Roster (Alphabetical): Fredrik Bjerke, Joseph Dube, Dylan Fletcher, Matteo Giudici, Julien Hochner, Dalen Klassen, Joe Motta, Trym Nagelstad, Will Reznek, Lorenzo Rossi, Jacob Solly
Marist College Men’s Tennis
2014 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Champions
Overall Record: 15-5 MAAC Record: 7-0
Head Coach: Tim Smith
Graduate Assistant Coach: Jason Sacher
Volunteer Assistant Coach: Ron Lane
MAAC Tournament Most Outstanding Player: Joseph Dube
MAAC Coach of the Year: Tim Smith
All-MAAC First Team Singles: Dalen Klassen, #2; Will Reznek, #3; Joseph Dube, #4; Fredrik Bjerke, #5
All-MAAC First Team Doubles: Lorenzo Rossi/ Will Reznek, #1; Dalen Klassen/ Trym Nagelstad, #2
All-MAAC Second Team Singles: Lorenzo Rossi, #1; Matteo Giudici, #6
All-MAAC Second Team Doubles: Matteo Giudici/ Dylan Fletcher, #3
MAAC All-Academic Team: Fredrik Bjerke, Joseph Dube, Matteo Giudici, Trym Nagelstad, Lorenzo Rossi, Julien Hochner, Jacob Solly
CoSIDA/ Capital One First Team Academic All-District: Joseph Dube
MAAC Championship Recap
The Marist men’s tennis team captured its 11th Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Championship title with a 4-2 win over Monmouth, the Red Foxes sixth championship in the past seven years. Sophomore Fredrik Bjerke clinched the match for Marist with a 6-4, 2-6, 6-3 win over Luke Adamus at fifth singles. Junior Joseph Dube was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player, finishing 3-0.
Marist picked up the doubles point in an exciting fashion, with a tiebreaker in third doubles. Senior Dalen Klassen and sophomore Trym Nagelstad topped Ramy Bekhiet and Freddy Marcinkowski in second doubles, 8-6. Junior Matteo Giudici and Dube sealed the deal with an 8-7 (7-4) victory over Bee Kumthonkittikul and Przemyslaw Filipek.
In singles matches, Reznek got the ball rolling for Marist with a 6-4, 6-2 win over Kumthonkittikul at third singles. Dube picked up the third point for Marist at fourth singles with a 6-4, 6-4 victory over Marcinkowski.
NCAA Tournament RecapThe Marist men's tennis team fell to ninth-seeded Texas in the first round of the NCAA Tournament in Austin, TX. It was the 11th trip to the NCAA Tournament under head coach Tim Smith after they won their 11th Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) championship this season.
Marist finished the season 15-5 overall and a perfect 7-0 in conference play, alongside its 11th MAAC Championship title and fifth straight undefeated season in MAAC play.