Mac McAnulty
Mac McAnulty
Year: Senior
Hometown: Chicago, Ill.
High School: The Latin School of Chicago
Major: English
House Affiliation: Dunster

Junior 2010-11:
Earned the ITA Scholar Athlete Award ... Finished 8-8 in singles after going 3-3 in dual singles play during the spring ... Won his first two singles matches of the dual season, defeating Chris Nelson of Quinnipiac, 6-3, 6-2, and Ruben Haggai of Binghamton, 6-3, 6-4, to start 2-0 in duals play ... Went 3-0 in spring duals doubles competion with partner John Thornton ... Held a 2-0 doubles mark with Thornton at the Harvard Winter Classic ... Garnered a 5-5 fall singles record ... Reached the consolation singles final at the Big Crimson Halloween Invitational ... Played into the singles semifinals at the USTA College Invitational.

Sophomore 2009-10:
Earned the ITA Scholar Athlete Award ... Earned ITA Scholar-Athlete Award ... Owned a 4-6 singles record on the year ... Won all three singles matches in the spring,  going 2-0 in Ivy League play ... Claimed a doubles victory against Quinnipiac, teaming with Davis Mangham ... Sported a 1-3 doubles record after the fall season … Teamed with Andy Nguyen to grab a doubles win at the Harvard Fall Classic … Won a singles match at the Land Rover Napa Valley Classic.

Freshman 2008-09:
Earned the ITA Scholar Athlete Award ... Went 7-5 in singles and 2-5 in doubles ... Went 1-4 in dual play at No. 5 and 6 singles and 1-1 in dual doubles at No. 3 ... Competed with Michael Kalfayan (1-0), Tim Wu (1-0), Davis Mangham (0-1), Alistair Felton (0-1), Liinus Hietaniemi (0-2) and Brown's Jimmy Crystal (0-1) ... Began his collegiate career with a 4-0 record in the Big Green Invitational, winning the B bracket with a 6-1, 6-4 win over teammate Liinus Hietaniemi in the finals ... Upped his record to 6-0 by winning his first two matches of the Harvard Intersession Invite ... Won his first collegiate match with a 7-6(4), 6-1 win over Adam Gart of Sacred Heart in the second round ... Defeated No. 53 Nicolas Pisecky and Landon Greene, 8-6, with Kalfayan at the Harvard Intersession Invite.

Four-year player on the varsity tennis team at the Latin School of Chicago where he served as two-year team captain.