2016: Big South Scholar-Athlete of the Year, the first PC men’s tennis player to receive the award…also named to the Big South All-Academic team for the second straight year…went 14-14 in singles play and 11-13 in doubles play…one of three players on the team with double-digit wins in both singles and doubles…went undefeated in the Big South Championship, going 3-0 in both singles and doubles…won six three-set singles matches…earned five victories against conference opponents (GWU, RU, CU, UNCA, CCU)…played with five different doubles partners on the year, led by Joel Roberts with eight matches…earned six victories at No. 4 singles to led the team at that flight
2015: Posted a 15-8 (5-3 Big South) record to be one of four PC players to hit the 15-win plateau this season ... Earned Big South Conference wins against Longwood, Radford, Gardner-Webb, UNC Asheville, and Winthrop ... Was 7-4 in doubles action, picking up conference wins against Radford and Gardner-Webb ... Helped PC to its third consecutive 20-win season ... Named to the 2015 Big South All-Academic team.
2014: 2013-14 Big South Conference Freshman of the Year … Big South Conference No. 6 Flight Winner and No. 3 Doubles Winner … A six-time winner of the Big South Conference Freshman of the Week award, more than any other player in the League … Went 20-5 in singles play (6-1 in the Big South) and 23-3 in doubles play (7-1 in the Big South) … Set the school Division I record for freshman singles wins in a season (20), including League victories over Longwood, Liberty, Gardner-Webb, Campbell, UNC Asheville and Coastal Carolina … At the doubles third flight, Grayson Mills and Manzanas went 16-1 together and 7-1 in the Big South … Set a PC Division I freshman record with 23 doubles play … Went on an 18-2 run through most of the season, grabbing non-conference wins over The Citadel, USC Upstate, Richmond, Davidson, Kennesaw State, Nicholls, Appalachian State and South Carolina State … Grabbed a Big South Conference Championship victory in straight sets over Campbell.
High School: Captured regional championship runner-up honors in doubles play with brother Carlos in 2011 ... Acheived a No. 206 ranking.
Personal: Born on September 25, 1995 in Madrid, Spain ... Son of Jose Juan Manzanas and Begoña Lopez ... Cites family as biggest athletic influence ... Major is Physics.
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