Slade Dumas
Slade Dumas
Height: 5-9
Weight: 140
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Great Falls, Va.
High School: Dominion

  2019-20
 
  • Posted a 3-1 singles record and a 2-2 doubles match in a season that was shortened due to COVID-19
  • Named Landmark Conference Athlete of the Week
  • Earned a 1-6, 6-4, 11-9 win against No. 40 College of New Jersey on March 8
  • Ended his career with a 59-20 singles record and a 40-18 doubles record in his career
  • Ranks fourth in program history with 59 career wins
   2018-19
 
  • Finished 17-7 in singles play and 16-6 record in doubles
  • Named All-Landmark Conference second team for singles and doubles
  • Named Landmark Conference Athlete of the Week after going 4-0 on Spring Break
  • Did not allow a game in 14 sets
  • Registered an 11-match winning streak and won 15 of final matches that were finished
  • Posted singles and doubles wins in Landmark Conference championship match
  • Notched second NCAA Tournament win (8-0) and first NCAA Tournament win (6-0, 6-0) against Baruch on May 9
  2017-18
 
  • Recorded a 22-5 singles record and a 17-7 in doubles action
  • Notched the second-most wins in single season program history with 22 victories
  • Tallied 20 of his 22 wins in straight sets
  • Did not allow a game in 14 sets
  • Defeated a College of New Jersey player 3-6, 7-6, 10-5 on March 9
  • Posted doubles wins in the conference semifinals and championship matches
  • Teamed with Elliot Diehl to win 8-2 against Messiah in NCAA Tournament on May 11
  2016-17
 
  • Posted a 17-7 singles record and 5-3 mark in doubles
  • Did not allow a game in 16 sets
  • Won 16 of 17 matches in straight sets
  • Notched a 6-2, 6-0 win against York for first collegiate singles win on September 24
  HIGH SCHOOL
 
  • Played on the boys tennis team at Dominion
  • Served as team captain for one year
  • Posted a 68-16 record in his high school career
  • Helped his team to the Virginia State semifinals as a senior
  PERSONAL
 
  • Majoring in communications
  • The son of Rene and Steven Dumas