Notre Dame to close out season at home
Notre Dame defeats Georgia Tech and IPFW
Notre Dame defeats Ball State, Wisconsin
Irish fare well in singles play
Notre Dame opens against top-flight foes
The men's tennis team was victorious over Louisville on April 21st at the Big East Championship in the Eck Center.
Notre Dame lost to Northwestern on Tuesday, January 22nd in the Eck Tennis Pavilion.
Notre Dame beat Western Illinois 7 to 0 at the Eck Tennis Pavilion at 5pm on Saturday, January 19th.
Images of the Irish during another successful campaign.
Notre Dame defeated St. Bonaventure 7-0 on March 31st, in the Eck Tennis Pavilion.
AS A SENIOR: Finished the year with a 5-5 singles record and a 5-4 doubles record . . . went 3-0 in doubles competition with Kenneth Sabacinski at the Fighting Illini Invitational . . . ended his singles play with a three-match win streak and an undefeated record at the Morgan Run Hidden Duals … defeated IPFW’s Connor Andrew and Derek Romer, 7-6(6) with Drew Dawson on March 22.
AS A JUNIOR: Went 11-6 in singles, 5-4 in dual action for the Irish ... also went 2-2 in doubles in tournament play ... his 6-3, 3-6, 6-5 victory over Eric Frueh of Minnesota helped Notre Dame advance in the ITA Indoor Championships ... logged a record of 6-3 in singles in the fall ... named to the Bobby Bayliss Invitational all-tournament team after going 3-1 in singles ... earned a monogram.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Went 12-6 in singles action (9-5 at No. 5) during the spring, including a 7-1 record in final 10 matches ... two singles losses came to opponents ranked in the top 40 ... eight singles victories came in straight sets ... played in two doubles matches, one with Alex Lawson and one with Spencer Talmadge ... turned in strong fall with a 10-3 mark in singles, including a 9-1 record in last 10 matches ... won a pair of singles matches at the OFCC Invitational before going a perfect 4-0 at the Tom Fallon Invitational to earn all-tournament accolades ... closed October with a win at the USTA/ITA Midwest Singles Championship, before finishing the fall with a 3-0 mark at the Tribe Invitational ... won eight of 10 singles matches in straight sets ... only three singles losses came to opponents ranked in the top 65 ... also went 3-3 in doubles contests ... won a pair of matches with Quentin Monaghan and one with Matt Dooley ... earned a monogram.
AS A FRESHMAN:Went 14-7 in singles action on the year, including 6-1 during the spring season ... in doubles partnered with four different teammates to go 9-4 ... picked up all six singles wins in straight sets, winning all but one at the five or six spot ... defeated Villanova's Mark Miller (6-0, 6-3) at six singles in the first round of the BIG EAST Tournament ... moved up to three singles against Saint Bonaventure and defeated Elliot Fanshel (6-1, 6-1) in straight sets ... went 4-2 in doubles during the spring, playing at two or three ... defeated opponents from Toledo, IUPUI, Saint Bonaventure and Villanova ... went 2-0 at the Illini Invitational and 2-1 Tom Fallon Invitational in doubles ... went 3-1 in singles at both the Tom Fallon Invitational and the Gopher Invitational ... went 9-1 in his last 10 singles contests to end year ... named a BIG EAST Academic All-Star ... earned a monogram.
HIGH SCHOOL & PERSONAL DATA:Graduated from Mounds View High School in the spring of 2011 ... played high school tennis as a seventh and eighth grader and as a senior ... is the only eighth grader in Minnesota history to win the state title ... ranked as high as third in the nation in Boys 18s ... was the National open champion for 18s and a USTA Clay Courts quarterfinalist for 18s ... was ranked top 10 in the nation in 12s, 16s and 18s ... participated in the German Club ... was a 2009 Minnesota History Competition finalist ... born to Brian and Rene McCoy in Saint Paul, Minn. ... has an older brother, Brody ... father, Brian, played tennis at Hamline College, while mother, Rene, participated in gymnastics at St. Cloud State ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters and is majoring in psychology.