"Roman knows how to fight. He loves to compete and knows how to win." -Head Coach Jim Poling
2013-14: Started off fall season with a bang, winning first three singles matches ... posted best winning percentage on team (.909) with a 10-1 overall singles record ... only Black Knight to go undefeated in dual matches (7-0) ... spent majority of season at No. 6 singles ... picked up two wins at the fall Patriot League Kickoff with only loss coming against Brandon Goldstein of Lafayette, 7-5, 7-5 ... beat Sacred Heart's Kevin Budrawich, 6-0,6-4, in only appearance at No. 4 singles ... won all seven spring matches in straight sets ... played in four doubles matches ... had a 2-2 overall doubles mark ... notched wins at singles and doubles against St. Bonaventure at the West Point Shootout.
2012-13: Enjoyed an increased role on the court during his sophomore campaign ... went 8-4 in singles dual matches, including 1-0 against his lone Patriot League foe ... defeated Scot Brownell of Holy Cross in straight sets, 6-1, 6-1 ... won seven of his first nine duals of the spring season ... played predominantly at the No. 6 spot where he went 6-3 ... was 13-8 overall following a 5-4 fall season ... lone doubles matches came during the fall ... went 4-3 alongside five different teammates.
2011-12: Went undefeated in his first season of dual matches ... totaled a 5-0 record with three wins coming at No. 6 and one at No. 4 ... all five victories were in straight sets ... one road win was at Division III opponent Flagler ... defeated Skyler Engel 6-3, 7-5 at No. 8 in St. Augustine, Fla. ... concluded his first season with a 7-5, 6-3 win opposite Boston University's Alex Hallenbeck at No. 6 ... lone doubles appearance came alongside Chad Llewellyn ... the pair defeated Saint Joseph's Rojo and Sisti, 8-4, at the SJU Invitational on Sept. 25.
HIGH SCHOOL: Four-star recruit out of Cary, N.C. ... three-time all-conference honoree at Athens Drive High School ... two-time all-state and all-region selection ... named team MVP three times ... 2011 state championship runner-up ... competed in North Carolina 4A Division ... named Academic Player of the Year in 2011 ... won conference championship freshman season.
PERSONAL: Roman Mark Cacha ... born Jan. 28, 1993, in Raleigh, N.C. ... son of Renata and Cyril Cacha ... began playing tennis at age four ... credits his father and his former coach Keith Snavely with having the most influence on his tennis career ... enjoys doing metal work and go-karting in his free time ... Mechanical Engineering major.