Kidera played No. 1 singles and Nos. 2 and 3 doubles for the Billikens this season. He posted 10 singles victories, and his team-high 11 doubles wins included an 8-6 record in dual matches.
The selection of Kidera gives the Saint Louis men’s program at least one All-Conference player in six of the past seven seasons.“Bobby Kidera loved to compete against the best the past few years, and we are very proud of this accomplishment,” head coach Jon Zych said. “He competed well at No. 1 singles and usually found a way to break down his opponent. We are happy for Bobby and are confident he will be successful upon graduating from SLU.”