CLINTON, S.C. – Presbyterian College head men’s tennis coach Patrick Fediuk announced the signing of three student-athletes for the 2018 season on Friday. Daniel Stenger, Luis Conde and Britton Bellamy will each join the team when school starts later this month.

“I couldn’t be happier to about Daniel, Luis and Britton joining our program,” said Fediuk. “All of them are great players and good character kids that will allow us to continue building our great culture. One thing that stood out to me with all of them is their excitement to be a Blue Hose. These are student-athletes that will make not just Blue Hose tennis better, but PC as a whole better as well.”

PC will look to defend its Big South Championship in 2018 after taking both the regular season and tournament titles in 2017 en route to its first NCAA Tournament in its Division I era.

Daniel Stenger
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: Born February 5, 1998…majoring in business management

Luis Conde
Before PC:
State, regional and national champion in Venezuela…reached the finals in multiple ITF U18 international tournaments…also played soccer, winning a state championship as a midfielder…worked with people with disabilities and elderly people
Personal: Born August 3, 1999…son of Jose Conde and Maria Alcocer…majoring in business

Britton Bellamy
Before PC:
Four-time All-State and All-Region selection at Socastee High School…No. 1 singles player on four region championship teams…finished his high school career with a 77-4 record at the team’s top position…graduated cum laude…a member of the math honors society, Spanish honors society, Spanish club, history club and Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)…spent time volunteering at youth tennis camp
Personal: Born January 8, 1999…son of Scott and Valarie Bellamy…majoring in biology