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 Matt Wagner
Matt  Wagner

Los Angeles, Calif.

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Men's Tennis Honored with ITA Academic Awards

Wagner, Melvin named ITA Scholar-Athletes


Men's Tennis Falls to North Carolina, 4-0

Wagner, Nelson, Canny wrap up their collegiate careers on Thursday


Men's Tennis Falls to Wake Forest, 7-0

Wagner put up a respectable fight, but Wake Forest would be too much for the Eagles


Men's Tennis Falls to Miami, 6-1

Eagles fought hard, but fell to a tough team on the road


Men's Tennis Splits Friday's Doubleheader

Boston College wins big against SNHU, but falls to Georgia Tech

AS A SENIOR (2014-15)
Made seven appearances in dual match singles competitions, went 2-4 (0-4 ACC)..played primarily on court No. 6..earned doubles victories against Hartford University (2/7) and Southern New Hampshire (3/20)..went 6-13 (3-6 ACC) in dual match doubles competitions, earning ACC victories against Georgia Tech (3/20), Miami (3/29), and Clemson (4/12).

AS A JUNIOR (2013-14)
Spring: Competed primarily at the No. 5 and 6 spots in singles and No. 1 and 2 spots in doubles...beat Andrew Dottion of Georgetown (6-3, 6-1) at a dual-match (1/24)...tallied 6-0, 6-1 to win in singles at a dual-match (2/1)...captured three dual-match wins in doubles against Hartford (2/1), Southern NH (2/1), and Monmouth (2/8)...tallied 8-1 to win in doubles (with Kyle Childree) against San Diego Mesa College (3/3)...competed at the No. 1 doubles spot with Phillip Nelson to win 8-4 against Sacred Heart University (3/15)...beat North Carolina Central University (8-3) in doubles...earned ACC doubles wins against Florida State (4/1)...tallied 7-5, 6-2 to win in singles at a dual match (4/5)...earned the Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement.
Fall: Posted two doubles match wins (with Jonathan Raude) to reach Quarterfinals and posted singles match win (1-6, 6-2, 10-5) at the USTA BJK NTC Men's College Invitational (9/20-21)...tallied victories in doubles (9-8) and singles (6-3, 4-6, 1-0) at the Army Shootout (10/6)...recipient of the Athletic Director's Award for Academic Achievement.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2012-13)
Spring: Recorded an 8-12 record in dual-match singles competition and an 8-11 mark in doubles action ... played on court Nos. 4-6 in singles and primarily on court No. 2 in doubles ... captured first career ACC singles win in the No. 6 spot at Florida State (4/5) ... took a doubles victory with Billy Grokenberger at Miami (4/7) ... won on doubles court No. 2, 8-4, with Jonathan Raude vs. Clemson (3/24) ... went 2-1 in both singles and doubles over spring break in matches against UC Santa Barbara (3/8), Westmont College (3/7), and UC Davis (3/4) ... earned a singles victory on court No. 4 against Hartford (2/23) ... finished 3-2 overall at the Harvard Invitational (1/18-20) ... earned the Athletics Director's Award for Academic Achievement.
Fall: Went 7-12 overall with a 4-5 mark in singles and a 3-7 record in doubles ... picked up a win in singles play at the Seahawk Invitational ... earned two victories in singles play at the Brown Invitational (10/5-6) ... won one match in singles play and earned three victories in doubles action (with Kyle Childree) at the Princeton Invitational (9/14-16).

AS A FRESHMAN (2011-12)
Spring: Compiled a 2-5 singles record and a 7-12 doubles record, playing mainly in the No. 3 position with classmate Philip Nelson ... tallied three ACC doubles victories, including wins over No. 39 NC State's Austin Powell and Dominic Hodgson (4/6) and No. 45 Virginia Tech's Trpimir Kujundzic and Mauricio Antun (2/12) ... recorded singles wins against Hartford's Alex Holdstein (2/12), 6-1, 6-0, and Bryant's Juan Gonzalez-Paz (1/20), 7-6, 6-1, on the No. 5 court ... recipient of the Athletics Director's Award for Academic Achievement ... named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
Fall: Fell in the quarterfinals of the USTA Billie Jean King NTC Men's College Invitational (9/23-25), earning two victories at the event ... went 1-1 at the Crimson Tide Invitational (10/28-10/30) ... also went 1-1 in doubles play with partner sophomore Michael McGinnis at the same event.

Four-year player at Harvard-Westlake School ... named to the first team all-league all four years of high school career ... senior captain ... led team to a 19-4 record in final season, losing in the finals ... an AP scholar student with honors ... named to honor roll all four years ... also played freshman football

Born to Willis and Diane Wagner ... has three older siblings, Daniel, Sam and Alison ... brother Sam and sister Alison both graduated from the Carroll School of Management ... Sam played four years of tennis at the Heights and Alison played two ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences ... would like to practice medicine after college.


Dual Singles

Dual Conf. Singles

Dual Doubles

Dual Conf. Doubles


Vs. Ranked Opponents






7-12 (4-4 Singles; 3-8 Doubles)







11-15 (5-6 Singles; 6-9 Doubles)







18-27 (9-10 Singles; 9-17 Doubles)


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