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General Information School Name . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Davidson College Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Davidson, N.C. Founded . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1837 Enrollment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,900 Nickname . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Wildcats School Colors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Red (PMS 186) and Black Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Southern Affiliation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .NCAA Division I President . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carol Quillen (Chicago ‘83) Athletics Director . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Jim Murphy (Davidson ’78) Home Facility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Covington Tennis Courts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Knobloch Tennis Center

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Coaching Staff

Feb.

Head Coach . . . . . . . . . . .Drew Barrett (Illinois-Chicago ’00) E-mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .drbarrett@davidson.edu Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(704) 894-2438 Career Record (Years) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .104-180 (13) Record at Davidson (Years) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65-93 (7) Assistant Coach . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Joe Schafer E-mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .joschafer@davidson.edu

Davidson Quick Facts . . . . . .1 2014 Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 2014 Roster/Team Photo . . .2 2014 Outlook . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 2013 Statistics/Results . . . . .4 2014 Opponents . . . . . . . . . . .5

2014 SCHEDULE

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Team History SoCon Regular Season Titles/Last . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2/1997 SoCon Tournament Titles/Last . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9/1973 NCAA Appearances/Last . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .0 *Competed in the Big South from 1990-91

Team Information 2013 Team Record . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12-9 2013 SoCon Record/Finish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-5/7th Starters Returning/Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3/3 Letterwinners Returning/Lost . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5/5 Newcomers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4

Sports Information Women's Tennis Contact . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Gavin McFarlin E-mail . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . gamcfarlin@davidson.edu Office Phone . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(704) 894-2635 Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .(704) 894-2636 Website . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .www.davidsonwildcats.com

Year-By-Year Results . . . .6-10 Hall of Famers . . . . . . . . .11-12 Honors & Awards . . . . . . . .13 AD/President . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Media Info./SID . . . . . . . . .15

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vs. Yale 1 at Virginia Tech Winthrop at Auburn at Alabama A&M Presbyterian Richmond at Gardner-Webb at George Mason at Georgetown at USC-Upstate at Georgia Southern * at Elon * Wofford * at Samford * at Chattanooga * Appalachian State * The Citadel * Charlotte at UNCG * Furman * College of Charleston *

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2014 Southern ConferenCe tournament SoCon Tournament 2

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Boldface type denotes home match *Asterisk denotes SoCon opponent 1 at Blacksburg, Va. ~ 2 hosted by Chattanooga All Times are Eastern Standard

The hisTory of The WildcaT

Davidson College welcomes your coverage of women's tennis in 2014. For interviews, information or pictures, please contact Gavin McFarlin of the Sports Information Office. Phone: (704) 894.2635 Fax: (704) 894.2636 E-mail: gamcfarlin@davidson.edu

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On November 10, 1917, a small cohort of 22 football players traveled to Atlanta to represent Davidson College against Auburn, one of the most formidable teams in the South. The Plainsmen had massacred their first four opponents, outscoring teams, 1416. According to one account, they were “big, quick, and undefeated” and heavily favored in the day’s matchup. Davidson was 2-4 and started a line averaging 20 pounds less. Not surprisingly, Auburn dominated the game, outgaining the “Red and Black” 240 yards to Davidson’s 91 yards. Astoundingly, Davidson pulled together an offensive attack through the efforts of running back A.R. “Buck” Flowers and quarterback Henry Spann, delivering a “bewildering array of forward passes.” Davidson defeated one of the most powerful teams in the South that day, 21-7, with scrappiness that captured the awe and respect of Atlanta sportswriters. They wrote of the “Wildcats” from Davidson College, whose small stature and ferocious style proved overwhelming. One account notes that Morgan Blake of the Atlanta Journal remarked of the Davidson team, “No other team ever put together in these United States of the same weight as Coach Fetzer’s team could ever get the verdict over the flock of wild men from North Carolina.” The Davidsonian picked up on the nickname, and it has been used ever since, replacing former, milder references such as “Red and Black,” “Presbyterians” and “Preachers.” — revised and rewritten from an account in the Davidson College archives

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2014 ROSTER

Front (l-r): Roger Irigoyen Berlanga, Zack Zapatero and Jordan Hart Middle (l-r): Alex Howard, Connor Evins, Ricky Saad and Evan Watkins Back (l-r): Robert Lightbourn, Assistant Coach Joe Schafer, Head Coach Drew Barrett and Ethan Kallick

2014 Numerical Roster Name Ted Bolton Connor Evins J.B. Gough Jordan Hart Alex Howard Ethan Kallick Robert Lightbourn Ricky Saad Evan Watkins Zack Zapaterno

Yr. Sr. Sr. Fr. Fr. So. Sr. Sr. Fr. So. Fr.

Name Drew Barrett Joe Schafer

Ht. 5-11 5-10 6-2 5-10 6-1 6-3 6-1 5-11 5-11 6-0

Wt. 160 160 183 167 148 180 158 170 173 175

Hometown Portland, Ore. Greenville, S.C. Beverly, Mass. McKinney, Texas Brentwood, Tenn. Pittsburgh, Pa. Nassau, Bahamas Reading, Pa. Chattanooga, Tenn. Virginia Beach, Va.

Position Year Head Coach 8th Assistant Coach 1st

High School Seal Foreign School Kapler College Prep The Roxbury Latin School McKinney North Brentwood Upper St. Clair The Hotchkiss School Wyomissing Area McCallie School Cape Henry Collegiate School

Alma Mater Illinois-Chicago ‘00 Davidson ‘13

ROSTER BY CLASS Seniors Connor Evins Ethan Kallick R. Lightbourn Ted Bolton

Ht. 5-10 6-3 6-1 5-11

Wt. 160 180 158

Hometown Greenville, S.C. Pittsburgh, Pa. Nassau, Bahamas Portland, Ore.

Juniors Ht. Wt. Hometown Roger I. Berlanga 5-8 158 Naucalpan, Mexico Sophomores Alex Howard Evan Watkins

Ht. Wt. Hometown 6-1 148 Brentwood, Tenn. 5-11 173 Chattanooga, Tenn.

Freshmen J.B. Gough Jordan Hart Ricky Saad Zack Zapaterno

Ht. 6-2 5-10 5-11 6-0

Wt. 183 167 170 175

Hometown Beverly, Mass. McKinney, Texas Reading, Pa. Virginia Beach, Va.

2014 MEN’S TENNIS

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OUT LOOK Now in their eighth season under the direction of head coach Drew Barrett, the Wildcats will enter the 2014 campaign seeking the program’s 10th SoCon Tournament title as Davidson returns a solid core of players from a season ago. It was a successful campaign in 2013 as Davidson finished with a 12-9 overall record and 5-5 in league play. They saw their season end in the second round of the Southern Conference Tournament, a 4-1 decision vs. Samford. The Wildcats moved to the next round after a solid 4-1 victory against Wofford. Seniors Joe Schafer, Chris Mark and Kevin Moore were each honored by the league, with Schafer earning the Sportsmanship Award, and Mark and Moore being named All-SoCon Second Team at No. 1 doubles. This year's club will feature the return of five letterwinners, including the senior trio of Connor Evins, Ethan Kallick and Robert Lightbourn. Add in a talented freshmen group of four, who will add to the depth of the starting lineup, and the Wildcats are primed for a solid 2013 season and their final year in the SoCon.

