior partner Steven Henderson, earned second-team recognition in doubles. Gould was a first-team singles performer as a sophomore, when he earned second-team recognition in doubles. He was a first-team doubles honoree as a freshman
Kearney, a transfer from North Carolina, is the Anteaters' first conference player of the year since Brett Hansen-Dent earned the honor in 1992. In his debut season as an 'Eater, Kearney posted a 16-7 record in dual matches and is ranked No. 42 by the Intercollegiate Tennis Assn. in singles.
Kronemann, a former four-time All-American at UCI, has guided the Anteaters to their second straight appearance in the NCAA Tournament.
UCI (19-7) will face Mississippi (12-9) in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament on May 13 at the Los Angeles Tennis Center on the UCLA campus.
UCI captured its 14th Big West crown by topping Pacific, 4-0, in the title match Sunday at Indian Wells Tennis Garden. UCI was 5-0 in conference regular-season dual matches.
Cheung, as well as Henderson, received honorable mention in singles voting.
— From staff reports
Misty sprains knee
Misty May-Treanor, a two-time Olympic beach volleyball gold medalist, sprained her MCL in her left knee at the Olympic Bay Sanya Open in China Saturday, but will not need surgery.
May-Treanor's agent, Thomas McCarthy, told the Associated Press Monday that May-Treanor, a former Newport Harbor High standout, will do physical therapy and "should only be sidelined a couple of weeks."
The injury forced May-Treanor and teammate Kerri Walsh to withdraw from the Federation Internationale de Volleyball tour event, as they finished fourth.
"Phew … everything OK, just a little sprained MCL. Be back in no time!" May-Treanor posted on Twitter.
In 2008, May-Treanor tore her left Achilles' tendon while rehearsing for "Dancing with the Stars" after the Beijing Olympics and missed about a year.
April Ross, also a former Newport Harbor standout, finished seventh with her teammate Jen Kessy.
— From staff reports