Fall 2006: Won two singles matches in Flight A at the Steve Baras Fall Classic ... Competed in main draw at the ITA Southeast Regionals in Lexington, Ky. ... Also played main draw doubles with Tim Mittiga at the Regionals.
2005-06: Compiled an overall singles record of 15-9 ... Went 4-5 against SoCon opponents ... Was 6-6 at No. 1 and 7-1 at No. 4 ... Played two matches at No. 2 and two at No. 3 ... Registered victories over Morehead State, Wright State, Eastern Kentucky, Austin Peay State, Lipscomb, Alabama A&M, Gardner-Webb and Tennessee Tech ... Claimed SoCon wins over UNC Greensboro, Davidson, Appalachian State and Georgia Southern ... Won all three matches in the SoCon Tournament ... Named Second-Team All-SoCon at the No. 1 doubles position with partner Josh Bales ... Forged a combined doubles record of 17-5, including a 13-4 mark with Bales at No. 1 ... Member of the Athletics Director’s Honor Roll for the Fall semester.
2005 Fall: Main Draw competitor at the Southeast Region Indoor Championships in Memphis ... Won the Flight A Singles at the Steve Baras Fall Classic with a 5-0 run ... Claimed the Flight B2 Consolation bracket title at the Middle Tennessee Fall Invitational ... Teamed with Josh Bales to win the Flight A2 Doubles title at MTSU.
2004-05: Went 15-13 in singles play ... Saw most action at No. 3 and No. 4 ... Registered 9-7 record at No. 3 and a 4-3 mark at No. 4 ... Won only match at No. 1 ... Registered singles wins against Tennessee Wesleyan, Murray State, Abilene Christian, Eastern Kentucky, Morehead State, Cumberland, Lipscomb, College of Charleston, Davidson, Furman, The Citadel, Jacksonville State ... Defeated Furman’s Brennen Phippen 6-4, 7-5 and College of Charleston’s Phillip Koller 7-6, 6-2 at No. 3 singles in the SoCon Tournament ... Led squad with 18 doubles victories ... Paired with Josh Bales at No. 3 for a 12-5 mark ... Also played at No. 2 with Arturo Navarro, Artyom Vlasenko and Ryan Fitzgerald.
2003-04: Finished 7-9 in singles duals ... Went 3-7 in SoCon matches ... Competed mainly in the No. 4 and 5 spots ... At No. 4, scored victories over UNC Greensboro, Jacksonville and Elon ... Compiled a 6-7 doubles record.
Played No. 1 singles for The McCallie School in Chattanooga ... Compiled a 12-3 singles record as a senior ... Played No. 2 doubles and posted a 13-1 doubles mark ... Went 15-0 in tournament play ... Coached at McCallie by Eric Voges ... An Honors grad-uate ... Held No. 1 singles rank-ing among Under-18 Tenn-essee Boys ... Also attended St. John’s College where he was a member of the cricket team.
Anthony Mark Fynn ... Born April 16, 1985 in Harare, Zimbabwe ... Son of Anthony and Jennifer Fynn ... Majoring in Business.
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