Just the second men's tennis player inducted into Lynn's Hall of Fame, Carneade was a three-year letterwinner (1993-95) for the Blue & White. During his outstanding career with the Knights, he posted a 67-4 mark at the No. 1 singles position and 37-8 record in doubles play. The two-time NAIA First Team All-American won the NAIA Individual National Championship in 1993 when he went a program record 18-0. He is the only men's tennis player in school history to go undefeated in singles play. Carneade holds school records for singles victories in a season (28) as well as a career singles winning percentage (.944), is second for career doubles winning-percentage (.822) and third in career victories.