Ray Platteel
Ray Platteel
Height: 6-4
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Holbrook, Mass.
High School: Boston College HS

2018-19 AWARDS

All-Conference: LEC First Team Doubles 

2018-19 RECORDS

Total Appearances: 35

Singles Record: 10-6 

Doubles Record: 16-3 

Singles conference record: 6-1 

Doubles conference record: 7-0 

NOTABLES

  • Put together the best season of his career, as he played predominantly at fifth singles and second and third doubles 
  • Earned his first career All-Conference honors 
  • Led the Beacons in total matches won (26), doubles wins (16), total matches played (35) and tied for first in doubles matches played (19) 
  • Tied the program record for doubles wins in a single-season with 16 
  • Finished tied for first with Onkgopotse Mokoka for conference singles wins (six) and total conference wins (13) 
  • Earned 12-straight doubles victories from March 9 to April 23
  • Recorded a 10-match winning streak from April 11-23 
  • Won 46-consecutive games (singles and doubles) at one point, including finishing back-to-back matches without dropping a game 
  • Finished 2-0 in doubles during the Little East Conference Tournament and led 7-5 at fourth singles in the LEC Title Match against Salem State 
  • Enters his senior season ranked fifth in program history with his 29 career doubles victories

2017-18 RECORDS

Total Appearances: 16

Singles Record: 2-2

Doubles Record: 6-6

Singles conference record: 2-0 

Doubles conference record: 2-2 

NOTABLES

  • Overcame a sickness early in the season to provide key contributions for the Beacons in doubles play
  • Teamed up with Austin DeLasse to win the consolation bracket of the Beacons Doubles Invitational on September 16 
  • Earned back-to-back singles victories to close out his season 

2016-17 Put together a huge first season in Beaconville by earning a spot in both singles and doubles … Named the Little East Conference Rookie of the Week two times … Posted a 14-12 overall record … Ranked third on the team in total wins and third in win percentage (.538) … Recorded a 7-7 mark in singles with wins at fourth (1-0), fifth (3-2) and sixth singles (3-5) … Posted a 7-5 mark at third doubles … Finished the Little East Conference Regular Season 8-1 against LEC foes … Made his collegiate debut on September 25 at third doubles against Roger Williams … Earned his collegiate debut in singles on March 9 at sixth singles … Picked up his first collegiate win on March 12 with an 8-6 victory at third doubles against Curry College … Added his first singles win in the match against Curry, by downing Zach Muller 4-6, 6-2, 10-8 at sixth singles … Went 2-0 in his first-ever LEC match by earning wins at third doubles and sixth singles against UMass Dartmouth … Moved up to fifth singles and earned a 4-6, 7-6 (7-3), 10-6 win at fifth singles against Johnson & Wales … Picked up a pair of wins over Western Connecticut State University on April 22 … Won eight-consecutive matches from April 18-May 6 … Dropped just three games in back-to-back singles victories from April 27-April 29 … Teamed up with Guang Huang for an 8-1 win at third doubles in the LEC Semifinals … Earned an 8-2 win at third doubles in the LEC Championship Match against UMass Dartmouth …

PERSONAL/HIGH SCHOOL Graduated from Boston College High School in 2015 ... Member of the B.C High Tennis team ... Born on November 15, 1996 ... Son of Eriko Platteel ... Has two siblings, Roy and Rolland ... Member of the UMass Boston Student-Athlete Advisory Committee ... Currently majoring in Communications.