• Biography - Moshe Levy / Men's Tennis
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As a Junior (2008-09):
Went 17-11 overall in singles
Finished season ranked No. 18 in Northeast Region
Earned seven dual wins at Nos. 1 and 2
Captured “A” singles flight at the Cornell Fall Indoor
America East No. 2 singles first team all-conference honors
America East No. 2 doubles first team all-conference honors

As a Sophomore (2007-08):
Earned 12 singles wins at the first through third positions
Also earned 10 double wins
Earned first team America East All-Conference honors for No. 3 doubles
Recorded singles win at No. 3 against #40 Penn State
Also had strong wins against Columbia and Western Michigan
Named to America East All-Academic Team

As a Freshman (2006-07):
Had stellar initial collegiate year on courts
Went 15-10 at third and fourth singles
Battled through injury to earn second team America East all-star honors at third doubles
Won "A" flight consolation draw at fall Cornell Invitational
Went 3-0 at season-opening Bloomsburg Invitational
Posted doubles win against Boston University at America East Championship
Won at singles and doubles in regular season tilt with St. Bonaventure
Scored team's lone point in loss to Dartmouth

Before Binghamton:
No. 1 ranked boys player in Israel
Became youngest player in ATP history to earn ATP point at age 14
Was ranked either No. 1 or No. 2 in Israel in age 14s, 16s and 18s
Played for Israel National Team in all three ages groups
Ranked No. 25 in international for juniors (ETA) and No. 245 in ITF

Personal:
Born February 18, 1983
Parents are Michal and Shimon Levy
Majoring in management.

 
Binghamton University Sports
 •  Moshe Levy
bu athletes    Class   Senior
bu athletes    Height   5-7
bu athletes    Hometown   Ra'ananna, Israel
bu athletes    High School   De-Cart