|High School:||Pingree School|
As a Junior in 2011-12:
Posted a 13-15 record for the Bobcats … Collected his first two wins in his very first match against Saint Francis (Pa.) on Feb. 26 … Triumphant in three straight doubles’ matches to open the season, pairing with Eric Ambrosio to defeat Saint Francis (Pa.) and then with Andrew Weeden to defeat Northern Illinois and North Carolina Central on the Florida Spring Break Trip … Defeated Bucknell’s Octavio Canibe at #3 singles, 4-6, 6-1, 6-2, on March 15 in Altamonte Springs, Fla. … Strung together a four-game singles’ winning streaking in April; knocking off opponents from Villanova, Monmouth, Hartford and Sacred Heart.
As a Sophomore in 2010-11:
Earned All-NEC recognition for the second straight year in singles, taking First Team honors at No. 4 following a late-season return to the line-up ... Won seven of 10 singles matches completed, including victories in each of the Bobcats' NEC Tournament victories ... Avenged his only loss to an NEC opponent, FDU's Yuri Gricheno in three sets on March 31, defeating Gricheno easily in straight sets, 6-0, 6-2, in the NEC Semifinals on April 17 ... Drew the Bobcats even at 3-3 with Sacred Heart in the NEC Tournament Championship, defeating Nick Mazzarese, 6-4, 7-6, at No. 4 ... Also earned a victory with Brian Mikkelson at No. 1 doubles against Bryant's Juan Paredes and Nicholai Hill on March 28.
As a Freshman in 2009-10:
Named to the All-NEC Second Team at No. 3 singles after posting a 15-7 singles mark, including an 11-4 record in dual matches, as a freshman ... Earned NEC Player of the Month honors for February after going an undefeated 7-0, including a 4-0 singles mark, in the month ... Stayed hot in early March with a 6-0, 6-3 win against Hartford's Aneil Bhalla to earn NEC Player of the Week honors on 3/10 ... Rebounded from his first loss of the spring, 3/11, to UMBC's Chris Meyer, to win six straight matches.
A four-star recruit out of The Pingree (Mass.) School ... Ranked second on the tennisrecruiting.net list of the top seniors/grads in New England ... Also ranked as the top senior in Massachusetts and No. 112 in the country among seniors/grads, according to tennisrecruiting.net ... The USTA ranked Lane as highly as No. 4 in New England and No. 195 in the combined national rankings among players age 18 and under ... Ranked as highly as No. 7 in New England by the USTA in doubles ... A league all-star every year of his career ... Three-time league and team MVP, as well as a member of the Boston Globe (three-times) and Salem News All-Scholastic teams ... Massachusetts North Shore Player of the Year in 2007 ... Led Pingree to Class C New England Championships in 2005 and 2008 ... Also ran cross country all four years of high school.
Son of Laurie and Robert Lane … Has one brother, Doug … Majoring in management with a minor in marketing.