Arnav Patodia
Arnav Patodia
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Kochi, India
High School: United World College of South East Asia
Major: Economics

2018-19 Results, singles & doubles

2017-18 Results, singles & doubles

2016-17 Results, singles & doubles

Career Honors:
- Two-time Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll (2018, 19)
- Three-time ITA Scholar-Athlete (2017, 18, 19)

2018-19: Named to the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll … ITA Scholar-Athlete … Went 10-10 in singles (4-2 CC), playing at No. 6 in the lineup … Posted an 11-14 overall record in doubles (3-4 CC), playing primarily at No. 3 alongside Nick Sweeney where that pairing was 10-13 (3-4 CC) together … Advanced to the quarterfinals of the ITA Regional Championship Flight C singles draw (9/28) … Was 2-1 in 10-point tiebreaks, winning those matches against Occidental (3/15) and Franklin & Marshall (4/6) … Won in straight-sets against No. 38 Stevens (3/27) … Advanced to the championship match of the ITA Regional Championship Flight A doubles draw with Sweeney before falling in a tiebreak (9/28-29) … Won tiebreak doubles matches during the spring against No. 30 TCNJ (3/20) and Muhlenberg (4/10).

2017-18: Named to the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll … ITA Scholar-Athlete ... Won in straight sets at No. 6 singles against the College of Wooster (3/17) in his only completed singles match … Posted a 2-1 record in doubles, advancing to the quarterfinals of the B1 doubles draw at the ITA Atlantic South Regional Championship (9/30 – 10/1) … Teamed up with Caleb Mayer for a win at No. 3 doubles against Muhlenberg (3/27).

2016-17: ITA Scholar-Athlete ... Won nine of his 10 doubles matches, going 4-0 in Centennial Conference action and tying for the team lead in doubles victories … Went 2-1 in singles, posting a 2-0 conference record with wins at No. 5 against McDaniel (3/25) and No. 6 against Dickinson (4/23) … Played every doubles match with Rob Kresch, splitting action between No. 2 and No. 3 doubles … Advanced to the finals of the Blue 1 doubles draw at the ITA Atlantic South Region Championships (10/1-2) … Closed the year with five straight victories in which he and Kresch allowed two or fewer games in four of those matches.

High School: Awarded for outstanding contribution to tennis (2013-16) … Player of the Year (2015-16) … Two-time Team MVP (2013-14 & 2015-16) … Team’s Most Improved Player (2013-14) … Tennis Service Award … Participated in Boarding House Student Council, Sports Journalism, and Market Forum.

Personal: Son of Mala and Umang Patodia … Older sister, Aanavi, attends Colby College.