Ted Tywang
Ted  Tywang


Nashville, Tenn.

High School:
Montgomery Bell Academy

2007 - Recorded a 9-5 overall record in dual-match singles play, playing primarily in the sixth position ... Posted a personal-high four-match win streak (3/22 - 3/31), winning eight consecutive sets ... Finished 3-1 in BIG EAST play ... Notched an 11-4 record in doubles play, going 5-1 with partner David Tillem and 6-2 with Jeffrey Schnell.

2006 - Played the majority of the season at the second and third singles slots, but played as high as first singles against Mount St. Mary's, winning a 6-1, 6-0 two-set decision ... Carried a 6-12 overall singles record, a 7-12 overall doubles record and a 7-8 mark with partner Etienne Paris ... Won one of two singles victories (6-3, 6-0 at third singles) in the 5-2 loss to Longwood ... Produced wins in both his doubles and singles matches against Connecticut, Villanova, Mount St. Mary's and Howard ... Recorded one of two singles victories against St. John's at the BIG EAST Championship with a 6-2, 7-5 win at the third singles position ... Won an impressive six-straight doubles matches with Paris between March 18-29, defeating three league opponents (Connecticut, Villanova, Rutgers).

2005 - Recorded an overall 3-6 dual-match singles record, standing even (3-3) at the sixth singles position ... Won three singles matches including a win over BIG EAST Conference opponent Villanova ... Recorded one doubles win with partner Etienne Paris at the third doubles position against Delaware ... Named an Intercollegiate Tennis Association Scholar-Athlete ... Named a BIG EAST Conference Scholar-Athlete.

High School - A five-year letterwinner in tennis at the Montgomery Bell Academy ... Played at the top singles and doubles positions his senior year ... Captained the 2003 and 2004 squads ... Named the 2004 MVP ... All-Region from 2001-04 ... Undefeated in the 2003 Tennessee High School State Tournament where his team took first place ... Went undefeated in the 2004 Tennessee State High School Tournament ... A National Merit finalist and editor of the school paper ... Three-time class treasurer.

Personal - Born Theodore J. Tywang on November 27, 1985 in Miami, Florida ... Son of Rene Tywang and Alice Newgarden ... Majoring in government.

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