Alex Steinroeder
Alex Steinroeder
Year: Senior
Hometown: Concord, Mass.
High School: Concord Carlisle Regional
Major: Government
House Affiliation: Winthrop

Senior 2014-15
Named team co-captain … Posted an overall record of 20-8, including a 3-2 conference record … Saw action at the No. 2- 6 slots, posting a 7-2 score at the No. 4 position … Earned a 2-1 record at the ECAC Championships … Won the last three matches of the season, including a victory over Dartmouth’s Max Schmidt (46) … Recorded a 3-1 record with doubles partner Kenny Tao, and a 4-4 record with Grant Solomon. 

Junior 2013-14
Team co-captain ... Finished the season with a 19-9 singles record, playing primarliy from the No. 4 and No. 5 singles positions ... Picked up a victory against Auburn at fourth singles in the opening round of the NCAA team tournament ... Posted four wins and one loss in Ivy League singles action ... Qualified for the round of 16 at the ITA Northeast Regionals ... Went 4-1 in doubles action in dual matches, teaming with Sebastian Beltrame, Brian Yeung and Kelvin Lam  

Sophomore 2012-13
Finished the season with a 19-14 record in singles between tournament and dual matches ... Recorded a 12-10 record for dual matches ... Posted a 6-1 record against Ivy League opponents ... Won in straight sets over Alex Sajonz of Samford in the first round of the NCAA Tournment ... Earned Second-Team All-Ivy League for singles ... Recorded a 17-10 record for doubles ... Posted a victory over then No. 11 Mississippi St. in the NCAA Tournament... 

Freshman 2011-12
Was one of four players on the Harvard roster that tallied over 20 singles victories in 2012 … Went 27-11 overall in singles play while going 16-7 in dual season … Went 8-8 in doubles competition during the dual schedule teaming with Pearlman, Steer, Felton, Schultz, and Denis Nguyen … Tallied 11 three-set victories in 2011-12 including A come-from-behind win over Dartmouth’s Chris Ho, to help Harvard earn its 29th Ivy League title in school history.  

Before Harvard:
Received four varsity letters and was No. 1 singles player all four years at Concord Carlisle Regional … Two-time team captain … Four-time Dual County League All-Star … Earned team MVP honors three times … Recipient of 2009 National Clay Court Sportsmanship Award … Three-time Boston Globe All-Scholastic choice … Two-time individual state singles champion … Helped team win two state titles … Led squad to 68-match win streak … Finished with 94-2 record in high school matches … Ranked No. 7 nationally in singles in Dec. 2009 … Montgomery National Open Singles Champion … National Honor Society Member … Served as cook for Salvation Army dinners … Enjoys cooking, reading and sports.