Fall 2011: Tallied a 4-3 singles record, winning three of his final four matches of the season ... Won Flight C of the ECU Fall Shootout ... Teamed with Damien Brenard for a 5-3 doubles record. 2010-11: Compiled a 7-8 overall singles record ... Finished the season by winning six of his last 10 matches ... Longest winning streak of the season was three ... Six of his seven victories occurred in straight sets ... Posted a 3-5 singles record during the fall invitational season ... Paired with Mario Martinez to compile a 4-2 doubles record, while winning his lone double match teamed with Nathan Smiley. 2009-10: Did not participate. 2008-09:
Compiled a perfect 7-0 record during the spring dual meet season, going 6-0 at No. 6 singles ... Split 10 singles (5-5) matches during fall tourney play ... Captured consolation title at the North Carolina Invitational in Chapel Hill after rolling to a 3-1 mark ... One of only three players who participated in all three fall events ... Partnered with Henrik Skalmerud for a 4-2 doubles record, winning two of three at both UNC Wilmington tournaments. 2007-08: Turned in an overall .500 mark (2-2) in four singles matchups during freshman campaign ... Won three of five in doubles action ... Captured only spring singles match played, defeating Winston-Salem State's Troy Moore (6-1, 6-0) at the No. 4 slot on March 5 ... Partnered with Matt Peeler in one spring doubles event as the tandem blanked Moore and Ryan Lindquist of WSSU 8-0 ... Teamed with Greg Simon (2-1) and Mike Catalano (0-1) for a composite 2-2 fall doubles record during initial semester in Pirate program ... Also logged a 1-2 singles mark during the autumn, picking up first collegiate victory against South Carolina States' Vickram Guatham (6-4, 6-3) at the UNC Invitational in Chapel Hill. High School/Junior Tennis: A four-year letterman and team captain for the Dolphins and coach Dana Boseman at Dana Hills (Calif.) High School ... Lead team to a California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) Southern Sectional title with a 32-3 record at No. 1 as a senior ... Was 33-5 as a junior, helping DHHS win the CIF championship ... Advanced to the quarterfinals of the California Bowl ... Nominated by the USTA for association's top sportsmanship award ... Ranked No. 1 on the "Hot 100" list by tennisrecruiting.net in the month of December (2006). Personal: Full name is David Joseph Masciorini ... Born July 26, 1988 in Dana Point, Calif. ... Son of Michael and Connie Masciorini ... Major is management with concentration in entrepreneurship and small business management.
Coach Heinchon on David Masciorini: "Dave brings with him a lot of experience and leadership. He has really helped show all of the guys what it means to work hard and get better. Dave has gotten so much better in his time here and I expect him to continue in that direction in his last season and help us win matches."