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2013-14 MEN’S TENNIS MEDIA GUIDE

2013-14 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO MEN’S TENNIS Quick Facts Location.................................. Buffalo, NY 14260 Founded...........................................................1846 Enrollment................................................... 29,049 Nickname......................................................... Bulls Colors.....................................Royal Blue & White Affiliation.................................... NCAA Division I Conference......................Mid-American (MAC) Home Court.................. University Tennis Club ...............................................Miller Tennis Center Athletic Director.............................Danny White COACHING STAFF Head Coach.............. Lee Nickell (Furman, ‘01) Record at UB...................... 45-35 (Fifth season) Career record.................... 45-35 (Fifth season) Assistant Coach............. George Tibil (Buffalo) Tennis Office..................................716-645-6669 TEAM INFORMATION 2012-13 Overall Record................................9-10 2012-13 MAC Record/Finish..............3-2/t-3rd 2013-14 Returnees/Newcomers.................8/1 ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS Address........ 21 Alumni Arena, Buffalo, NY 14260 Assistant AD/Communications...... Jon Fuller Associate Director.............................Brian Wolff Assistant Director............................ Louie Spina Assistant Director (Tennis Contact).Joe Kepler E-mail............................... jdkepler@buffalo.edu Office................................................716-645-5523 Website......................... www.buffalobulls.com

2012-13 FINAL RESULTS (9-10 OVERALL, 3-2 MAC) FALL SEASON Sept. 14-15 at Princeton Invite NTS Sept. 28-30 at Penn Invite NTS Oct. 12-14 at Cornell Invite NTS Oct. 19-21 at ITA Northeast Regionals NTS Jan. 25 vs. Colgate W, 7-0 Jan. 26 vs. Bryant W, 6-1 Feb. 3 at Penn L, 1-6 Feb. 10 at Cornell L, 0-7 Feb. 16 at Cleveland State W, 4-3 Feb. 22 NIAGARA W, 6-1 Feb. 23 DUQUESNE W, 5-1 Mar. 2 at Princeton L, 0-7 Mar. 3 NJIT W, 5-2 Mar. 9 at Brown L, 0-7 Mar. 15 at Florida Atlantic L, 3-4 Mar. 16 at Lynn L, 2-7 Apr. 5 at Western Michigan * W, 4-3 Apr. 7 at Toledo * W, 4-3 Apr. 12 CHICAGO STATE * W, 7-0 Apr. 14 at Binghamton L, 3-4 Apr. 20 BALL STATE * L, 3-4 Apr. 21 NORTHERN ILLINOIS * L, 3-4 Apr. 26 vs. Western Michigan# L, 2-4

2013-14 SCHEDULE Sept. 13-15 Sept. 27-29 Oct. 17-19 Jan. 19 Feb. 1 Feb. 7 Feb. 8 Feb. 15 Feb. 22 Feb. 28 March 1 March 7 March 8 March 9 March 11 March 12 March 14 March 23 April 4 April 6 April 18 April 20

at Princeton Invite at Penn Invite at ITA Regionals at Cornell Cleveland St. at Dartmouth at Penn Duquesne at Marist at NJIT at Princeton vs. Bryant at Brown at Boston U. at Central Florida vs. Southern Miss. vs. Illinois St. * Toledo Binghamton * Western Michigan * at Northern Illinois * at Ball State

NTS NTS NTS 2:00 PM 1:00 PM 11:00 AM 3:00 PM 1:00 PM TBA TBA 9:00 AM 6:00 PM 10:00 AM 12:00 PM 12:00 PM 10:00 AM TBA 1:00 PM 2:00 PM 10:00 AM TBA TBA

* Mid-American Conference matches Home matches in BOLD CAPS All Times Eastern

*Mid-American Conference matches #Mid-American Conference Tournament matches (DeKalb, IL)

MID-AMERICAN CONFERENCE Phone...............................................216-566-4622 Fax.....................................................216-696-2622 Website...........................www.mac-sports.com Commissioner.................. Dr. Jon Steinbrecher Men’s Tennis Contact.......................Ken Mather

2013-14 Roster NAME YR. Pablo Alvarez So. Sergio Arevalillo So. Damien David Jr. Jonathan Hannestad Fr. Sebastian Ionescu Jr.. Akhil Mehta So. Ashwin Sharma So. Yevgeniy Jason Shkodnik Sr. Jason Simon Sr. Head Coach: Lee Nickell

HT. 5-11 5-7 6-1 6-3 5-6 6-0 6-0 6-0 5-10

WT. 165 150 160 190 125 173 143 193 162

HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL Madrid, Spain/British Council Madrid, Spain/Sek-El Castillo Montreal, Quebec/Georges Vanier Vedbæk, Denmark / Nærum Gymnasium Braila, Romania/Nicolae Iorga Theoretical Edmonton, Alberta/ Harry Ainlay Booragoon, Australia/Applecross SHS Bradenton, FL/Bradenton Prep Roslyn, NY/Roslyn

Assistant Coach: George Tibil

PRONUNCIATION CHART Sergio Arevalillo ARE-re-vail-yo Sebastian Ionescu EYE-uh-nesh-coo Akhil Mehta uh-KEEL MAY-tuh Yevgeniy Shkodnik YEV-jenny SHKOD-nik

2013-14 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO MEN’S TENNIS 2012-13 FINAL STATISTICS (MAC RECORDS IN PARENTHESIS) Singles 1 2 3 4 5 6 Tourn. Total Vusa Hove 11-8 (4-1) 8-3 19-11 (4-1) Damien David 13-6 (4-1) 4-4 17-10 (4-1) Sebastian Ionescu 9-6 (2-2) 0-0 9-6 (2-2) Pablo Alavarez 1-2 (1-0) 9-5 (3-1) 1-1 (0-0) 0-0 11-8 (4-1) Sergio Arevalillo 1-2 (1-0) 1-4 (1-3) 1-2 (0-0) 0-0 3-8 (2-3) Ashwin Sharma 1-1 (0-0) 2-6 (1-0) 2-3 (1-2) 0-0 5-10 (2-2) Akhil Mehta 2-1 (0-0) 4-6 (1-1) 5-4 11-11 (1-1) Jason Simon 0-1 (0-0) 1-0 (0-0) 3-5 4-6 (0-0) Nick Sarles 0-2 0-2 (0-0) Yevgeniy Jason Shkodnik 6-5 6-5 (0-0) Ivan Vereshchaga 4-4 4-4 (0-0) Team Totals 11-8 (4-1) 13-6 (4-1) 10-8 (3-2) 11-8 (4-1) 6-13 (2-3) 8-11 (2-3) 30-27 87-81 (19-11) Doubles 1 2 3 Tourn. Total David/Mehta 7-4 (0-0) 0-0 7-4 (0-0) David/Sharma 1-3 (1-2) 0-0 1-3 (1-2) David/Hove 1-1 (0-1) 0-0 1-1 (0-1) Mehta/Ionescu 1-4 (1-3) 0-0 1-4 (1-3) Sharma/Ionescu 1-4 (0-0) 0-0 1-4 (0-0) Hove/Shkodnik 1-1 (1-0) 3-2 (1-0) 0-0 4-3 (2-0) Hove/Ionescu 1-2 (0-0) 0-0 1-2 (0-0) Arevalillo/Sharma 0-1 (0-0) 1-1 (0-0) 0-0 1-2 (0-0) Simon/Hove 0-1 (0-0) 1-1 1-2 (0-0) Alvarez/Simon 0-1 (0-0) 0-0 0-1 (0-0) Alvarez/Hove 0-1 (0-0) 0-0 0-1 (0-0) Arevalillo/Alvarez 0-2 (0-0) 0-0 0-2 (0-0) Arevalillo/Shkodnik 0-3 (0-1) 0-0 0-3 (0-1) Mehta/Sarles 1-0 (1-0) 0-0 1-0 (1-0) David/Vereshchaga 7-3 7-3 (0-0) Hove/Mehta 3-2 3-2 (0-0) Shkodnik/Simon 0-2 0-2 (0-0) Shkodnik/Mehta 1-1 1-1 (0-0) Team Totals 9-8 (1-3) 4-13 (2-3) 5-10 (2-1) 12-9 30-40 (5-7)

2013-14 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO MEN’S TENNIS LEE NICKELL Head Coach 5th Season Now in his fifth season, head coach Lee Nickell has led the University at Buffalo men’s tennis team to some of its greatest successes in school history. The Bulls have posted double-digit victory seasons in each of Nickell’s first three years at the helm, a feat not accomplished by a UB men’s tennis program since the 2000-03 seasons. In his first season with the Bulls, Nickell led the team to an undefeated record in the Mid-American Conference, a top seed in the league championship tournament, a spot in the MAC Championship match and national and regional rankings for his players. For all those efforts, Nickell was named MAC Coach of the Year in 2010.

COACHING RECORD Overall MAC 2009-10 13-7 5-0 2010-11 12-8 3-2 2011-12 11-10 4-1 2012-13 9-10 3-2 Career 45-35 15-5

In 2012, he again led the team to a top seed in the MAC Tournament and a berth in the league final as the Bulls finished 11-10 and 4-1 in league play. For 2013, the team went 9-10 and saw senior Vusa Hove win MAC Player of the Year honors and a top-20 individual ranking in the region by the ITA. In four years at UB, Nickell has posted a 45-35 overall record and a 15-5 mark in MAC dual matches. Nickell was named to the position in June of 2009 after a national search. Prior to his arrival in Buffalo, Nickell was an assistant coach at Fresno State for one season and spent four seasons as an assistant coach at Alabama, helping guide the Crimson Tide to a Top 12 national ranking.

During the 2008-09 campaign, Nickell coached at Fresno State, helping the Bulldogs to a final ranking of 44th in the nation and a 17-9 overall dual match record, while working alongside head coach Jay Udwadia, a Buffalo native. The Bulldogs narrowly missed an at large bid into the NCAA Tournament, but Nickell did coach Rudolf Siwy, who made it to the singles draw of the NCAA Championships. Siwy finished the season as the 54th ranked singles player in the nation. As for doubles, Siwy joined with Mirko Zapletal to finish 41st in the nation. Nickell helped four Bulldog netters earn All-Western Athletic Conference honors in 2009. Prior to his stint at Fresno State, Nickell was an assistant coach at the University of Alabama, where in three seasons he helped move the Crimson Tide from 74th in the nation to the top 12. Alabama went 55-31 during the four seasons that Nickell was an assistant coach there. The Crimson Tide made the NCAA Tournament in all three years, including an appearance in the Sweet Sixteen in 2006. He also helped coach three individual players to the NCAA Championships including one doubles pair that went two years in a row. Before beginning his college coaching career in 2005, Nickell worked for four years at several clubs and tennis centers in the Southeast. In 2001, he was the Head Tennis Pro/Director of Junior Development at North Carolina’s Hendersonville Racquet Club. In 2003, Nickell was named Fitness Director at the Tops’l Beach and Racquet Club in Destin, Florida. before being named Tennis Professional at the Cherokee Tennis Center in Woodstock, Georgia. in 2004. Nickell graduated in 2001 from Furman University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science. At Furman he played number one singles from 1998-02. He was a three-year captain and was named to the All-Southern Conference Team twice in singles and once in doubles. Furman made its first ever NCAA Tournament appearance in 2001. At Furman, Nickell played for legendary men’s tennis coach Paul Scarpa, the all-time winningest coach in Division I men’s tennis history. On the national level, Nickell also serves as the Northeast Region Committee Chair for the Intercollegiate Tennis Asocociation.

2013-14 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO MEN’S TENNIS GEORGE TIBIL Assistant Coach 2nd Season After spending three seasons playing for the University at Buffalo men’s tennis team, George Tibil was named the squad’s assistant coach in September of 2012. Tibil, a former team captain for head coach Lee Nickell with the Bulls from 2009-12, compiled a 50-36 combined singles and doubles record in his three seasons at Buffalo. In 2010, he was named UB’s Most Valuable Player finishing 17-9 in singles play and 16-13 in doubles competitions. His 4-0 singles mark against Mid-American Conference opponents helped propel the Bulls to their first league regular season title. He also represented UB at the prestigious ITA Regional championships. A native of Bucharest, Romania, Tibil also brings a strong international background to his coaching duties. A winner of five national tournaments in Belgium, Tibil also scored a three-set victory over Tom Vanhoudt, ranked 36th in the ATP rankings. He was also among the top four junior players in Romania. “George Tibil is a great example of what it means to be a Buffalo Bull,” said Nickell. “After a stellar freshman year, he had two catastrophic injuries his sophomore and junior years which prohibited him from competing. Instead of throwing in the towel, he came every day to practice helping coach the guys as well as became a fixture in the athletic department. He has many years of coaching experience and his recruiting contacts are all over the world. He is the right guy for the job, and he will help the Bulls men’s tennis program continue to rewrite the record books.”

