|Hometown:||Lloyd Harbor, N.Y.|
|High School:||Cold Spring Harbor|
As a Sophomore in 2012-13:
All-Northeast Conference Second Team Doubles … Named NEC Player of the Week for the second week in April … Posted a 30-30 record overall; including a 16-16 record in singles and a 14-14 record in doubles … Has a career record of 56-56 overall; including a 30-30 in singles and a 26-26 in doubles through two years … Had a 6-2 singles record and a 7-1 doubles record in conference matches … Posted a 16-match unbeaten streak from March 28th to April 20th – 8-0 in both singles and doubles … Went 3-1 overall in the Northeast Conference Championships … Partnered with Chris Nelson to defeat pairings from Monmouth and Fairleigh Dickinson in the quarterfinals and semifinals in doubles … Defeated Monmouth’s Jason Prezant at #3 singles in the quarterfinals.
As a Freshman in 2011-12:
Finished second on the team with 26 wins on the season … Tied for the lead in individual wins in singles competition, posting a 14-13 record … Collected 12 wins with six different partners in doubles … Earned his first career win at the Fairfield Doubles Festival on Sept. 10, pairing with Andrew Weeden to defeat a twosome from Hartford, 8-6 … Picked up his first singles win against Villanova’s Matt Colonnese at the Quinnipiac Invitational on Oct. 7 … Put together an eight match winning streak, including victories against Bucknell, Villanova, Fairleigh Dickinson and Monmouth University … Named the Northeast Conference Rookie of the Week on March 26 … Defeated Robert Morris’ Ricardo Horlle, 6-1, 7-5, in the Quarterfinals of the NEC Championships on April 20.
Earned five varsity letters at Cold Spring Harbor … Helped lead the tennis team to four consecutive Conference, Nassau County and Long Island Championships … Named to the All-State Team as a junior and senior … Claimed four All-Conference and three All-County laurels … Served as the Seahawks’ team-captain in 2010 and 2011 campaigns … Accepted the 2011 Nassau County Sportsmanship and the Distinguished Athlete Award … Ranked as high as No. 141 nationally and No. 11 in New York by tenniscruiting.net … Named a four-star recruit by the committee … Also ranked as high as No. 17 in the USTA Eastern Boy’s 18 section.
The son of Nancy and Richard Ambrosio … Has one brother, Daniel, and one sister, Kadi … A business major.
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