Kuczer is entering his second full season (2010-11) as volunteer assistant coach with the Mustangs after being a graduate assistant last year following his four-year career with the SMU men's squad.
SMU Men's Tennis Career
2007-08 (Sr.): Second-team All-Conference USA... Conference USA All-Academic Team... Compiled a 17-7 singles record in the spring, helping the Mustangs to their best record since 2001 and an NCAA tournament appearance... Spent most of the season ranked... Paired with Robin Fahgen at the end of the season to register a 4-1 mark, with their only loss coming to Texas A&M in the NCAA tournament... Notched an overall doubles record of 11-6... Entered the spring season ranked No. 81 in the nation... Advanced to the Round of 32 at the ITA South Central Regionals...Won Flight A singles at the Rice Invitational, beating opponents from LSU and Tulsa... Named C-USA Player of the Month for his title run at the Rice Invitational and for sweeping his competition in the pre-qualifying round of the Polo Ralph Lauren All-American Tennis Championships.
2006-07 (Jr.): Took first point for SMU at C-USA Championship semifinal game against Rice by upsetting No. 120 at No. 2 singles... Played most of the year at No. 2 singles and No. 3 doubles... Went 7-1 in his last 10 matches of the season at No. 2 singles...Competed at the Rice invitational and Midland Racquet Club in singles and doubles.... Paired with Chris Hooshyer in doubles at ITA Regionals.
2005-06 (So.): Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll Member... Started the season off with a seven match win streak with six of the wins coming in straight sets... Won all four matches that went into three sets... Posted 14-11 record in singles playing mostly at No. 4 and 5... Paired with Alex Skrypko in doubles at No. 1 where they posted eight straight wins... Duo posted win over ECU at C-USA Championship to help team advance... Participated in the NCAA Team Championship... Skrypko and Kuczer challenged the No. 26 duo from Louisville taking the match into a close tiebreaker.
2004-05 (Fr.): Solid freshman campaign... Went 17-9 in dual meet action... Undefeated at Nos. 4 (2-0) and 5 (5-0)... 17-8 record in doubles... Began the season 5-0 in singles... Won at No. 3 doubles against No. 1 Baylor to help SMU take the doubles point... WAC Player of the Week (Mar. 21)... Participated in the WAC Championships... Won at the No. 6 spot in straight sets vs. Hawaii in the WAC Championship quarterfinals... Participated in the NCAA Championships.