2002-03: Paired with Egil Anonsen for a 9-8 victory at No. 1 doubles against Sacred Heart (4-3) . . . recorded an 8-5 win with Anonsen at No. 1 doubles against Vermont (4-12) . . . took another doubles victory against Quinnipiac (4-21), winning 8-0 in the first spot . . . finished the year 4-2 at No. 1 doubles with Egil Anonsen.
2001-02: Recorded an 8-9 mark at No. 3 singles and a 9-7 mark at No. 1 doubles . . . won his first five singles matches of the spring season . . . earned a 3-6, 7-5, 6-4 comeback victory against Binghamton at the America East Championships . . . won seven of his last eight doubles matches to close the season . . . earned straight set victories as the Seawolves defeated Hofstra in two dual matches.
2000-01: Compiled a 10-8 record in singles dual matches and 3-3 in tournaments for an overall mark of 13-11 . . . .team-best 13-4 doubles record . . . won four straight singles matches to open the dual match season and finished by winning five of his last six . . . teamed with Nandor Veres to win the Flight 2 doubles championship at Bloomsburg (9/11) . . . teamed with Jens Pillgram-Larsen for MCTC Flight 1 doubles championship (4/29)...
1999-2000: Record of 11-10 in singles play for the Seawolves . . . posted an impressive 6-5 mark at the No. 1 spot . . . was 3-5 at No. 2 singles and 2-0 at No. 3 singles . . . won five of last seven singles matches . . . earned team Most Valuable Player honors . . . teamed with countryman David Hewitt to post a 10-6 record in doubles play including a 7-4 mark at No. 1 doubles . . . was 1-0 at No. 3 doubles with Adam Lazarus.
High School: Attended Onslow College in Wellington, New Zealand . . . played on the New Zealand national team since the age of 14 . . . teamed with Hewitt to rank No. 5 nationally in New Zealand in doubles play . . . ranked eighth in the country in singles competition . . . also played rugby and golf.
Personal: Gareth Sefton Williams . . . born March 23, 1981, in Wellington, New Zealand . . . son of Judy and Paul Williams . . . brother of Shaun and Leanne . . . business/economics major.
Paw Prints: Craziest ambition is to go sky-diving . . . one word that best describes him is laid-back . . . favorite quote: "Only use what is available in your toolbox" (Coach Glassman) . . . says the best thing about being an athlete is the opportunity to travel, including coming to Stony Brook.