Grad Year: 1991
Year Inducted: 2005
Marc Dubois ’91 was a dominant men’s tennis player at Rhode Island College from 1987-90. From the first time he stepped on the court at RIC, Dubois occupied the number one singles and doubles spots, going up against the opposition’s top players in every match. That’s what makes his 42-3 career singles record and 27-11 career doubles records so impressive.
The Woonsocket native’s .933 career singles winning percentage is the highest mark in RIC men’s tennis history. He is second all-time at RIC with 55.5 career points and 42 career singles victories. Dubois’ 27 career doubles wins ranks fifth all-time at RIC.
He went 11-0 in singles as a sophomore in 1988 and 12-0 as a junior in 1989 and is one of only three players in RIC men’s tennis history to conclude a season without a blemish on their record. In addition to his 12-0 singles mark in 1989, Dubois went 6-2 in doubles and helped RIC to an 11-1 overall record, the best season in RIC men’s tennis history.
He was recently named to RIC’s All-75th Anniversary Men’s Tennis Team.
He earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Rhode Island College in 1991 and his MBA in international business from Johnson and Wales University in 1994.
Dubois is currently the treasury operations manager for One Beacon Insurance.
He resides in North Smithfield, Rhode Island with his wife Karen. They have two children: Meaghan and Matthew