Coach Klein says: "Ted has improved vastly over the last year. He still has the big serve and the big forehand, but he is so much better at returning serves and volleying. And he is still nowhere near his maximum potential."
Spring 2005: Named Second Team All-Conference USA. Played at No. 3 and No. 4 singles for much of the year, registering a 15-5 mark. In doubles action, was 19-7 with Jacobo Hernandez to lead the team. Won a pair of singles matches to help the Green Wave to the C-USA Championship for the third year in a row. Paired with Hernandez for three doubles victories in the C-USA Tournament to earn Doubles Team of the Championship honors. Posted 10 dual-match singles wins against ranked teams.
Fall 2004: Entered the fall with the No. 109 ranking in the nation. Played five singles and five doubles matches during the fall season. Was 2-3 in singles, including a loss to the No. 1 player in the nation (Kentucky's Jesse Witten). Teamed with Jacobo Hernandez to go 3-2 in doubles play, including 1-1 vs. ranked foes.
Spring 2004: One of four newcomers to earn a slot in the Green Wave lineup as he recorded a 7-5 mark at No. 3 singles and went 9-7 overall. Won a pair of matches in the C-USA Championship while his third match did not finish. Both of his matches in the NCAAs did not finish. Three of his losses came to ranked opponents. Tallied a 7-6 mark in doubles play with five different partners. Did not play doubles in the C-USA Tournament, but was 1-1 in NCAA Tournament doubles action.
Prep: A transfer student from CMA University in Athens, Greece, which did not have a tennis program, thus preserving his freshman status. Garnered a top 1000 ATP ranking in singles and doubles. Was a top junior player in Greece even while battling injuries. Spent time training at a high-level tennis academy in Valencia, Spain.
Personal: Born May 29, 1984 in Athens, Greece. The son of Stratos and Eleni Angelinos. Majoring in business at Tulane.