Men’s Tennis Support Staff

Mike Lawther Athletic Training

Carol Krestos Administrative Assistant

Kathy Twist Sport Supervisor

Joe Kepler Athletic Communications

Pat Wilson Academic Advising

2013-14 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO MEN’S TENNIS YEVGENIY JASON SHKODNIK Senior Bradenton, FL Bradenton Prep 2012-13: Went 6-5 in singles and 1-3 in doubles during the fall season, and ended the season with a 6-5 singles record and a 5-9 doubles mark... won the consolation round of the Nassau draw at the Princeton Invitational, taking two of his matches with third-set super-tiebreaker wins. Fell in the Red draw consolation final of the Penn Invitational in a third-set super-tiebreaker, finishing the tournament with a 2-2 singles record... teamed with Husa Hove and went 4-3 at doubles with that combination, including a perfect 2-0 in conference matches.

BY THE NUMBERS Singles Doubles 2010-11 3-5 6-3 2011-12 7-10 9-8 2012-13 6-5 5-9 Career 16-20 16-17

2011-12: Won the Bulls Spirit Award for the second straight season. Finished 7-10 in singles and 9-8 in doubles and was 2-2 in Mid-American Conference singles play, primarily from the number six slot. He also combined with Alex Kalinin to form UB’s number three doubles tandem which went 7-6 (3-2 MAC). Posted singles record of 3-2 and doubles mark of 2-2 during the fall. Went 1-1 in F singles and C doubles flights at the UB Invitational, scoring an 11-9 super-tiebreaker singles victory over his St. Bonaventure opponent. 2010-11: Earned the Bulls Spirit Award for his constant encouragement of his teammates during the season. Appeared in three singles matches during the spring. Won a double-bagel victory over Chicago State’s Dave Regus in UB’s 5-0 shutout of the Cougars. Paired with Kristof Custers for a 5-1 fall doubles record, winning the B flight consolation crown at the Cornell Invitational. Reached the B flight singles consolation final at the Cornell Invitational. High School: Earned three letters and captained two seasons at Florida’s Bradenton Preparatory Academy for coach Ellis Ferreira. Ranked in the top 25 in state of Florida. Helped team to state championship, earning all-area and all-conference honors. Also was a three-year starter at defensive end for the Patriots’ state and national championship football team with 19.5 sacks and second-team all-area honors. Batted .310 as a a catcher and center fielder on the baseball team. Personal: Born September 1, 1992. Son of Stan and Maya Shkodnik. Has one sister (Elizabeth). Favorite athlete is Gael Monfils. Favorite food is hot wings. Majoring in exercise science.

2013-14 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO MEN’S TENNIS JASON SIMON Senior Roslyn, NY Roslyn 2012-13: Posted a 3-5 singles record with a 1-3 doubles mark during the fall tournament season, and went 1-1 in singles and 0-1 in doubles during the dual meet season... Reached the Ben Franklin flight consolation final at the Penn Invitational, finishing with a 2-2 mark that included a third-set super-tiebreaker win in the semifinal round. 2011-12: Finished with a 5-5 singles record. Saw action during the spring at fifth and sixth singles playing two matches in both slots. Did not play doubles during the spring season. Posted a 4-2 singles record and was 1-2 in doubles during the fall. Went 2-1 in the D singles flight at the Princeton Invitational. Finished 2-1 in singles and paired with Alex Kalinin for a doubles victory at the UB Invitational.

BY THE NUMBERS Singles Doubles 2010-11 10-5 0-1 2011-12 5-5 1-2 2012-13 4-6 1-4 Career 19-16 2-7

2010-11: Joined the Bulls for the spring 2011 season and finished 10-5 in singles action. Played at fourth and fifth singles. Had a five-match win streak during the middle of the year that included a super-tiebreaker win over Binghamton’s Ruben Haggai for UB’s lone point in a 6-1 loss to the Bearcats. Previous college: Attended the University of Oklahoma. Did not see action with the Sooners. High school: Earned four letters and captained one season at Roslyn High School for coach Kerri McMahan. Finished fourth at the New York State Championships. Earned all-state and county honors. Personal: Born August 30, 1991. Son of Barry and Gwen Simon. Has one brother (Andrew). Lists winning the NABF baseball world series as his greatest athletic experience and hometown coach Mihia Grecu as his greatest athletic influence. Majoring is psychology.

2013-14 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO MEN’S TENNIS DAMIEN DAVID Junior Montreal, Quebec Georges Vanier 2012-13: Named to the All-MAC second team... Compiled 4-4 singles and 7-3 doubles records in the Fall, and was 13-6 in singles and was 9-8 in doubles in the Spring... Earned a seeding and a first-round bye as he scored three total victories at the ITA Regionals, reaching the third round of singles and combining with Ivan Vereshchaga to finish 2-1 with wins over opponents from Boston College and Binghamton before falling to the tournament’s top seeded duo. Registered two wins in the Cordish Draw of the Princeton Invitational, including a three-set quarterfinal triumph. Reached the A Flight doubles semifinals at the Penn Invitational.

BY THE NUMBERS Singles Doubles 2011-12 25-9 13-16 2012-13 17-10 16-11 Career 42-19 29-27

2011-12: Named team’s co-MVP during a sensational freshman campaign. Finished with a 25-9 singles record and was 13-16 in doubles play. Broke UB records for most wins in a season and the most by a freshman. Playing first singles, he went 5-0 in MAC contests. His 25 victories were the most by a men’s tennis player since Nikesh Singh Panthlia scored 24 victories in the 2008 season. Named to the All-MAC First Team and was the league’s Newcomer of the Year. Additionally, he was named the Northeast Region Rookie of the Year by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. During the fall, he led the Bulls with 11 singles wins. Won the A singles title at the Cornell Invitational, finishing 4-0. Reached the B flight championship match at the Princeton Invitational, falling in three sets, as he finished 3-1 in his first collegiate tournament. Won B singles and paired with Vusa Hove to win the A doubles title at the UB Invitational. Earned a first-round bye and went 1-1 at the ITA Regionals, reaching the third round. Personal: Born July 14, 1993. Son of Liette David. Also played soccer in high school. Favorite athlete is Marat Safin. Favorite food is paté chinois, a French-Canadian version of English shepherd’s pie. Lists playing in the Junior Davis Cup as his greatest athletic experience. Majoring in civil engineering.

2013-14 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO MEN’S TENNIS SEBASTIAN IONESCU Junior Braila, Romania Nicolae Iorga Theoretical 2012-13: Joined the team for the Spring season and made an instant impact, going 9-6 at third singles with a pair of wins over MAC opponents... competed in three different doubles pairings, and earned a win with each team... defeated Western Michigan’s Aaron Wong in a thrilling three-set affair, winning 7-6 (7-2), 2-6, 6-2 to provide the clinching point of a 4-3 team win over the Broncos, the first dual win ever for the Bulls against Western (4/5). Previous College: Played as a freshman at the University of Arizona. Primarily played sixth singles for the Wildcats.

BY THE NUMBERS Singles Doubles 2012-13 9-6 3-10 Career 9-6 3-10

High School: Attended Nicolae Iorga Theoretical High School in Braila, Romania. Earned honorable mention honors in 2010-2011. Named to all-district team in Braila. Named MVP in many Romanian tournaments, winning five national singles, four national doubles and three national mixed doubles titles. Won the 14 and under division of the European Championship for Development in Estonia Balkan Championships with the Romanian Team. Named best player in Romania in his age group from 2002 to 2010 and was named a member of the Official Romanian Team by Romanian Tennis Federation. Named most valuable multi-sport athlete by high school. Also competed in handball where he was named MVP of Braila in 2010 and 2011. Personal: Born March 14, 1992. Son of Adrian and Paula Ionescu.

2013-14 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO MEN’S TENNIS PABLO ALVAREZ Sophomore Madrid, Spain British Council 2012-13: Joined the team in January 2013... Named the Mid-American Conference’s Newcomer of the Year... went 11-8 overall in singles, including a 4-1 record in MAC duals... competed in four doubles matches... defeated Western Michigan’s Ruben Greiner in the MAC semifinals in straight sets, 6-4, 6-2... also bested Greiner in the regular season to help UB upset the Broncos for the first time in program history (4/5). High School: Graduated from British Council High School in Madrid, Spain. Personal: Born August 4, 1994. Son of Francisco Jose and Begonia Alvarez. Has one sister (Milagros). Favorite athlete is Roger Federer. Favorite movie is The Italian Job. Majoring in business.

BY THE NUMBERS Singles Doubles 2012-13 11-8 0-4 Career 11-8 0-4

2013-14 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO MEN’S TENNIS SERGIO AREVALILLO Sophomore Madrid, Spain Sek-El Castillo 2012-13: Joined the team for the Spring season, and won three singles matches while splitting time between the fourth, fifth, and sixth positions... won one doubles match, playing at the third position... won a pair of Mid-American Conference dual matches, one at number four singles and one at number five. High School: Graduated from Sek-El Castillo High School. Coached by Javier Pere. Lists his greatest athletic experience as playing in an ITF futures doubles final. Earned an ATP doubles ranking in 2012. Personal: Born: April 3, 1994. Son of Juanjose and Nuria Arevalillo. Has one sister (Paula). Favorite athlete is Roger Federer. Favorite TV shows include How I Met Your Mother and The Big Bang Theory. Majoring in business.

BY THE NUMBERS Singles Doubles 2012-13 3-8 1-7 Career 3-8 1-7

2013-14 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO MEN’S TENNIS AKHIL MEHTA Sophomore Edmonton, Alberta Harry Ainlay 2012-13: Compiled a 5-4 singles mark and was 4-3 in doubles play duirng the fall season, and won 24 matches between singles (11) and doubles (13) play as a freshman... earned 11 starts on the number one doubles team, posting a 7-4 record in that span... combined with Vusa Hove for a pair of victories and reached the doubles quarterfinal round at the Penn Invitational... Won the White flight consolation singles title at the Cornell Invitational. Personal: Born January 30, 1995... Son of Arun and Manisha Mehta... Has one sister (Ambika)... Graduated from Harry Ainlay High School... Played junior tennis for coach Carson Bell... Won 2012 Alberta Provincial championship and placed fifth at outdoor nationals, which he lists as his greatest athletic experience... Hobbies include cooking but lists as his strangest superstition that he’s “afraid of ketchup.”... Majoring in biological sciences.

BY THE NUMBERS Singles Doubles 2012-13 11-11 13-11 Career 11-11 13-11

2013-14 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO MEN’S TENNIS ASHWIN SHARMA Sophomore Booragoon, Australia Applecross SHS 2012-13: Played at number four, five, and six singles in his first season, winning five matches (two coming in MAC duals)... won three doubles matches, including four starts with the number one team. High School: Graduated from Applecross Senior High School. Coached by Lee Jarvinen. Personal: Born May 21, 1994. Son of Dev and Susan Sharma. Has two sisters (Astra, Tara). Favorite sports include soccer and cricket. Enjoys spicy foods. Majoring in engineering.

BY THE NUMBERS Singles Doubles 2012-13 5-10 3-9 Career 5-10 3-9

2013-14 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO MEN’S TENNIS JONATHAN HANNESTAD Freshman Vedbæk, Denmark Nærum Gymnasium High School: Personal: Born May 31, 1994... son of Eigil and Jenny.. has one brother, Benjamin... will major in business... favorite athlete is Jo-Wilfried Tsonga... his mother and uncle played tennis in college... enjoys listening to rap and hip hop... favorite quote is from Arnold Schwarzenegger: “Strength does not come from winning. Your struggles develop your strengths. When you go through hardship and decide not to surrender, that is strength.”

