Ian Van Cott
Green Wave recorded 15 total wins at the final tournament of the fall season
Green Wave also has success on first day of UTSA Futures Tournament
Green Wave nab four singles wins and a pair of doubles victories in final tournament of the fall
Green Wave also win three singles matches on second day of regional
Third-seeded Green Wave falls to No. 6 seed Rice, 4-3, in quarterfinal round
Went 3-5 in singles and 11-3 in doubles...Teamed with Joe Young in doubles for all 11 victories...Opened the spring with four straight wins in doubles and won nine of the first 10 outings...Closed out the season with a pair of wins, both over Rice, including once in the Conference USA Tournament.
Posted a 7-5 singles record and went 5-3 in doubles...Won four of his last five singles matches...Opened his collegiate career with back-to-back singles wins...Claimed the consolation championship of the Ray Perkins Draw of the Crimson Tide Championships with partner Takuma Ohashi...Posted a pair of doubles wins with his brother Alex Van Cott.
Ranked top 5 in New York State throughout his junior career...Reached the round of 64 at Kalamazoo 18's National Championships singles...Advanced to the semifinals of the Easter Bowl in doubles with brother Alex...Won numerous section and national doubles championships with brother Alex...Graduated from Laurel Springs High School.
Born Ian Douglas Van Cott on April 14, 1994... Son of Susan and Craig Van Cott...Has three siblings, including twin brother Alex, also a member of the Green Wave tennis...Also has a brother, Leif (33) and a sister, Zoe (36)...Intends to be a history major.
Singles Doubles 2012 Fall 7-5 5-3 2013 Spring 3-5 11-3 TOTAL 10-10 16-6