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Four-year singles and doubles starter who helped the Greyhounds to four-consecutive winning seasons with double-figure victories and 45 total triumphs.
2012-2013 (Senior): Voted team Most Valuable and Most Dedicated Player... Was also the team's Most Valuable Player his freshman and sophomore years... Set Loyola's all-time record for doubles wins in a career (64) and finished his career second in singles wins (62)... Earned 12 singles wins at No. 1 and teamed with freshman Connor Pietrak to break his own record - set as a freshman when he had 19 - for doubles wins with the same partner with 22 this season... Earned MAAC All-Academic honors for the third-straight year and graduated with a degree in business.
2010-2011 (Junior): Won 16 singles matches, the second highest total on the team... Has won 39 singles matches in just two seasons at Loyola... Won the 'B' Flight Singles draw at the Mount St. Mary's Invitational... Had 13 doubles wins at No. 3, the third-highest total ont he team... Eight of his doubles victories came with Jamie Russo... Went 4-3 in MAAC doubles... Has won 32 doubles matches in just two seasons at Loyola and is 10-5 in conference doubles matches... Earned MAAC All-Academic laurels.
2009-2010 (Sophomore): Named the team's Most Valuable Player after finishing the season with a 23-5 record in No. 5 singles... Tied the Loyola record for singles wins with 23, matching the 10-year old mark set by John McConnell on April 17 at home on the Butler Courts with a win over Siena's Robert Cooperman, 6-2, 7-6 (4-2)... Opened the season with six-consecutive victories and went 14-1 through the beginning of March... Had six wins in a row from March 28-April 17, three coming in MAAC competition... Had 21 doubles victories, as well... Teamed with Matt McDaniel to go 19-3 in doubles action at the NO. 3 spot, including a 15-0 mark to start the season.
High School: Played tennis four years at Ridge High School...Earned two varsity letters...Named state doubles finalist his junior year...Member of the National Honors Society.
Personal: Robert Gorczakowski...Born in Staten Island...Son of Robert and Karen Gorczakowski...Has one younger sister, Nicole...Majoring in Marketing.