Richard Brunsting
Richard Brunsting
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Nashville, Tenn.
High School: Montgomery Bell Academy
Major: Nutrition

Career: Finished with the second-most doubles wins (66) in program history.
Singles: 30-29
Doubles: 66-36

2012-13: Served as a team captain...posted a 2-3 singles record and went a combined 21-8 in doubles action with three different partners...teamed with classmate Alex Solove for a 18-8 doubles record, including a 9-7 mark at No. 3 and a 4-1 performance at No. 2...duo won both NCAA Championship Tournament matches versus pairs from Wilkes University (Pa.) and No. 2 nationally ranked Kenyon College. 

2011-12: Posted a 4-5 mark in singles play with one win in dual match play…went a combined 19-12 in doubles action with three different partners…teamed with Sean Carr for a 16-11 overall mark with a 12-7 dual record, including a 10-6 performance at No. 2…earned team’s lone point along with Carr in an 8-4 victory at No. 2 doubles in UAA Championship Tournament versus No. 2 nationally ranked Emory…finished with Carr as the No. 22-ranked doubles team in the ITA Central Region.

2010-11: Posted a 15-9 overall record in singles action...competed mostly at fifth (6-6) and sixth (3-0) singles during dual match play…finished with an overall mark of 15-8 in doubles competition…competed mostly at No. 3 doubles and posted a 7-2 dual match record with partner Rohan Patel.

2009-10: Finished with a 9-12 singles record as a freshman…compiled an overall doubles mark of 11-8…partnered with John Smetona for an 8-6 record at No. 1 doubles and a 3-0 mark at No. 3.

Personal: Earned four varsity tennis letters as well as two in cross country at Montgomery Bell Academy…named all-region in tennis for four-consecutive seasons and was tabbed as MVP in 2009…son of Trey Brunsting and Karyn Strauss.