2002-2003 Highlights: 8-6 in singles, 6-7 in doubles...along with Ken Howrey was able to give the Flames their only doubles victory over in-state rival Bradley...displayed his fortitude against Youngstown State where after a 7-5 first set victory he was able to demolish R.J. Pepino 6-1 in the second set.
Prior to UIC: Transferred from Johnson County CC...qualified for the NJCAA National tournament as a sophomore...helped JCCC to a second-place team finish in the NJCAA Region VI championship...placed second overall in the NJCAA Region VI Championship...as a freshman picked up 15 victories, which was good for seventh best in school history...advanced to the region finals in No. 2 doubles...posted a 1-1 record in the NJCAA Tournament...finished career ranked third for highest winning percentage...was No. 48 in the nation for singles as a sophomore and No. 16 in the nation for doubles as a freshman.
Prep/Personal: Three-year letterwinner for Rock Island Alleman High School...ranked among the top 16 players in the state of Illinois...posted a 19-2 singles record his senior year...named team MVP his sophomore, junior and senior years...born June 14, 1980...son of Frank and Carol Cincola...majoring in marketing and management.
Cincola's Career Record Years Singles Doubles 2002-2003 8-6 6-7 Totals 8-6 6-7