SingLES

Davidson picked up 54 singles wins and netted 24 of those wins against SoCon opponents. The No. 2, 4 and 5 spots all had records of .500 or better. •Senior Ted Bolton: Returners to the team after a year away ... during this past Fall, played in both of Davidson’s invitationals ... scored a solid 7-5, 7-6 triumph vs. Winthrop at the Jeff Frank Invitational. •Senior Connor Evins: Had a solid junior season, earning the team’s Most Improved Award ... tied for the team-high with 11 singles wins, getting nine of them at the No. 5 position ... went 6-4 in league play ... ended last year on a three-match win streak, including winning twice in the SoCon Tournament ... played in six three-set matches, winning five of them a year ago. •Senior Ethan Kallick: Played in a pair of singles matches last year ... scored a 6-0, 6-1 triumph vs. Brevard College in first singles match at No. 5 ... has seen action at No. 5 and 6 positions during his Wildcat career ... in Fall of 2013, played in both of Davidson’s home invitaitonals ... picked up a super tie-breaker win vs. his Elon opponent, 3-6, 6-3, 10-3. •Senior Robert Lightbourn: Awarded the team's Mike Derian Attitude Award ... saw action in 17 singles matches, netting six wins ... three of those wins came in SoCon play ... went 5-6 at No. 4 singles, while seeing action in six matches at No. 3. •Sophomore Alex Howard: Stepped right into lineup as a freshman, playing at No. 3-6 positions ... went 5-8 in first year ... was 1-4 in league matches ... had a combined 3-0 record at No. 3-5 slot ... won first collegiate singles match against Wingate with a 7-6, 62 victory at No. 5 ... scored first SoCon win with a three-set triumph against The Citadel, 6-3, 3-6, 7-6 ... scored a 6-2, 6-1 win at No. 6 to help Davidson earn a victory against Wofford in the first round of the SoCon Tournament ... during Fall of 2013, saw action in all four events. •Sophomore Evan Watkins: Did not see any action as a freshman ... played in four Wildcat Fall events in 2013 ... won first career event, a 7-5, 6-4 decision vs. USC Upstate at the Jeff Frank Invitational ... reached the finals of the D-1 Singles bracket at the Wake Forest Invite ... scored a win at the UNCW Invitational as well as picking up a doubles victory with Lightbourn.

nEwCOmERS

•J.B. Gough: A five-year letterwinner at Roxbury Latin in Boston, Mass. ... was No. 1 singles and doubles player there ... threetime all-league honoree ... netted first Fall collegiate win at Davidson’s Jim Causey Invite, a 6-1, 7-5 triumph at No. 6 position vs. Appalachian State ... scored a three-set victory against Richmond, 6-1, 6-7, 6-2, at the UNC Wilmington Invitational. •Jordan Hart: A native of McKinney, Texas, where he was an all-district singles and doubles player all four years at McKinney North ... a Texas state 4A singles champion in 2012 & 2013 ... scored a pair of singles wins at the UNCW Invitational ... finished with 10 points at the Jim Causey Invite, scoring a pair of singles wins ... won the consolation finals in the D-2 singles at the Wake Forest Invite and added a couple of singles wins to lead Davidson at the UNCW Invitational. •Ricky Saad: Comes to Davidson from Wyomissing Area in Reading, Pa. ... was a four-time all-state performer and a four-time Berks County Player of the Year ... scored 12 points in first collegiate Fall event, the Jeff Frank Invite ... netted a 6-2, 6-2 decision vs. Richmond at the UNCW Invite. •Zack Zapatero: Was the No. 1 singles and doubles player at Cape Henry Collegiate at Virginia Beach, Va. ... led Cape to the D-I state title last year ... named the 2013 Virginia State Player of the Year ... started collegiate career off with a bang, pacing the Wildcats with 20 points at the Jeff Frank Invite, earning a couple of singles and doubles wins.

DOuBLES

Davidson’s doubles teams again had a solid year a season ago, tallying 28 wins and 15 in league play after netting 29 and 19, respectively, in 2012. The ‘Cats, who used five doubles teams, will have to replace their No. 1 team as well as two other players from their No. 2 and 3 teams. • No. 1 position: The Wildcats will have a new No. 1 team in 2014 after the graduation of Chris Mark and Kevin Moore, who went 9-10 overall and 8-6 at the top spot ... they were 4-6 vs. the SoCon ... to duo rattled off a five-match win streak early in the year ... Kallick and Joe Schafer also saw action at No. 1, going 2-3. • No. 2 position: Davidson brings back half of its No. 2 team with the return of Kallick ... he and Schafer went 6-3 (3-2 vs. SoCon) at No. 2 and were 8-6 overall ... they finished the year on a two-match win streak ... Lightbourn saw action in one match at No. 2. • No. 3 position: Lightbourn and Evins return after splitting time with Nicky Kunz ... Lightbourn and Kunz played 11 matches at No. 3, going 6-5 and 4-2 vs. the league ... they went 7-5 overall ... Evins earned three wins with Kunz ... Davidson was 9-9 overall at the No. 3 doubles slot.

SChEDuLE

Davidson will open its 2013 season with a pair of matches on the road at Virginia Tech and vs. Yale on Tech’s campus. The Wildcats play four of their first five matches on the road, and will have a six-match road swing during the middle of the season. The Wildcats will open SoCon play on the road against Georgia Southern, March 7. They won 5-2 last year vs. the Eagles and hold a 13-9 lead in the series. Last year saw the ‘Cats netted league wins against Chattanooga, The Citadel, GSU, Wofford and Furman. Four of the first five SoCon matches will be on the road, with trips to Southern, Elon, Samford and Chattanooga. Davidson closes the season at home against Furman and College of Charleston. The ‘Cats will look to avenge a pair of 4-3 setbacks to both teams a year ago. The SoCon Tournament takes place April 16-19 in Chattanooga, Tenn., as Chattanooga plays host this year. Samford, which went 7-3 in league play during the regular season and finished 15-10 overall, took home the title last year with a 4-3 victory over Elon. Davidson is 12-14 since 1988 in the SoCon Tournament and has reached the second round in two of the past three seasons.

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HEAD COACH BARRETT

DREW BARRETT head Coach 8th Year at Davidson ill.-Chicago ‘00 Record at Davidson: 65-93 Drew Barrett will be entering his eighth season at the helm of men’s tennis program in 2014. He has compiled a 65-93 overall record (23-45 SoCon) at Davidson in seven years. Three times he has led the 'Cats to 10-plus win seasons. Overall, he has collected 104 wins during his 13 years at Bradley and Davidson. It was a successful campaign in 2013 as the Wildcats fashioned a 12-9 record, including an 8-4 record at home, and went an even 5-5 in SoCon action. The 12 wins were the most since the 2008 season when Davidson went 14-8. They also advanced to the quarterfinals in the SoCon Tournament with a 4-1 win against Wofford, before falling to Samford to end their season. Davidson rattled off a season-high sixmatch win streak in the early goings of 2013. Barrett saw his most-highly recruited class at Davidson finish out their careers as Joe Schafer, Chris Mark and Kevin Moore had strong senior campaigns. The class, which was ranked the 25th best midmajor class in 2009, each earned SoCon honors their last year. The duo of Mark and Moore were named to the league's second team at No. 1 doubles, while Schafer earned the league's Don Bunch/Buddy Hartsell Sportsmanship Award. The Wildcats' No. 1 player, Schafer was also honored with SoCon Player of the Week, March 5. The 2012 season saw Davidson go 7-14 overall and pick up a 3-7 record in league play. The Wildcats were 5-6 at home, including rattling off a season-best four-match win streak. Under the guidance of Barrett, senior Calum Gee and junior Joe Schafer were the first doubles pair in proram history to earn a national ranking. The duo started the season ranked 19th in the nation. They finished with a 108 overall record at the No. 1 slot. In the Fall of 2011, the pair won the doubles title at The Racquet Club Collegiate Invitational in Midland, Texas, against some top ranked schools. Barrett also saw his top freshman, Nicky Kunz, earn All-SoCon Freshman Team honors. The first-year player led the 'Cats with a 12-8 singles mark. It was the second time during Barrett's tenure he has had an all-league freshman team member as Schafer made the team in 2010. On March 7, 2012, the Wildcats gave Barrett his 50th career win during his tenure at Davidson, scoring a 5-2 SoCon victory at Georgia Southern to open league play. In 2011, the Wildcats compiled a 7-18 record overall, with two of those wins coming vs. the SoCon. Davidson as a team played seven matches that were decided by one point. The schedule also featured matches against nationally-ranked opponents N.C. State (57th) , Clemson (53rd), USC-Upstate (60th), Harvard (73rd), Wake Forest (37th) and Radford (63rd)- all ranks based on what teams were when they played Davidson. Despite a tough regular season, the 'Cats did advance to the quarterfinals of the SoCon Tournament when they scored a 4-1 win vs. seventh-seeded Wofford. Barrett also saw sophomore Joe Schafer earn second-team all-league honors at No. 1 singles, making it the third time under Barrett a player has earned first or second team honors. The 2010 season saw Davidson hit the 10-win mark under Barrett for the second time in the past three years, finishing with a 10-11 record. The Wildcats just missed out on being one of the top-four teams to advance to the Southern Conference Tournament, sporting a 4-6 record. The 2010 season was highlighted by two win streak, first a four-match streak at the start of the season and then a five-match win streak in the middle that included league wins over Chattanooga, The Citadel and Georgia Southern. Five times Davidson blanked their opponents, 7-0. Barrett saw three of his players earn all-conference accolades, with senior Eric Noble and Joe Schafer earning a spot on the All-SoCon First Team in doubles, sophomore Calum Gee getting second team honors at No. 5 singles and Schafer being named to the league's all-freshman team. The Wildcats went 7-17 overall and closed SoCon play at 2-8 dur-