BY THE NUMBERS Singles Doubles 2012-13 0-0 0-0 Career 0-0 0-0

2013-14 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO MEN’S TENNIS All-Time Roster A

Albert Alant

Richard Abbott (1972-76) Craig Abrams (1997-99) Albert Alant (2003-07) Matt Albert (1999-01) Dick Allen (1969-70) Pablo Alvarez (2013-present) David Archbald (1947-48) Sergio Arevalillo (2013-present) Tony Arias (1985-87) Burt Arnow (1959-60) Charles Ayers (1960-61)

B

Yules Hadisubroto

Matt Kennedy

Bob Baker (1969-71) Sashti Balasundaram (2001-02) Eugene Barnett (1950-53) John Barrett (1988-91) Robert Barrett (1961-65) Martin Barron (1969-70) Michael Battaglia (1954-56) Ted Baughn (1976-79) Ray Beary (1951-53) Donald Bechtel (1937-40) Ralph Behling (1936-40) Ed Beller (1970-71) Milton Bender (1937-38) Fred Bennett (1965-66) Mark Berke (1989-92) Ezra Bernstein (2007-09) Larry Bernstein (1962-63) Richard Bernstein (1963-64) Steve Berzezinski (1979-80) Tom Betjemen (1998-99) Stephen Biggar (1997-98) Larry Blieberg (1976-77, 79-80) Alan Boardman (1971-74, 75-76) Robert Brancato (1960-64) Robert Braun (1961-65) Larry Brown (1966-67) Thomas Brown (1955-56) Justin Brtko (1998-02) Dennis Brzezinski (1963-66) Tim Buch (1990-91) William Burgard (1955-56) Louis Bystrak (1999-00)

C Josh Liederman

Marcelo Mazzetto

John Calleri (1963-64) Joseph Calleri (1953-54, 56-57) Jay Caplan (1960-61) Bill Carey (1974-75) Darrell Carp (1964-65) Jerry Carp (1956-57) Peter Carr (1974-76) Jack Castle (1946-47) William Castle (1950-53) Ben Celniker (1950-53) Fred Center (1952-54) Gurjeet Chadha (1996-97) Mike Chadwick (1980-83) Ivan Chamdani (2002-04)

Brian Chandler (1980-83) Jonathan Charbonneau (1999-00) Dan Charnoff (1970-71) David Chiarolanza (1966-68) Nick Chong (1966-67) Al Cirker (1961-62) Paul Cline (1937-41) Steven Cline (1940-42) Ernest Cohen (1936-37) Jerry Cohen (1973-74) William Cole (1975-77) Michael Comet (1964-67) Arthur Comisar (1955-56) Mike Connette (1980-81) Robert Cook (1936-37) Steven Courtwright (1989-92) Louis Crapsi (1956-58) Thomas Curtin (1976-77) Kristof Custers (2008-10)

D

Steve Dahm (1995-96) Damien David (2011-present) Tony Davids (1985-86) Joe Davis (1983-84) John Demtrak (1961-62) Dick Deth (1969-70) Joe DiCarlo (1950-53) Robert Dickson (1952-53) James Dietz (1935-36) Joe Dinoffer (1971-73) Kevin Donovan (1979-80) Edward Dowski (1954-58) Robert Drewniak (1960-61) Fred Duncan (2006) Dennis Dunning (1968-72)

E

Mark Edelschick (1974-75) Frederick Egloff (1940-42) Bob Ellenbogen (1977-80) Scott Elwood (1990-91) David Emihovich (1997-01) Allan Engel (1970-73) Bill English (1957-58, 59-61) Bob English (1956-58, 59-60) Reginald Eno (1961-62) Anthony Enyedy (1960-62) Edward Eppers (1935-37)

F

Garry Fadale (1963-64) Mark Farber (1992-94) Belle Farrar (1940-41) James Farrel (1953-54) James Faturos (1956-57, 61-63) Andrew Feldman (1961-64) Richard Feldman (1955-56) Richard Ferrel (1959-62) Douglas Fialla (1959-60) Gary Fick (1967-68) Gary Finkst (1982-83) Willard Finton (1947-48) Andrew Firtsch (1990-91) Howard Flaster (1959-61, 62-63)

Richard Fletcher (1937-38) Stuart Fox (1955-58) Arthur Francis (1956-58) Sheldon Frank (1966-67) Richard Freeman (1951-52) Warren Freiberg (1935-36, 37-38) Joe Furioso (1981-82)

G

Alejandro Galindo (2004-06) Joseph Galleri (1952-53) Tiago Gandum (2009) Andrew Garber (1995-99) Kevin Gardner (1987-89) Steve Gareleck (1983-84) Pete Gasbaran (1992-93) Robert Gerace (1960-61) Mike Gibbs (1987-88) Jerry Gieger (1949-50) Irwin Ginsberg (1949-51) Warren Ginsberg (1955-56) William Ginsberg (1956-57) Dave Giovano (1986-88) Donald Glaser (1956-57) Lawrence Glazer (1963-66) Franklin Glockner (1952-53) Arthur Goldbaum (1976-77) Mike Goldberg (2001-02) Paul Goldsmith (1965-66) Kenneth Goldstein (1955-58) Murray Goldstein (1940-41) William Goldstein (1967-69) Charles Gordon (1954-56) Howard Gould (1963-66) Robert Gregoire (1987-91) Leonard Gross (1974-76) Marty Gross (1968-69) William Grove (1935-36) Robert Gurbacki (1973-77) Luis Gurri (1992-95) Richard Guyette (1949-50) Paul Gvildys (1980-82)

H

Yules Hadisubroto (2003-07) Joe Hamilton (1995-97) Jon Hannestad (2013-present) Steven Heit (1961-63) Steve Herman (1966-67) Richard Herrick (1955-56) Daniel Heukrath (1971-73) James Hodan (1950-53) Patrick Hoolihan (1993-95) Ed Horvath (1970-71) Vusa Hove (2010-13) Kevin Humphrey (1991-94) Dave Hunter (1989-91)

I

Steven Imber (1966-68) Sebastian Ionescu (2013-present)

J

Michael Jacobs (1967-68) Sheldon Jacobs (1967-68)

Adam Jaskowski (1993-95) Robert Johnson (1936-40) Theodore Johnson (1938-39) Erik Jones (1988-89) Paul Jung (1938-40, 41-42)

K

Bill Kaiser (1977-80) Alex Kalinin (2009-12) Jack Kaminski (1976-77) John Kandler (1959-60) Dave Kantorowicz (1969-70) Doug Kaplan (1979-80) Keith Karger (1974-75) Fery Kasiman (1999-03) Ralph Katz (1949-50) Mark Kauffman (1985-86) Eric Kaufman (1986-87) Wadie Kawar (1995-96) Lonnie Kellner (1973-75) Reed Kellner (1974-75) Sean Kelley (1998-02) Thomas Kenjarski (1962-63) Matt Kennedy (2004-06) Richard Keon (1948-49) Jeffery Keptner (1966-67) Todd Kirisits (1987-88) Michael Kisiel (1951-55) Richard Klawitter (1946-48) Howard Klein (1954-57) Matt Klein (1990-94) Raymond Knorr (1961-62) Harold Kobakof (1976-77) Richard Koen (1946-48) Mark Kofler (1968-71) Kirill Kolomyts (2007-10) Morgan Kommer (1965-66) David Kontowice (1967-68) Maurice Koren (1939-40) Robert Koren (1938-39) Alex Kowal (1970-71) Ronald Kowalczyk (1963-64) Dan Kowalski (1970-71) Richard Krager (1964-65) Stuart Kraut (1957-58) Mike Kreider (1987-89) Allan Kricheff (1968-69) Bill Kullman (1949-52) John Kurec (1970-71)

L

Edward Lam (1953-56) Ted Lap (1970-71) Andre Lascari (1953-56) Jon Lasky (1993-94) John Lavere (1989-93) Peter Law (1964-67) Peter Lederman (1965-67) David Levitt (1953-56) Jordan Levitt (1997-99) Albert Levy (1953-56) Bob Lewandowski (1970-71) Ryan Liddell (1997-98) Josh Liederman (2001-05) Robert Linn (1953-56)

2013-14 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO MEN’S TENNIS Alexis Lluis (2007-09) John LoBianco (1989-92) David Lowenthal (1967-68) Dave Lowman (1982-84) Bruce Lulla (1974-75)

M

Bob Mack (1948-50) Lyle Mahler (1988-91) Thomas Majerski (1963-64) Chris Mann (1996-97) Walter Mann (1964-66) Charles Maricle (1959-60) Dale Marriott (1963-64) Bob Maser (1959-60) David Mauerer (1960-62) Marcelo Mazzetto (2007-11) Robert McClure (1952-53) James McCullough (1940-42) Earl McGrath (1997-99) Hugh McLean (1962-63) Frank McPeek (1966-67) Akhil Mehta (2012-present) Allan Mellis (1963-65) Travis Melnik (1996-99) Joseph Melnyck (1962-64) Ed Meltzer (1974-75) David Metzger (1941-42, 46-47) Brian Meyerhofer (1985-88) Mark Meyerhofer (1982-83) Brandon Michals (1991-95) Donald Miller (1949-52) Frank Miller (1961-62) Horton Miller (1948-49) Jim Miller (1988-89) Marc Miller (1970-74) Merton Miller (1947-48) Randy Miller (1980-84) Todd Miller (1977-80) Donald Mingle (1963-66) Mike Minter (1996-97) James Moe (1967-69) Elie Mohasseb (1992-93) John Mohr (1967-68) Dave Monkarsh (1991-95) Ronald Montesano (1954-57) James Moore (1939-42) Kenneth Morganstern (1962-63) Robert Moser (1960-61) Jerry Motte (1986-87) Chris Muller (1995-96) Charlie Munro (1983-84) Wibisono “Onke” Murdono (1996-99) Loyal Murphy (1975-76) Randy Murphy (1973-75) Timothy Murray (1968-69) David Muscalo (1961-62) Dave Myers (1976-79)

N

Carl Nencetti (1964-65, 66-67) Mark Newton (1967-69, 70-71) Sterling Nowka (1956-57) Steven Nussbaum (1962-63) John Nyce (1967-69)

O

Stven Oberstein (1963-64) Bernard Obletz (1935-37) Ray Osterhoudt (1937-38)

P

Barry Paine (1965-66) David Palame (1996-97) Para Pandya (1990-91) Paul Parelli (1971-74) Bill Parks (1995-96) Anthony Pegnia (1961-63) Frank Pegrum (1955-56) John Penn (1980-81) Norman Penner (1948-50) Richard Perlmutter (1967-68) Brent Persia (1999-02) Warren Polakoff (1991-95) Joe Popielarczyk (2002-2006) Martin Posner (1955-58) Richard Poveromo (1997-00) Al Powell (1968-69) Tim Powell (1998-02) William Powers (1936-37) Rangga Prayudha (2002-04) Cary Presant (1960-61) Orrin Pridgen (1993-98) Mike Prill (1982-83) Lawrence Propper (1961-62) Michael Proulx (1993-97) Chris Pyke (2001-03)

R

Rohan Raikar (2001-03) Albert Raines (1957-58) Vinay Rajendran (1994-95) Vikrauth Rao (1999-00) Robert Rathke (1946-47) Robert Ratner (1968-69) Pradeep Rebala (1995-97) Stan Redeye (1970-71) Todd Remick (1985-86) Dan Resetarits (1982-83) Harvey Resnick (1947-49) Sorrel Resnick (1954-57) Rudy Reunis (1981-82) Richard Riley (1951-54) James Ripley (1964-68) Scott Ritchie (1991-92) Andy Robinson (1970-71) Randy Rocchio (2001-05) Mike Rockman (2003-07) Barry Romeo (1961-62) Ron Ronci (1973-74) Dave Rosebrook (1970-71) Steve Rosen (1979-80) Irving Rosenberg (1938-39) Robert Rosenblat (1966-67) Morris Rosenthal (1959-60) Mike Rossilo (1983-84) Eric Rothstein (2005-10) Chris Roumelis (1980-84) Edward Rubin (1955-56) Jack Rupp (1937-39)

S

Mark Salomon (1988-89) Myron Samilo (1970-71) Greg Sanders (1983-84) William Sanford (1946-48) Nick Sarles (2011-present) Robert Scamurra (1951-54) Chuck Schmidt (1973-74) John Schmidt (1969-71) Leonard Schneider (1962-66) Mark Schnell (1959-63) Joe Schneps (1977-80) Harold Schnitzer (1967-69) Dan Schulefand (1985-88) James Schwoob (1955-56) George Scrimshaw (1937-38) Derek Sentner (1994-95) Jeff Sepp (1972-75) Leonard Serfustini (1948-49) Tony Serfustini (1959-61) Bill Seringer (2002-03) Stephen Sesody (1969-73) Matthew Settipane (1990-91) James Shanks (1952-54) Ashwin Sharma (2013-present) Ahmed Shebl (2008) John Sheehan (1935-36) Yevgeniy Jason Shkodnik (2010-present) Bert Shulimson (1949-51) Eliot Siegel (1970-73) Robert Siegel (1963-66) Frank Sikoski (1973-74) Paul Silver (1974-75) Elliott Silverman (1985-86) Wayne Silverman (1966-69) Gerald Simon (1955-56) Jason Simon (2011-present) Craig Singerman (1966-67) Nikesh Singh Panthlia (2005-08) Paul Siudzinski (1963-64) Guilherme Smaniotto (2009) Max Smirnoff (1996-98) Leon Smith (1958-59, 60-62) Kevin Socci (1992-93) Larry Spaccasi (1982-84) Steven Spiegel (1973-75, 76-77) Marvin Spindelman (1935-36) Octavian Stane (2005-09) Wojciech Starakiewicz (2009-12) Gordon Stearns (1956-58) Mike Stella (1995-96) Sam Sterman (1935-36) Harry Steward (1948-49) Mike Stoller (1959-60) Larry Stone (1959-60) Paul Suidzinski (1962-63) Budi Susanto (1998-01) Fred Sutton (1974-75) Mark Szafnicki (1985-86)

