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After two seasons of action, he ranks fourth on the school's all-time list with a .833 winning percentage (45-9) in singles play ... 45 victories in doubles are just six wins shy of tying for the No. 25 spot on Emroy's all-time ladder.
Fine second year with the program that was highlighted with All-America honors after he and Elliot Kahler became the first duo in school history to claim the NCAA D-III Doubles title ... Wagner and Kahler defeated the Cal Lutheran tandem of Nick Ballou and Raymond Worley, 7-5, 7-5, in the semifinals before topping Robert Kjellberg and Artsiom Prostak of North Carolina Wesleyan, 7-6, 6-1 in the championship encounter ... The Wagner/Kahler team finished with an overall doubles ledger of 24-7 (16-6 at the No. 1 spot) with the victory total tying the school's seventh-highest seasonal effort ... Wagner/Kahler accounted for the Eagles' first point in a 7-2 NCAA third-round win against No. 17 Texas-Tyler with an 8-6 verdict over Daniel Brown and Ryan Ybarra ... Wagner and Kahler rattled off seven straight wins during the spring portion of the schedule (Feb. 19 - Mar. 5) including a 9-8 (7-3) outcome over Kenyon College's CJ Williams and Tim Rosensteel at the National Indoor Championships (Feb. 24) ... Fine performance in singles, racking up an impressive mark of 21-5, including an 18-4 performance in dual competition ... Saw the bulk of his singles action at the No. 3 spot whe he turned in a 13-2 effort ... His .807 winning percentage in singles placed 27th on Emory's single-season ladder (minimum 15 or more wins) ... Captured First Team All-UAA honors at No. 3 singles after going 3-0 at the conference championships ... Gave Emory a 4-2 advantage in an eventual 5-4 decision over No. 24 NC Wesleyan (Apr. 23) with a 6-3, 6-3 win at No. 3 vs. Johan Ljungdahl ... Recorded the squad's lone point vs. D-I member Furman (Mar. 21) with a win over the Palladins' Alex Christ at No. 2 ... Posted a 6-1 record in three-set matches.
Solid rookie year with the Eagles as a key member of both the singles and doubles contingents ... Totaled an impressive overall singles record of 24-3 (21-3 dual) ... Compiled a won-lost ledger of 21-6 in doubles that included a 20-5 effort in dual matches with Elliot Kahler ... Saw the majority of his singles play at the Nos. 3 and 4 positions ... Fashioned a perfect 8-0 record at No. 4 singles and a 12-3 showing at No. 3 ... Played No. 3 singles in the team's final five matches of the year ... Landed First Team All-UAA honors at No. 4 singles after registering three straight-set triumphs at the league championships ... Ended the campaign as the No. 45-ranked D-III singles player in the nation ... Snapped a 4-4 deadlock and provided the clinching point in Emory's 5-4 win over Williams in the national semifinals with a dramatic 6-7, 6-2, 7-5 decision over Matt Micheli at No. 3 singles ... Earlier in that match vs. Williams, he and Kahler rallied from a 2-5 deficit to chalk up an 8-6 triumph at No. 2 doubles that gave the Eagles a 2-1 lead ... Came through with an impressive 6-1, 6-4, win over C.J. Williams of Kenyon in the national championship affair that knotted the match at 2-2 ... He and Kahler accounted for the initial point of the match at No. 2 doubles vs. North Carolina Wesleyan (May 13) in the third round of the NCAA Tournament with an 8-4 win ... Named UAA Player of the Week (Apr. 23) after finishing with a 3-0 record in both singles and doubles, claiming two of his singles victories at No. 4 before upending Alex Cooper of Sewanee, 6-3, 6-0 at No. 3 ... Helped Emory to its first-ever win over Auburn-Montgomery (Feb. 12) with a 6-7, 6-1, 6-2 come-from-behind outcome over Josh Reason at No. 3 singles ... He and Kahler posted the match's first point at No. 2 doubles against Washington and Lee (May 12) in the second round of the NCAA Tourney, followed by a 6-3, 6-1 triumph vs. Jeremy Becht at No. 3 singles that upped the Eagles' advantage to 4-0 ... Won all three of his doubles matches at the ITA National Indoor Championships while picking up straight-set decisions at No. 3 singles against foes from Kenyon and UC-Santa Cruz.
Four-year member of the tennis program at The Wellington School ... Was coached by Klint McHenry and Tom Haddow ... Four-time qualifer in Ohio's Division II Singles Championship and advanced to the title match his senior year ... Took home third place in the Division II Singles Championship as a sophomore ... Division II First Team All-State honoree as a freshman, sophomore and senior and was a second-team choice his junior year ... Was ranked as the No. 6-ranked player in the state of Ohio and 16th in the Great Lakes Region ... Served as a team captain his senior year ... Posted a 25-3 record at No. 1 singles his final campaign.
Son of Chris Wagner.
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