ing the 2009 campaign. They did open up the SoCon Tournament with a 4-3 win over Samford to advance to the quarterfinals for the eighth time in the past 10 years. The 2008 season saw him guide the ’Cats to their first winning season since the 2001 campaign with a mark of 14-8. The 14 wins were the most since the 1999 team went 15-9. Of those 14 wins, 10 of them came at the friendly confines of the Covington Tennis Courts where the team finished 10-2. Davidson also sported a 5-4 mark in SoCon play, while advancing to the quarterfinals of the SoCon tournament. In Barrett's first season, 2007, he led the Wildcats to an 8-16 overall mark his first season and a 2-7 SoCon record. He also guided the Wildcats into the quarterfinals of the SoCon tournament. Barrett came to Davidson by way of Bradley University in Peoria, Ill., where he was the head coach of the Bradley Braves men’s tennis team for five years. A former assistant coach at DePaul and IllinoisChicago, Barrett inherited the Braves' program that had won just one conference match in 33 tries before his arrival and helped build them into a competitive team in the Missouri Valley Conference. In 2006, Barrett led the Braves to their first MVC Tournament semifinal birth since 1993 after garnering the program’s first maindraw victory in the conference meet in the dual-format era. The Braves finished with an overall record of 7-13 and 2-5 in the MVC. Two of his players became the school’s first MVC individual tournament champions, claiming the No. 1 doubles crown, while another secured his fourth all-conference recognition and earned his third MVC Scholar-Athlete honor. In all, seven players earned MVC Scholar-Athlete recognition in 2006. The 2003 and 2004 spring seasons were two of the most successful in Bradley’s history. Barrett guided the Braves to a 3-5 conference mark in the spring of 2003 and a ranking of 13th in the final Central Region ITA Poll. Then in the spring of 2004, the Braves went 10-10 overall with a 4-4 mark in MVC play. The four MVC victories were a school-record since round-robin regular-season play began in the mid-’90s. He coached an MVC Freshman of the Year in 2003 and had the MVC’s No. 1 singles all-conference player in 2004. Barrett also coached a winner of Bradley’s highest athletic honor, the Watonga Award. During his five-year tenure at Bradley, the Braves finished higher in the regular-season standings than any team since 1989. Before his head coaching duties at Bradley, Barrett was an assistant coach at DePaul during the 1999-2000 campaign, where he helped guide the Blue Demons from a ranking of 125th nationally to as high as 48th in a season termed as the most successful in school history. The Blue Demons won 14 dual matches, with five of those wins coming over nationally-ranked teams. A graduate of the University of Illinois-Chicago, Barrett was involved in junior tennis in the Chicago suburbs for nearly a decade. Most recently, he served as Junior Tennis Coordinator for the RushCopley Healthplex, in Aurora and as Director of Junior Development at the South Barrington Tennis Club. Barrett and his wife Mandy, formely Mandy Alaks, reside in Cornelius with their two children.

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2013 STATISTICS/RESULTS 2013 fiNal sTaTisTics (12-9, 5-5 socoN) siNgles Player Connor Evins Alex Howard Roger I. Berlanga Ethan Kallick Nicky Kunz Robert Lightbourn Chris Mark Kevin Moore Joe Schafer Totals SoCon Totals

#1

7-7 (2-5)

#2 1-0

#3 1-0 1-0

#4 1-0 1-0

#5 9-7 (6-4) 1-0 1-0 1-0

#6 2-8 (1-4) 1-0 0-1 (0-1)

1-4 (1-2) 1-5 (0-3) 4-8 (3-4)

5-6 (3-4) 4-2 (2-1) 1-3 (1-3)

2-3 (1-2) 9-10 3-7

9-5 (4-3) 11-9 5-5

7-13 3-7

11-8 5-5

12-7 6-4

#1 8-6 (3-2) 2-3 (2-3)

#2 1-4 (1-4) 6-3 (3-2)

#3

4-12 2-8

Overall 11-7 (6-4) 5-8 (1-4) 3-0 1-1 (0-1) 8-11 (3-7) 6-11 (3-7) 8-10 (5-5) 1-3 (1-3) 11-8 (5-5) 54-59 24-36

doUbles Team Mark/Moore Kallick/Schafer Evins/Kunz Kunz/Lightbourn Evins/Howard Totals SoCon Totals

3-4 (2-2) 6-5 (4-2)

1-0 11-9 5-5

1-0 8-7 4-6

9-9 6-4

Overall 9-10 (4-6) 8-6 (5-5) 3-4 (2-2) 7-5 (4-2) 1-0 28-25 15-15

2013 schedUle/resUlTs Date 1/ 19 2/ 2 2 5 9 9 16 16 20 3/ 2 3 6 8 10 13 17 20 23 26 29 4/ 7 13 18 19

Opponent No. 60 Clemson Wingate Presbyterian Gardner-Webb at Temple at Saint Joseph Richmond Brevard College Belmont Abbey at UNC Wilmington at Coastal Carolina Chattanooga * at The Citadel * at Coll. of Charleston * Elon * Binghamton Appalachian State Georgia Southern * at Wofford * No. 74 Samford * UNCG * at Furman *

Location Davidson, N.C. Davidson, N.C. Davidson, N.C. Davidson, N.C. Philadelphia, Pa. Philadelphia, Pa. Davidson, N.C. Davidson, N.C. Davidson, N.C. Wilmington, N.C. Conway, S.C. Davidson, N.C. Charleston, S.C. Charleston, S.C. Davidson, N.C. Davidson, N.C. Boone, N.C. Davidson, N.C. Spartanburg, S.C. Davidson, N.C. Davidson, N.C. Greenville, S.C.

Southern Conference Tournament - Burlington, N.C. (Elon Host) vs. Wofford Burlington, N.C. 4- 1 vs. Samford Burlington, N.C. 1- 4 Boldface indicates home game

The senior duo of Chris Mark (top) and Kevin Moore (below) finished their career out by earning a spot on the All-SoCon Second Team at No. 1 doubles. They were joined by senior Joe Schafer, who was honored with the SoCon Don Buch/Buddy Hartsell Sportsmanship Award.

