FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

 

 

August 21, 2013

 

 

 

2013 Rhode Island College
Menís Tennis Season Summary

(2-12 Overall; 1-5 in the Little East)

 

Providence, R.I.-Head Coach Lorne Teeterís (Career record: 19-41, .317) team finished the 2012-13 season with a 2-12 overall record and a 1-5 (sixth place) mark in the Little East Conference.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Junior Matt Collins (Rumford, RI) led the team in singles victories after finishing the season with a 4-9 (.308) mark at No. 5 singles. He also posted a 2-12 (.143) doubles record for 5.0 points on the year.

 

 

 

Junior Ted James (West Greenwich, RI) was tied for second on the team in singles victories after closing out the campaign with a 3-10 (.231) mark at No. 4 singles. He also finished with a 2-11 (.154) doubles record for 4.0 points on the year.

 

 

 

Junior Alex Werchadlo (Woonsocket, RI) was named Second Team All-Little East at No. 1 doubles and was the named the teamís MVP. He finished the season tied for second on the team in singles victories after going 3-11 (.214) at No. 1 singles with a 2-4 mark in Little East Conference play. Werchadlo was also tied for the team lead in doubles victories as he posted a 6-8 (.429) record at No. 1 doubles, which included a 4-2 mark in LEC action, to finish the season with a team-high 6.0 points.

 

 

 

Sophomore Michael McCaffrey (Cumberland, RI) went 1-13 (.071) at No. 3 singles and 2-12 (.143) at No. 2 doubles for 2.0 points.

 

 

 

Freshman Cory Duquette (Warwick, RI) went 1-8 (.111) at No. 6 singles and 2-10 (.167) at No. 3 doubles for 2.0 points on the year.

 

 

 

Freshman Cory Norberg (Pawtucket, RI) went 0-3 (.000) at No. 6 singles and 0-1 (.000) at No. 3 doubles.

 

 

 

Freshman Benjamin Proctor (Cumberland, RI) was named Second Team All-Little East at No. 1 doubles. He went 1-11 (.083) at No. 2 singles on the year and also finished in a tie for the team lead in doubles victories after going 6-8 (.429) at No. 1 doubles, which included a 4-2 mark in Little East Conference play, for a total of 4.0 points on the year.