Scott Rubinstein
Scott Rubinstein
Height: 6-1
Weight: 180
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Madison, CT
High School: Daniel Hand

Closed out his four years as an Eagle in the No. 8 spot on the program's list with 77 doubles victories.

Senior (2017-18):
Captured All-America honors in doubles for the third straight season ... Second Team All-UAA at No. 1 doubles ... Named the Atlantic South Region Senior Player of the Year ... Google Cloud Academic All-District Team ... He and partner James Spaulding captured UAA Co-Player of the Week honors after playing their way to All-America accolades after winning their first three matches and advancing to the finals of the NCAA D-III Doubles Championships ... He and Spaulding defeated the Chicago duo of Tyler Raclin and Jeremy Yuan, 6-3, 6-2, in the national semifinals after topping Carnegie Mellon's Chaz Downing and Daniel Levine, 7-6, 2-6, 7-5 in the quarterfinals ... The Rubinstein/Spaulding tandem ended the campaign as the No. 3-ranked doubles team in all of D-III and first in the Atlantic South Region, posting an overall mark of 23-13, 13-1 during the spring portion of the schedule ... Rubinstein and Spaulding went 4-0 in doubles and bought home first-place honors at the Grizzly Open (Oct. 13-15) ... Rubinstein and Spaulding accounted for the match's first point in an eventual win vs. Chicago in the semifinals of the ITA National Indoor Championships, posting an 8-3 verdict vs. Chicago's Nicolas Chua and Ninan Kumar ... Accounted for two of Emory's points in a whitewash of No. 23 North Carolina Wesleyan (May 13) in the final of the NCAA Atlanta Regional, pairing up with Spaulding to notch an 8-3 victory vs. Ioannis Brokakis and Roberto Puig that gave Emory a 2-0 lead, while his 6-0, 6-0 verdict vs. Augustin Gonzales at six singles boosted the team to a 4-0 cushion ... Totaled an overall singles record of 14-8, 9-4 at the No. 6 spot ... Played a key role in Emory's defense of the ITA National Indoor Championship, battling to a 6-2, 5-7, 6-3 triumph at six singles vs. Tommy Entwistle that snapped a 4-4 tie and gave the Eagles the 5-4 verdict vs. No. 16 Gustavus Adolphus in the opening ... Came through with a huge 6-3, 7-5 win over Claremont-Mudd-Scripps' Avinash Ananth at six singles that drew Emory even at 4-4 (after trailing, 1-4) in an eventual 5-4 win over the Stags in the ITA Indoor Championships final ... Won five straight encounters (Mar. 24 - Apr. 26), all of which came in straight sets.

Junior (2016-17):
Played his way to All-America accolades in doubles along with James Spaulding for the second straight season by virtue of their No. 3 seed and opening-round victory at the NCAA D-III Championships over John Wynne and Kai Yuen Leung of Skidmore College, 6-2, 6-3 ... He and Spaulding concluded the season as the No. 4-ranked doubles team in Division III and were No. 1 in the Atlantic South Region ... Finished with an overall doubles record of 21-11, 17-9 with Spaulding at the No. 1 position ... Gave the singles lineup a boost, moving into the No. 6 slot over the squad's final 10 matches of the year, compiling a won-lost record of 5-2 ... Gave Emory the lead for good at 3-2 in an eventual 5-2 verdict over No. 7 Bowdoin in the semis of the NCAA D-III Championships, bettering Luke Carstens, 6-3, 6-4, at six singles ... Captured all three of singles outings at the UAA Championships (Apr. 21-23) including a 7-5, 6-4, verdict over Shaun Berman of Washington University in the Eagles' 8-1 triumph in the finals ... He and Spaulding were selected First Team All-UAA at first doubles ... Battled to a come-from-behind 9-7 victory with Spaulding over the Rochester tandem of Masaru Fujimaki and Aaron Mevorach that gave the Eagles a 3-0 advantage, leading to a 9-0 final outcome in the quarters of the UAA Championships ... He and Spaulding won the last three games in an 8-6 victory over the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps duo Nikolai Parodi and Daniel Morkovine, which gave the team a 3-0 lead in the eventual 5-2 decision over the Stags in the finals of the D-III Championships ... Helped Emory to a 6-3 win at No. 15 Trinity (Apr. 1) with a dramatic 9-8 decision at No. 1 doubles over Matt Tyer and Wilson Lambeth that gave Emory a 2-1 edge in the contest ... He and Spaulding won their opening three doubles matches en route to advancing to the Round of Eight at the ITA South Region Championships ... Boosted the Eagles to a 3-0 match cushion vs. Chicago (Feb. 26) in the finals of the ITA National Indoor Championships when he and Spaulding posted a 9-8 decision over Ninan Kumar and Erik Kerrigan in the team's 5-1 triumph. 

