AS A SENIOR (2015-16)
Finished with a 7-4 singles dual record, including a 1-0 mark in SEC play … Singles Highlights: Notched four singles victories in one day during a quad match vs. Jackson State on Feb. 20 … Defeated Tennessee’s Jack Heslin 6-1, 6-2 at the No. 6 spot, earning a point for the Razorbacks in their 5-2 win over the Volunteers … Started the dual season 2-0 with singles wins against UT Arlington and Michigan State, helping Arkansas jump out to a 2-0 mark … Doubles Highlights: Finished with a 3-0 doubles dual record, two victories with David Herrerias and one with Giammarco Micolani … Fall Highlights: Finished with a 6-4 singles record and 1-5 doubles mark.
AS A JUNIOR (2014-15)
Tallied 12 singles wins playing between the two, three and four positions in Spring 2015 … Paired with Johan den Toom to compete in the No. 3 doubles position for the majority of dual play … The duo claimed the best doubles record on the team for Spring 2015 (9-4 overall, 5-3 SEC) and went unbeaten from Feb. 12 – March 29 … Teamed up with freshman David Herrerias to post a team-best 5-2 doubles record in Fall 2014 … Recorded a 4-4 singles record in Fall 2014.
UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
Albanese came to Arkansas from the University of Miami in Fall 2014 … His sophomore year at Miami he posted a 10-8 singles record, playing in the No. 4 and 5 spots … His freshman year he claimed a 13-9 singles record.
Attended Keystone High School … Claimed Class 4A district and regional state titles at No. 1 singles position in 2012 … Runner-up in Class4A state doubles final … Ranked No. 394 by the ITF … Made the semis of Panama bowl and Plantation ITF.
Born March 7, 1994 in Lancaster, Pa. … Son of Anthony and Teresa Albanese … Has one sister, Lauren (21) … Chose Arkansas because of the tennis coaches and its business school … Majoring in finance.