T

Edward Taylor (1959-63) Donald Tayntor (1967-68) George Tibil (2009-12)

Al Tiedman (1979-81) Matt Timko (1981-82) Mike Torrell (1985-86) Peter Treyz (1952-54) Russ Tringali (1981-84) Tony Tringali (1988-92) Leonard Tyson (1936-37)

U

William Umiker (1936-37) Bruce Underhill (1962-63) James Urbanski (1955-56, 57-58)

Wojciech Starakiewicz

V

John Van Daam (1961-62) Donald Van Wie (1947-48) Ivan Vereshchaga (2011-12) Jay Vidockler (1974-75) Jason Vogel (1999-00) William Vullo (1951-52)

W

Ed Wagner (1985-86, 1993-95) Mike Wagner (1965-66) Raymond Wardinski (1941-42) Robert Warnes (1971-73) Mike Watson (1997-98) Steve Waxman (1968-69) Andrew Weber (1962-64) Chris Weber (1990-91) Harry Weinberg (1950-51) Steve Weschler (1968-70) Arthur White (1960-64) Rob Whitbred (1989-92) Ken White (1983-84, 85-87) Mike Wilkosz (1996-97) Herbert Wilkov (1948-49) Ray Wordynski (1946-47) Emanuel Wortzman (1936-37) Victor Wrobel (1951-52) Fred Wurster (1946-49) Juan Carlos Wynter (2008)

Randy Rocchio

Mike Rockman

Y

Steve Young (1982-83) Matthew Yuschik (1963-66)

Z

Travis Zappia (2010-12) Mike Zappone (2002-06) Mitch Zenaty (2008-11) Nick Zieziula (2001-05) Sigmund Zobel (1940-42) Rami Zuwiyya (1994-95) Mike Zweig (1970-71)

Mike Zappone

Current players are listed in bold italics. *This list has been compiled from all available information in the UB athletic communications archives. We apologize for any inaccuracies or omissions. Please notify the Athletic Communications Office with any additions or corrections. Thank you.

Mitch Zenaty

2013-14 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO MEN’S TENNIS All-Time Results 1934 Records unavailable 1935 (3-2) Head Coach: Dr. Robert Riegal Results unavailable 1936 (0-6) Head Coach: Dr. Robert Riegal Hobart L, 1-5 Hobart L, 1-5 Hamilton L, 0-9 Rochester L, 2-7 Syracuse L, 0-9 Rochester L, 2-4 1937 (1-4) Head Coach: Wallace Van Lier Allegheny L, 0-6 Wayne L, 0-7 Rochester L, 1-7 Rochester L, 0-7 Alfred W, 6-1 1938 (3-5) Head Coach: Wallace Van Lier Allegheny L, 3-6 Buffalo State Teachers L, 4-5 Rochester L, 2-4 Wayne L, 0-9 Lawrence Institute W, 7-2 Detroit Tech W, 3-1 Rochester L, 2-7 Buffalo State Teachers W, 8-1 1939 (1-6) Head Coach: Wallace Van Lier Allegheny L, 1-6 Buffalo State Teachers W, 5-4 Hobart L, 4-5 Rochester L, 3-6 Wayne L, 0-7 Buffalo State Teachers L, 4-5 Rochester L, 3-6 1940 (2-3) Head Coach: Wallace Van Lier Hobart W, 7-1 Allegheny L, 6-0 Rochester W, 7-2 Niagara L, 3-4 Wayne L, 1-8 1941 (7-1) Head Coach: Dr. Richard Williams Hobart W, 6-3 Rochester W, 6-3 Bucknell L, 4-5 Susquehanna W, 9-0 Allegheny W, 7-2 Hobart W, 6-3 Niagara W, 8-1 Niagara W, 9-0 1942 (3-3) Head Coach: Dr. Richard Williams Miami (FL) L, 0-9 Colgate L, 2-7

Cornell Niagara Westminster Niagara

L, 0-9 W, 9-0 W, 9-0 W, 9-0

1943-45 No Varsity Teams 1946-47 Head Coach: Al Cukierski RIT Sampson RIT Alfred Alfred 1947-48 Head Coach: Al Cukierski Niagara Hobart Canisius 1948-49 Head Coach: Al Cukierski Niagara Canisius Ontario Aggies Buffalo Inst. of Technology Canisius Rochester Alfred Niagara Buffalo Inst. of Technology Alfred Canisius

(5-0) W, 9-0 W, 8-1 W, 8-1 W, 4-2 W, 9-0 (3-0) W, 6-3 W, 5-4 W, 6-3 (10-1) W, 6-3 W, 6-3 W, 4-0 W, 8-1 W, 7-2 W, 9-0 L, 2-5 W, 5-4 W, 7-2 W, 7-2 W, 7-2

1949-50 (13-1-1) Head Coach: William H. Sanford Niagara W, 8-1 Toronto L, 1-6 McMaster W, 9-0 Niagara T, 3-3 Alfred W, 8-1 Buffalo Inst. of Technology W, 9-0 Canisius W, 7-2 RIT W, 8-1 Niagara W, 6-3 RIT W, 9-0 Canisius W, 6-3 Alfred W, 7-2 Niagara W, 7-1 Buffalo Inst. of Technology W, 9-0 St. Bonaventure W, 3-0 1950-51 (11-0) Head Coach: William H. Sanford Niagara W, 9-0 Niagara W, 8-1 McMaster W, 9-0 St. Bonaventure W, 8-1 RIT W, 7-2 Alfred W, 9-0 Niagara W, 9-0 St. Bonaventure W, 9-0 Alfred W, 9-0 Rochester W, 6-3 Niagara W, 9-0

1951-52 (13-2) Head Coach: William H. Sanford Niagara W, 8-1 Niagara W, 5-2 McMaster W, 9-0 Niagara W, 8-1 St. Bonaventure W, 8-1 Alfred W, 8-1 Rochester W, 8-1 Colgate L, 1-8 Niagara W, 9-0 Buffalo State W, 9-0 Western Reserve L, 4-5 Alfred W, 9-0 Rochester W, 8-1 Cortland State W, 7-2 Buffalo State W, 8-1 1952-53 (11-1) Head Coach: William H. Sanford McMaster W, 9-0 Buffalo State W, 9-0 Niagara W, 9-0 Colgate L, 1-8 Alfred W, 7-2 Buffalo State W, 6-3 Rochester W, 6-3 Niagara W, 5-4 Buffalo State W, 9-0 St. Bonaventure W, 9-0 Cortland State W, 7-2 Brockport State W, 6-3 1953-54 (14-2) Head Coach: William H. Sanford Buffalo State W, 7-2 Buffalo State W, 8-1 McMaster W, 7-2 Alfred W, 8-1 Brockport State W, 9-0 Niagara W, 9-0 St. Bonaventure W, 9-0 Alfred W, 9-0 RIT W, 9-0 Niagara W, 8-1 Rochester W, 6-3 Cortland State L, 3-6 St. Bonaventure W, 9-0 Colgate L, 1-8 Buffalo State W, 8-1 Rochester W, 9-0 1954-55 (17-1) Head Coach: William H. Sanford Canisius W, 9-0 Buffalo State W, 6-3 Canisius W, 9-0 McMaster W, 9-0 Niagara W, 9-0 Ontario Aggies W, 9-0 Niagara W, 9-0 Erie Tech W, 8-1 Rochester W, 9-0 St. Bonaventure W, 9-0 Alfred W, 8-1 Alfred W, 8-1 Niagara W, 9-0 Rochester W, 8-1 Buffalo State W, 8-1 Niagara W, 9-0 Colgate L, 0-9

Erie Tech

W, 9-0

1955-56 (14-1) Head Coach: William H. Sanford Canisius W, 9-0 Canisius W, 8-1 Buffalo State W, 5-4 Niagara W, 8-1 Erie Tech W, 9-0 McMaster W, 7-2 Rochester W, 5-0 St. Bonaventure W, 9-0 Alfred W, 9-0 Brockport State W, 8-1 Erie Tech W, 7-2 Niagara W, 9-0 Colgate L, 1-8 Niagara W, 6-2 Alfred W, 6-3 1956-57 (6-3) Head Coach: William H. Sanford Erie Tech W, 9-0 Erie Tech W, 9-0 Canisius W, 9-0 Brockport State W, 5-4 Rochester L, 2-7 Niagara W, 8-1 Buffalo State L, 3-6 Syracuse L, 0-9 Buffalo State W, 8-1 1957-58 (7-3) Head Coach: William H. Sanford Erie Tech W, 7-2 Niagara W, 7-2 Brockport State W, 7-2 Rochester L, 3-6 Buffalo State W, 7-2 Erie Tech W, 5-1 Colgate L, 1-8 Niagara W, 9-0 Syracuse L, 1-8 Buffalo State W, 8-1 1958-59 (8-2) Head Coach: William H. Sanford Canisius W, 9-0 Erie Tech W, 8-1 Buffalo State W, 7-2 Niagara W, 9-0 Erie Tech W, 8-1 Rochester L, 3-6 Buffalo State W, 7-2 Colgate L, 9-0 Niagara W, 9-0 Syracuse W, 5-4 1959-60 (6-4) Head Coach: William H. Sanford Erie Tech W, 6-3 Buffalo State W, 6-3 Colgate L, 0-9 St. Bonaventure W, 9-0 Niagara W, 7-2 Cortland L, 3-6 Syracuse L, 1-8 Rochester L, 1-8 Buffalo State W, 7-2 Niagara W, 6-3

1960-61 (10-2) Head Coach: William H. Sanford Buffalo State W, 8-1 Rochester L, 1-8 Erie Tech W, 5-4 Niagara W, 9-0 Buffalo State W, 9-0 Cortland W, 5-4 Niagara W, 9-0 Erie Tech W, 5-4 Colgate L, 0-9 Hobart W, 5-4 Western Reserve W, 7-2 St. Bonaventure W, 9-0 1961-62 (10-2) Head Coach: William H. Sanford Rochester W, 6-3 Colgate L, 3-6 Erie Tech W, 8-1 Syracuse L, 3-6 Cansius W, 7-2 Cortland W, 9-0 Erie Tech W, 9-0 Niagara W, 7-2 Buffalo State W, 9-0 Canisius W, 8-1 Hobart W, 6-3 Buffalo State W, 9-0 1962-63 (8-2) Head Coach: William H. Sanford Erie Tech W, 8-1 Erie Tech W, 7-2 Buffalo State W, 8-1 Syracuse L, 3-6 Buffalo State W, 9-0 Canisius W, 7-2 Rochester L, 3-6 Cortland W, 7-2 Canisius W, 6-3 Niagara W, 8-1 1963-64 (10-3) Head Coach: William H. Sanford Canisius W, 9-0 Erie Tech W, 8-1 Cortland W, 7-0 Colgate L, 2-7 Buffalo State W, 7-2 Syracuse L, 2-7 Hobart W, 4-2 Niagara W, 6-0 Rochester L, 3-6 Erie Tech W, 9-0 Buffalo State W, 8-1 Canisius W, 9-0 Alfred W, 6-3 1964-65 (10-3) Head Coach: William H. Sanford Erie Tech W, 9-0 Erie Tech W, 9-0 Gannon W, 8-1 Syracuse L, 4-5 Canisius W, 7-2 Rochester L, 3-6 Cortland W, 9-0 Colgate L, 1-8 Niagara W, 9-0 Geneseo W, 8-1

2013-14 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO MEN’S TENNIS Buffalo State Alfred Niagara

W, 7-2 W, 7-2 W, 9-0

1965-66 (9-2) Head Coach: William H. Sanford Erie Tech W, 8-1 Erie Tech W, 8-1 Gannon W, 8-1 Buffalo State W, 5-4 Niagara W, 9-0 St. Bonaventure W, 9-0 Hobart W, 6-3 Syracuse L, 4-5 Colgate L, 0-6 Alfred W, 8-1 Cortland W, 6-3 1966-67 (7-6) Head Coach: William H. Sanford Hobart L, 2-7 Erie Tech W, 9-0 Erie Tech W, 7-0 St. Bonaventure W, 8-1 Canisius W, 7-2 Niagara W, 8-1 Buffalo State L, 3-6 Gannon L, 2-7 Cortland L, 2-7 Colgate L, 0-9 Canisius W, 7-2 Niagara W, 7-2 Buffalo State L, 4-5 1967-68 (4-8) Head Coach: William H. Sanford Erie Tech L, 4-5 Erie Tech W, 7-2 Colgate L, 0-9 Hobart L, 3-6 Rochester L, 0-9 Canisius W, 7-2 Niagara L, 4-5 Cortland W, 5-4 Syracuse L, 2-7 Gannon L, 4-5 Pittsburgh L, 0-9 Niagara W, 5-4 1968-69 (10-2) Head Coach: William H. Sanford Buffalo State W, 7-2 Syracuse L, 1-8 Canisius W, 6-3 Niagara W, 4.5-2.5 Pittsburgh W, 6-3 Erie Tech W, 9-0 Erie Tech W, 9-0 Canisius W, 8-1 Cortland W, 6-3 Fredonia W, 8-1 Buffalo State W, 6-3 Colgate L, 0-9 1969-70 (8-3) Head Coach: William H. Sanford CANISIUS W, 6-3 At Syracuse L, 0-9 NIAGARA W, 5-4 ROCHESTER L, 0-6 at Niagara W, 5-4

