After a distinguished four-year career as a member of the Emory tennis program, Rafe Mosetick moves over to the coaching side of things for the 2016-17 season.
Mosetick competed for Emory from 2012 through 2016, finishing with a career singles record of 91-29. He capped his stint as an Eagle in the No. 5 spot on the program's all-time chart in singles wins and was 14th in singles winning percentage (.758). An accomplished doubles player as well, Mosetick's 59 wins ranked among the school's all-time top 20. His final year of action saw him compile a singles slate of 27-8, good for a seventh-place tie on Emory's seasonal ladder for wins.
Mosetick earned All-America honors as a senior after capturing the singles crown at the ITA Regional Championship. Mosetick competed in the Small College Championships and advanced to the D-III championship match. He was named the University Athletic Association's 2015-16 Most Valuable Player and selected as the ITA Atlantic South Region Senior Player of the Year. Rafe competed in the 2016 NCAA D-III Singles Championship, winning his opening two matches en route to advancing to the quarterfinals. He concluded his senior season as the No. 6-ranked singles player in the D-III ranks and was No. 1 in the Atlantic South Region.
A member of the 2015 and 2016 Emory squads that won UAA titles, Mosetick garnered First Team All-UAA singles honors on three occasions during his career.