2018-19 // JUNIOR SEASON
Doubles Stats | Singles Stats | Named the Horizon League Player of the Year for the second straight season, and earned a spot on the All-Horizon League First Team…named to the seven-member Horizon League All-Academic Team…became the first Viking all-time to earn a national ranking as he started the spring season ranked #113 in the Oracle/ITA Singles Rankings…also picked up a national doubles ranking with Benjamin Slade as the duo finished the year ranked #90 in the Oracle/ITA Doubles Rankings…finished the year with a 24-10 singles record, including a 16-6 mark at No. 1 singles during dual match play…currently ranks ninth on the CSU Singles Wins List with 70 career victories…posted a perfect 6-0 record against league opponents in regular season matches…notched the clinching point in the #HLMTEN Championship match to help the Vikings capture their second straight league title…picked up a league-leading three Horizon League Singles Player of the Week honors…recorded a team-best 21-9 doubles record on the year, including a 15-7 mark at the No. 1 spot during the spring season…teamed up with Benjamin Slade to record a 19-7 doubles mark on the year, as the duo picked up a pair of Horizon League Doubles Team accolades…selected to participate in the Oracle/ITA Masters and ITA All-American Championship during the fall campaign…advanced to the second round of the singles Main Draw at the ITA Midwest Regional for the second straight year…captured his third straight Viking Invitational singles title, while also picking up the Viking Invitational doubles title with Benjamin Slade.
2017-18 // SOPHOMORE SEASON
Doubles Stats | Singles Stats | Named the Horizon League Player of the Year and earned a spot on the All-Horizon League First Team…named to the six-member Horizon League All-Academic Team…finished the year with a 28-7 singles record – with the 28 wins tied for second on the CSU Single-Season Wins List…played the entire spring season at No. 1 singles, including a league-best 6-1 record against Horizon League opponents…picked up a league-leading five Horizon League Singles Player of the Week honors, while also earning Doubles Team of the Week accolades with Matthew Terry (Jan. 30)…became the fastest Viking to reach 20-wins in a single season following a straight-set win at Barry (March 13)…picked up No. 1 singles wins against Youngstown State (April 28) and Detroit Mercy (April 29) in the Horizon League Tournament to help the Vikings capture the 2018 title…also picked up key singles wins against Notre Dame (Jan. 21), DePaul (Jan. 28) and Ball State (Feb. 10) during non-league play…notched a team-best 12-match winstreak throughout the end of the fall season and start of dual match play…advanced to the Main Draw Second Round at the ITA Midwest Regional…claimed his second straight Viking Invitational singles title during the fall, while also picking up doubles titles with Matthew Terry (Viking Invitational) and Luke Phillips (Purdue Invitational).
2016-17 // FRESHMAN SEASON
Doubles Stats | Singles Stats | Named the Horizon League Freshman of the Year and earned a spot on the All-Horizon League Second Team…finished the season with a team-best 18-20 singles record, including an 11-14 mark at No. 1 singles during the spring slate…became the first Cleveland State rookie to appear at the top of the singles lineup for their entire freshman campaign…named the Horizon League Singles Player of the Week (Feb. 28) after picking up a pair of No. 1 singles wins against Ball State and St. Bonaventure…posted a team-best 19-17 doubles record on the year, including a 12-13 mark during the spring season…went 10-9 – and a perfect 4-0 in Horizon League play – with Andre Mick at No. 2 and No. 3 doubles…won the Main Singles Draw at the Viking Invitational (Nov. 4 – 6) during the fall season following a perfect 5-0 weekend.
PRIOR TO CLEVELAND STATE
Played his first three years of high school at Avon before transferring to Kenston for his senior season…Ohio State Tournament singles qualifier as a junior and senior…finished as the runner-up at the Ohio State Tournament during his senior campaign…finished his prep career with a 58-2 record…entered Cleveland State as the No. 3 ranked player in his class in the state of Ohio according to TennisRecruiting.net…also earned top-100 national rankings throughout his prep career.
Born January 16, 1998…son of Rich and Laura Mostardi…has one sister, Carmela…graduated high school Cum Laude…majoring in business/marketing.