Navy's honorees included the league's player and scholar-athlete of the year
Pecor also named to all-academic team
Third Mid to earn POY honor
Recorded match-clinching point in both matches last week
Navy finishes the Patriot League Regular Season at 5-0.
Men's Tennis vs. Army, April 23, 2013
Men's Tennis vs. Bucknell, April 17, 2016 Photos by Phil Hoffmann
Men's tennis vs. Morgan State. March 5, 2016
Men's tennis vs. East Carolina Jan. 31, 2015 Photos by Phil Hoffmann
Men's tennis vs. Army, April 5, 2014. Photos by Phil Hoffmann.
2014-15 –– Tallied overall records of 13-14 in singles and 14-10 in doubles ... those marks included records of 10-10 in singles and 10-9 in doubles during the spring season ... played at the Nos. 2-3-4 flight in singles ... included among his spring losses were defeats to opponents from Old Dominion, No. 55 UNC Wilmington, the College of Charleston, No. 53 San Francisco, Fresno State, Arizona, Saint Mary’s and Pacific ... notched wins against players from Richmond, East Carolina and James Madison ... played each of his final nine doubles matches and 13 of his 22 matches during the spring at No. 1 doubles ... this span included the Patriot League Tournament and the NCAA Tournament ... his last eight matches were played alongside Austin Jones.
2013-14 –– Posted an 18-15 record in singles on the year ... this included a 13-10 record during the spring dual match season ... played at the Nos. 1-4 flights in the lineup ... this included a 4-3 record at No. 1 and a mark of 7-4 at No. 3 ... also put together a 3-3 record against league opponents ... compiled a 19-11 record in doubles for the 2013-14 campaign ... was 12-7 in dual matches and 4-2 in league matches ... played all but one of his spring matches at the No. 1 flight, where he was 11-7 for the season ... teamed with Austin Jones for an 11-7 record during the spring, with each of those matches being contested at the No. 1 flight ... the Jones-Pecor team also won the No. 1 flight at the Navy Invitational during the fall.
High School –– Graduated from Memorial High School ... previously attended Chaparral High School (Scottsdale, Ariz.) ... competed on the tennis team throughout his high school career ... at Chaparral, was a member of a team that won its district, regional and state (Ariz.) titles ... as a junior and senior at Memorial, helped the team win district and regional titles while placing second in the state (Texas) ... individually as a senior, advanced to the state final in doubles after having previously won district and regional crowns ... was a member of the National Honor Society and the National Science Honor Society ... was ranked as high as No. 68 on tennisrecruiting.net and was No. 3 in the Texas section.
Personal –– Systems engineering major ... father played tennis at Texas A&M and brother played tennis at Notre Dame.