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Results 0- 7 L 5- 0 W 4- 0 W 4- 2 W Canceled Canceled 4- 1 W 6- 0 W 6- 0 W 0- 7 L 2- 5 L 5- 2 W 5- 2 W 3- 4 L 1- 6 L Canceled 0- 7 L 5- 2 W 4- 3 W 0- 7 L 2- 5 L 4- 3 W

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Appalachian State American Army Augusta Baptist Barton Belmont Abbey Boston College Boston U. Brown Campbell Catawaba Central Florida Charlotte Chattanooga Clemson Coll. Of Charleston Charleston Southern Colby Colorado Coastal Carolina Dartmouth Denison Duke Duquesne East Carolina East Tenn. State Elon Emory Florida Southern Francis Marion Franklin & Marshall Fresno State Furman Gardner-Webb George Mason Georgia Southern Harvard High Point Illinois at Chicago Indiana State James Madison Johnson State Kenyon College Kentucky Lees-McRae Liberty Longwood Memphis Miami (OH) M.I.T Marquette Navy

9101111301 141011110721010101766012103911331011011023100121-

14 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 3 1 1 1 13 11 3 12 1 0 3 2 1 0 2 0 4 10 13 1 0 0 0 1 21 1 0 9 2 0 1 0 5 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0

1998 1999 2005 1991 1989 1994 1988 2005 2009 2008 1991 1989 2012 1988 1988 2010 1993 1991 1997 1989 1991 2007 2001 1988 1997 1989 1988 1988 2007 1997 1994 2003 1998 1988 2003 1988 1993 1988 1995 2009 2009 1988 1990 1990 1997 2006 2001 2008 2002 1997 2003 2000 1999

2013 2003 2005 1991 1989 1994 2006 2009 2009 2011 2012 1991 2012 2012 2013 2013 2013 1999 1997 1991 2013 2007 2001 1989 1997 2010 2004 2013 2007 1997 1998 2003 1998 2013 2013 1988 2013 2011 1995 2009 2009 2008 1990 1991 1997 2010 2003 2008 2002 1997 2003 2002 1999

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N.C. State North Carolina North Carolina A&T Northern Colorado Oberlin Ohio Oklahoma Old Dominion Pennsylvania Penn State Pfeiffer Pittsburgh Presbyterian Queens Radford Rice Richmond Saint Louis Samford Sewanee Slippery Rock South Carolina South Carolina State Stetson Swarthmore The Citadel Temple Tulane UAB UC San Diego UNC Asheville UNC Greensboro UNC Wilmington U. of the South USC Upstate Valparaiso Virginia Va. Commonwealth Virginia Tech VMI Wake Forest Washington & Lee Washington College West Virginia Western Carolina William & Mary Wingate Winston-Salem State Winthrop Wofford Wooster

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2010 2005 2004 2005 1989 1990 1988 1989 2002 1989 1995 1989 2013 2007 2010 1998 2013 2009 2013 1993 1988 2012 2012 2005 1995 2013 1999 1998 2005 1985 2011 2013 2013 1993 2011 2005 1998 1996 1989 2002 2011 1995 1991 1996 1994 1994 2013 2010 2012 2013 1989

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YEAR BY YEAR (SINCE 1988) 1988 2/ 9 South Carolina 3- 5 3/ 4 at Richmond 7- 2 5 Penn State 5- 1 6 James Madison 5- 4 7 Elon 6- 1 8 Slippery Rock 9- 0 10 Old Dominion 4- 5 11 Pitt 9- 0 12 Washington College 8- 1 13 Oklahoma 2- 7 14 George Mason 6- 0 16 Virginia 4- 5 18 Wooster 9- 0 19 at Duke 3- 6 20 Washington & Lee 6- 3 24 Harvard 7- 2 25 Ohio 8- 1 26 at The Citadel* 5- 4 27 at North Carolina 3- 6 30 Charlotte NA 31 Pfeiffer NA 4/ 8 at East Tenn. State* NA 9 at VMI* NA 10 at Chattanooga* NA 12 N.C. State NA 13 at Belmont Abbey NA 16 William & Mary NA 20 at Furman* NA 22 Appalachian State* NA 28-30 at SoCon Tournament 3rd

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Western Carolina N.C. State Winthrop Appalachian State James Madison UNC Asheville Kenyon College Johnson State Harvard Ohio Colorado Wake Forest Charlotte

8- 1 3- 6 9- 0 6- 0 1- 6 8- 1 7- 2 9- 0 5- 2 5- 4 0- 9 1- 5 3- 5

East Carolina Virginia South Carolina Richmond Radford Swarthmore U. of the South Georgia Southern* William & Mary Coll. of Charleston* Elon* Furman* Western Carolina* Chattanooga* East Tennessee State* Charlotte The Citadel* Appalachian State* VMI* SoCon Tournament2

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1991

16-13; independent

Boldface type denotes home match

1989 19-9; independent 8- 1 9- 0 1- 8 0- 9 9- 0 5- 4 4- 5 1- 5 1- 5 4- 5 5- 4 7- 2 8- 1 5- 2 8- 1 3- 6 5- 4 5- 4 8- 1 3- 6 5- 4 6- 2 5- 2 0- 5 9- 0 7- 0 8- 1 8- 1 0- 5

14-4; 6-3 socoN

14-13; independent

20-11; independent

Charlotte Catawba North Carolina South Carolina East Carolina Penn State Old Dominion Richmond Virginia University of South Washington & Lee Pittsburgh Washington College William & Mary Wooster Virginia Tech Harvard Ohio Oberlin Colorado at Charlotte Baptist UNC Greensboro at Wake Forest Wofford UNC Asheville at Belmont Abbey East Tennessee State at Duke

1993

1990

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2/ 9 at Wake Forest 5- 3 10 North Carolina 0- 7 22 East Carolina 3- 6 23 Virginia 0- 7 24 Va. Commonwealth 0- 6 3/ 4 Kenyon 6- 0 11 Washington College 5- 4 14 University of South 7- 0 15 Charleston Southern 7- 0 17 Washington & Lee 4- 3 19 at Furman 7- 2 21 Colorado 0- 6 22 Elon 4- 5 23 at Winthrop* 6- 3 24 at Augusta* 7- 0 25 at Coastal Carolina* 4- 5 27 at Campbell* 1- 8 28 at N.C. State 5- 4 4/ 5 at Charlotte 5- 2 7 William & Mary 9 Catawba 12 East Tennessee State 15 UNC Greensboro 17-21at Big South Tournament1 NA 1

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at Augusta, Ga.

1992 16-6; Na big soUTh Results for 1992 are not available

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1994 16-6; 4-2 socoN 9/ 18 Queens 6- 1 10/29 Charlotte 5- 2 2/ 18 East Carolina 4- 1 19 Virginia 0- 7 20 at North Carolina 0- 7 26 Washington & Lee 7- 0 27 vs. Francis Marion1 5- 0 27 at South Carolina 0- 6 3/ 11 Pfeiffer 6- 1 12 Richmond 3- 4 19 at Georgia Southern* 2- 5 21 at The Citadel* 7- 0 23 at Chattanooga* 5- 2 25 at Western Carolina 7- 0 26 William & Mary 6- 1 27 Appalachian State* 6- 1 29 VMI* 6- 1 31 at Charlotte 5- 1 4/ 9 Belmont Abbey 6- 0 10 East Tennessee State* 4- 3 14 Barton (Forfeit) 15 at Furman* 2- 5 22-24 SoCon Tournament2

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at University of South Carolina, Columbia, S.C. 2at Davidson, N.C. Boldface type denotes home match Asterisk (*) denotes SoCon match

1

Boldface type denotes home match

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YEAR BY YEAR (SINCE 1988) 1995 12-10; 4-2 socon 2/ 5 South Carolina 1- 6 18 Virginia 0- 7 19 UNC Greenboro 7- 0 25 Washington & Lee 7- 0 28 Pfeiffer 4- 0 3/ 16 Radford 5- 2 18 Richmond 1- 6 19 The Citadel* 6- 1 20 Georgia Southern* 2- 5 25 Charleston Southern 5- 2 25 Belmont Abbey 5- 2 27 Wofford 3- 4 29 Charlotte 2- 5 4- 1 4/ 1 James Madison1 1 College of Charleston1 3- 2 2- 3 2 Wake Forest1 6 at Appalachian State* 2- 5 8 Chattanooga* 5- 2 9 Furman* 3- 4 12 High Point 6- 1 17 at VMI* 6- 1 18 at East Tennessee State* 0- 7 4th 21-23 SoCon Touranment2 1

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at Wake Forest 4/1 Invite, Winston-Salem, N.C. 2at Davidson, N.C. Boldface type denotes home match Asterisk (*) denotes SoCon match

1996 11-9; 3-4 socon 2/ 2 at North Carolina 0- 7 4 Va. Commonwealth NA 10 Virginia 2- 5 17 Queens 7- 0 17 East Carolina 5- 2 25 at South Carolina 0- 6 2- 3 25 vs. James Madison1 3/ 2 at The Citadel* 7- 0 4 at Georgia Southern* 2- 5 6 at Chattanooga* 2- 5 7 at Wofford 5- 2 9 West Virginia 7- 0 13 Swarthmore 7- 0 15 VMI* 7- 0 17 Richmond 5- 2 23 Appalachian State* 2- 5 1- 6 24 at Furman* 28 at Belmont Abbey 7- 0 4/ 2 Elon 6- 1 2 2- 3 6 at Wake Forest * 6 vs. Coll. of Charleston 3- 2 11 at Charlotte 3- 4 15 East Tennessee State* 5- 2 3 19-21 at SoCon Tournament

