No. 1 Coastal advances to face No. 4 Campbell at 10 a.m. on Monday.
The Chants can win the Big South regular season title outright with a defeat of Radford of Wednesday.
Spring 2015 (Senior): Was named All-Big South in both singles and doubles while leading the Chants to the 2015 Big South Regular Season Championship … Was named the No. 1 doubles Flight Champion alongside partner Kaue Pereira … Played all 16 singles matches at No. 1, finishing with a 9-7 overall record and a 5-2 mark against Big South opponents … Recorded notable non-conference singles wins against #55 UNC Wilmington and Wofford … Defeated conference opponents Gardner-Webb, Longwood, Presbyterian, Campbell and Winthrop in regular season singles matches … Won a No. 1 singles match against Gardner-Webb in the quarterfinals of the Big South tournament … Closed the season with a perfect 7-0 doubles record in conference play, and went 11-7 overall while playing all matches on the first court alongside Pereira … Won a No. 1 doubles match against Campbell in the semifinals of the Big South tournament.
Spring 2014 (Junior): Was the first Chanticleer men's tennis player to earn a national singles ranking by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association, breaking into the Top 125 at #109 on Feb. 11 and peaking at #67 on Feb. 25 ... Was the first Chanticleer player to qualify for the NCAA Men's Tennis Singles Championship where he fell in the first round to #45 Jordi Vives ... On Feb. 15 defeated then-#13 Jordan Vliegen of East Carolina, the highest-ranked opponent ever beaten by a Coastal player ... Was named All-Big South in both singles and doubles ... Finished with a 12-7 overall singles record and won four of seven matches against Big South opponents including Campbell, Winthrop, Gardner-Webb and Longwood ... Took a singles point at No. 1 against Winthrop in the semifinals of the Big South championship ... Recorded a 12-6 overall doubles record and was named the Big South's No. 1 doubles flight champion alongside Leo Christofides after posting a league-best 6-1 record at No. 1 ... Defeated UNC Asheville, Radford, Presbyterian, Liberty, Gardner-Webb and Longwood in conference doubles matches ... Won a No. 1 doubles match against Winthrop in the semifinals of the Big South championship.
At Alabama (Sophomore): Played No. 4 and 5 singles, picking up wins against Clemson, Wake Forest and Arkansas ... Played No. 2 and 3 doubles with wins against LSU, Vanderbilt, Texas A&M and Auburn.
At Alabama (Freshman): Won four matches in singles in addition to eight doubles matches in his first year with the Tide ... Went 2-0 from the No. 5 singles spot in dual match play ... Won both of his doubles mathces partnering with David Vieyra in Alabama's doubleheader against UAB and Samford ... Won his singles matches against Furman and Troy, and partnered with Vikram Reddy for a doubles win over Troy ... Debuted for the Crimson Tide in the spring with a singles win at the UCF Spring Invitational and three doubles wins, with partners Ricky Doverspike and Michael Thompson ... Also picked up singles and doubles victories at the SEC Coaches Indoor Championships.
Prior to Coastal: Trained under Spanish Davis Cup captain and former top-10 ATP player Albert Costa ... Three-time member of the Cyprus Davis Cup team ... Winner of the Cyprus National Tournament (U18) ... Had one of the biggest wins of his career in 2010, topping ITF Wimbledon champion and No. 1 ranked Marton Fucsovics, 2-6, 6-2, 6-2, at the ITS European Championships in Switzerland ... Won his first international title in Israel in 2006 ... Two-time Young Tennis Player of the Year.
Personal: Full name is Filippos Tsangarides ... Son of Costas and Katherine Tsangarides ... Has a brother, Aris.