Men's Tennis

Home of 56 SCIAC Championships, 15 National Titles

Connor Hyde
Connor Hyde
Height: 6-5
Year: SR
Hometown: Peterborough, NH
High School: Contoocook Valley Regional
Major: Environmental Business

2012:  Contributed to the nationally ranked Bulldog men’s tennis team’s success in limited action due to injury… Helped the squad to return to the NCAA Championships for the program’s 19th trip in the last 21 years… Also part of the squad that gained recognition as an ITA All-Academic Team… Competed in doubles with Nick Cummins, going 6-2 primarily at the No. 2 spot… Came up with five wins against tandems of ranked opponents… Earned an 8-6 victory over No. 10 Trinity University to go along with an 8-5 showing against No. 12 Concordia University – Irvine… Posted a 2-1 singles record, earning straight-set wins over Brandeis University and Bates College… 

2011:  Played an integral role in the program’s 20th season as a top-20 team… Took on the top three opponents at various times throughout the season… Notched an 11-10 record in singles, which included 10-7 showing against NCAA Division III schools… Put together a six-match winning streak during “March Madness” from March 18-26… Defeated his No. 2 counterpart from Williams College (MA) in three sets… Overpowered the No. 2 player from Gustavus Adolphus College (MN) in a 6-3, 6-3 performance… Teamed up with Mark Bloom in doubles, earning an 18-9 record while going 15-8 in NCAA Division III action…  Competed at either No. 2 or No. 3 throughout the year… Posted an exciting 8-6 victory over Middlebury College (VT) on March 29… Blanked their counterparts at Cal Lutheran during the SCIAC Championships on April 23… Second-Team All-SCIAC selection…

2010:  Erupted on the scene as a rookie competitor in both lineups… Provided a 17-4 record in singles, competing as high as No. 2 but primarily at No. 6… Rattled off six-match winning streaks on two occasions… Was pushed to a third set only once in his 17 victories… Posted a 9-3 showing against ranked opponents, which included victories over opponents from No. 4 Middlebury College (VT), No. 5 Claremont-Mudd-Scripps Colleges and No. 10 Amherst College (MA)… Combined forces with three teammates, recording a combined doubles record of 14-9… Boasted an 8-3 showing with Kevin Kosanke, playing at No. 3 and No. 4… Also competed at No. 3 with Lander Jewett for a 6-5 record… Member of the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) All-Academic Team...