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at Columbia, S.C. 2at Wake Forest Invite, Winston-Salem, N.C. 3at Greenville, S.C. Asterisk (*) denotes SoCon match 1

1997 14-8; 7-0 socon 1/ 29 2/ 14 15 22 23 3/ 3 4 9 15

at North Carolina East Carolina Virginia UNC Greenboro South Carolina Duquesne1 at Florida Southern Miami (OH) Kentucky

0- 7 0- 7 0- 7 4- 3 0- 7 7- 0 4- 3 3- 4 0- 7

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16 Richmond 320 Winthrop 321 Campbell 523 Chattanooga* 525 Georgia Southern* 727 Wofford 527 Colby 74/ 1 at East Tennessee State* 46 Furman* 49 Charlotte 512 at VMI* 713 at Appalachian State* 617 The Citadel* 618-20 SoCon Touranment1

4 4 2 2 0 2 0 3 3 2 0 1 1

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29 4/ 5 6 8 17 18 19

18-9; 7-2 socon 2/ 7 7 15 15 21 27 3/ 1 2 4 6 9 13 14 15 19 20 21 23 25 26 29 4/ 5 6 8 17 18 19

Queens Belmont Abbey vs. Francis Marion1 at South Carolina N.C. State East Carolina at Chattanooga* at Georgia Southern* at The Citadel* Rice Swarthmore James Madison Virginia Richmond Harvard2 Fresno State2 Tulane2 Appalachian State* UNC Greensboro* at Furman* VMI* at Wofford* East Tennessee State* at Charlotte vs. UNC Greenboro3 vs. Furman3 vs. Chattanooga3

7- 0 7- 0 5- 0 1- 6 4- 3 6- 1 1- 6 5- 2 7- 0 2- 5 6- 1 4- 3 2- 5 5- 2 0- 4 1- 6 3- 4 5- 2 4- 3 0- 7 7- 0 0- 7 4- 3 6- 1 4- 3 4- 2 1- 4

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at University of South Carolina, Columbia, S.C. Blue Gray College Classic , Montgomery, Ala. 3SoCon Tournament; Greenville, S.C. Boldface type denotes home match Asterisk (*) denotes SoCon match

1999 15-9; 7-3 socon 2/ 7 7 15 15 21 27 3/ 1 2 4 6 9 13 14 15 19 20 21 23 25 26

Queens Belmont Abbey vs. Francis Marion1 at South Carolina N.C. State East Carolina at Chattanooga* at Georgia Southern* at The Citadel* Rice Swarthmore James Madison Virginia Richmond Harvard2 Fresno State2 Tulane2 Appalachian State* UNC Greensboro* at Furman*

7- 0 7- 0 5- 0 1- 6 4- 3 6- 1 1- 6 5- 2 7- 0 2- 5 6- 1 4- 3 2- 5 5- 2 0- 4 1- 6 3- 4 5- 2 4- 3 0- 7

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0 7 3 1 3 2 4

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2000 12-11; 5-5 socon 2/ 5 5 19 26 3/ 2 4 8 10 11 13 24 28 4/ 1 4 9 15 16 17 20 25 27 28 29 1

Queens 6- 1 Belmont Abbey 6- 1 James Madison 3- 4 Campbell 2- 5 at North Carolina 2- 5 at South Carolina 0- 7 at The Citadel* 7- 0 at Georgia Southern* 1- 6 at College of Charleston* 6- 1 Richmond 4- 0 Marquette 5- 2 at Charlotte 2- 5 East Tennessee State* 2- 5 VMI* 7- 0 at Furman* 2- 5 at Elon 4- 2 Appalachian State* 7- 0 at Wofford* 6- 0 UNC Greensboro* 3- 4 at Chattanooga* 3- 4 1 4- 0 vs. VMI 4- 2 vs. UNC Greensboro1 1 1- 4 vs. Furman

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2001 12-11; 5-5 socon

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1998

VMI* at Wofford* East Tennessee State* at Charlotte vs. UNC Greenboro3 vs. Furman3 vs. Chattanooga3

2/ 1 3 3 4 11 24 3/ 12 14 17 18 25 27 31 4/ 4 5 7 8 10 12 13 17 19 20 1

at North Carolina 0- 7 Queens 6- 1 Belmont Abbey 6- 1 South Carolina 2- 5 Richmond 3- 4 James Madison 3- 4 Liberty 7- 0 Chattanooga* 1- 6 Denison 6- 1 Furman* 1- 6 Coll. of Charleston* 4- 3 UNC Asheville 7- 0 at VMI* 7- 0 at UNC Greensboro* 1- 6 at Wofford* 6- 1 The Citadel* 5- 2 Georgia Southern* 4- 3 Charlotte 1- 6 at Appalachian State* 2- 5 at East Tennessee State* 1- 6 Elon 4- 3 4- 2 vs. The Citadel1 1 0- 4 vs. UNC Greensboro

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YEAR BY YEAR (SINCE 1988 2002 12-13; 4-6 socon 1/ 31 2/ 2 2 9 10 17 3/ 1 4 4 5 7 11 15 22 24 29 30 4/ 2 4 5 7 12 14 18 19

1/ 31 2/ 1 2 7 7 15 20 28 29 3/ 13 21 26 27 30 4/ 2 3 8 12 16 17 22 23

at North Carolina North Carolina A&T Gardner-Webb Queens Belmont Abbey at #24 South Carolina Richmond at The Citadel* at Coll. of Charleston* James Madison Furman* Chattanooga* South Carolina State Elon* Georgia Southern* Wofford* at Charlotte at East Tenn. State* at UNC Greensboro* at Appalachian State* vs. UNC Greensboro1 vs. East Tenn. State1

2003 10-12; 3-6 socon

1

10

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

SoCon Tournament; Charleston, S.C. Boldface type denotes home match Asterisk (*) denotes SoCon match

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

1/ 28 29 2/ 3 7 11 12 19 25 26 3/ 7 11 12 15 18 26 27 4/ 1 5 9 18 20 21

SoCon Tournament; Charleston, S.C. Boldface type denotes home match Asterisk (*) denotes SoCon match

2007

2005

8-16; 2-7 socon

11-14; 4-6 socon 1/ 22 23 2/ 2 5 5 6 16 23 3/ 8 12 13 16 17 20 23 24 29 4/ 1 2 8 10 13 15 17 21

at #18 North Carolina at #37 N.C. State Belmont Abbey Presbyterian Richmond #16 South Carolina Queens Gardner-Webb Elon* James Madison #63 Army The Citadel* #72 ETSU* at Chattanooga* UNC Greensboro* Charlotte #72 UAB Northern Colorado College of Charleston* Boston College at Wofford* Appalachian State* at Furman* at Georgia Southern* vs. Appalachian State 1

Gardner-Webb 6- 1 W South Carolina State 1- 6 L #25 Presbyterian 4- 3 W Queens 6- 1 W at #12 South Carolina 0- 7 L Belmont Abbey 7- 0 W Lees-McRae 5- 2 W at College of Charleston* 0- 7 L at The Citadel* 1- 6 L James Madison 3- 4 L Georgia Southern* 6- 1 W Richmond 4- 3 W Wofford* 3- 4 W #22 N.C. State 0- 7 L Chattanooga* 1- 6 L UNC Greensboro* 5- 2 W at Charlotte 5- 2 W #69 Furman 0- 7 L at Elon* 1- 6 L at Appalachian State* 3- 4 L vs. Georgia Southern1 4- 0 W vs. Elon1 0- 4 L

1

SoCon Tournament; Charleston, S.C. Boldface type denotes home match Asterisk (*) denotes SoCon match

1

1Charleston, S.C. Boldface type denotes home match Asterisk (*) denotes SoCon match Boldface type denotes home match Asterisk (*) denotes SoCon match

