Garik Yedigarian
Garik  Yedigarian


New York, N.Y.

High School:
Midwood HS

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 175


Coastal Carolina Athletics Recognizes Spring Graduates

More than 50 current and former student-athletes earned his or her degree this weekend.


Men's Tennis Holds Off Gardner-Webb, 4-2

No. 1 Coastal advances to face No. 4 Campbell at 10 a.m. on Monday.


Tsangarides Honored, Wednesday's Match Rained Out


Coastal Downs Winthrop to Ensure Conference Title

The Chants can win the Big South regular season title outright with a defeat of Radford of Wednesday.


Men's Tennis Downs Campbell 6-1

The Chants' win plus a Winthrop loss on Friday moves Coastal into first place in the Big South.


Men's Tennis 2013 Durham Regional

Men's Tennis 2013 Durham Regional

Spring 2015 (Senior): Went 8-7 overall in singles matches, splitting time between the second, third and fourth courts … Recorded notable non-conference wins against #73 East Carolina and Wofford … Finished 4-1 in Big South singles matches, picking up wins against Gardner-Webb, Asheville, Campbell and Winthrop … Played primarily at No. 2 and 3 doubles, posting an 8-5 overall record and going undefeated in four Big South doubles matches … Tallied conference doubles victories against Gardner-Webb, Presbyterian, Campbell and Winthrop … Won a No. 3 doubles match versus Gardner-Webb in the quarterfinals of the Big South tournament.

Spring 2014 (Junior): Recorded the team's second-highest winning percentage in singles with a 12-7 overall record ... Went 4-3 in singles against Big South opponents with wins coming against UNC Asheville, Campbell, Presbyterian and Longwood ... Picked up a singles point at No. 3 in Coastal's 4-0 win over Liberty in the quarterfinals of the Big South championship ... Went 11-6 overall in doubles, including a 7-3 mark on the second court ... Was named the Big South's No. 2 doubles flight champion alongside partner Renan Samed after finishing with a league-high 6-1 record against conference opponents at No. 2 ... Won conference doubles matches against Radford, Presbyterian, Winthrop, Liberty, Gardner-Webb and Longwood ... Won a No. 2 doubles match against Liberty in the quarterfinals of the Big South championship.

Spring 2013 (Sophomore): Was voted to the all-conference singles team by the Big South's head coaches for the first time in his career after finishing with a team-best 15-5 singles record ... Was named the No. 3 singles flight winner by the Big South, going 13-4 and winning eight straight matches from March 3-29 ... Was undefeated in regular season conference play, winning all eight matches against Big South opponents ... Claimed a singles victory against Radford in the Big South tournament, and won the match-clinching point against Presbyterian College in the Big South championship match ... Posted a 10-8 (5-3 Big South) doubles record with partner Matias Di Pasquale, finishing 7-6 at No. 1 and 3-2 at No. 2

Fall 2012 (Sophomore): Recorded a doubles victory with partner Garik Yedigarian in the Big Teal vs. Big Orange match against Campbell ... Advanced to the semifinal of the B1 singles flight and B1 doubles flight at the Elon Invitational ... Recorded two singles and a doubles victory at the Virginia Fall Classic ... Defeated NC Central's Fabrice George at the ITA Regional.

Spring 2012 (Freshman): In his first season at Coastal, Yedigarian led the Chanticleers with a 16-3 singles record playing in the No. 3 (1-0), No. 4 (5-0), No. 5 (8-3) and No. 6 (2-0) flights... Ranked No. 167 by ITA tennis after opening the spring season winning 10-of-11 matches... He is the first singles player in Coastal Carolina history to earn a national ranking... Held a 6-1 singles conference record and won a pair of matches in the Big South Conference Championship... Went 8-10 in doubles play with partners Matias Di Pasquale (1-2) and Danny Heidecker (7-8)... Earned Big South Freshman of the Week honors (Feb. 21).

High School: Attended Midwood High School in Brooklyn, N.Y.

Personal: Born in Yerevan, Armenia... Majoring in Sociology... Speaks English, Aremenian, and Russian.



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