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Bates College Men | Women

Division:NCAA - Div. III
Location:Lewiston, ME
Head Coach:Paul Gastonguay
Assistant Coach:Sam Woods
Institution Type:Private
Environment:Large town
Student Population:Less than 2,500
Top Div. III Classes: #14 in 2016, #23 in 2015, #15 in 2014, #10 in 2013, R.V. in 2011, #21 in 2010

Conference Highlights


2007 CBB Champs defeating 10th-ranked Bowdoin 5-4 and Colby 7-2

2000 NESCAC Championships - 2nd place

Paul Gastonguay '89 leads Bobcats to 1988 NESCAC Championship
Post Season Highlights

Bates reaches "Sweet 16" of NCAA Championships with its 4-1 victory over MIT

3rd place - NCAA Championships (1981)

2000-2006 - 7 consecutive NCAA Tournament selections; perennial top-25 ranked team, and as high as 14th nationally
Tournament Highlights
2007 ITA Championships
-Ben Stein '09 and Amrit Rupasinghe '10 - Doubles Finalists (Northeast Region)
-Stein - Singles Semifinalist

2007 Middlebury Invitational
-Danilo Acosta '08 Singles Champion (C Flight)
-Acosta and Zach Fenno '10 Doubles Finalists (B Flight)
-Stein - Singles Finalist (A Flight)

2010 ITA Championships
-Matt Bettles singles finalist
-Timmy Berg quarterfinalist
Individual Achievements
Bud Schultz '81 - All-American; attained Top-40 world ranking

Paul Gastonguay '89 - All-American; Clarence Chaffee Award Winner (for outstanding play and sportsmanship); World-ranked in singles and doubles

Will Boe-Wiegaard '06 - 2006 NCAA Singles Champion; 5-time All-American; 2005 NCAA Singles Finalist; 2-time NESCAC Champion; 2006 NESCAC Rookie of the Year

Tristan Beach '06 - All-American; NCAA Quarterfinalist with Boe-Wiegaard

Ben Stein '08 - Named All-NESCAC Singles

Amrit Rupasinghe '10 - 2007 Sri Lankan Men's National Champion; Davis Cup Member

Matt Bettles'13- 2010 ITA singles finalist
Coaching Achievements
Paul Gastonguay named 2001 NESCAC Men's Tennis Coach of the Year

Paul Gastonguay named 2002 ITA East Region Men's Coach of the Year

Paul Gastonguay named 2005 NESCAC Men's Tennis Coach of the Year
10/25 Amanda Nava chooses Saint Joseph's
10/25 Isabelle Porter chooses Stonehill
10/25 Danielle Quevedo chooses New Mexico
10/24 Carling Deehr chooses Western Carolina
10/24 Hannah Gianan chooses Seattle
10/24 Kyra Jung chooses Seattle
10/24 Christina Bugg chooses North Georgia
10/23 Jeffrey Schenk chooses Thomas More
10/23 Anna McDonald chooses Southern Indiana
10/23 Zane Kohrs chooses UTRGV

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