First-year head coaches Evan Austin and Ryan Stotland recognized each team's accomplishments at the end of the year banquet.
Fresno State will be the No. 5 seed in next week's Mountain West Championship.
Junior Jeremy Quiroz picked up the lone point for Fresno State.
Fresno State has one home match remaining a week from Sunday.
The Bulldogs are now 2-1 in Mountain West play.
Last updated on June 12, 2014
2013-14 (Senior): Competed in 21 dual matches for the Bulldogs in his final season ... in singles posted a 8-11 record in dual matches and 13-3 record in tournament play for a 21-14 overall record ... played in the top half of the lineup all season ... in doubles recorded an 10-17 overall record with a 4-12 record in dual matches, 6-5 record in tournament play ... dual season was highlighted by three straight conference wins over Air Force, UNLV and Utah State at the No. 3 slate.
2012-13 (Junior): Competed in all 24 dual matches in his first season as a Bulldog... Joined Fresno State in August 2012... went 11-23 overall and 8-15 in dual matches... contributed to the 'Dogs upset win over No. 60 Georgia Tech as he defeated Garrett Gordan 4-6, 7-6(5), 6-1 at No. 5... spent most of the season at No. 5 recording five wins... led the team in doubles with a 14-17 overall and 8-12 dual match record... paired with Reid deLaubenfels for a 5-7 record at No. 1... awarded Most Doubles Wins with deLaubenfels at end of the year banquet.
Prior to Fresno State: Played at Division II's Brevard College for two years... Named the 2012 South Atlantic Conference (SAC) Player of the Year after going a combined 17-1 in singles and doubles play in conference matches...Earned All-Conference First Team Doubles honors with teammate Beau Wills in 2012... In 2011 named the SAC Freshman of the Year after going undefeated in conference singles play (9-0)...
Personal: Born April 12, 1992 in Dunfermline, Scotland... parents are Michelle and James MacNeil... has one sister, Sophie... hobbies include cooking... favorite athlete is Novak Djokovic because his 2011 season was incredible... biggest athletic thrill is making a first volley... most admires his parents... chose Fresno State because of the coach, location, and for competitive D-1 tennis.
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