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Kyle MacLelland


Kimberton, Pa.

High School:
Phoenixville Area

Government & Law

Kyle  MacLelland

2010-11: Opened the fall season with wins at No. 4 singles and No. 2 doubles against Rider on Sept. 15...Advanced to the main doubles finals (Flight 2) at the Saint Joseph's Fall Invitational...Earned a win at No. 4 singles against Monmouth at the Lehigh Fall Invitational...Won at No. 4 singles against Fordham at the Lehigh Fall Championships...Notched wins at No. 2 singles and No. 1 doubles against Wagner on Oct. 19...Won at No. 1 doubles in the sweep of Wagner on March 5...Won at No. 5 singles in the sweep of Holy Cross on March 26...Earned a win at No. 6 singles against Navy on April 2.

2009-10: Completed the season with a 4-4 singles record and a 3-7 doubles record...posted two wins at No. 6 singles against Rider and Fairfield...recorded an 8-3 win at No. 3 doubles against Holy Cross...took two more double wins against Fordham and LaSalle...earned wins against Wagner and LaSalle.

2008-09: Finished season with a 7-10 singles record and an 8-14 doubles record...opened season with win over Rider...rebounded from five-match losing slump with a win over Wagner and victory in conference opener at Lehigh...went 3-3 in conference play with wins over Lehigh, Holy Cross and Bucknell...secured three-match win streak in doubles play over opponents Rider, St. Peter's and Fordham with partner Doug Gallagher...earned doubles wins against Lehigh and Holy Cross...finished year with loss to Army in Patriot League Tournament.

2007-08: Went 1-2 at the Northeast Invite in first collegiate singles competition...continued success in tournament play at ECAC Open (1-1)...won three-straight matches with two wins at No. 6 and one at No. 5 against St. Francis (N.Y.)...concluded the season with wins at Coppin State (No. 6) and against Wagner (No. 4)...finished the year 4-2 with Matt McGranaghan at No. 2 doubles...competed in the Patriot League Tournament at No. 3 doubles with McGranaghan and earned an 8-3 decision over Colgate.