Head Coach Gordie Ernst honors Distaso, Tropiano and Caris with top awards.
In a reversal from the regular season match GU fell to ninth-seeded St. John's 4-1.
Hoyas fall to fourth-seeded Marquette 4-0 in the quarterfinals of the BIG EAST.
Hoyas went undefeated against league foes during the regular season, defeating Villanova, UConn and St. John's.
The Hoyas defeated George Mason 6-1 at home in men's tennis.
2013-2014: In the fall season of his junior year, Tropiano went 2-8 in singles matches and 6-3 in doubles play...His two fall singles wins came against Christopher Newport's Arttu Fiva, 6-1; 6-0, at the Georgetown Classic and against UMBC's Biyik Akinshemoyin, 6-3; 7-6(6), at the ITA Regionals in Blackburg, Va...Won three fall doubles matches with Daniel Khanin; they defeated a pair from Yale, 8-3, at the Farnsworth Invitational and two matches at the Georgetown Classic against a duo from Christopher Newport, 8-1, and Johns Hopkins, 8-3, in the quarterfinals...Also won two doubles matches at the Margaux Powers Memorial Tournament with Jack Murphy against a pair from Dartmouth, 8-5, and against Middlebury, 8-1, with Casey Distaso...Won his sixth fall doubles match with Distaso at the ITA Regionals against a duo from Richmond, 8-5.
2012-2013: During his sophomore season, Tropiano went 15-9 in fall and spring singles play and 14-14 in overall doubles play...Three of his singles wins came in the fall while 12 came in the spring...Had two streaks of five wins during the spring session...Went 14-13 in doubles play with 11 of those coming while being paired with Shane Korber, two wins came with Daniel Khanin and one with Reese Milner...Went 11-7 while being paired with Korber.
2011-2012: Tropiano went 9-3 in singles play for the fall and spring seasons during his freshman year, at once winning six matches in a row...Won three of his nine matches in the spring with only one loss...Tropiano finished doubles play with a 15-8 mark with one win coming while being paired with Andrew Bruhn, one with Shane Korber, three with Casey Distaso and ten wins with Andrew Dottino.
Before GU: A four-year letterwinner at Cold Spring Harbor High in New York...Captained the tennis team for his junior and senior seasons...Awarded All-State his junior year...LI Champions all four year of high school (2008-2011).