UD Men's Tennis BIO
 Alex Sweet

Returned to the Blue Hens men's tennis program in February 2017 as an assistant coach.


Four-time letter winner for the Blue Hens who exhausted his eligibility following the 2016 campaign.

2015-16 SEASON
Picked up a career-high eight singles victories, including a 6-4 mark in dual matches • registered a 5-3 record in the No. 6 spot • also went 1-0 with in the fourth flight • finished season with three straight wins and six of final seven completed matches • collected seven doubles victories alongside Tim Puterio and Blaise Casselbury • posted a doubles mark of 5-2 in fall tournament play.

2014-15 SEASON
Played in 10 singles matches, the majority of which came in the fifth and sixth flights • competed in 14 doubles matches and picked up victories alongside Mike Furr, Shane Jeffray and Tim Puterio.

2013-14 SEASON
Completed season with a 4-14 singles record while going 7-10 in doubles action • paired with Zack Niklaus to go 2-0 in open play to claim the Navy Invitational Doubles Flight Championship • teamed up with Tyler Flematti for a 1-0 doubles record and Tim Puterio for a 3-4 doubles mark.

2012-13 SEASON
Finished first year playing collegiately with a record of 6-8 while going 5-5 in open play • collected a season-best three game winning streak • teamed up with classmate Mike Furr to record a record of 4-3 in doubles action • duo posted a mark of 2-1 in No. 2 doubles while going 2-0 in open play • went 2-1 with Evan Andrews in No. 2 doubles • UD Team Sportsmanship Award honoree.

2012 Florida State High School singles champion • 2011 and 2012 all-conference honoree • helped lead Barron Collier High School to two Florida State Team Championships • played for Eric Manring at BCHS.

Alex Issey-Miyagi Sweet • born June 20, 1994 in Madison, Wis. • son of Gary and Kay Sweet • both parents are heavily involved with tennis as father is a managing partner at a tennis academy and mother is a tennis pro • mother played tennis at Arizona State University • has one younger brother, Alan • grandfather, Atsushi Miyagi, won the 1955 U.S. Open Doubles Championship • majoring in economics • lists the Green Bay Packers as his favorite sports team • enjoys golfing.

 Year  Singles  Doubles
 6-8  8-7
 2013-14  4-14  7-10
 2014-15  1-9  4-10
 2015-16  8-7  7-12
 Totals  19-38  26-39

Click on year for match-by-match results
Position: Assistant Coach
Hometown: Naples, Fla.
High School: Barron Collier
Alma Mater: Delaware
Graduating Year: 2016
Major: Economics
Experience: 1st Year
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