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Sat Mar 03
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3 #28 Kalamazoo
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Wed Mar 21
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9 #28 Denison
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7 at #9 Carnegie Mellon
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9 at #19 Kenyon
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Fri Apr 06
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8 #29 Denison
1 at Mo. Baptist
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Sat Apr 07
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0 #29 Denison
9 vs. #10 Washington (Mo.)
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Tue Apr 10
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9 #29 Denison
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Fri Apr 13
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Sat Apr 14
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Sun Apr 22
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@ Indianapolis, Ind. in Indianapolis, Ind.
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Cawood receives All-American honors

Tom Cawood

Senior Tom Cawood closed out his collegiate career in the second round of the 2012 NCAA Championship Tournament on Thursday in Cary, N.C.  Cawood also earned All-American honors following his first-round victory.

In the opening round, the DU senior squared off against Washington & Lee's top singles player, Hayden White.  Cawood struck first with a hard-fought victory in the first set.  After the two battled to a 6-6 tie, the senior secured the opening set with a 7-4 win in the tiebreaker.  White answered in the next set with a 6-3 decision.  In the third-and-decisive set, Cawood edged his opponent via 6-4 score.  With the win, the Central Region Senior Player of the Year secured his first-career All-American certificate and became the 10th athlete in program history to earn All-American status.

Cawood returned to the court later in the afternoon for his second-round match against William's Felix Sun.  Like in his first match, Cawood took the early advantage with a 6-4 decision in the first set.  However, the senior found himself in yet another three-set battle after suffering a 6-1 setback.  As he entered his sixth set of the day, the heat began to take its toll on the Big Red singles player.  Despite a valiant effort, Sun doubled up Cawood, the only athlete in the field to play back-to-back three-set matches, 6-3.

The senior ended his career with 54 career singles victories, which ranks tied for sixth all-time with classmate Matt McErlean.  Cawood also ranks ninth in career singles winning percentage (.730).