Sophomore (2015-16):
Enjoyed a fine second season in the program that saw him capture All-America honors in doubles along with James Spaulding ... The Rubinstein/Spaulding combo were selected to compete in the NCAA D-III Doubles Championship where they won their opening match, a 6-2, 6-1 verdict over Mohauad Alhouni and Andres Saenz of Gustavus Adolphus ... Rubinstein and Spaulding ended the year as the No. 6-ranked doubles team in Division III and No. 3 in the Atlantic South Region ... Compiled an overall doubles record of 19-13, 17-12 with Spaulding, which included a 16-10 slate at the No. 1 position ... Strong doubles showing during Emory's postseason run, going 4-0 at No. 1, including an 8-3 decision over Kenyon College's in the NCAA quarterfinals Sam Geier and Tristan Kaye, who would go on and eventually claim the D-III national title ... He and Spaulding clawed to an epic 9-7 victory over Trinity's Paxton Deuel and Matt Tyer that gave the Eagles a 3-0 lead in an eventual 5-0 triumph in the NCAA Atlanta Regional Finals ... Rubinstein and Spaulding opened the Stag-Hen Invitational with an 8-5 outcome over Case Western Reserve's CJ Krimbill and Louis Stuerke, who ended the season ranked No. 3 nationally ... Rubinstein and Spaulding came away with an 8-6 victory at No. 1 doubles over Kenyon's Geier/Kaye at the ITA National Indoor Championships ... He and Spaulding earned an impressive 8-3 win over the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps pair of Skyler Butts and Daniel Morkovine, who ended the year in the No. 7 slot nationally among D-III tandems.

Freshman (2014-15):
Recorded a 5-6 singles record during his initial season of action ... Won his first three matches in straight sets at the ITA South Region Championships, advancing to the quarterfinals before falling to teammate and eventual champ, Alex Ruderman ... Won his first singles encounter at the Grizzly Open, battling to a come-from-behind win vs. Rafa Hewitt of Point University, 6-7, 6-3, 10-4 ... Saw considerable action in doubles, finishing the season with a 13-10 record ... Teamed with Eric Halpern to win their first three doubles matches en route to advancing to the semifinals of the ITA South Region Championship ... Playing at No. 2 doubles, he and Halpern cruised to an 8-4 decision over the Washington University duo of Kevin Chu and Jason Haugen, helping Emory to a 6-3 outcome in the semifinals of the ITA National Indoor Championships ... The Rubinstein/Halpern tandem came up big in the third round of the NCAA Regionals, scrapping to a 9-7 triumph at No. 3 doubles over Andres Gomez and Fabio Pereira that gave the team a 2-1 edge in an eventual 6-3 win over North Carolina Wesleyan.

High School
Enjoyed a fine career as a four-year member of Daniel Hand tennis program ... Was coached as a prep by Dawn Fagerquist ... Served as his program's captain ... Played No. 1 singles throughout his career and compiled a 99-14 won-lost record ... As a senior, he reached the Class L state finals for the third time ... Earned first team all-state honors all four years ... Four time All-area and All-SCC Divsion I selection ... As a senior, he helped the Tigers to their second straight Southern Connecticut Conference title ... Helped Daniel Hand to state titles in 2013 and 2014 ... Tennis Recruiting Network had him ranked as the No. 2 player in the state and No. 5 in the New England Region.

Son of Michael and Jodi Rubenstein ... Majors in business administration ... National Honor Society Member while in high school ... Class Council member all four years ... Student Leadership Committee.

Career Stats

SINGLES TOTAL 1 2 3 4 5 6 Tour Final Nat'l Rank Final Reg. Rank
2014-15 5-6 --- --- --- --- 1-4 --- 4-2 NR NR
2015-16 2-5 --- --- --- --- 0-1 0-1 2-3 NR NR
2016-17 8-3 --- --- --- --- --- 5-2 3-1    
2017-18 14-8  ---  ---  ---  1-0  3-2  9-4  1-2  NR  NR 
Total 29-22 --- --- --- 1-0 4-7 14-7 10-8  
DOUBLES TOTAL 1 2 3   Tour Final Nat'l Rank Final Reg. Rank
2014-15 14-9 0-2 5-4 4-2 5-1 NR NR
2015-16 19-13 16-10 --- --- 3-3 6 3
2016-17 21-11 17-9 --- --- 4-2 4 1
2017-18 23-13  13-11  ---  ---  10-2  3 1
Total 77-46 46-32 5-4 4-2 22-8