- 2019 All-Conference Doubles First Team
- Sun Belt Player of the Week (March 30, 2016)
- Spring 2016 AD Honor Roll
Went 0-3 in singles play, playing at the No. 6 position … Went 13-7 in doubles play with partner Giles Hussey, including 9-4 at the No. 1 position … MacFarlane and Hussey finished 3-0 against ranked opponents … MacFarlane reached 100 career victories with doubles win over South Alabama in the Sun Belt Tournament Championship … Finished his GSU career with 55 overall doubles victories, the most by an individual since the program joined the Sun Belt in 2013.
Competed in three tournaments during the fall season … Went 4-5 in singles play and 4-5 in doubles play, partnering with Giles Hussey and Steven Huynh … Made the finals of the Flight A Doubles bracket with Hussey in the Gamecock Fall Invitational.
Went 3-8 in singles play, playing primarily at the No. 6 position … Went 3-1 at the No. 6 position … Went 8-4 in doubles, playing primarily with partner Giles Hussey but also with Sebastian Acuna … Went 8-3 with Hussey and the pair led the team with six doubles-clinching wins.
Competed in four tournaments during the fall season … Went 6-6 in singles play … Went 8-4 in doubles play with partner Sebastian Acuna … Won the back draw at the Cajun Classic with Acuna … Advanced to the semifinals in the Division I Doubles bracket at the Southern Intercollegiate Championships with Acuna.
Went 8-5 in singles play, primarily at the No. 6 position … Clinched the 4-2 victory over then-No. 27 Florida State, the second-biggest win in program history … Went 5-5 in doubles play, primarily with partner Sebastian Acuna at the No. 2 position.
Competed in four tournaments during the fall season … Went 3-6 in singles play … Placed second in the A1 singles bracket at the Wake Forest Invite after falling 6-2, 6-4 to fellow Panther Andrei Andrukhou … Went 6-3 in doubles play with partners Felipe Jaworski and Giles Hussey … Won the Division II doubles bracket at the Southern Intercollegiate Championship hosted by Georgia with Jaworski … Placed seventh in the A1 doubles bracket with Hussey at the Wake Forest Invite.
Competed in 22 of 23 spring matches … Ranked second on the team in singles wins with a record of 13-7 … Primarily played at the No. 5 positioned but also played at the No. 4 position … Led the team in match-clinching wins with six … Clinched the win against then-No. 62 Middle Tennessee during a four-game match-clinching streak … Had a 10-9 doubles record, where he primarily played at the No. 2 position with Zackery Kennedy … Had a doubles win with Kennedy over the then-No. 48 doubles team from then-No. 15 Wichita State.
Competed in four tournaments as a true freshman ... Won eight of 17 singles matches, including one semifinal win over Zackery Kennedy at UGA's Southern Intercollegiate Championships ... Had one doubles win of six matches ... Won in the Wake Forest Fall Invite with Felipe Jaworski in the consolation bracket.
Graduated from The John Lyon School … Also played at the JTC Academy under head coaches Alan Jones and David Felgate ... Played County and Country U14 and U18 ... Won ITF singles and doubles in Jakarta, Indonesia … No. 1 in county in U16 and U18 … Made top 200 in World Juniors … Won country title with Middlesex U16 and U18.
Born Jack MacFarlane in London, UK ... Son of Michael and Veronica MacFarlane ... Has one younger sister, Ella ... Psychology major.