The Regis mens team were back to back champions of the NECC in 2013 and 2014, beating Mitchell in the finals in 2013 and Newbury College in 2014. The team was undefeated in conference play for the second consecutive year.
Post Season Highlights
2014 -- Junior Mike Beluch was the NECC Player of the Year for the third year in a row. Freshman Jeremy Morgenbesser (Bayport, N.Y.) was honored as the NECC Rookie of the Year and joined Beluch on the First Team All-Conference Singles squad. Rookie Jarid Polley (Reading, Mass.) was also a First Team Singles selection, while he and Beluch earned a First Team All-Conference Doubles nod. Nick Hildreth (Harvard, Mass.) rounded out the All-NECC Selections with a place on the Honorable Mention Singles Team.
Mike Beluch was named NECC tournament MVP, while Jeremy Morgenbesser was also named to the NECC All Tournament singles team. Beluch and freshman Jarid Polley were named to the All Tournament Doubles Team as were freshman Nate Cohen and Morgenbesser.
2014 -- Mike Beluch, NECC Player of the Year, Jeremy Morgenbesser, NECC Rookie of the Year.
2013-2014 -- ITA Team Academic All American, ITA Scholar-Athletes -- Mike Beluch, John Corraccio, Nick Hildreth and Jeff Parrish.
2013 -- Mike Beluch -- NECC Conf. Player of the Year. Andy White -- 1st team All conf singles, Mike Beluch and Jeff Parrish -- 1st team All Conf Doubles.
2011-2012 ITA Scholar-Athletes -- Mouhamed Diallo and Matt Smolko.
2011-2012 ITA All American Academic Team Award -- Regis Mens Tennis
2012 -- Mike Beluch, Rookie of the Week three times. Selected NECC Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year.
2012 -- Andy White selected to all conference team at singles and doubles.
2012 -- Jeff Parrish awarded Honoralble Mention at singles.
2012 -- NECC Scholar-Athletes, Mike Beluch, Jeff Parrish, Matt Smolko
2011 -- ITA Scholar Athletes, Mouhamed Diallo, Jeffrie Parrish
2011 -- Three of Regis' six players received awards as Commonwealth Coast Conference Scholar-Athletes.
2011 -- Mouhamed Diallo and Jeffrie Parrish earned the ITA Academic All American Award.
2011 Fall -- Michael Beluch, 9/19, Regis College Athlete of the Week
JOHN CIARLEGLIO, III, USPTA CERTIFIED
HEAD COACH MENS & WOMENS TENNIS
John Ciarleglio, III, USPTA, PTR, was selected NECC Coach of the Year for 2013, with both his Regis mens and womens teams winning the NECC championships.
Ciarleglio was named USPTA New England College Coach of the Year for 2012.
Appointed as the first Mens Tennis Coach in May of 2008 and in May 2010 became the Head Coach of both the Regis mens and womens tennis programs. He established a two-season mens intercollegiate program at Regis from the beginning and since taking over the womens intercollegiate team he has also expanded that program to two-seasons as well. As an important element of the program, the mens & womens teams participate a spring break tennis program at Hilton Head, SC.
In my approach to coaching college tennis the emphasis is on TEAM. I expect all the players to support each other and to work towards improving all of their teammates skills and match play. I want players that are committed to reaching the top of their ability and I will employ every effort to help them reach this objective. I also demand the highest level of sportsmanship. While an important goal is to develop a winning team, an equally important objective is to have fun and enjoy the camaraderie and life-long friendships that playing on a college team can offer!
His competitive experience has included playing doubles for several mens teams in the CMITA and USTA leagues. He is an active member of the United States Professional Tennis Association, regularly attending conferences and chairing the Manufacturers Committee of the USPTA New England Division from 2008 through 2010. IN the spring of 2011, he was selected as the USPTA Regional Pro for 2010.
Coach Ciarleglio received a BS in Business Administration from the University of Bridgeport and an MBA with a concentration in Finance and Investments from the University of Connecticut.
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