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     Christopher Cole
    Christopher Cole

    Class:
    Sophomore

    Hometown:
    Gloucester, England

    High School:
    St. Peter's


    04/17/2014

    Men's Tennis Closes Out Regular Season at Home

    The Flames play host to Cleveland State and Youngstown State

    04/15/2014

    Night of Champions Banquet Honors Student-Athletes

    Women's Tennis wins Academic Team of the Year for the seventh time in 12 years

    04/13/2014

    Men's Tennis Picks Up Conference Win At Detroit

    The Flames defeated the Titans 5-2

    04/08/2014

    Men's Tennis Drops To Northern Illinois

    The Flames return to conference competition April 13

    04/06/2014

    Men's Tennis Falls At Green Bay

    The Flames return home April 8 to face Northern Illinois

    Cole's Photo Gallery

    Singles Career Record
    2012-13: 10-10

    Horizon League Singles Career Record

    2012-13: 4-3

    Doubles Career Record
    2012-13: 7-11

    Horizon League Doubles Career Record
    2012-13: 1-2

    2012-13
    • Came away with wins in five of UIC's six victories.
    • Captured the first win in the Flames 4-3 win over Detroit, April 6.
    • Split time in singles at No. 3 (4-3) and No. 4 (6-6).
    • Paired with every other player at least once during the season in doubles.

    PREP AND PERSONAL:
    Attended St. Peter's Catholic & Sixth Form Centre ... received national ranking all four seasons as a member of St. Peter's tennis team ... team captain as a junior and senior ... 2011 High School Champion ... also played soccer and cricket at St. Peter's ... member of the Beckford Tennis Club ... Gloucestershire Summer and Winter League Champions in 2011 and 2012 ... biggest athletic thrill to date is achieving a national ranking within the top 20 of his age group and being ranked No. 1 in his county ... born May 29, 1994 in Gloucester, England ... son of Martin and Elizabeth Cole ... has one sibling, Lewis ... currently enrolled as a Business Administration major.