Arizona State: 1998-99 (Junior): Earned doubles All-American honors with Jeff Williams at the No. 1 slot … finished ranked 10th in the country … recorded a 19-10 overall doubles record and a 7-2 mark in Pac-10 action … posted 22 wins in singles play, mainly at the No. 4 spot … tallied a 7-4 Pac-10 record … named to the GTE/District VIII Academic All-American team … was a first-team All-Pac-10 Academic selection.
1997-98 (Sophomore): Won the 1998 Intercollegiate Tennis Association National Summer Doubles Championship in Urbana, Ill. ... did not lose a set in all three of their matches ... earned a spot in the U.S. Open Qualifying Tournament ... fell in opening round to Holmes/Painter of Australia, 5-7, 6-4, 1-6 … posted a career-best 22 singles wins ... had 10-9 mark at the No. 3 spot and a 1-1 record at No. 2 ... defeated UCSB's Daniel Rheydt in the finals of the Rolex/ITA Regional consolations ... part of ASU's No. 1 doubles tandem, recording a 12-9 dual record and a 14-11 overall mark ... had a team-high eight match win streak ... GTE Academic All-America selection ... first-team All-Pac-10 Academic selection.
1996-97 (Freshman): Had an excellent first year, posting a 13-9 dual record between the No. 4, 5 and 6 spots ... had an overall record of 18-17 ... recorded a 5-5 dual record in Pac-10 play, including wins over USC, Stanford and Arizona ... went 18-11 in doubles action ... teamed with Sergio Elias at No. 1 doubles ... the tandem twice defeated the nation's second-ranked team of UCLA's Kevin Kim and Eric Lin ... Carter and Elias also advanced to the second-round of the NCAA doubles championship by knocking off the second-seeded and seventh-ranked team from Fresno State 6-3, 6-4 ... the duo finished the year ranked 18th in the country ... also excelled in the classroom by maintaining a perfect 4.0 grade-point average ... was honored at the ASU Maroon & Gold Scholar-Athlete banquet for his efforts.
High School/Juniors: A 1996 graduate of the Columbus Academy in Columbus, Ohio ... lettered four years in tennis ... captain of the tennis team from 1995-96 ... won one national doubles championship ... selected all-city in 1996 ... all-Ohio state selection from 1993-96 ... named MVP from 1994-96 ... newcomer of the year in 1993 ... posted a 40-2 record his senior year ... overall compiled an astounding 140-10 singles record at Columbus Academy ... placed second in the state in singles ... coached by John Dod ... also lettered three-times in cross country, once in basketball and once in football ... named C.C. MVP from 1994-95 as well.
Personal: Major is liberal arts ... enrolled in the ASU honors college ... list most exciting experience in sports as winning the national doubles championship ... hobbies include listening to music, playing different sports and running ... parents are Edward and Susan Carter of Columbus, Ohio ... has one younger brother, Matthew (18) ... born December 26, 1977 in Ann Arbor, Michigan ... full name is Edward Matthew Carter.
Carter's Career Record