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Mac Cahill
Mac Cahill
Nickname: Mac
Year: 2010-2013
Hometown: Southport, CT
High School: Westminster School
Major: Economics / Financial Sequence
College: Claremont McKenna

On Court: Played varsity tennis for Westminster School for 3 years, captain his senior year...played left-handed sophmore year due to right elbow surgery...played at the one position as a junior and senior going 28-2 in singles...also captured the Kingswood Invitational Title, and the Southern New England Tennis League Title in both singles and doubles...named Team MVP each of last two years, and was recipient of the Squibb Bowl his senior year...USTA singles ranking reached as high as 4 in New England and top 250 nationally...in summer of 2009, he won the doubles title at the ITA Summer Circuit held at Dartmouth...as a freshman made strong debut at ITA West Regionals in the fall, winning four of six singles matches and all three doubles matches (with Wei)... started the spring season at #3 singles and #3 doubles (with Brockett)...played every singles position except for #5 in the spring, going 17-4...won twice each at #1 and #2 singles, including impressive straight set wins over Guatavus Adolphus (#2) and Linfield (#1)... finished the season at #6 singles where he was undefeated and did not lose a set from April 2 on...Cahill was the only Stag to win every dual match he participated in during the NCAA team event, going 5-0 at #6 singles...finished with the second best overall singles record on the team at 21-6 for the season...went 7-4 overall in doubles play, partnering Wei, Brockett, Keiffer, and Johnson...as a sophomore reached the Round of 16 in singles as the 11th seed at the ITA West Regionals, then partnered Zhenya Pereverzin to go 1-1 in doubles...earned a West Region singles ranking of #22 heading into the spring season...turned in another solid performance playing every singles position except for #2 and earning a 16-9 overall record by season's end...also continued his consistent doubles play, partnering Brockett, Johnson, and Chien to finish with an impressive 11-3 mark...as a junior had his best USTA / ITA West Regional showing yet, losing in the quarters to teammate Warren Wood after wins over Ayabe and third-seeded Koening of Santa Cruz...earned a fall national singles ranking of #39 and a west region rank of #10...remained very solid in the spring playing primarily at the #4 through #6 singles positions...from March 24th on, lost only two of the last thirteen singles matches he played...had his best Ojai yet, winning three matches and taking out seeds Meyer (Pomona-Pitzer) and Worley (Cal Lutheran) en route to a quarterfinal showing...did not lose a set in three matches at the NCAA team championships playing the #6 position...compiled a 16-8 overall singles record and 4-2 doubles record...as a senior entered the season with the second most career singles wins (54) of any current Stags...at USTA / ITA West Regionals in October went 1-2 in singles and 0-1 in doubles (with Marino)...played at every singles position in the spring except for the #1 spot, seeing most of his action at the #5 and #6 positions...went 8-2 in ten dual matches in the spring, including three key wins at #6 singles (against #10 Case Western, #1 Kenyon, and #2 Emory) to lead CMS to a dominating Stag-Hen title in mid-March...finished 2013 campaign with a 9-5 singles record and 2-1 doubles record, giving him career totals of 62-28 (.689) in singles and 24-10 (.706) in doubles.

Personal: Served as co-president of Green dorm (with teammate Matt Ellis) as a junior, and served two years as a member of CMS' Student Athlete Advisory Committee.