Austin DeLasse
Austin DeLasse
Height: 6-0
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Shrewsbury, Mass.
High School: Shrewsbury (Mass.)


All-Conference: First Team All Conference Singles


Total Appearances: 29

Singles Record: 5-7 

Doubles Record: 8-9 

Singles conference record: 4-0

Doubles conference record: 2-1 


  • Earned his sixth career All-Conference honors and a spot on the Singles All-Conference Team for a third-straight season 
  • Ended his career second in program history in total matches played (122) and doubles matches played (65) and third in singles matches played (57) 
  • Wrapped up his career in sixth-place in program history in career wins (53) and fourth-place in doubles wins (32)
  • Teamed up with Ray Platteel to win the Consolation Bracket (3-1) of the Beacons Doubles Invitational on September 16
  • Overcame a slow start to win five of his final seven singles matches 
  • Earned a 7-6 (7-2), 6-2 win at first singles in the Little East Conference Semifinals 
  • Teamed up with Josh Bhasin for an 8-0 win at second doubles in the Little East Conference Finals

2017 Enjoyed a career best season in leading the Beacons to their second trip to the NCAA Tournament … Served as the Beacons number one singles and number one doubles player … Named to the Little East Conference All-Conference First Team in singles and doubles … Recognized as the Most Outstanding Player of the LEC Tournament …  Tabbed as the LEC Player of the Week two times … Named captain prior to the spring season …  Finished second on the team with a career-high 16 victories (16-21) … Recorded a 7-11 mark at first singles, including a 3-3 mark against LEC foes … Posted a 9-10 mark in doubles play, with all but one of his matches coming at first doubles … Registered a 5-1 mark at first doubles during LEC Regular Season play … Played in the sixth-most matches in a single-season in program history (37) … Earned his first win of the year on March 9 with a 7-6 (10-8), 6-2 win at first singles against Penn State Berks … Teamed up with Josh Bhasin for an 8-5 win at first doubles against Curry College on March 12 … Won six-straight matches from March 30-April 8 including sweeps of Suffolk, UMass Dartmouth and Rhode Island College … Dropped just eight combined games during his six-straight wins from March 30-April 8 … Earned a 6-4, 6-3 win at first singles against Bridgewater State’s Matt McGee in the LEC Semifinals … Went 2-0 in the LEC Championship match including a 6-4, 6-1 win at first singles … Teamed up with Alexander Comerchero for an 8-4 win at first doubles against Nichols College in the NCAA Tournament First Round … Trailed 7-5, 2-1 at number one singles in his NCAA Tournament match, before the match reached decision … Ended the year winning eight of his final 11 doubles matches.

2016 Served as the Beacons’ number one singles player and one of their top doubles players in his sophomore season … Recognized as a Little East Conference First Team All-Conference selection in doubles … Picked as a Second Team All-Conference player in singles … Finished the season with 12 total victories … Ended the year 5-8 in number one singles, with a 3-3 mark in conference play … Split time at number one and number two doubles … Totaled a 7-7 mark in doubles, with a 4-2 mark against LEC foes … Went 2-0 in his season debut against Curry College, with wins of 8-4 (number one doubles) and 6-2, 6-2 (number one singles) … Tacked on two wins against Suffolk University in a non-conference match on April 7 … Earned a hard-fought 7-6 (7-3), 6-4 win at number one singles on April 11 against LEC foe Rhode Island College … Picked up an 8-2 win at number two doubles in the LEC Quarterfinals against Rhode Island College.

2015 Enjoyed one of the best freshman seasons in program history in his first collegiate season ... Became the second UMass Boston player in program history to be named Little East Conference Rookie of the Year ... Named a Second Team All-Conference player at number one doubles ... Tabbed as the Little East Conference Rookie of the Week on two occasions ... Honored as the ECAC New England Division III Rookie of the Week one time ... Joined the team second semester and earned a regular spot at number two singles and number one doubles ... Finished second on the team with his eight doubles victories (8-7) and added four singles wins (4-10) ... Ended the year with a 9-3 mark against Little East Conference opponents in the regular season ... Made his collegiate debut on February 27 against regional-power MIT ... Teamed up with Charles Lai to earn his first collegiate win on March 17 with a 9-7 (10-8) number one doubles victory against the University of Puerto Rico Rio-Piedras ... Picked up his first singles win on April 4 with a 6-1, 6-0 victory at number two singles against Western Connecticut State University ... Ended the season with a five-match winning streak in doubles play ... Went 2-1 in the Little East Conference Tournament. 

PERSONAL/HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Shrewsbury High School in 2014 ... Named the Team Most Valuable Player and a Midland-Wachusetts League All-Star in tennis ... Honored with the Senior Award at Shrewsbury High School ... Helped lead his team to the league semifinals and district quarterfinals ... Recognized as the Senior Award winner for his play on the soccer field ... Born on July 4, 1996 ... Son of Agustin Gutierrez and Blanca DeLasse ... Has one sibling, Atenas ... Member of the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee ... Currently majoring in Information Technology Business Intelligence and is working towards his Computer Science Certificate.