ERIE CC at Erie CC at Canisius at Fredonia State PITTSBURGH at Cortland State at Fredonia Invite

W, 6-3 W, 5-4 W, 8-1 W, 5-4 L, 3-6 W, 6-3 3rd

1970-71 (9-2) Head Coach: William H. Sanford at Rochester L, 0-9 at Erie CC W, 8-1 BUFFALO STATE W, 8-1 SYRACUSE L, 2-7 at Pittsburgh W, 8-1 at Niagara W, 8-0 at Buffalo State W, 6-3 at Fredonia Invite 1st of 12 NIAGARA W, 9-0 CANISIUS W, 9-0 at Erie CC W, 9-0 at Fredonia State W, 6-3 1971-72 (6-2) Head Coach: William H. Sanford BUFFALO STATE W, 9-0 at Niagara W, 9-0 CANISIUS W, 6-0 ROCHESTER L, 0-9 SYRACUSE L, 0-9 ERIE CC W, 9-0 ERIE CC W, 9-0 FREDONIA STATE W, 5-0 1972-73 (7-3) Head Coach: William H. Sanford at Geneseo State W, 7-2 BUFFALO STATE W, 5-1 at Albany L, 4-5 GANNON W, 8-1 at St. Bonaventure W, 6-3 NIAGARA W, 9-0 BROCKPORT STATE W, 6-3 at Rochester L, 1-8 CANISIUS W, 9-0 COLGATE L, 1-8 1973-74 (12-4) Head Coach: Norbert Baschnagel GENESEO STATE W, 8-1 at Brockport State W, 6-3 ROCHESTER L, 1-8 A.BANY L, 4-5 ST. BONAVENTURE W, 7-2 BUFFALO STATE W, 9-0 at Niagara W, 9-0 at Gannon W, 8-1 CORTLAND STATE L, 4-5 FREDONIA STATE W, 7-2 at Colgate L, 0-9 ST. JOHN FISHER W, 8-1 BUFFALO STATE W, 9-0 CANISIUS W, 8-1 at Ithaca W, 6-3 ERIE CC W, 6-3 at Eastern Intercollegiates 7th of 26 1974-75 (8-3) Head Coach: W. Patrick McClain GANNON W, 9-0 BUFFALO STATE W, 9-0

NIAGARA W, 9-0 at Cortland State W, 8-1 at Albany L, 2-7 BROCKPORT STATE L, 4-5 at Buffalo State W, 9-0 at Rochester L, 3-6 CANISIUS W, 8-0 SUNY CENTERS TOURN. 1st of 4 BUFFALO STATE W, 9-0 at Gannon W, 7-2 at Eastern Intercollegiates 6th of 37 1975-76 (8-4) Head Coach: W. Patrick McClain CORTLAND STATE W, 8-1 ONEONTA STATE W, 6-3 at Niagara W, 9-0 ST. BONAVENTURE W, 5-4 GENESEO STATE W, 9-0 at Canisius W, 7-2 FREDONIA STATE W, 6-0 at ECAC Tournament NTS at Brockport State L, 4-5 ROCHESTER L, 3-6 GANNON W, 8-1 BIG FOUR TOURN. 1st of 4 at SUNY Centers Tourn. 3rd of 4 MERCYHURST L, 0-9 at Cornell L, 1-8 at Eastern Intercollegiates NTS 1976-77 (6-9) Head Coach: Thomas LaPenna at Cortland State L, 1-5 at Oneonta State L, 0-6 at Rochester L, 0-9 NIAGARA W, 6-3 CANISIUS W, 8-1 BROCKPORT STATE W, 5-4 at St. Bonaventure W, 6-3 at ECAC Tournament NTS at Gannon L, 1-8 at Fredonia State W, 7-2 at Geneseo State W, 6-3 at Big Four Tournament 1st of 4 at Ithaca L, 0-9 at Binghamton L, 0-9 vs. Albany (n) L, 2-7 at Colgate L, 2-7 at Cornell L, 2-7 1977-78 (8-6) Head Coach: Thomas LaPenna ONEONTA STATE L, 2-7 ROCHESTER L, 2-7 at Niagara W, 9-0 ST. BONAVENTURE W, 9-0 GANNON W, 7-2 BUFFALO STATE W, 8-1 CANISIUS W, 8-1 GENESEO STATE W, 5-1 at Fredonia State W, 7-1 CORTLAND STATE L, 4-5 BIG FOUR TOURN. 1st of 4 at Brockport State W, 5-4 at Albany State L, 1-8 vs. Binghamton (n) L, 2-7 COLGATE L, 1-8 1978-79 (9-1) Head Coach: Thomas LaPenna

at Oneonta State W, 6-3 NIAGARA W, 9-0 at St. Bonaventure W, 9-0 at Rochester L, 3-6 BUFFALO STATE W, 7-2 FREDONIA STATE W, 8-1 at Geneseo State W, 6-3 at Big Four Tournament 1st of 4 at SUNYAC Championships 3rd of 12 at Cortland State W, 5-4 BROCKPORT STATE W, 5-4 CANISIUS W, 5-4 1979-80 (8-7) Head Coach: Thomas LaPenna ONEONTA STATE L, 3-6 ROCHESTER L, 0-9 at Niagara W, 9-0 at Canisius W, 7-2 ST. BONAVENTURE W, 9-0 BUFFALO STATE W, 8-1 at Fredonia State W, 8-1 GENESEO STATE L, 3-6 at Big Four Tournament 1st of 4 at Brockport State W, 5-4 CORTLAND STATE W, 5-4 GANNON W, 9-0 at SUNYAC Championships 6th of 12 BINGHAMTON L, 1-6 ALBANY L, 1-6 COLGATE L, 3-6 MERCYHURST L, 0-9 1980-81 (7-4) Head Coach: Thomas LaPenna at Canisius W, 6-3 FREDONIA STATE W, 7-2 NIAGARA W, 6-3 CANISIUS W, 6-3 at Rochester L, 0-9 at ECAC Championships NTS at Buffalo State L, 4-5 at Gannon L, 3-6 at Niagara W, 6-3 at St. Bonaventure L, 4-5 at Cortland State W, 5-4 BUFFALO STATE W, 6-3 at SUNYAC Championships 4th of 10 1981-82 (8-1) Head Coach: Thomas LaPenna at Fredonia State W, 8-1 NIAGARA W, 8-1 CANISIUS W, 9-0 ROCHESTER L, 0-9 at ECAC Championships NTS at Buffalo State W, 9-0 GANNON W, 9-0 at Canisius W, 9-0 ST. BONAVENTURE W, 9-0 CORTLAND STATE W, 7-2 at SUNYAC Championships 3rd of 10 1982-83 (6-5) Head Coach: Thomas LaPenna FREDONIA STATE L, 2-7 EDINBORO L, 2-7 CANISIUS W, 9-0 at Rochester L, 0-9 at Niagara W, 5-1 at Buffalo State W, 9-0

at Gannon NIAGARA at Canisius at St. Bonaventure BUFFALO STATE at SUNYAC Championships

L, 4-5 W, 7-2 W, 9-0 L, 4-5 W, 8-1 3rd of 9

1983-84 (9-2) Head Coach: Bill Monkarsh at Fredonia State W, 7-2 at Edinboro L, 3-6 CANISIUS W, 9-0 ROCHESTER L, 3-6 NIAGARA W, 9-0 OSWEGO STATE W, 6-3 at Niagara W, 9-0 at Canisius W, 9-0 at Buffalo State W, 9-0 GANNON W, 7-2 at ECAC Div. II-III Championships 7th of 25 BUFFALO STATE W, 9-0 (f) at SUNYAC Championships 2nd of 9 1984-85 (8-2) Head Coach: Bill Monkarsh Scores unavailable 1985-86 (11-5) Head Coach: Bill Monkarsh at Fredonia State W, 9-0 at Edinboro L, 4-5 NIAGARA W, 9-0 at Canisius W, 9-0 ROCHESTER L, 4-5 at Niagara W, 8-1 BUFFALO STATE W, 7-2 CANISIUS W, 7-2 at Gannon W, 5-1 at Buffalo State W, 6-3 at SUNYAC Championships 2nd of 9 at ECAC Div. II-III North Tourn. 4th of 28 at Tampa L, 1-5 RIT W, 8-1 GANNON W, 9-0 at Mercyhurst L, 1-8 at Edinboro L, 2-4 at Colgate W, 5-4 at NCAA III Championships NTS 1986-87 (16-6) Head Coach: Bill Monkarsh FREDONIA STATE W, 9-0 CANISIUS W, 8-1 at Rochester L, 2-7 NIAGARA W, 9-0 EDINBORO W, 7-2 at St. Bonaventure W, 9-0 at Buffalo State W, 8-1 at ECAC North Regionals 2nd of 25 BUFFALO STATE W, 9-0 at SUNYAC Championships 1st of 8 at Cornell L, 4-5 Rutgers (n) L, 2.5-6.5 Wisconsin-Stout (n) L, 3-6 Towson State (n) L, 3-6 Wooster (n) L, 4-5 Trenton State (n) W, 6-3 Monmouth (n) W, 6-3 Franklin & Marshall (n) W, 6-3 Md.-Baltimore Co. (n) W, 8-1 at St. John Fisher W, 6-3

2013-14 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO MEN’S TENNIS MERCYHURST W, 6-3 at Gannon W, 6-0 at Edinboro W, 6-3 at Colgate W, 5-4 at NCAA III Championships NTS 1987-88 (17-5) Head Coach: Bill Monkarsh at Fredonia State W, 5-1 at Niagara W, 9-0 ST. BONAVENTURE W, 9-0 at Gannon W, 9-0 NIAGARA W, 8-1 BUFFALO STATE W, 8-0 at ECAC North Regionals 2nd of 23 at Edinboro W, 5-3 at Canisius W, 8-0 at Buffalo State W, 8-1 MIDEAST CONF. TOURN. 2nd of 5 at Trenton State Tourn. NTS at Cornell L, 2-7 Rutgers (n) L, 3-6 Wisconsin-Whitewater (n) L, 4-5 Lafayette (n) L, 4-5 Southeastern College (n) W, 8-1 Florida Tech (n) W, 6-3 Middlebury (n) W, 5-4 RPI (n) W, 8-1 at Mercyhurst L, 3-6 Pittsburgh (n) W, 6-3 GANNON W, 5-1 EDINBORO W, 6-3 at Colgate L, 2-7 at LeMoyne W, 6-0 at Rochester L, 3-6 at NCAA III Championships DNS 1988-89 (8-11) Head Coach: Bill Monkarsh FREDONIA STATE W, 7-2 at Rochester L, 3-6 at St. Bonaventure W, 8-1 at ECAC Tournament 9th place EDINBORO W, 5-4 CANISIUS W, 5-1 at Mideast Conf. Tourn. NTS Amherst (n) L, 2-7 Hartford (n) L, 1-8 Bowdoin (n) W, 6-3 Hillsdale (n) W, 7-2 Citadel (n) L, 0-8 Wisconsin-Whitewater (n) L, 4-5 St. Leo’s (n) W, 6-3 at Central Florida L, 1-8 Pittsburgh (n) L, 3-6 at Bloomsburg L, 1-8 at Millersville L, 1-8 CANISIUS W, 8-1 GANNON L, 1-8 at Edinboro L, 3-6 1989-90 (11-4-1) Head Coach: Bill Monkarsh ROCHESTER L, 2-6 at ECAC Championships 6th place at Edinboro W, 6-3 ST. BONAVENTURE W, 8-1 CANISIUS W, 9-0 at Mideast Conf. Champs. 1st place St. John’s (n) L, 3-6 Evansville (n) W, 8-1

Jacksonville (n) Coast Guard (n) Mankato State (n) Hartford (n) at St. Bonaventure PITTSBURGH MERCYHURST EDINBORO at Slippery Rock at Colgate

