Chris Fletcher
Chris  Fletcher


Windsor, Ontario, Canada

High School:
Vincent Massey Secondary




Men’s Tennis Downed by Monmouth

Colonials set to face Temple tomorrow at noon


Men’s Tennis Falls to Middle Tennessee State in Home Opener

Colonials to host Monmouth on Feb. 10


Men’s Tennis Set to Host Middle Tennessee State

Colonials aim to grab first victory of the season


Men's Tennis 2018 Season Outlook

Colonials look to take back A-10 title


Men’s Tennis Wraps up Fall Season at Dick Vitale

Colonials bow out of tournament play

2016-17: Atlantic 10 All-Conference First Team... Ranked second on the team in singles wins with a 19-9 record, including a dominant 15-5 mark in dual match play...Competed primarily at the Nos. 2-3 positions in singles action...Ranked second on the squad with an overall 20-6 doubles record, notching a 14-4 mark in doubles play, earning all but three decisions in top-flight action...Went 3-1 against A-10 foes in doubles...Defeated No. 113 Luis Marillo Diaz of Middle Tennessee in third-flight singles...Downed No. 123 Roberto Livi of St. John's at No. 2 singles..Named A-10 Player of the Week on Jan. 31 and March 7...Won A Flight doubles title at fall Joe Hunt Invitational... Fall 2016 GW Athletics Academic Dean's List member.

2015-16: Atlantic 10 All-Conference Second Team selection...Won doubles matches in A-10 quarterfinal and semifinal rounds to help GW win A-10 crown...Posted overall 10-17 singles record with a 7-12 dual match mark playing at the Nos. 2-4 positions...Tallied overall 11-13 doubles record with a 7-11 dual match mark playing among all three positions...Paired with Christos Hadjigeorgiou for Red Flight doubles title at fall Wolfpack Invitational...Named to Fall 2015 GW Athletics Academic Dean's List.

2014-15: Atlantic 10 All-Conference First Team selection in breakout freshman campaign...Finished season with a 13-18 overall singles mark with an 8-15 dual match record in the spring season, playing primarily at the No. 3 position...Posted a 10-15 doubles record with a 5-14 dual match mark, playing at the Nos. 1 and 3 positions...Downed nationally ranked No. 66 pair of Lucas Hejhal and Vaidik Munshaw of St. John's with partner Francisco Dias on April 5...Recorded key victory against opponent from top-seeded Richmond in 2015 Atlantic 10 Championship semifinals...Helped the Colonials win their fourth A-10 title in five years...Member of GW Athletics Academic Dean's List for Fall 2014 semester.

High School: Two-time team MVP at Vincent Massey Secondary...Rogers Canadian National Championships U-18 doubles champion and top eight in singles (2014), doubles finalist (2013), U-16 doubles semifinalist and top six in singles (2012)...Reached top 3 in singles at Ontario Provincial Championships U-18 (2014) and outdoor doubles semifinalist (2012), U-16 doubles champion at indoor and outdoor championships and singles indoor finalist (2012) and doubles finalist (2011)...2013 Canadian National Selections U-18 singles champion, indoor U-16 singles champion (2012), outdoor U-16 singles finalist (2012) and U-16 singles champion (2011)...Reached highest U-18 Canadian ranking of No. 9 and No. 4 in Ontario in 2013...Earned a U-16 No. 3 ranking in Canada and No. 2 in Ontario in 2012...Winner of 2012 Sportsmanship Award...Helped squad win Ontario Provincial Championships U-18 (2012), U-16 (2012) and U-16 (2011)...Earned silver in singles in 2013-14 and bronze in 2012-13...SWOSSA singles champion in 2011-12 and 2013-14, singles silver in 2012-13 and doubles silver in 2010-11...Won WECSSA singles in 2011-12 and 2013-14, singles silver in 2012-13 and doubles silver in 2010-11...Also competed in track and cross country...Recipient of Massey STAR Award (2010-14) and Massey M Award (2010-13)for athletic achievements...Earned academic medal for academic excellence from 2010-14...Ontario Scholar in 2013-14...Recipient of Gordon Caldwell memorial Leadership Award (2014).

Personal: Born Christopher Steven Sai Yuen Fletcher on July 5, 1996 in Windsor, Ontario...Son of Rose and Steven Fletcher...Intends to major in biology at GW.

Year Overall Dual Match Tournament Overall Dual Match Tournament
2014-15 13-18 8-15 5-3 10-15 5-14 5-1
2015-16 10-17 7-12 3-5 11-13 7-11 4-2
2016-17 19-9 15-5 4-4 20-6 14-4 6-2
Totals 42-44 30-32 12-12 41-34 26-29 15-5

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