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.
Fresno State faces UNLV at noon to round out play before heading into the Mountain West Championships next week.
Junior Jeremy Quiroz picked up the lone point for Fresno State.
Fresno State hosts Boise State at noon on Sunday in the last match of the year at Wathen.
Last updated on May 12, 2013
2012-13 (Sophomore): Named to the All-Mountain West Singles Team... Competed in all 24 dual matches... compiled a 16-18 overall record and went 9-14 in dual matches mainly at the top two spots... led the team in overall wins... defeated Georgia Tech's #32 Juan Spir in the 'Dogs upset win over the Yellow Jackets at the ITA-Kickoff Weekend in Los Angeles... recorded a 13-19 overall record in doubles... teamed with Sam MacNeil at the top spot and went 12-13 overall and 5-7 in dual matches... awarded Most Doubles Wins with MacNeil at end of the year banquet.
2011-12 (Freshman): Competed in 22 dual matches... contributed to the Bulldogs' advancement in ITA team rankings to No. 14, second consecutive WAC Championship title and NCAA Tournament appearance... went 14-16 overall and 11-12 on the season in singles at primarily the No. 6 spot... contributed to the upset of No. 9 Stanford by beating Jamin Ball, 7-5, 3-6, 6-3 at No. 6, clinched the win over No. 55 UCSB by beating Max Glenn (UCSB), 6-4, 6-2... went 10-12 overall and 9-11 on the season in doubles at the No. 3 spot.
Prior to Fresno State: Attended Nathan Hale High School... played varsity tennis all four years.
Personal: Born June 29, 1993 in Seattle, Wash. ... parents are Blair and Bob deLaubenfels... hobbies include watching ESPN, playing ultimate Frisbee and basketball... participated in mock trial in high school and won best attorney for his district... favorite athlete is Milos Raunic because his style of play is very similar to his own... also recruited by Washington and Boise State... chose Fresno State because of the incredible team chemistry and coaching staff.
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