L, 1-8 W, 6-3 W, 9-0 T, 3-3 W, 9-0 W, 7-1 L, 3-6 W, 8-1 W, 8-1 W, 5-4

1990-91 (18-6) Head Coach: Bill Monkarsh FREDONIA STATE W, 6-0 at Rochester L, 3-6 EDINBORO W, 6-1 CANISIUS W, 6-1 ST. BONAVENTURE W, 8-2 MIDEAST CONF. CHAMPS. 1st place at Cornell L, 2-4 Mercyhurst (n) L, 3-6 Rutgers (n) L, 3-5 SLIPPERY ROCK W, 9-0 Wisconsin-Stout (n) W, 9-0 Idaho (n) L, 3-6 Wisconsin-Eau Claire (n) W, 9-0 Hartford (n) W, 5-1 Lehigh (n) W, 5-4 Eastern Illinois (n) W, 7-0 UMBC (n) W, 5-1 Delaware (n) W, 6-3 at St. Bonaventure W, 7-2 at Pittsburgh W, 9-0 INDIANA (PA) W, 7-0 at Edinboro L, 4-5 at Gannon W, 7-2 at Youngstown State W, 5-4 at Colgate W, 6-3 1991-92 (10-6-1) Head Coach: Bill Monkarsh CANISIUS W, 9-0 ROCHESTER W, 5-1 MERCYHURST W, 5-3 ROBERT MORRIS W, 8-1 at West Point Invitational NTS EDINBORO T, 4-4 at Slippery Rock W, 9-0 at Rolex Regionals NTS Akron (n) L, 4-5 at Duquesne W, 6-1 at Pitt Invitational NTS CORNELL L, 0-7 at Jacksonville W, 4-3 American (n) W, 6-3 Mobile College (n) L, 0-6 at Flagler L, 3-6 College of Boca Raton (n) L, 0-6 at North Florida L, 1-5 PITTSBURGH W, 7-2 at Towson Tiger Classic 1st place at St. Bonaventure W, 5-4 at East Coast Champs. 2nd of 7 1992-93 (17-8) Head Coaches: Bill Monkarsh (112), Tim Lawler (6-6) NIAGARA W, 9-0 at Canisius W, 9-0 ROBERT MORRIS W, 6-3 Bates (n) W, 4-2

Brandeis (n) Skidmore (n) Tufts (n) at Fredonia State ST. BONAVENTURE at Edinboro DUQUESNE at Pitt Invitational at Cornell Skidmore (n) at Vermont Harvard (n) at St. Bonaventure at Buffalo State at Mercyhurst at Pittsburgh Cabrini (n) Albany (n) St. Mary’s (MN) (n) at Georgia Southern St. Olaf (n) at Colgate

W, 4-2 L, 2-4 W, 9-0 (f) W, 9-0 W, 5-4 W, 8-1 W, 6-2 NTS L, 1-6 W, 5-2 L, 3-4 L, 0-7 L, 2-6 W, 5-0 L, 3-6 W, 5-2 W, 9-0 W, 4-3 W, 8-0 L, 1-6 W, 8-1 L, 3-4

1993-94 (14-4) Head Coach: Russ Crispell NIAGARA W, 7-0 Oneonta (n) W, 4-2 Rochester (n) L, 2-4 Coast Guard (n) W, 4-2 Bates (n) W, 4-2 SIENA W, 7-0 ST. BONAVENTURE L, 1-6 CANISIUS W, 7-0 ST. FRANCIS (PA) W, 7-0 ROCHESTER W, 7-0 at ECAC Tournament NTS CANISIUS W, 5-0 PITTSBURGH W, 6-1 at Duquesne Invitational NTS at Rolex Invitational NTS at Pitt Invitational NTS MERCYHURST L, 1-6 Duquesne (n) W, 6-1 at St. Bonaventure L, 3-6 Morgan State (n) W, 6-1 at Niagara W, 7-0 EDINBORO W, 4-3 at East Coast Champs. 3rd of 5 1994-95 (10-10) Head Coach: Russ Crispell ST. FRANCIS (PA) W, 7-0 at Siena W, 7-0 CANISIUS W, 7-0 ECAC CHAMPIONSHIPS 3rd of 4 CANISIUS W, 5-0 NIAGARA W, 6-1 at St. Bonaventure L, 2-5 at Duquesne L, 0-7 at Duquesne Invitational NTS at Rolex Invitational NTS at Pitt Invitational NTS at St. Bonaventure L, 3-4 at Duquesne L, 1-6 Eastern Illinois (n) L, 2-5 Morehead State (n) L, 0-7 Colgate (n) L, 1-6 Saint Louis (n) L, 1-6 Troy State (n) L, 2-5 at Edinboro W, 7-0 NIAGARA W, 7-0

NIAGARA W, 6-1 at Mid-Continent Tourn. 5th of 10 Eastern Illinois (n) L, 3-4 Chicago State (n) W, 4-0 Valparaiso (n) W, 4-3 1995-96 (16-9) Head Coach: Russ Crispell EDINBORO W, 7-0 (f) CANISIUS W, 7-0 NIAGARA W, 7-0 YOUNGSTOWN STATE W, 6-1 at St. Francis (PA) W, 6-1 at Robert Morris W, 7-0 CANISIUS W, 6-1 at Niagara W, 7-0 SIENA W, 7-0 DUQUESNE L, 3-4 ROBERT MORRIS W, 5-2 ST. BONAVENTURE L, 2-5 at Rolex Invitational NTS at Cornell Invitational NTS at St. Bonaventure W, 4-3 Oral Roberts (n) L, 1-5 Valparaiso (n) W, 4-3 Youngstown State (n) W, 7-0 Eastern Illinois (n) L, 1-6 Eastern Kentucky (n) L, 2-5 Connecticut (n) L, 2-5 at Robert Morris W, 4-3 at Youngstown State W, 5-2 at Mid-Continent Champs. 6th of 10 Northeastern Illinois (n) W, 4-0 Troy State (n) L, 0-5 Valparaiso (n) L, 2-4 UMKC (n) L, 0-4 1996-97 (10-13) Head Coach: Russ Crispell ROBERT MORRIS W, 7-0 NIAGARA W, 7-0 CANISIUS W, 7-0 at Duquesne L, 2-5 ST. BONAVENTURE L, 1-5 UB FALL CLASSIC NTS at ECAC Championships 3rd of 16 CANISIUS W, 6-1 EASTERN MICHIGAN L, 1-6 NIAGARA W, 7-0 YOUNGSTOWN STATE W, 4-3 at Rolex Invitational NTS at Cornell Winter Inv. NTS at St. Bonaventure L, 0-7 Cornell (n) L, 0-7 West Alabama (n) L, 0-9 Morehead State (n) L, 0-7 Colgate (n) L, 0-7 Bradley (n) L, 1-6 Bucknell (n) L, 1-6 Western Illinois (n) L, 2-5 at Robert Morris W, 7-0 Youngstown State (n) W, 6-1 at Mid-Con Champs. 6th of 9 C. Connecticut St. (n) L, 1-4 at Chicago State W, 4-0 Youngstown State (n) W, 4-0 Western Illinois (n) L, 2-5 1997-98 (10-12) Head Coach: Russ Crispell ST. FRANCIS L, 2-5

NIAGARA W, 6-1 ST. BONAVENTURE W, 4-3 CANISIUS W, 6-1 SIENA W, 7-0 at ECAC Championhips 12th place CANISIUS W, 7-0 Duquesne (n) L, 0-7 ROBERT MORRIS W, 7-0 YOUNGSTOWN STATE L, 2-5 at Rochester W, 4-3 Rhode Island (n) W, 5-2 Toledo (n) L, 0-6 Miami (OH) (n) L, 1-6 Oral Roberts (n) L, 1-6 at St. Bonaventure L, 0-7 Duquesne (n) L, 0-7 at Akron L, 1-6 Robert Morris (n) W, 6-1 at Youngstown State L, 3-4 at Mid-Con Championships Valparaiso (n) L, 0-4 Chicago State (n) W, 4-0 Western Illinois (n) L, 3-4 1998-99 (7-11) Head Coach: Russ Crispell NIAGARA W, 7-0 MARIST L, 3-4 NIAGARA W, 7-0 CANISIUS W, 7-0 at St. Bonaventure W, 4-3 at Siena W, 7-0 CANISIUS W, 5-2 at Duquesne L, 3-4 at Cornell Invitational NTS at St. Bonaventure W, 6-1 at Duquesne L, 2-4 at Rochester L, 2-5 at Western Michigan L, 0-7 at Bowling Green L, 0-7 at Eastern Michigan L, 2-5 TOLEDO L, 0-7 BALL STATE L, 0-7 MIAMI (OH) L, 0-4 at Northern Illinois L, 0-7 at MAC Championships Ball State (n) L, 0-4 1999-00 (8-14) Head Coach: Russ Crispell CANISIUS W, 7-0 ST. FRANCIS (PA) W, 4-3 at St. Bonaventure L, 2-5 St. Francis (PA) (n) W, 4-3 Robert Morris (n) L, 3-4 Niagara (n) L, 3-4 FAIRFIELD W, 5-2 at Duquesne L 3-4 at Marist L, 1-5 at Niagara W, 4-3 at Cornell Invitational NTS Ithaca (n) W, 5-2 at Rochester W, 4-3 at Rollins W, 4-3 Northern Illinois (n) L, 0-7 EASTERN MICHIGAN L, 2-5 at St. Bonaventure L, 0-7 at Bowling Green L, 0-7 at Toledo L, 1-6 at Ball State L, 1-6 WESTERN MICHIGAN L, 0-7

2013-14 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO MEN’S TENNIS at St. Francis (PA) at MAC Championships Bowling Green (n)

L, 1-4 L, 0-4

2000-01 (14-7) Head Coach: Russ Crispell MARIST W, 4-3 at Brown Invitational NTS at St. Bonaventure W, 4-3 Niagara (n) W, 7-0 Youngstown State (n) W, 7-0 St. Francis (PA) (n) W, 6-1 ST. PETER’S W, 7-0 YOUNGSTOWN STATE W, 7-0 at ITA Rolex Championship NTS at Cornell Invitational NTS Binghamton (n) W, 4-3 at Rochester W, 4-3 St. Joseph’s (n) W, 7-0 Bowling Green (n) L, 0-7 St. Bonaventure (n) L, 2-5 Temple (n) W, 4-3 BALL STATE L, 0-7 ST. FRANCIS (PA) W, 5-2 ST. LAWRENCE W, 7-0 CANISIUS W, 7-0 TOLEDO L, 3-4 at Western Michigan L, 0-7 at Northern Illinois L, 2-5 at MAC Championships Western Michigan (n) L, 0-4 2001-02 (10-11) Head Coach: Russ Crispell at St. Bonaventure Inv. NTS at Vermont W, 6-1 at St. Lawrence W, 7-0 at St. Michael’s W, 7-0 at Cornell Invitational NTS Marist (n) L, 3-4 at Cornell L, 0-7 Massachusetts (n) W, 6-1 Rochester (n) L, 3-4 Niagara (n) W, 7-0 Binghamton (n) L, 3-4 at Rochester W, 4-3 Western Michigan (n) L, 0-7 at St. Bonaventure L, 1-6 NIAGARA W, 6-1 at Rollins College W, 5-2 Portland State (n) W, 6-1 at Toledo L, 6-1 at Northern Illinois L, 6-1 CANISIUS W, (default) at Bowling Green L, 0-7 at Ball State L, 0-7 MAC CHAMPIONSHIPS WESTERN MICHIGAN L, 0-4 2002-03 (12-12) Head Coach: Russ Crispell at St. Bonaventure Fall Inv. NTS at Brown Fall Invitational NTS at Vermont W, 5-2 at Binghamton L, 3-4 at ITA Championships NTS at Cornell Fall Invitational NTS at Milwaukee Classic NTS Binghamton (n) L, 2-5 Rochester (n) W, 7-0 Niagara (n) W, 7-0

at Cornell Villanova (n) Bucknell (n) St. John’s (n) at Brown at Duquesne Rhode Island (n) Ohio Dominican (n) St. Cloud State (n) at Stetson at Rochester at Western Michigan IPFW Bucknell (n) BALL STATE NORTHERN ILLINOIS TOLEDO CANISIUS at MAC Championships Toledo (n)

L, 2-5 W, 5-2 W, 6-1 L, 2-5 L, 1-6 L, 3-4 W, 7-0 W, 6-1 W, 4-3 L, 0-7 W, 4-3 L, 1-6 W, 7-0 W, 6-1 L, 0-7 L, 0-7 L, 2-5 W, 7-0 L, 0-4

