LORNE TEETER - HEAD COACH

 

MEN'S TENNIS OFFICE
Office Location:
Recreation Center
Office Phone: (401) 456-4616
Office Fax: (401) 456-8514
Office E-mail: lteeter@ric.edu

Lorne Teeter enters his eighth season as the head men's tennis coach at Rhode Island College.

 

In 2016, Teeter guided the Anchormen to three victories and a sixth place mark in the Little East Conference, falling in the opening round of the LEC tournament to the No. 3 seed UMass Boston on May 4.

 

In 2015, Teeter guided the Anchormen to four victories and a fifth place mark in the Little East Conference, where RIC reached the semifinals of the Little East Conference Tournament. 

 

 In his second year guiding the program in 2010-11, the Anchormen posted a 10-6 overall record, marking the program's first winning season since 2007. The Anchormen were 4-2 (third place) in the Little East Conference. The 10 wins for the club was the most for the program since 1993.

 

 

 

He led RIC to a 6-9 overall record and a 3-3 (fourth place) mark in the Little East Conference in 2010, a dramatic improvement from 2009's 2-13 performance. Teeter also placed three Anchormen on the LEC's All-Conference teams.

 

The Warwick, R.I. native closed out his RIC career in 2008 with a 24-33 (.421) singles record and a 26-21 (.553) doubles mark for 37.0 career points. He is tied for seventh all-time in program history in doubles victories, is tied for 12th in points and is 16th in singles wins.

 

 

As a senior in 2008, he was 3-12 (.200) at No. 1 singles and 9-5 (.643) at No. 3 doubles for a total of 7.5 points.

 

As a junior in 2007, Teeter was 7-8 (.467) at No. 4 singles and 9-7 (.563) at No. 2 doubles for 11.5 points on the season. He teamed with Barry Manfredi to win the consolation finals at No. 2 doubles at the Little East Championships. Teeter was tied for the team lead in doubles wins and ranked third in both singles victories and points.

 

 

As a sophomore in 2006, he was 5-11 (.313) at No. 4 singles and 8-9 (.471) at No. 2 doubles for 9.0 points on the season. Teeter was tied for second on the team in doubles wins, was third in points and was tied for third in singles victories.

 

As a freshman in 2005, Teeter was 9-2 (.818) at No. 6 singles for 9.0 points on the season. He was named the LECís Rookie of the Week once on the season. Teeter was fourth on the team in points.

 

He earned a bachelorís degree in secondary education with a concentration in history from Rhode Island College in 2009. In addition to his coaching duties, Teeter is a substitute teacher and also serves as the Assistant Tennis Director at Bailey's Beach Club in Newport.

 

Teeter is single and resides in Providence.