2004-05: Earned first team all-conference recognition for his doubles play with Krejci after a 17-2 record at No. 1 (4/29) . . . Teamed with Krejci to defeat Penn and Columbia to advance to the ITA doubles quarterfinals... Posted a two set win at the No. 1 singles spot and teamed with Krejci for an 8-4 win at the No. 1 doubles spot against Sacred Heart... Earned a two set win at the No. 2 singles spot and teamed with Krejci for an 8-5 victory at the No. 1 doubles spot over Wagner... Posted a two set win at the No. 3 singles spot and an 8-4 win at the No. 1 doubles spot teamed with Krejci to defeat Hofstra... Earned a three set victory in singles against Boston College at ECAC Championships...teamed with Jan Krejci at ECAC Champinships to defeat Boston College, 8-1, and Dartmouth, 8-4, at No. 1 doubles. tournament... Teamed with Krejci posted an 8-5 victory over Buffalo... Registered an 8-2 win teamed with Krejci against Army... teamed with Krejci to win against Rutgers 8-4... Earned a two set win against St. Joe's... Teamed with Krejci to win against Princeton 8-4... Posted an 8-2 doubles win while teamed with Jan Krejci versus Lehigh... Won 7-5, 7-5 at No. 2 singles against Lehigh...Beat Colgate wih doubles partner Krejci . . . Downed Binghamton with doubles partner Krejci 8-2 (4/9). . . Posted an 8-5 doubles win with partner Krejci and won the singles match at the three slot vs St. John's (4/8) . . . Won at No. 2 in the semi finals match 5-7, 6-0, 6-2 (4/30) . . .
2003-04: In Flight A singles advanced to the semifinals before falling to eventual winner Joe Novotny of UMBC at the Cornell Invitational (9/22) . . . at the Uconn Invitational advanced in Flight A singles to the finals with a 6-0, 6-1 win over Stefano Salvatore of Quinnipiac and advanced to finals in doubles action with teammate Anonsen only to lose to teammates Crooks and Carpenter (10/5) . . . recorded a victory in both doubles and singles action vs. Wagner (10/11) . . . posted a win in singles action vs. Hofstra 6-4, 6-1 (10/11) . . . picked up a win in the consolation bracket at the ITA Northeast Regional (10/19) . . . finished with a win at the No. 2 doubles spot against Army at the Army Invitational (1/31) . . . won 7-5, 1-6 (11-9) at the No. 1 singles spot against Binghamton at the Army Invitational (1/31) . . . won the No. 2 singles spot against St. Joseph's at the Army Invitational (2/1) . . . recorded an 8-5 win at the No. 2 doubles spot against Colgate (2/6) . . . posted a 9-7 win over Lehigh at the No. 1 doubles spot (2/14) . . . captured a 6-2, 6-2 win over Lehigh at the No. 1 singles spot (2/14) . . . won in both singles and doubles against Howard (2/14) . . . registered an 9-8 (7-1) win at the No. 2 doubles spot and a 6-2, 6-2 win at the No. 1 singles spot versus Boston University (3/20) . . . posted a win in both the No. 1 doubles and No. 1 singles spots against Sacred Heart (3/24)...posted a win in the No. 1 singles against Hartford (3/27)...recorded a win at the No. 1 spot at doubles and the No. 1 spot in singles against Vermont (4/8)...won at the No. 1 singles spot (6-4, 6-1) against Quinnipiac (4/20)...posted a win at both the No. 1 doubles spot (9-7) and No. 1 singles spot (6-2,4-1) against Dowling (4/27)...made the America East all-conference team.
High School: Graduated from Denmark Comprehensive High School in Jerusalem, Israel, in 1999.
Personal: Tal Meir . . . born May 28, 1981, in Jerusalem, Israel . . . son of Shirley and Alec Meir . . . brother of Vered, Roni and Ganit . . . business management major.
Paw Prints: Greatest moment in sports was winning the Israeli national singles and doubles . . . big fan of Pete Sampras . . . if he could spend the day with any three people in the world, they would be Pete Sampras, Britney Spears and President Bush . . . craziest ambition is to climb Mount Everest.