2003-04 (9-12) Head Coach: Russ Crispell at St. Bonaventure Inv. NTS at Dartmouth Invitational NTS at Can-Am Invitational NTS at Vermont W, 7-0 at Binghamton L, 2-5 at ITA Championships NTS at Brown L, 0-7 at Harvard Invitational NTS Manhattan (n) L, 3-4 Binghamton (n) W, 4-3 at St. Bonaventure L, 3-4 at Cornell L, 1-6 Army (n) L, 0-7 at Rochester W, 5-2 Bucknell (n) W, 5-2 Duquesne (n) W, 6-1 WESTERN MICHIGAN L, 2-5 at South Carolina-Aiken W, 4-3 at Barry L, 1-8 at Stetson L, 2-5 at IPFW W, 7-0 at Northern Illinois L, 0-7 at Ball State L, 1-6 at Toledo W, 4-3 at MAC Championships Toledo (n) W, 4-1 Western Michigan (n) L, 0-4 2004-05 (9-9) Head Coach: Russ Crispell BUFFALO/BONA. FALL CLASSIC NTS at Dartmouth Volkl Shootout NTS at Northeast Tournament NTS St. Francis (PA) (n) W, 7-0 at Binghamton L, 2-5 at Army Shootout NTS at ITA Regionals NTS at Dartmouth Big Green Inv. NTS at Manhattan L, 0-7 at Brown L, 1-6 at Army Winter Inv. NTS at Western Michigan L, 0-7 Xavier (n) W, 4-3 at Army L, 2-5 Bucknell (n) W, 5-2 at Duquesne W, 7-0 at Cornell L, 0-7 at St. Bonaventure L, 3-4

TOLEDO BALL STATE NORTHERN ILLINOIS NIAGARA IPFW at MAC Championships IPFW (n) Western Michigan (n)

W, 4-3 L, 0-7 W, 4-3 W, 6-1 W, 5-2 W, 4-0 L, 0-4

2005-06 (11-9) Head Coach: Russ Crispell at St. Bonaventure Inv. NTS at Dartmouth Volkl Shootout NTS ST. FRANCIS (PA) W, 7-0 at ITA Regionals NTS at Cornell Fall Invitational NTS at Boston University W, 6-1 at Brown L, 0-7 Bucknell (n) W, 6-1 at Colgate L, 1-6 WESTERN MICHIGAN L, 0-7 CORNELL L, 1-5 at St. Bonaventure W, 4-3 at Duquesne W, 7-0 Dayton (n) W, 4-3 Bloomsburg (n) W, 7-0 Denison (n) W, 5-1 MANHATTAN L, 2-5 at Ball State L, 1-6 at Toledo L, 1-6 at Niagara W, 7-0 at Northern Illinois W, 4-3 at IPFW W, 5-2 at Binghamton L, 2-5 at MAC Championships Northern Illinois (n) L, 0-4 2006-07 (8-13) Head coach: Sherif Zaher at St. Bonaventure Inv. NTS at Dartmouth Volkl Shootout NTS ST. FRANCIS (PA) W, 6-1 at ITA Regionals NTS at Cornell Invitational NTS at Big Green Invitational NTS at St. John’s L, 0-7 at Manhattan W, 4-3 COLGATE W, 7-0 Binghamton (n) L, 3-4 Bucknell (n) W, 6-1 at Boston College L, 2-4 at Brown L, 1-6 Stony Brook (n) L, 3-4 at Cornell L, 3-4 Marquette (n) L, 1-5 at Stetson L, 0-7 at Jacksonville L, 1-5 BALL STATE L, 2-5 at Western Michigan L, 2-5 Kalamazoo College W, 7-0 NORTHERN ILLINOIS W, 4-3 IPFW W, 5-2 MARIST W, 4-3 at Toledo L, 2-5 at MAC Championships Northern Illinois (n) L, 0-4 2007-08 (6-17) Head coach: Sherif Zaher at Dartmouth Volkl Shootout NTS UB/NIAGARA INVITATIONAL NTS

at ITA Regionals at Cornell Invitational at San Francisco at Sacramento State at UC-Davis Xavier (n) at Cornell NIAGARA ST. BONAVENTURE at Colgate MANHATTAN TOLEDO at DePaul at Illinois-Chicago at Marquette Chicago State (n) George Washington (n) at Robert Morris at Duquesne WESTERN MICHIGAN BINGHAMTON at Northern Illinois at Ball State Vincennes (n) at MAC Championships Toledo (n)

NTS NTS L, 2-5 L, 3-4 L, 3-4 L, 2-5 L, 3-4 W, 6-1 L, 3-4 W, 5-2 W, 7-0 L, 1-6 L, 0-7 L, 2-5 L, 0-7 L, 3-4 L, 1-4 W, 6-0 L, 3-4 L, 1-6 W, 4-3 L, 0-7 L, 1-6 W, 6-1 L, 1-5

2008-09 (7-11) Head coach: Sherif Zaher at St. Bonaventure Invitate NTS UB/NIAGARA INVITATIONAL NTS at Dartmouth Invitational NTS at ITA Regionals NTS at Cornell Wicked Invitational NTS at Bryant W, 6-1 at Brown L, 1-6 YOUNGSTOWN STATE W, 5-2 at Niagara W, 7-0 Binghamton (n) L, 0-7 DUQUESNE W, 6-1 CHICAGO STATE W, 7-0 (f) COLGATE W, 6-1 Bucknell (n) W, 5-2 at Kennesaw State L, 3-4 at Mercer L, 3-4 at Jacksonville State L, 0-7 at St. Bonaventure L, 3-4 at Toledo L, 1-6 at Western Michigan L, 0-7 BALL STATE L, 1-6 NORTHERN ILLINOIS L, 2-5 MAC CHAMPIONSHIPS BALL STATE L, 0-4 2009-10 (13-7) Head coach: Lee Nickell at St. Bonaventure Invitational NTS at Princeton Invitational NTS at Niagara Doubles Invite NTS at Dartmouth Invitational NTS at ITA Regionals NTS at Cornell Invitational NTS at Brown W, 4-3 at Bryant W, 7-0 at Penn State L, 1-6 at Cornell L, 3-4 NIAGARA W, 7-0 at Florida Atlantic L, 2-5 Southern Illinois (n) W, 6-1 Troy (n) L, 1-4 ROBERT MORRIS W, 7-0

at Duquesne TOLEDO ST. BONAVENTURE WESTERN MICHIGAN BINGHAMTON at Chicago State at Northern Illinois at Ball State at Cleveland State at MAC Championships Toledo (n) Western Michigan (n)

W, 6-1 W, 4-3 W, 7-0 W, 4-3 L, 2-5 W, 5-0 W, 5-2 W, 4-3 L, 3-4 W, 4-1 L, 0-4

2010-11 (12-8) Head coach: Lee Nickell at Princeton Invitational NTS at Lehigh Invitational NTS at ITA Regionals NTS at Cornell Invitational NTS at Brown L, 2-5 at Bryant W, 6-1 Duquesne (n) W, 4-3 at Penn State L, 2-5 YOUNGSTOWN STATE W, 6-1 at Cornell L, 0-7 at Furman W, 5-2 Army (n) W, 5-2 at College of Charleston L, 1-6 at Western Michigan L, 0-7 at Toledo L, 2-5 MARIST W, 5-2 at Binghamton L, 1-6 CHICAGO STATE W, 5-0 at St. Bonaventure W, 7-0 at Niagara W, 6-1 BALL STATE W, 4-3 NORTHERN ILLINOIS W, 6-1 at MAC Championships Chicago State (n) W, 4-0 Toledo (n) L, 3-4 2011-12 (11-10) Head coach: Lee Nickell at Princeton Invite NTS UB INVITATIONAL NTS at ITA Regionals NTS at Cornell Invitational NTS at Cornell L, 0-7 at Brown L, 2-5 at Bryant W, 5-2 at Penn State L, 0-7 CLEVELAND STATE L, 3-4 at Penn L, 3-4 at Princeton L, 2-5 at South Carolina State L, 1-6 at Citadel W, 6-1 at Duquesne W, 7-0 ST. BONAVENTURE W, 7-0 at Marist W, 5-2 TOLEDO W, 6-1 WESTERN MICHIGAN W, 5-2 BINGHAMTON L, 3-4 at Chicago State W, 7-0 at Northern Illinois W, 5-2 at Ball State L, 3-4 vs. IUPUI (n) W, 6-1 at MAC Championships Ball State (n) W, 4-3 at Western Michigan L, 0-4

2013-14 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO MEN’S TENNIS 2012-13 (9-10) Head coach: Lee Nickell at Princeton Invite NTS at Penn Invite NTS at Cornell Invitational NTS at ITA Regionals NTS vs. Colgate (n) W, 7-0 vs. Bryant (n) W, 6-1 at Penn L, 6-1 at Cornell L, 7-0 at Cleveland State W, 4-3 NIAGARA W, 6-2 DUQUESNE W, 5-1 at Princeton L, 7-0 NJIT W, 5-2 at Brown L, 7-0 at Florida Atlantic L, 4-3 at Lynn L, 7-2 at Western Michigan W, 4-3 at Toledo W, 4-3 CHICAGO STATE W, 7-0 at Binghamton L, 4-3 BALL STATE L, 4-3 NORTHERN ILLINOIS L, 4-3 at MAC Championships at Western Michigan L, 4-2 (n) - neutral site. (f) - forfeit. NTS - no team scoring.

2013-14 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO MEN’S TENNIS All-Time Series Records A Akron 0-2 Albany 1-6 Alfred 20-1 Allegheny 1-4 American 1-0 Amherst 0-1 Army 1-2 B Ball State 3-15 Barry 0-1 Bates 2-0 Binghamton 4-14 Bloomsburg 1-1 Boston College 0-1 Boston University 1-0 Bowdoin 1-0 Bowling Green 0-5 Bradley 0-1 Brandeis 1-0 Brockport State 11-2 Brown 1-9 Bryant 5-0 Bucknell 7-2 Buffalo Inst. of Technology 4-0 Buffalo State 57-6 C Cabrini 1-0 Canisius 70-0 California-Davis 0-1 Central Connecticut State 0-1 Central Florida 0-1 Chicago State 9-1 Cleveland State 1-2 Citadel 1-1 Coast Guard 2-0 Colgate 8-27 College of Boca Raton 0-1 College of Charleston 0-1 Connecticut 0-1 Cornell 0-20 Cortland State 17-6 D Dayton 1-0 Delaware 1-0 Denison 1-0 DePaul 0-1 Detroit Tech 1-0 Duquesne 11-11 E Eastern Illinois 1-3 Eastern Kentucky 0-1 Eastern Michigan 0-3 Edinboro 12-6-1

Erie CC 35-1 Evansville 1-0 F Fairfield 1-0 Flagler 0-1 Florida Atlantic 0-2 Florida Tech 1-0 Franklin & Marshall 1-0 Fredonia State 19-1 Furman 1-0 G Gannon 18-6 Geneseo State 6-1 George Washingon 0-1 Georgia Southern 0-1 H Hamilton 0-1 Hartford 1-1-1 Harvard 0-1 Hillsdale 1-0 Hobart 8-5 I Idaho 0-1 Illinois-Chicago 0-1 Indiana (PA) 1-0 IPFW 6-0 Ithaca 2-1 IUPUI 1-0 J Jacksonville 1-2 Jacksonville State 0-1 K Kalamazoo College Kennesaw State

1-0 0-1

L Lafayette 0-1 Lawrence Institute 1-0 Lehigh 1-0 LeMoyne 1-0 Lynn 0-1 M Manhattan 2-3 Mankato State 1-0 Marist 4-3 Marquette 0-2 Maryland-Baltimore Co. 2-0 Massachusetts 1-0 McMaster 7-0 Mercer 0-1 Mercyhurst 2-8

Miami (FL) 0-1 Miami (OH) 0-2 Middlebury 1-0 Millersville 0-1 Missouri-Kansas City 0-1 Mobile College 0-1 Monmouth 1-0 Morehead State 0-2 Morgan State 1-0 N Niagara 98-3-1 NJIT 1-0 North Florida 0-1 Northeastern Illinois 1-0 Northern Illinois 6-11 O Ohio Dominican Oneonta State Ontario Aggies Oral Roberts Oswego State

1-0 3-3 2-0 0-2 1-0

P Penn 0-2 Penn State 0-3 Pittsburgh 8-3 Portland State 1-0 Princeton 0-2 R Rhode Island 2-0 RIT 7-0 Robert Morris 11-1 Rochester 22-41 Rollins 2-0 RPI 1-0 Rutgers 0-3 S Sacramento State 0-1 St. Bonaventure 39-19 St. Cloud State 1-0 St. Francis (PA) 10-2 St. John Fisher 2-0 St. John’s 0-3 Saint Joseph’s 1-0 St. Lawrence 2-0 St. Leo’s 1-0 Saint Louis 0-1 St. Mary’s (MN) 1-0 St. Michael’s 1-0 St. Olaf 1-0 Saint Peter’s 1-0 Sampson 1-0 San Francisco 0-1 Siena 5-0

