Powell earns 91st career win in comeback attempt
Wolfpack will face Tulsa Friday at 11 a.m.
Beck Bond extended his win streak to 10 matches
Bond and Weigel both extend their win streaks
NC State has won its last four matches by a margin of 22-0
2014 Second Team All-ACC Selection
2013-14 (Junior): Won a team best 25 matches in singles ... Posted a team-best six wins against ranked opponents in singles, including then-No. 10 Soren Hess-Olesen of Texas at the ITA All-Americans ... Finished the season ranked No. 64 in the final singles ITA rankings ... Advanced to the round of 16 in the main draw at ITA All-Americans ...Clinched a team-high five matches throughout the year in singles ... Finished the season with 16 wins in doubles ... Clinched the doubles point for the squad in four matches ... Currently ranked eighth all-time in program history with 71 singles victories ... Earned an at-large bid into the NCAA Singles Championship, before falling in the first round ... Named ACC Men's Tennis Player of the Week on Jan. 14 ... Named second-team All-ACC ... Named to the ACC All-Academic Team.
2012-13 (Sophomore): Led the team in singles wins with 21, spanning from fall play ... Recorded seven wins against ACC opponents, the most on the team ... Went the entire month of March without a loss in singles play, posting a perfect 7-0 mark ... Was rewarded for his efforts after collecting wins against Wisconsin, Florida State and Miami with the ACC Player of the Week award ... Notched a perfect 4-0 record when playing at the No. 3 spot in the singles lineup ... Only Wolfpack player to enter the ITA singles rankings during the season ... Clinched the overall match with his win at the No. 3 spot in the lineup against Clemson and Georgia Tech ... Added nine wins to his credit in doubles play while partnering with Beck Bond, including an upset win over Auburn's 51st-ranked duo of Dennis Lengsfeld and Lucas Lopasso, 8-6, in the first round of the NCAA Tournament to clinch the doubles point for the Wolfpack ... Named to the All-ACC Academic Team
2011-12 (Freshman): Finished his freshman campaign with 25 wins, including 16 in dual matches during the spring ... Began the spring season with 10 consecutive victories ... Competed in three tournaments in the fall, advancing to the finals of the division II bracket of the Southern Intercollegiate Championships in Athens, Ga., winning four consecutive matches before falling in the finals ... Posted the second-most wins on the team
Prep: Tabbed a five-star recruit by Tennis Recruiting Network ... Ranked the No. 2 player in Alabama, No. 16 in the southeast and No. 64 nationally ... Coached by former NC State All-American and all-time career victories leader Jay Weinacker at Smith Stearns Tennis Academy