SNHU Men's Tennis Career Leaders (through 2012-13)

Most Singles Wins, Career
1. 55 - Juan Arango-Campo, 2010-present
2. 42 - Mitch Dobek, 2010-present
3. 31 - Pedro DePaula, 2004-07
4. 27 - Luis Ramirez, 2005-09
4. 27 - Mike Wallace, 2011-present
6. 25 - Alex Mukdaprakorn, 2010-present
7. 21 - John Niland, 2008-12
8. 17 - David Spaggiari, 2007-10
8. 17 - Jared Wright, 2009-13
10. 15 - Tim Hamilton, 2009-13

Best Singles Record, Career (minimum 20 wins)
1. .873 - Juan Arango-Campo, 2010-present (55-8)
2. .689 - Mitch Dobek, 2010-present (42-19)
3. .689 - Pedro DePaula, 2004-07 (31-14)
4. .675 - Mike Wallace, 2011-present (27-13)
5. .643 - Luis Ramirez, 2005-09 (27-15)
6. .510 - Alex Mukdaprakorn, 2010-present (25-24)

Most Doubles Wins, Career
1. 49 - Mitch Dobek, 2010-present
2. 40 - Juan Arango-Campo, 2010-present
3. 34 - Mike Wallace, 2011-present
4. 29 - Jared Wright, 2009-13
5. 28 - Tim Hamilton, 2009-13
6. 27 - Alex Mukdaprakorn, 2010-present
6. 27 - Luis Ramirez, 2005-09
8. 25 - Pedro DePaula, 2004-07
9. 23 - John Niland, 2008-12
10. 19 - Brian Hashem, 2003-06

Best Doubles Record, Career (minimum 20 wins)
1. .739 - Mike Wallace, 2011-present (34-12)
2. .690 - Mitch Dobek, 2010-present (49-22)
3. .615 - Juan Arango-Campo, 2010-present (40-25)
4. .600 - Luis Ramirez, 2005-09 (27-18)
5. .580 - Jared Wright, 2009-13 (29-21)
6. .540 - Alex Mukdaprakorn, 2010-present (27-23)
7. .521 - Pedro DePaula, 2004-07 (25-23)

NOTE: The SNHU men's tennis records only include records from after the sport was reinstated prior to the 2001 season.  If you have verifiable records from SNHU men's tennis prior to 2001, please contact the SNHU Athletics Communications Office.