Andrew Weeden
Andrew Weeden
Height: 5-10
Weight: 141
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Martinsville, N.J.
High School: Bridgewater Raritan Regional

As a Junior in 2011-12:
Served as the team’s ace for the second straight season … Collected 22 wins, improving his career total to 82 … Posted eight wins in singles competition and 14 wins in doubles play … Picked up his first win with Eric Ambrosio at the Fairfield Doubles Festival on Sept. 10, defeating a twosome from Sacred Heart … Earned his first two wins in singles play at the UConn Invitational on Sept. 23-24, defeating opponents from Bryant and Hartford … Topped Andres Rosa of Saint Francis (Pa.) in straight sets for his first Northeast Conference win of the campaign on Feb. 26 … Advanced to the Flight “A” Quarterfinals of the Quinnipiac Invitational with James Kwei … Closed out the season with a 6-2 record with Kwei at #1 doubles … Defeated Robert Morris’ Angus Thompson and Tarun Kishan, 8-3, in the Quarterfinals and then went on to defeat Monmouth’s Freddy Marcinkowski and Francis Jedlinski, 8-5, in the Semifinals. 

As a Sophomore in 2010-11:
Earned his second All-NEC Second Team selection, this time at No. 1 singles … Compiled a 19-12 singles record, including a 13-8 mark in dual matches … Went 10-5 out of the No. 1 singles flight … Paired with Brian Mikkelson to post a 9-9 record in dual matches at No. 1 doubles … Won a total of 37 matches, second on the team only to James Kwei’s 38 … Was named NEC Player of the Week on both October 19 and March 8 … Qualified for the main draw at the ITA Regionals with a pair of straight set victories against Stony Brook’s Francesco Arciuli and Marist’s Joris Van Eck … Defeated Hofstra’s Antonio Pena in three sets to advance to the second round of the ITA Regionals … Won a pair of NEC Tournament matches in both singles and doubles against competition from Mount St. Mary’s and Fairleigh Dickinson in the quarterfinals and semifinals, respectively … Defeated Yale’s Erik Blumenkrantz in three sets at No. 2 singles on March 11. 

As a Freshman in 2009-10:
Earned All-NEC Second Team at No. 2 doubles with partner, John Hughes ... Ascended to the No. 3 singles flight after winning 11 of his first singles matches ... Opened his collegiate singles career with the Flight B Championship at the UConn Invitational ... Earned NEC Rookie of the Week three times, Sept. 29, Nov. 3 and March 16 ... Also earned NEC Player of the Week on Nov. 3 after reaching the singles and doubles semifinals at the Connecticut State Championships ... Earned 26 wins in his initial collegiate campaign. 

Before Quinnipiac:
Ranked No. 21 by the USTA Boys' 18's Eastern Tennis Association ... ranked Weeden as highly as No. 167 nationally, as well as No. 3 in New Jersey and No. 19 in the Middle Atlantic Region ... Was the Somerset County Boys' High School Champion as a junior, and was named Courier News and Star-Ledger Boys' Tennis Player of the Year ... Was a second-team all-state selection overall in singles, as well as a first-team all-state selection at second singles after finishing with a 28-1 record. 

The son of Diane and Bill Weeden ... Has an older brother, Brian ... A business marketing major.