Tom Mittring
Tom Mittring
Height: 5-9
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Bavaria, Germany
High School: JMS Gymnasium

2019 (SENIOR RS): Put together a record-breaking senior season that was highlighted by an undefeated 14-0 record in singles play, a 24 match win streak carrying over from the previous season, a perfect 9-0 record in conference singles action, and a 12-2 record in doubles play ... was named to the USA South Men's Tennis All-Conference First Team and the First Team West Division, alongside three USA South Men's Tennis Player of the Week awards ... opened up his 2018-19 campaign with a victory over Montreat College in no. 1 singles and doubles in the Fall (Oct. 14, 2018) ... earned a 6-4, 6-4 victory at the top singles spot against NCAA DII Southern Wesleyan (Feb. 2), leading to his first USA South Player of the Week honor ... earned four 6-0, 6-0 sweeps in singles play over the course of the 2019 campaign, defeating LaGrange College (March 23), Huntingdon College (March 30), Berea College (March 31), and Maryville College (April 3) in sweeps at the top spot ... partnered with teammate Tim Hengst to take 11 victories in the doubles top spot, including seven victories at the top spot. 

2018 (SENIOR): Posted 14 singles victories and 10 doubles wins on the season ... spent time as the No. 1 seed in all 17 singles matches he played in ... of his 14 singles wins, 10 of those wins Mittring downed his opponents in straight sets ... won 10 of his 11 matches played against USA South Conference opponents ... opened the 2017-18 season with a 6-0,6-2 win over Desire Johnson (Johnson C. Smith) on Sept. 23, 2017 ... ended the season on a nine-match singles winning streak, that began on March 3, 2018 against John Jones (Huntingdon), and finished with a 6-0,6-0 win over Mike Malpartida on April 8, 2018 (Berea) ... picked up two singles wins in which he won 6-0,6-0 (Berea both times) ... won three singles matches in which he came out on top in three sets (Southern Wesleyan, Maryville and Covenant) ... paired with Tim Hengst to win nine doubles matches, and paired with Florian Peyssonneaux to win one doubles match ... picked up his first doubles win with Hengst in the 8-3 win over Marlowe Anderson and Anthony Jefferson of Johnson C. Smith (Sept. 23, 2017) ... picked up two consecutive doubles wins on two separate occassions over the course of the season, with the first pair of consecutive wins coming against duos from Maryville and Johnson C. Smith (March 13-21), and the second coming in wins over Huntingdon and Berea (March 31-April 8) ... the doubles win with Peyssonneaux came against Berea in the final match of the season, winning 8-2 (April 8). 

2017 (JUNIOR): Enjoyed a successful season on the court, posting six singles victories and seven doubles wins over the course  of the campaign … split the singles season as either the No. 1 seed (13 times) or No. 2 seed (seven) for the Tornados … first victory came against Adam Nesnow (Belmont Abbey), who he downed 8-0 on Sept. 23-24 … opened the spring competition with a 6-3, 6-2 win over Garrett Lakey (Lees-McRae) on Feb. 21 … won the first of three straight singles matches on March 5, downing Landon Schultz-Zwahr (Salem International) by scores of 6-0, 6-0 … picked up the fifth win of the season against Nick Romano (Spring Arbor) on March 6 … closed out the three-match streak with a 3-6, 6-2, 10-4 victory against Joan Bermundez (Lawrence Tech) on March 7 … posted his first doubles win, alongside teammate Will Christiansen, against Belmont Abbey as the pair downed Zachary Blythe and Nikhil Reddy by an 8-6 score on Sept. 23 … kicked off the spring slate with an 8-3 doubles victory, while paired with JR Davis, against the tandem of Keegan Barkely and Stan Grzeslo (Southern Wesleyan) on Feb. 4 … closed out opening month with a 9-8 (7-4) doubles win, along with Davis, over Gabriel Muniz and Garrett Lakey (Lees-McRae) on Feb. 21 … posted his first of three doubles wins in March, all with Davis as his partner, by an 8-5 margin over Salem International’s Landon Schultz-Zwahr and Christian Manning (March 5) … completed his fifth doubles win (8-6) against Spring Arbor’s team of Nick Romano and Alex Reinbold (March 6) … triumphed 8-3 over Emmanuel duo of Braden Anglin and Lucas Pereira (March 18) … brought home his final win in doubles, also with Davis, on April 1 as the pair took down Carson-Newman’s Stefano Daza and Rodolpho Schwarz by a score of 8-2 … played 20 of 24 doubles matches as the No. 1 seed … was partnered with five teammates over the doubles season including Davis (20 times), Will Christiansen (once), Chris Plasa (once), Cre Still (once) and Tim Hengst (once).

2016 (SOPHOMORE): 
Posted an 8-16 record in singles play and 7-16 in doubles ... posted a victory over Queens in a fall tournament (Sept. 18)... earned first South Atlantic Conference victory over Lincoln Memorial at the second slot (March 12).