Queens Belmont Abbey #20 South Carolina Gardner-Webb Liberty Richmond American James Madison Chattanooga* Franklin & Marshall Elon M.I.T at Georgia Southern* Appalachian State* East Tennessee State* UNC Greensboro* Charlotte College of Charleston* at Furman* The Citadel* at Wofford* vs. The Citadel1

10-12; 2-7 socon

10-14; 2-8 socon

at #34 North Carolina 0- 7 L Belmont Abbey 5- 2 W Queens 6- 1 W Liberty 4- 3 W at #31 South Carolina 0- 7 L UNC Asheville 4- 3 W at College of Charleston* 1- 6 L at The Citadel* 5- 2 W vs. James Madison1 4- 1 W at Georgia Southern* 1- 6 L at Chattanooga* 1- 6 L Pennsylvania 0- 7 L Memphis 1- 6 L Marquette 6- 1 W Wofford* 6- 1 W East Tennessee State* 1- 6 L UAB 0- 7 L UNC Greensboro* 1- 6 L at Charlotte 1- 6 L Appalachian State* 5- 2 W at Elon 4- 3 W VMI* 6- 1 W at Furman* 0- 7 L vs. Wofford1 4- 1 W vs. East Tennessee State1 0- 4 L

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2006

2004

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

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UNC Wilmington Queens Wingate Gardner-Webb at #39 South Carolina Dartmouth East Carolina Samford James Madison at Chattanooga* at Emory at Georgia Southern* at Wofford* Charlotte Richmond at #57 Furman* Appalachian State* College of Charleston* #42 Elon* The Citadel* at UNC Greensboro* vs. UNC Greensboro 1 vs. Elon 1

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

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YEAR BY YEAR (SINCE 1988) 2010

2008

10-11; 4-6 socon

14-8; 5-4 socon 1/ 19 27 2/ 2 9 10 16 17 23 3/ 1 2 4 20 22 25 27 30 4/ 2 5 6 11 12 18

at #20 N.C. State 0- 7 L USC-Upstate 4- 3 W Longwood 6- 1 W at #58 South Carolina 1- 6 L Gardner-Webb 5- 2 W Presbyterian 7- 0 W Brown 6- 1 W at The Citadel* 4- 3 W at #17 Wake Forest 0- 7 L at College of Charleston* 4- 3 W vs. James Madison 1 6- 1 W Wofford* 3- 4 L Chattanooga* 5- 2 W Coastal Carolina 7- 0 W UNC Greensboro* 6- 1 W Georgia Southern* 5- 2 W at #75 Elon* 1- 6 L S.C. State 6- 1 W at East Carolina 4- 3 W at Appalachian State* 3- 4 L #69 Furman* 2- 5 L vs. Appalachian State 2 3- 4 L

1/ 16 23 23 31 2/ 3 14 20 27 27 3/ 13 24 27 28 29 31 4/ 3 6 10 11 13 18

7-18; 2-8 socon

7-17; 2-8 socon 1

2

2

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

Providence, R.I. 2SoCon Tournament; Elon, N.C. Boldface type denotes home match Asterisk (*) denotes SoCon match 1

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2011

2009 vs. Boston at Brown at Boston College #68 Radford at #51 South Carolina Gardner-Webb USC Upstate Richmond at Samford* at Chattanooga* St. Louis Indiana State at Furman* Illinois at Chicago UNC Greensboro* #66 Elon at Coll. of Charleston* at Georgia Southern* Wofford* at The Citadel* Appalachian State* Charlotte vs. Samford vs. Furman

0- 7 4- 0 4- 1 7- 0 6- 1 3- 4 3- 4 7- 0 7- 0 7- 0 5- 2 4- 3 2- 5 0- 7 7- 0 2- 5 3- 4 3- 4 3- 4 2- 5 1- 6

Boldface type denotes home match Asterisk (*) denotes SoCon match

at Hilton Head, S.C. 2SoCon Tournament; Charleston, S.C. Boldface type denotes home match 1

1/ 23 24 25 2/ 1 7 10 14 27 3/ 1 3 9 12 21 23 28 4/ 1 4 5 8 11 16 17 23 24

at #66 Clemson Presbyterian Richmond South Carolina State Gardner-Webb at #59 Furman* East Carolina Winston-Salem State UNC Asheville Chattanooga* The Citadel* Georgia Southern* College of Charleston* Brown at Wofford* at UNCG* at Elon* Samford* at Charlotte at Winthrop Appalachian State*

1/ 15 15 22 2/ 5 5 11 12 19 19 23 3/ 5 6 12 16 19 22 26 29 4/ 2 3 9 10 14 20 21

at #57 N.C. State vs. UNC Wilmington at No. 53 Clemson Gardner-Webb No. 60 USC-Upstate at No. 73 Harvard at Brown Lees-McRae UNC Asheville at Winthrop at No. 37 Wake Forest Chattanooga* Elon* Charlotte* UNCG* No. 63 Radford Samford* at Wofford* at Appalachian State* Georgia Southern* at The Citadel* at Coll. of Charleston* at Furman* vs. Wofford 2 vs. Coll. of Charleston 2 1

0- 7 1- 4 3- 4 6- 1 5- 0 2- 5 1- 6 6- 1 2- 5 2- 5 1- 6 3- 4 3- 4 5- 2 2- 5 0- 7 3- 4 3- 4 2- 5 4- 3 6- 0 0- 7 3- 4 4- 1 0- 4

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YEAR BY YEAR (SINCE 1988) 2012 7-14; 3-7 socon 1/ 28 29 2/ 3 11 11 18 23 3/ 4 7 8 11 17 18 24 25 28 31 4/ 1 11 15 19 1

Gardner-Webb at South Carolina Wingate Richmond Presbyterian Campbell at Charlotte at Central Florida at Georgia Southern* at South Carolina St. at Elon* at UNCG* The Citadel* Winthrop Appalachian State* Furman* at Samford* at Chattanooga* Wofford* College of Charleston* vs. Chattanooga 1

2- 5 0- 7 7- 0 3- 4 4- 1 4- 3 2- 5 2- 5 5- 2 2- 5 3- 4 2- 5 6- 1 7- 0 2- 5 2- 5 2- 5 4- 3 3- 4 2- 5 3- 4

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2013 12-9; 5-5 socon 1/ 19 2/ 2 2 5 9 9 16 16 20 3/ 2 3 6 8 10 13 17 20 23 26 29 4/ 7 13 23 24

No. 60 Clemson Wingate Presbyterian Gardner-Webb at Temple at Saint Josephn Richmond Brevard College Belmont Abbey at UNC Wilmington at Coastal Carolina Chattanooga* at The Citadel* at Coll. of Charleston* Elon* Binghamton at Appalachian State* Georgia Southern* at Wofford* No. 74 Samford* UNCG at Furman* vs. Wofford vs. Samford 1

1

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

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HALL OF FAME MEMBERS Oliver Roddey, Hall Class of 1989-90 Roddey won more state tennis championships than any other male player in North Carolina. He was a junior champion at age 14 and later ranked No. 1 in the South for men. He played No. 1 at Davidson four years and won the Southern Conference singles and doubles championships in 1950. He's one of the original members of the North Carolina Tennis Hall of Fame. Roddey was undefeated in North Carolina tournaments (1947-52) and the first North Carolinian named to the Junior Davis Cup Team in 1948.

Archibald W. Archer, Hall Class of 1990-91 Archer '47 is legendary for his accomplishments in tennis. As a junior he led the Wildcats to an 8-0 record. He played No. 1 and led Davidson to a 13-4 record as a senior. He's been prominent on the national tennis scene since he graduated, winning a number of championships in his age bracket. One of his most remarkable achievements came in 1974 when Archer defeated Bobby Riggs for the National 60 Clay Court Championship and then teamed with Riggs for the doubles title. He was inducted into the North Carolina Tennis Hall of Fame in 1977. Like many students of his day, Archer was a two-sport athlete and played football.

P. Whitlock Cobb, Hall Class of 1989-90 Cobb, one of Davidson's finest multi-sport athletes, was named Southern Conference Athlete of the Year in 1950 and is a member of the North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame. He was a four-year starter in basketball and captain of the 1950 team. He was a four-year starter in tennis and teamed with Bo Roddey to win the Southern Conference doubles championship in 1950. Cobb also earned four letters in track, giving him a total of 12 varsity letters.

