Ellis Lora-Arceo
Ellis Lora-Arceo
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Chicago, Ill.
High School: Whitney Young
Major: Economics
CAREER STATS
YEAR 1 2 3 4 5 6 T SINGLES 1 2 3 T DOUBLES OVERALL
2013-14 0-3 8-15 --- --- --- --- 0-2 8-20 12-16 --- --- 0-2 12-18 20-38
2014-15 --- 6-7 7-6 --- --- --- 0-1 13-15 4-3 1-1 10-7 1-2 16-13 29-28
2015-16 --- 1-1 2-1 10-3 --- --- --- 13-5 4-4 8-3 --- --- 12-7 25-12
2016-17 --- 2-0 4-1 7-10 --- --- --- 13-11 9-6 8-4 --- --- 17-10 30-21
Total 0-3 17-23 13-8 17-13 0-0 0-0 0-3 47-51 29-29 17-8 10-7 1-4 57-48 104-99

 

AWARDS
YEAR AWARDS
2013-14 1st varsity letter
2014-15 2nd varsity letter
Forester Athlete of the Week (April 30)
2015-16 3rd varsity letter 
2016-17 4th varsity letter
Team Captain
Midwest Conference Champion (#2 Doubles)

 

OTHER NOTABLES
YEAR NOTES
2013-14 Saw action in each of the Foresters' 26 dual matches
Ranked fifth on the team in both singles and doubles victories
Split his four singles and doubles matches against Midwest Conference North Division opponents
With Anthony Warren, posted the second-highest single-season win total by a #1 doubles team in program history
Won in both doubles and singles play in five matches
Recorded back-to-back victories in doubles four times and singles three times on the season
Earned first career win against Concordia University Wisconsin at #1 doubles on Feb. 15
Posted first career singles victory at #2 against North Central College on Feb. 28
Won three of five #2 singles matches during team's Spring Break trip to Hilton Head, South Carolina, March 10-13
Reached the quarterfinals at #1 doubles and #2 singles consolation final at the MWC Championships April 26-27
2014-15 Appeared in all but one of the team's 26 dual matches
Led the Foresters in doubles victories, matching the seventh-highest single-season total in program history
Also ranked third on the team in overall wins and fifth in singles victories
Posted a 4-3 singles record and 7-1 doubles mark against Midwest Conference opponents
Won in both singles and doubles in nine matches
Played with four different doubles partners
Victory at #2 singles broke a 4-4 tie against Roger Williams University on March 12
Won seven of eight doubles matches from March 28-April 18
Prevailed 9-8 (13-11) at #3 doubles and also won at #3 singles at St. Norbert College on April 11
Three-set victory at #3 singles against Monmouth College sent team to MWC Tournament final on April 24
Runner-up at #3 singles and #3 doubles at the MWC Championships April 25-26
2015-16 Played in the team's first 19 dual matches before missing the final five due to injury
Ranked fourth on the team in singles and doubles victories
Went 4-1 in singles and 5-1 in doubles during Midwest Conference play
Prevailed in both doubles and singles play during the same match 11 times
Earned the Foresters' victory-clinching point a team-high six times
Won seven straight singles matches from Feb. 26-April 2
Posted a 4-0 singles record and 2-2 doubles mark during Spring Break trip to Orlando, Florida, March 7-10
Won last three singles matches and final four doubles contests of the season 
2016-17 Competed in each of the Foresters' dual matches
Led the team in doubles victories and tied for second on the squad in overall wins and fourth in singles triumphs
Doubles victory total on the season ranks tied-for-sixth in program history
Went 6-2 in doubles ad 5-3 in singles during Midwest Conference matches
Won in both doubles and singles play in a match nine times
Posted seven singles and doubles win in the team's first nine matches from Jan. 28-March 4
Won five consecutive doubles matches from Feb. 12-March 4 and four in a row from April 1-9
Prevailed at #2 doubles against Cornell College in the semifinals of the MWC Team Tournament on April 28
Reached the #4 singles semifinals and captured a league title at #2 doubles at the MWC Individual Tournaments April 29-30
Won 20 career doubles matches with Trevor Allen, matching the fifth-highest total by a doubles team in program history
Finished four seasons ranked third in team annals in doubles wins and sixth in overall victories