Anthony Stefani
Anthony Stefani

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Grosse Pointe Shores, Mich.

High School:
Grosse Pointe North

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 160

Position:
RH

Birthdate:
09/10/1982


2003-04: Smashed career highs in singles (10) and doubles (15) victories ... Won eight straight singles matches to open the dual match season and in seven of those wins, outscored opponents 88 games to 15 ... Teamed up with Mike Brown for 26 of his 28 doubles contests, posting a 15-11 record in the process ... Went 4-0 with Brown at the Michigan Invitational.

2002-03: Picked up a win at the Ball State Invitational and the Minnesota Invitational ... Defeated Dayton in dual match competition ... Advanced to the finals of the Doubles C Division of the BSU Invitational with Mike Brown ... Partnered with Brown again at the Minnesota Invite for two victories and against Wright State in January ... Went 1-0 with Josh Efros and Chris Mitchell.

2001-02: Went 4-0 in dual matches in singles and 2-2 at the Big Ten Indoors 7-8 flight ... Paired with Cameron Marshall to reach the finals of the doubles C division at the Ball State Invitational ... Recorded six overall wins in singles and doubles.

Pre-MSU: Named All-State in 1998, 2000 and 2001 and All-Metro in 2000 ... Won the first singles flight state championship in 2000 and was a semifinalist in 1998, also at No. 1 ... Participated in the National Hard Court tournament (2000) and the National Clay Courts (1997-2001) ... Won the Franklin National Championships (1994).

Personal: Born September 10, 1982, in Detroit, Mich. ... Son of Steven and Patricia Stefani ... Favorite movie is "Rocky IV" ... Biggest tennis influence is Marat Safin because he is young and not afraid to play anyone ... He is an accounting major.

Stefani's Career Numbers
Singles	Overall	  Dual	Conf.	Tour.	Doubles	  Overall	   Dual	Conf.	Tour.
2001-02	    6-4	   4-0	  ----	  2-4	2001-02	      6-1	    4-0	  ----	  2-1
2002-03	    3-4	   1-0	  ----	  2-4	2002-03	      8-3	    3-1	  ----	  5-2
2003-04	  10-11	   8-4	  0-4	  2-7	2003-04	    15-13	  10-10	  0-4	  5-3
Total	  19-19	  13-4	  0-4	 6-15	Total	    29-17	  17-11	  0-4	 12-6