Hello, My Name is ... Cole Fiegel

Dec. 2, 2014

THE FLATS – A three-star player ranked as high as No. 81 nationally before he enrolled at Georgia Tech, Cole Fiegel went 20-14 as a freshman, tying for the team lead in singles wins despite having to play higher in the lineup due to injuries to other players.

Fiegel is a strong, athletic, left-handed player who established himself in the Tech lineup as a freshman. Last summer, he won the singles title as the No. 6 seed at an ITA Summer Circuit event in Tallahassee, Fla., never losing a set until the finals, where he defeated the No. 2 seed.

Shoe Size: 13
Roommate: Daniel Yun, Elijah Melendez, Carlos Benito, Nathan Rakitt, Christopher Eubanks
Interests/Hobbies: soccer
Three Words That Describe Me: passionate, compassionate, driven
Favorite Food: salmon
Favorite Late Night Snack: cereal
Meal I Prepare Most Often: Pasta with eggs
Favorite Spot on Campus: CCF
Favorite Childhood Activity: Baseball
Favorite TV Channel: ESPN
Moment in History I’d Like to Have Witnessed: Nadal winning
Celebrity Crush: Emma Watson
Biggest Fear: snakes
Job I’d Like Outside of Tennis: managing
Favorite Sports Movie: Moneyball
Favorite Non-Sports Movie: Bourne Ultimatum
Best Sports Talent Besides Tennis: baseball, pitching
Favorite Pro Athlete: Lionel Messi
Favorite Pro Team: Miami Heat
Favorite Georgia Tech Sport to Watch: volleyball
Most Memorable Sports Moment: having a perfect 21-0 season in little league
Pregame Ritual: chair, headphones
My Focus This Summer: training
Favorite Coach Thorne Phrase: Weak is he who allows his thoughts to control his actions, strong is he who forces his actions to control his thoughts
What I Like Most About Georgia Tech: The competitive atmosphere

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