Horny and Stefan are recognized
Spencer led Maryland to its most conference wins since 1990
Horny and Stefan are the first Maryland honorees on the all-conference team since 2002
Led by four singles players in the top 100, Virginia defeats Maryland in the quarterfinals of the ACC Championship
Bottom half of the lineup secures the win for Maryland
As a Freshman (2011-12): Vital contributor in singles and doubles for the Terps...recorded a team-high 20 singles wins including six over nationally-ranked opponents...earned All-ACC honors...voted ACC Co-Player of the Week for the week of April 17...ranked as high as No. 88 by the ITA...played primarily No. 2 singles and tallied eight wins in the position...defeated then-No. 26 Chris Mengel of Duke in straight sets (4/13) and then dispatched of then-No. 103 Brennan Boyajian of North Carolina two days later, 6-3, 2-6, 6-0, to key the Terps' upset of the 18th-ranked Tar Heels...paired with Tommy Laine at No. 2 doubles and won 10 of the first 12 matches...finished with a 21-7 record in doubles action.
Before Maryland: National champion in U10 age group...Ranked No. 2 in the European U14 rankings...national runner-up at the U12 and U14 age groups.
Personal: Born in Bucharest, Romania...son of Adrian and Georgeta Stefan..plans to major in business.