Charles Williams, Hall Class of 2000-01 Mike Williams, considered by his peers as the best athlete at Davidson of his era, was a multi-sport star for the Wildcat, participating in basketball, football and tennis. In basketball, he played four seasons (1944, ’47, ’48, ’49) and was co-captain for two years. In football he played three seasons (1943, ’47, ’48) and was a member of the tennis team two years (1947, ’48). He was named all-state in basketball and was a third team All-Southern Conference selection. His Davidson career was interrupted by a tour of duty with the Army Air Corps from 1944-46. At Davidson, he was a member of the Student Council, junior class president, president of Kappa Sigma and was named to Who’s Who Among American College Students.

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WILDCAT HALL OF FAME MEMBERS Harry Fogleman, Hall Class of 2001-02 Fogleman was Davidson’s tennis coach during one of its most successful eras, posting a record of 175 wins against only 69 defeats in 11 seasons with the Wildcats. His teams won the Southern Conference championship six of seven years from 1965-71 despite not having a single scholarship player. As a head coach at Duke, Cincinnati and Davidson, his overall record was 390 wins against just 133 losses. Fogleman starred as a player at Duke and played professionally after graduating. In 1971, he was honored by the National Tennis Education Foundation as the nation’s “outstanding teacher for making the greatest contribution to tennis in the United States.” He served on five USLTA committees and designed rackets for a sporting goods manufacturer. Fogleman also guided Davidson’s soccer teams from 1962 until 1972, posting a record of 81-33-8. He guided the Wildcats to Southern Conference championships in 1970 and ’71. Fogleman owns the distinction as the only Davidson coach to win two conference championships in the same school year (1970-71).

Jon Pastel, Hall Class of 2008-09 Pastel ‘98 was a two-time Southern Conference Singles Champion and is the only Davidson tennis player to earn All-SoCon honors in all four seasona as a Wildcat. He posted a career record of 108-32, including a 17-4 mark as a senior, on his way to being named SoCon Player of the Year in both the 1996 and 1997 seasons, the only player in school history to win the award and one of three in conference history to earn multiple Player of the Year honors. In 1997, he became the first Wildcat to reach the NCAA Tournament. He achieved a national ranking as high as 30th during his career and earned the Tommy Peters Award in 1998 for his outstanding athletic accomplishments while at Davidson.

Jeff Frank, Hall Class of 2011-12 Frank spent 34 years as the men’s head tennis coach and won more games than any coach in Davidson history in any sport (541-319-1). He was the Southern Conference Coach of the Year five times and compiled 29 winning records in his 34 seasons. He was inducted into the North Carolina Tennis Hall of Fame in 1996. He was given the SoCon Distinguished Service Award in 2006, and only former wrestling coach Charlie Parker (40 years) had a longer coaching tenure at Davidson. Frank took over the tennis program in 1973 and led the ‘Cats to a 23-2 record and a SoCon title. The Wildcats logged 20-win seasons under Frank nine times, including four in a row from 1985-88. He was also the Big South Coach of the Year both seasons Davidson competed in that league. Frank passed away in May of 2009.

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HONORS & AWARDS all-socoN iNd. chaMPs No. 1 Singles Jon Pastel David Weaver Bob Koury George Berner Bill Council Corky Clark Lacy Keesler Bo Roddy

1996 1972 1971 1968 1966 1955 1954 1950

No. 2 Singles Jon Pastel 1995 Bill Young 1987 Sedge Gray 1983 Chip Bondurant 1978 David Weaver1970, ’71 Sam Hatcher 1967 Esmond Phelps 1966 No. 3 Singles Brett Ialacci Russell Briggs Bill Young Jeff Dumansky Bob Koury Sam Hatcher

No. 5 Singles Billy Boykin 1999 Stewart Boswell 1975 Gary Bressler 1972 Charles Hardaway 1969 James Cantrell1968, ’70 George Mueller 1967 Peter Parrott 1966 Richard Hurd 1965 No. 6 Singles Alex Okulski

1997

Nick Petrou John Trout Steve Holman Rick Quinby Jeff Chetwood David Jennings Woody Faulk George Mueller

1997 1993 1986 1971 1970 1966

No. 4 Singles David Jespersen 1994 Bill Young 1985 Maarten Ruys 1973 Jim Cantrell 1971 Jeff Dumansky 1970 Woody Faulk 1968 Peter Parrott 1965, ’67 Richard Hurd 1966 Bill Council 1964

1981 1976 1975 1973 1971 1967 1966 1965

Jeff Frank resocoN chaMPs tired as one of Regular-Season Tourney the most sec1997, 1976 1973, 1971, 1970, cussful coaches in all 1968, 1967, 1966, of Davidson 1965, 1955, 1954 sports. For 34 years he was socoN coach of year the staple of 1975 Jeff Frank the men's ten1983 Jeff Frank nis program 1993 Jeff Frank as he con1997 Jeff Frank cluded with a record of astonishing 541 wins against 319 defeats. Frank socoN ToUrNey MVP had 29 winning seasons, was named the Southern Conference coach of 1996 Jon Pastel the year four different times and nine times the Wildcats posted 20socoN Player of year win seasons during Frank’s tenure, including four straight from 1985-88. 1994 Russell Briggs In addition, Frank led the Wildcats 1996 Jon Pastel to SoCon titles in 1973, ’76 and ’97. 1997 Jon Pastel A ’66 graduate of Davidson, Frank was inducted into the North socoN all-coNf. Carolina tennis Hall of Fame in November of 1996. Singles 1993 Albie Varoski Fogleman was 1994 Russell Briggs Davidson’s tennis 1995 Jon Pastel coach during one 1996 Jon Pastel of its most suc1997 Jon Pastel cessful eras, post1998 Jon Pastel ing a record of 175 2003 Rob Haywood wins against only 2008 Flaviu Simihaian 69 defeats in 11 2008 Scott Myers* seasons with the 2010 Calum Gee* Wildcats (19622011 Joe Schafer ! 72). His teams * – second team No. 6 position won the Southern Conference cham! – second team No. 1 position pionships six of seven years from 1965-71 despite not having a single Doubles scholarship player. As a head coach 1994 Russell Briggs at Duke, Florida, Cincinnati and Ryan Harper Davidson, his overall record was 3901997 Scott Briggs 133. Jon Pastel In 2002, he was inducted into the 1998 Ted Kaplan Davidson Athletics Hall of Fame. Judson Sutherland 1999 2010 2012 1955

Russell Briggs Judson Sutherland

Scott Briggs Judson Sutherland Eric Noble Joe Schafer Chris Mark Kevin Moore !

!– second team No. 1 position

Jon Pastel left Davidson in 1998 as one of its most accomplished athletes in recent history. He twice won Southern Conference singles championships and was named to the all-conference team in each of his four seasons.

