2018: Stenger shined at the No. 5 spot for PC in his first season with the program. The freshman compiled a 14-8 overall record to go with his 6-1 mark against Big South foes. Stenger, a native of Mexico City, Mexico, was twice named the Big South Freshman of the Week this season, coming on February 7 and April 4. Stenger is the second freshman in PC’s D1 era to win at least six Big South matches, joining Bejar, who won seven of eight matches in league play in 2015, as the other to do so. The rookie won seven straight matches at one point, the longest winning streak by a PC player this season. Stenger is the second PC freshman to be named All-Big South, following his teammate Jaime Castillo-Lopez, who was named second team All-Conference last season.
Before PC: Attended the Niagra Academy of Sports in Niagra Falls, Ontario, Canada…Doubles Champion at the 2016 Veneto ITF Junior Championships…three-time doubles National Champion…top 900 ITF ranking…earned No. 4 ranking in Mexico in under 16s…No. 1 in Mexico City as under 14 and 16
Personal: Majoring in business management
|Hometown:||Mexico City, Mexico|
|High School:||Niagra Academy of Sports|