Marc Powers
Marc Powers
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Stamford, Conn.
High School: Greens Farms Academy

2011-12 Season (Junior): ITA Scholar-Athlete ... Posted a 9-4 singles record in the fall … Reached the singles final of the USTA/ITA Regional Championship … Went 9-3 in doubles in the fall … Also reached the doubles final of the USTA/ITA Regional Championship … Highlight of fall season was winning the “A” doubles draw of the Princeton Farnsworth Invitational alongside classmate Daniel Hoffman … Went 9-11 in singles in the spring playing mostly at the No. 1 position … Highest national singles ranking was No. 62 … Posted a 17-5 record in doubles in the spring at the No. 1 position partnering Hoffman … Went 5-2 in Ivy League doubles play along with Hoffman, which was tied for the best record among Ivy League No. 1 doubles teams … Unanimously named First Team All-Ivy in doubles.

 

2010-11 Season (Sophomore): Finished the fall with an 11-3 singles record and 8-2 doubles record … Highlight of the fall in singles was reaching the finals at the Farnsworth/Princeton Invitational in September … Won the finals in doubles at the USTA Billy Jean King National Tennis Center Men’s College Invitational with Daniel Hoffman in the fall... Played No. 1 singles and No. 1 doubles in spring... Named First Team All-Ivy in Singles... Named First Team All-Ivy in Doubles...

 

2009-10 Season (Freshman): Ivy League Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year, first player ever to win both awards in the same season … Northeast Regional ITA Rookie of the Year … Unanimous first team All-Ivy League in singles … Finished with a 29-9 singles record, 11-5 in the fall  and 18-4 in the spring … Reached the finals of the 2009 Wilson/ITA DI Northeast Regional Championships in the fall … Competed in singles at the ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships at Yale’s Cullman-Heyman Tennis Center in the fall, losing in the first round … Highlight of the spring was defeating No. 57 Ivan Salec from Radford University at a dual match … Went 19-11 in doubles, 6-2 in the fall and 13-9 in the spring.

 

Before Yale: Finished his junior career ranked among the top 20 in the nation....  Had been ranked No. 1 in New England in his age group for seven straight years … In November 2008 won both singles and doubles at the National Open in Albany, N.Y. …  In December 2008, teamed up with John Huang and took the doubles title at the USTA Winter Super Nationals in Phoenix … First gold ball for each player … Won the Colonel Bernard Gorfinkle Award in Feb. 2009, given by the USTA New England Division for outstanding sportsmanship.

 

Singles:

 #1#2#3#4#5#6Dual Match TotalIVYOverall
2011-128-70-41-0   9-112-518-15
2010-116-103-0    9-104-320-13
2009-1018-5
  


18-57-0
29-10
Total32-22
3-4
1-0

 
36-26
13-8
67-38

 

Doubles:

 #1#2#3Dual Match TotalIVYOverall
2011-1217-5  17-52-518-15
2010-1114-8  14-85-222-10
2009-103-0
10-9
13-94-3
19-11
Total34-1310-9
44-22
14-7
67-29