All-Freshman Team 2012 Nicky Kunz 2010 Joe Schafer

1973

Sportsmanship Award 2013 Joe Schafer

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ATHLETIC DIRECTOR / PRESIDENT JiM MUrPhy direcTor of aThleTics Jim Murphy was introduced as Davidson College’s Director of Athletics in November of 1995, returning to his alma mater to lead the Wildcats on the eve of their 100th anniversary of intercollegiate athletics and into the next century. Prior to his appointment at Davidson, Murphy, 53, spent 10 years as executive associate athletic director and chief financial officer for the Georgia Tech Athletic Association. Murphy, an Atlanta native, played football and baseball during his freshman year at Davidson. His experience has been invaluable as he guides a program which is unique in its desire for excellence in both athletics and academics and has one of the smallest enrollments among NCAA Division I schools. Reflecting his support of academics, Davidson’s NCAA graduation rate of 91 percent was the highest in Division I in 2001-02, second in 2002-03 with a rate of 97 percent and continues to be above 90 percent each year. “I firmly believe Davidson represents the ideal in college athletics and think the success of Davidson’s students, both in competition and after graduation proves that,” said Murphy. “It’s true that Davidson needs intercollegiate athletics, but intercollegiate athletics need Davidson even more.” Since Murphy’s return to Davidson, the Wildcats have pursued several major capital projects, including the creation of the highly-innovative $10 million Davidson Scholars Program, and major improvements have been completed in Belk Arena and at Smith Field at Richardson Stadium. The last five years have seen the construction of the Belk Artificial Surface Field for field hockey, the new Alumni Stadium for soccer, Wilson Baseball Park and batting cages and the football Murphy and Michele Savage make a presstadium expansion project, which in- entation to Davidson’s all-time leading cluded a state-of-the-art weight room, a scorer for women’s basketball Sophia Aleknew press box and additional permasandravicius, who set seven all-time records during her career. nent seating. Murphy, the 2004 NACDA Division I-AA/I-AAA Southeast Region Athletic Director of the Year, served two terms on the prestigious NCAA Division I Management Council, a policy-making body within the NCAA governance structure. He chaired the Division I-AA Governance Committee and formerly served on the NCAA Division I Business and Finance Cabinet, the Division I Governance Committee and the Division I Finance Committee. From 2002-04, Murphy chaired the Athletic Directors Association of the Southern Conference. He was part of Charlotte’s successful bid to host the NCAA Division I Men’s Soccer Championships in 1999 and 2000 and also served as Tournament Director of the first and second-round games of the 2005 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship in Charlotte. Murphy is a past member of the Division I Football Issues Committee and Past-President of the Football Championship Subdivision Athletic Directors Association. He was also a member of the NCAA Task Force on Recruiting, an 18-member panel charged with changing the culture of recruiting in intercollegiate athletics, and currently serves on the NCAA’s Fiscal Responsibility Oversight Group. A licensed Certified Public Accountant and 1978 graduate of Davidson with a degree in economics, he earned a Master of Science degree in management from Georgia Tech in 1979. He worked from 1979-85 as an audit manager with the international public accounting firm of KPMG Peat Marwick in Atlanta with responsibility for financial statement audits of public and private companies with up to $1 billion in assets. Murphy has been active in the community since his return to Davidson. He is involved with Social Venture Partners - Charlotte, chairs the Board of Managers of the Lake Norman YMCA, the Board of Directors of the Charlotte Regional Sports Commission, served three years on the Board of the Charlotte Council for Children and three years on the Board of Directors of the Town of Davidson Youth Baseball League. Murphy is married to Dr. Susan Roberts, a political science professor at Davidson, and his 24-year-old son, Matt, is a graduate of the University of North Carolina and works in advertising in Chapel Hill, N.C.

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carol QUilleN PresideNT Carol Quillen, who was previously the vice president for international and interdisciplinary initiatives at Rice University, became the 18th president of Davidson College on August 1, 2011. Quillen has had a long and distinguished career at Rice. She joined the faculty as an assistant professor of history in 1990, and she earned promotion to associate professor in 1996. From 2004 to 2008, she served as the first director of Rice's Boniuk Center for the Study and Advancement of Religious Tolerance, leading development of the center's new mission and shaping an agenda that helped distinguish the center from other organizations. From 2006 to 2010, Quillen served as Rice's vice provost for academic affairs, focusing particularly on developing initiatives that cross academic schools, faculty diversity and faculty development, and resource development. During this time, she worked with faculty to develop and secure funding for a new Center for Asian Studies and a new Institute for Urban Research. She co-chaired the president's diversity task force, and instituted mentoring programs for junior faculty. As vice president for international and interdisciplinary initiatives, Quillen was responsible for developing and implementing Rice's overall global strategy, which includes research partnerships, recruiting strategies, curricular revision and international opportunities for students. She also facilitates implementation of university-wide initiatives, including the Institute for Urban Research, Rice 360 (a global health effort), and collaborations with Baylor and other institutions within the Texas Medical Center. James W. Crownover, chair of Rice University's Board of Trustees, said, "It's an honor for Rice that one of ours has been chosen to lead a place as respected as Davidson. She will work hard, and she will succeed there." Quillen grew up in New Castle, Del., a small town where she says "it was second nature to support the community and look out for other people." A Presbyterian, she attended Quaker schools from pre-kindergarten through high school. She earned a B.A. degree in American history from the University of Chicago, graduating Phi Beta Kappa with special and general honors, then received a Ph.D. degree in European history from Princeton. A humanist whose academic interests include early modern European history, European intellectual history and gender studies, Quillen has written two books on Petrarch, as well as a number of scholarly articles, reviews and papers. She has received a number of teaching awards during her tenure at Rice. Quillen's daughter, Caitlin, will be a first-year student at the University of North Carolina next fall. Quillen's husband, Ken Kennedy-a computer pioneer who founded the computer science program at Rice— died of pancreatic cancer in 2007. "His greatest gift to me, and to the Rice community, was in living the life he would have chosen," Quillen said. "That's something I think about in a very profound way every day." At Davidson, Quillen succeeds Tom Ross '72, who announced in August 2010 that he would step down to become president of the University of North Carolina system in January 2011.

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MEDIA INFORMATION coVeriNg The ‘caTs Davidson sports information staff welcomes your coverage of the 2012-13 women’s tennis. If you plan to cover a game at Davidson or visit the campus for stories please contact women’s tennis SID Gavin McFarlin for special requests or information not contained here. Davidson College Sports Information Office is located on the lower level of the Baker Sports Complex at the west end of the basketball court. Sports Information Gavin McFarlin is entering his ninth year in Davidson’s sports information office for the 2013-14 season. He serves as the primary contact for women’s soccer, women's basketball, men’s and women’s tennis and lacrosse, and he has also covered volleyball and men’s cross country/track and field while at Davidson. McFarlin also manages the athletic department's photography needs. Prior to coming to Davidson, he spent two years at University of the Pacific in Stockton, Calif., working in the media relations office as a graduate assistant, 2003-05. He covered the men’s and women’s swimming teams along with the men’s and women’s water polo teams. In addition, he assisted in helping with game-day management, reporting, writing releases, broadcasting and other duties for both men’s and women’s basketball teams, the baseball and softball teams, and both men’s and women’s volleyball teams. While at Pacific, McFarlin received a master’s degree in mass communication in May of 2005. McFarlin has also worked in the Ashland University and North Florida SID offices during his time in the sports information field. A native of Ashland, Ohio, McFarlin attended Ashland University in his hometown, graduating with a degree in sports communication and a minor in electronic media production, radio/television in May of 2002. During his time at AU, he was the sports director for the campus radio station for two years while being one of the Eagles’ main sports play-by-play broadcasters for the station. He also was a three-year sport anchor/broadcaster for the campus television station. Upon graduation, McFarlin spent time time in Jacksonville, Fla., working for Fox Sports Radio. McFarlin resides in Davidson.

sPorTs iNfo. sTaff SID Joey Beeler Office Phone: 704-894-2123 E-Mail: jobeeler@davidson.edu

daVidsoN Media Charlotte Observer Harry Pickett (College Sports Editor) hpickett@charlotteobserver.com P.O. Box 32188, Charlotte, NC 28232 Phone: 704-358-5127 Fax: 704-358-5110 Concord Independent Tribune Steve Winzenread swinzenread@independenttribune.com P.O. Box 608, Concord, NC 28026 Phone: 704-782-3155 Fax: 704-786-0645 The Davidsonian P.O. Box 7182, Davidson, NC 28035 Phone: 704-894-2148 Fax: 704-892-2625

Assistant SID/ M. Tennis Contact: Gavin McFarlin Office Phone: 704-894-2635 E-Mail: gamcfarlin@davidson.edu

Assistant SID: Mark Brumbaugh Office Phone: 704-894-2931 E-Mail: mabrumbaugh@ davidson.edu

Assistant SID: Ashley Bailey Office Phone: 704-894-2931 E-Mail: asbailey@davidson.edu

Player Interviews Except for postgame, interviews with Davidson players must be arranged through the SID Office. Mailing Address Sports Information Davidson College Box 7158 Davidson, NC 28035 Overnight Address Sports Information Davidson College 209 Ridge Road Davidson, NC 28036 Sports Information Fax: 704-894-2636 Web site: www.DavidsonWildcats.com

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2014 Davidson Men's Tennis Record Book