CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Four Virginia student-athletes were named to the 2023 All-ACC Men’s Tennis teams in honors announced Monday (May 1) by the Atlantic Coast Conference.

Juniors Chris Rodesch (first team), Iñaki Montes (second team) and Jeffrey von der Schulenburg (third team) earned All-ACC honors in singles while Montes and Ryan Goetz were named to the All-ACC First Team in doubles.

Rodesch went 9-1 in singles in conference play and was 15-1 overall playing at the No. 1 singles position in dual matches. Rodesch had four victories against players in the top 10 of the ITA singles rankings and went 10-0 against players in the top-25. He was named the MVP of the 2023 ACC Men’s Tennis Championship and heads into the NCAA Championship on a 10-match win streak in singles. He was named the ACC Player of the Week four times this season. This is his second time being named to the first team.

Montes has a 17-7 record in singles and only dropped one match during conference play. He was named the ACC Player of the Week after picking up straight-set victories on the top court against Virginia Tech and Boston College and then winning the clinching match at No. 13 Harvard against No. 30 Harris Walker the last weekend of March. Montes was last season’s ACC Player of the Year and was named to the conference’s first team. He earned second-team honors his freshman year.

Von der Schulenburg has been ranked in the top 50 of the ITA singles rankings all season, peaking at No. 25. He has a 21-4 record in dual matches, going 9-2 in conference play and went 3-0 at No. 3 singles during the ACC Championship, picking up all three victories in straight sets. This is his third All-ACC honor after being named to the first team in 2021 and second team last year.

Montes and Goetz each tallied 9-1 records in doubles in conference play and were the top-ranked team in the conference heading into the ACC tournament at No. 9.


Melios Efstathiou, Wake Forest

Pedro Rodenas, Duke

Ramsey Smith, Duke

First Team
Garrett Johns, Duke*
Antoine Cornut-Chauvinc, Florida State*
Andres Martin, Georgia Tech
Dan Martin, Miami
Chris Rodesch, Virginia
Melios Efstathiou, Wake Forest

Second Team
Pedro Rodenas, Duke
Etienne Donnet, Louisville
Ryan Seggerman, North Carolina
Sebastian Dominko, Notre Dame
Iñaki Montes, Virginia
Ryan Fishback, Virginia Tech

Third Team
Ryuhei Azuma, Clemson
Marcus McDaniel, Georgia Tech
Fabien Salle, Louisville
Brian Cernoch, North Carolina
Luca Staeheli, NC State
Jeffrey von der Schulenburg, Virginia

All-ACC Doubles
First Team
Garrett Johns and Pedro Rodenas, Duke
Ryan Seggerman and Casey Kania, North Carolina
Iñaki Montes and Ryan Goetz, Virginia

Second Team
Andres Martin and Martin McDaniel, Georgia Tech*
Fabien Salle and Natan Rodrigues, Louisville
Robin Catry and Luca Staeheli, NC State*
Jordan Chrysostom and Ryan Fishback, Virginia Tech
*Denotes a tie in voting

Third Team
Antoine Cornut-Chauvinc, Florida State
Rafa Iziquierdo Luque and Joe Wayand, NC State
Sebastian Dominko and Connor Fu, Notre Dame