Come and cheer us on at the conference tournament this weekend!!!FDU MENS TENNIS

Name Positon Height Year Hometown
Keiichiro Adachi P 5-5 Senior Tokyo, Japan
Diego Benavent P 5-8 Freshman Segovia, Spain
Markus Bolinder P 6-1 Freshman Stockholm, Sweden
Andrew Denny P 5-11 Freshman Bingley, England
Matt Gordon P 6-2 Sophomore London, England
Dominic Hemy P 6-2 Freshman Suffolk, England
Marco Jemersic P 6-1 Freshman Zagreb, Croatia
Alex Jorne P 6-0 Sophomore Rochester, NY
Stephan Muller P 6-6 Freshman Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Daniel Quesada P 6-0 Sophomore Tres Rios, Costa Rica

The two-time defending Northeast Conference Champion Fairleigh Dickinson University men’s tennis team enters the 2008-09 season in search of a third-straight title and fourth-consecutive championship match appearance. Having not lost a league match since the fall of 2006 (11-straight victories), Leading the charge for a conference-best 11th trophy is sophomore and team captain Matt Gordon. The reigning NEC Rookie of the Year steamrolled to an unblemished record against league foes(5-0), and a 24-10 singles record. Marco Jemersic arrives on the Metropolitan Campus with a No. 32 ranking in the Croatian boys 18’s singles. The freshman will likely fill Gordon’s void in the No. 2 flight. Freshmen Markus Bolinder and Andrew Denny will compete for the third and fourth singles openings. Bolinder enters the season as the 380th ranked player in Sweden’s national men’s rankings. He peaked in the junior rankings at No. 37. Rookie Dominic Hemy and sophomore Alex Jorne round out the Knights’ projected starting line-up. Hemy has finished 12th and ninth the past two years in the English National Championships. Jorne – who did not see action during the spring season – made his collegiate debut in2007-08, winning his first four matches. Senior Keiichiro Adachi and sophomore Daniel Quesada all return for the 2008-09 campaign. Freshmen Diego Benavent and Stephan Muller provide stiff competition for the established talents. All six will fight their way fortime in dual matches. Adachi made his debut last spring, posting a 4-2 singles mark, winning his lone league appearance. He played as high as No. 3 singles, and won three-straight matches at one point. Benavent has been playing competitively for over ten years and reached a ranking ofNo. 241 in Spain. Quesada went 5-1 in singles action as a rookie. Muller moved from the United States at age 14 and has since been a two-time team MVP for Dubai American Academy. He comes to the Knights as the top ranked player in the18’s division of the United Arab Emirates. With a 10-man roster capable of playing with the region’s finest student-athletes, Miller and his squad anticipate clinching a third-consecutive berth in the NCAA Championships during the 2008-09 season. It’s just a matter of taking care of business each day in search of the national spotlight come May.

Schedule and results: Men's Tennis - Schedule & Results -—Official Web Site of Fairleigh Dickinson Athletics

Looking to the future: The Knights go into the Conference tournament seeded first, currently 6-6 in matches (3-0 in conference play) The event takes place the weekend April 17th at Princeton, NJ. 

FDU knights Mens tennis team

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