Meet Newsday's All-Long Island boys tennis team for the 2018 spring season.
Long Island Player of the Year: Patrick Maloney, Oyster Bay, Sr.
Maloney returned to play at Oyster Bay after four years of focusing on the USTA tour and proved he was the best in the state, winning the NYSPHSAA championship on June 2 at the Billie Jean King USTA National Tennis Center. He rolled through the tournament, culminating in a 7-5, 6-2 win over Ryan Fishback of Geneva. The senior did not drop a single game during the regular season.
Jack Flores, Huntington, Soph.
The fourth-year varsity player went 23-1 this season. Flores has won back-to-back Suffolk singles crowns and dropped just one set all season, coach Jamie Fishlow said.
Evan Brady, Chaminade, Jr.
Brady was the Flyers' No. 1 singles player this season. He went 11-0 in CHSAA play including the playoffs and was 13-1 overall this season for Chaminade, which was the 2018 CHSAA runner-up.
Mathew Cashin, Cold Spring Harbor, Jr.
The junior finished second in the Nassau individual boys tennis tournament, and advanced to the semifinals of the consolation bracket at the state tournament.
Eli Grossman, Syosset, Sr.
Grossman and Preet Rajpal, both five-year varsity players, won the Nassau doubles championship for a second straight year and advanced to the state tournament quarterfinals. Grossman also has a 66-3 singles record, and Rajpal, a three-time All-State doubles player, went 53-8 in doubles play.
Andrew Lin, Commack, Sr.
Lin and Sol Yoon both went 15-1 in doubles this season en route to the Suffolk doubles championship.
Preet Rajpal, Syosset, Sr.
Rajpal and Eli Grossman, both five-year varsity players, won the Nassau doubles championship for a second straight year and advanced to the state tournament quarterfinals. Grossman also has a 66-3 singles record, and Rajpal, a three-time All-State doubles player, went 53-8 in doubles play.
Abhinav Srivastava, Half Hollow Hills East, Sr.
Srivastava was the runner-up of Suffolk individual boys tennis tournament, and made the finals of the consolation bracket at the state tournament
Sol Yoon, Commack, Sr.
Yoon and Andrew Lin both went 15-1 in doubles this season en route to the Suffolk doubles championship.
Coach of the Year: Jimmy Delevante, Commack
In his first year as Cougars coach, Delevante guided second-seeded Commack to a 4-2 win against No. 1 Half Hollow Hills East. It was Commack's first Suffolk boys team title since 2009, according to Delevante.