Skidmore 1-1 Slippery Rock 3-0 South Carolina-Aiken 1-0 South Carolina State 0-1 Southeastern College 1-0 Southern Illinois 1-0 Stetson 0-3 Stony Brook 0-1 Susquehanna 1-0 Syracuse 1-14 T Tampa 0-1 Temple 1-0 Toledo 7-14 Toronto 0-1 Towson State 0-1 Trenton State 1-0 Troy 0-3 Tufts 1-0 V Valparaiso 2-2 Vermont 3-1 Villanova 1-0 Vincennes 1-0 W Wayne State 0-4 West Alabama 0-1 Western Illinois 0-3 Western Michigan 3-19 Western Reserve 1-1 Westminster 1-0 Wisconsin-Eau Claire 1-0 Wisconsin-Stout 1-1 Wisconsin-Whitewater 0-2 Wooster 0-1 X Xavier 1-1 Y Youngstown State

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2013-14 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO MEN’S TENNIS Division I Singles Victories (Through Spring 2013 season)

Name Victories 1. Mike Rockman (2003-07) 83 2. Vusa Hove (2010-13) 82 3. Nick Zieziula (2001-05) 69 4. Fery Kasiman (1999-03) 64 5. Nikesh Singh Panthlia (2005-08) 62 6. Marcelo Mazzetto (2007-11) 60 7. Kirill Kolomyts (2007-10) 57 8. Mike Proulx (1993-97) 55 Alex Kalinin (2009-12) 55 10. Justin Brtko (1998-02) 54 Yules Hadisubroto (2003-07) 54 12. Wojciech Starakiewicz (2009-12) 49 13. Octavian Stane (2005-09) 46 14. Randy Rocchio (2001- 05) 45 15. Kevin Humphrey (1991-94) 42 Damien David (2011-present) 42 16. Andrew Garber (1995-99) 39

17. Budi Susanto (1998-01) 18. Orrin Pridgen (1993-98) 19. Josh Liederman (2001-05) 20. Albert Alant (2003-07) 21. John Lavere (1989-93) 22. Matt Kennedy (2004-06) 23. Warren Polakoff (1991-95) Luis Gurri (1992-95) Wadie Kawar (1995-96) 26. Sean Kelley (1998-02) Onke Murdono (1997-99) Rangga Prayudha (2002-04)

37 36 35 34 33 31 30 30 30 29 29 29

Division I records begin in 1991. Current players are listed in bold italics.

Mike Rockman

Division I Singles Winning Percentage (Through Spring 2013 season, minimum 40 matches played)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Name Record Pct. Vusa Hove (2010-13) 82-34 .707 Wadie Kawar (1995-96) 30-13 .698 Damien David (2011-present) 42-19 .689 Luis Gurri (1992-95) 30-14 .682 John Lavere (1989-93) 33-16 .673 Nikesh Singh Panthlia (2005-08) 62-34 .646 Fery Kasiman (1999-03) 64-37 .634 Wojciech Starakiewicz (2009-12) 49-29 .628 Warren Polakoff (1991-95) 30-19 .612 Justin Brtko (1998-02) 54-35 .607 Mike Rockman (2003-07) 83-54 .606 George Tibil (2009-12) 25-18 .581 Kevin Humphrey (1991-94) 42-31 .575 Alex Kalinin (2009-12) 55-41 .573 Rangga Prayudha (2002-04) 29-22 .569

16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

Matt Klein (1990-94) Kirill Kolomyts (2007-10) Andrew Garber (1995-99) Mike Proulx (1993-97) Matt Kennedy (2004-06) Budi Susanto (1998-01) Kristof Custers (2008-10) Nick Zieziula (2001-05) Orrin Pridgen (1993-98) Steve Dahm (1995-96) Marcelo Mazzetto (2007-11) Mitch Zenaty (2008-11) Yules Hadisubroto (2003-07) Randy Rocchio (2001- 05) Onke Murdono (1997-99)

27-21 57-45 39-31 55-44 31-25 37-31 25-21 69-60 36-22 27-24 60-54 23-24 54-57 45-48 29-32

.563 .559 .557 .556 .554 .544 .543 .535 .529 .529 .526 .489 .486 .484 .475

Justin Brtko

2013-14 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO MEN’S TENNIS Division I Doubles Victories (Through Spring 2013 season)

Name Victories 1. Nick Zieziula (2001-05) 65 2. Kirill Kolomyts (2007-10) 61 3. Mike Proulx (1993-97) 54 4. Marcelo Mazzetto (2007-11) 53 Vusa Hove (2010-13) 53 6. Randy Rocchio (2001-05) 51 7. Yules Hadisubroto (2003-07) 50 8. Nikesh Singh Panthlia (2005-08) 49 9. Wojciech Starakiewicz (2009-12) 46 10. Mike Rockman (2003-07) 43 11. Octavian Stane (2005-09) 42 Mitch Zenaty (2008-11) 42 13. Fery Kasiman (1999-03) 41 14. Alex Kalinin (2009-12) 37 15. Andrew Garber (1995-99) 32

16. 18. 21. 23. 26. 28. 29. 30.

Josh Liederman (2001-05) Albert Alant (2003-07) Justin Brtko (1998-02) Onke Murdono (1997-99) Dave Monkarsh (1991-95) Travis Zappia (2010-12) Damien David (2011-present) Dave Emihovich (1997-01) Kevin Humphrey (1991-94) Steve Dahm (1995-96) Budi Susanto (1998-01) Orrin Pridgen (1993-98) Kristof Custers (2008-10) George Tibil (2009-12) Rohan Raikar (2001-03)

31 31 30 30 30 29 29 28 28 28 27 27 26 25 24

Division I records begin in 1991. Current players are listed in bold italics. Mike Proulx

Division I Doubles Winning Percentage (Through Spring 2013 season, minimum 40 matches played)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 15.

Name Record Pct. Kristof Custers (2008-10) 26-14 .650 Steve Dahm (1995-96) 28-16 .636 Randy Rocchio (2001-05) 51-31 .622 Kirill Kolomyts (2007-10) 56-35 .615 Wojciech Starakiewicz (2009-12) 46-30 .605 Kevin Humphrey (1991-94) 28-19 .596 George Tibil (2009-12) 25-18 .581 Travis Zappia (2010-12) 29-21 .580 Dave Monkarsh (1991-95) 30-22 .577 Vusa Hove (2010-13) 53-39 .576 Orrin Pridgen (1993-98) 27-21 .563 Andrew Garber (1995-99) 32-26 .552 Nick Zieziula (2001-05) 65-53 .551 Nikesh Singh Panthlia (2005-08) 49-40 .551 Mike Proulx (1993-97) 54-45 .545

16. 17. 18. 19. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

Warren Polakoff (1991-95) Marcelo Mazzetto (2007-11) Damien David (2011-present) Mitch Zenaty (2008-11) Luis Gurri (1992-95) Fery Kasiman (1999-03) Alex Kalinin (2009-12) Budi Susanto (1998-01) Mike Rockman (2003-07) Dave Emihovich (1997-01) Onke Murdono (1997-99) Rohan Raikar (2001-03) Yules Hadisubroto (2003-07) Justin Brtko (1998-02) Matt Kennedy (2004-06)

23-20 53-47 29-27 42-42 20-20 41-43 37-39 27-30 43-50 28-33 30-36 24-29 50-63 30-40 23-32

.535 .530 .518 .500 .500 .488 .487 .474 .462 .459 455 .453 .442 .429 .418

Randy Rocchio

2013-14 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO MEN’S TENNIS Division I Combined Victories (Through Spring 2013 season)

Name Victories 1. Vusa Hove (2010-13) 135 2. Nick Zieziula (2001-05) 134 3. Mike Rockman (2003-07) 126 4. Kirill Kolomyts (2007-10) 118 5. Marcelo Mazzetto (2007-11) 113 6. Nikesh Singh Panthlia (2005-08) 111 7. Mike Proulx (1993-97) 109 8. Fery Kasiman (1999-03) 105 9. Yules Hadisubroto (2003-07) 104 10. Randy Rocchio (2001-05) 96 11. Wojciech Starakiewicz (2009-12) 95 12. Alex Kalinin (2009-12) 92 13. Octavian Stane (2005-09) 88 Onke Murdono (1997-99) 88 15. Justin Brtko (1998-02) 84

16. 18. 19. 20. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 28. 29.

Damien David (2011-present) Andrew Garber (1995-99) Kevin Humphrey (1991-94) Josh Liederman (2001-05) Albert Alant (2003-07) Mitch Zenaty (2008-11) Budi Susanto (1998-01) Orrin Pridgen (1993-98) Steve Dahm (1995-96) Matt Kennedy (2004-06) Warren Polakoff (1991-95) John Lavere (1989-93) Kristof Custers (2008-10) George Tibil (2009-12) Luis Gurri (1992-95)

71 71 70 66 65 65 64 63 55 54 53 53 51 50 50

Division I records begin in 1991. Current players are listed in bold italics. Nick Zieziula

Division I Combined Winning Percentage (Through Spring 2013 season, minimum 50 matches played)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

Name Record Pct. Wadie Kawar (1995-96) 49-26 .653 Vusa Hove (2010-13) 135-73 .649 John Lavere (1989-93) 53-31 .631 Wojciech Starakiewicz (2009-12) 95-59 .617 Damien David (2011-present) 71-46 .607 Nikesh Singh Panthlia (2005-08) 111-74 .600 Luis Gurri (1992-95) 50-34 .595 Orrin Pridgen (1993-98) 63-43 .594 Kristof Custers (2008-10) 51-35 .593 Kevin Humphrey (1991-94) 70-50 .583 George Tibil (2009-12) 50-36 .581 Steve Dahm (1995-96) 55-40 .579 Kirill Kolomyts (2007-10) 118-86 .578 Warren Polakoff (1991-95) 53-39 .576

15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

Fery Kasiman (1999-03) 105-80 .568 Earl McGrath (1997-99) 31-24 .564 Andrew Garber (1995-99) 71-57 .555 Mike Proulx (1993-97) 109-89 .551 Travis Zappia (2010-12) 45-37 .549 Randy Rocchio (2001-05) 96-79 .549 Mike Rockman (2003-07) 126-104 .548 Nick Zieziula (2001-05) 134-113 .543 Ivan Vereshchaga (2011-13) 41-35 .539 Alex Kalinin (2009-12) 92-80 .535 Marcelo Mazzetto (2007-11) 113-99 .533 Justin Brtko (1998-02) 84-75 .528 Pradeep Rebala (1995-97) 37-35 .514 Budi Susanto (1998-01) 64-61 .512 Mitch Zenaty (2008-11) 65-66 .496 Matt Klein (1990-94) 43-44 .494

Nikesh Singh Panthlia

2013-14 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO MEN’S TENNIS UB Tennis Notables

Rob Gregoire

Joe DiCarlo, Bill Kullman, Head Coach Bill Sanford (Sanford is the winningest coach in UB tennis history: 226 wins, 61 losses, 1 tie)

Bob Mack (Winningest First Singles Record in UB History: 18-1)

All-American Ken White

Fery Kasiman

Joe Dinoffer (National Clinician — USPTA, USPTR, USTA)

Rich Abbott (UB Athletic Hall of Fame) Bill Monkarsh (Former Head Coach, Coached All-American Ken White)

Onke Murdono (ITF Top 50 World Ranked Junior, Jakarta, Indonesia)

Jimmy Arias (Honorary Member of UB team)

Todd Miller (NYS Champion)

Russ Tringali

Russ Crispell Former Head Coach 1993-2006

Budi Susanto

Tom LaPenna (Former Head Coach, USTA National Coach)

2013-14 UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO MEN’S TENNIS The Home Court Advantage

University Tennis Club

With two top-notch competition and training facilities, the Bulls are never at a loss for court time. Out of the success of hosting the World University Games in 1993, the University at Buffalo formed the University Tennis Club at the Ellicott Tennis Courts, home of the UB Bulls men’s and women’s tennis teams. Nestled amongst hardwoods and adjacent to Ellicott Creek, the 13 Plexipave hardcourt tennis complex is host to some of the best Division I tennis action in the Northeast. During the summer of 2005, the courts got a complete makeover, including a new blue and white surface to correspond with the team colors.

Miller Tennis Center

The club features active tennis programming for the family and has hosted to numerous USTA events. In addition, the club has served as the host site of the Section VI High School Championships and the Empire State Games Qualifying Tournament along with an assortment of club activities. Collegiaately, the club has hosted the Mid-American Conference Championships twice, the women’s tournament in 2008 and the men’s tournament in 2009. As Buffalo’s weather sometimes dictates, UB’s teams also call Williamsville’s Miller Tennis Center home. There, the teams can use the eight indoor courts ensuring that no competition or practice session is lost to inclement weather.


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