TULSA – A returning letterwinner . . . transferred to Tulsa from Santa Clara University prior to the 2001-02 season . . . has a career singles record of 65-68 and a doubles mark of 82-48.
SENIOR (2002-03) – Posted a 17-18 singles record, including a 12-10 dual mark . . . entered the ITA rankings for the first time on April 23rd as the 121st-ranked player in the nation, but completed the season at No. 110 in the ITA poll and at No. 4 in the Central Region . . . teamed up with Dustin Taylor to earn a 22-16 doubles record while facing 11 ranked opponents . . . the duo entered the rankings as the 20th-ranked tandem, but finished the season at No. 40 . . . teamed up with Taylor as the Region V Doubles Champions and ended the season as the top-ranked team in the Central Region . . . was named the WAC Men’s Tennis Player of the Week on February 17 . . . earned all-WAC second-team singles and doubles team honors . . . named the Regional ITA Farnsworth Senior Player of the Year . . . named to the 2003 ITA All-America doubles team.
JUNIOR (2001-02) – Completed his first season at TU with a 21-17 overall singles record . . . concluded the season ranked No. 17 among Region V singles players and, with partner Dustin Taylor, ranked third in the region in doubles . . . played the No. 1 - 4 spots in the singles lineup . . . was 2-2 against nationally-ranked players . . . posted a season-best six-match win streak . . . teamed with Taylor to post a 25-10 record at No. 2 doubles . . . the duo was 19-7 in dual matches . . . posted a 6-6 singles record and a 6-3 doubles mark with Taylor during the fall campaign . . . won four straight matches in the qualifying singles draw at the All-American Championships . . . advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2001 Region V Championships with three victories in the consolation round.
PRIOR TO TULSA – Played two years at Santa Clara University . . . in 2000-01, he helped the Broncos post a 15-9 overall record and a third-place finish at the West Coast Conference Championships . . . recorded a 12-17 singles record and a 19-12 doubles mark and was an all-WCC first team doubles selection . . . as a freshman, he recorded a 15-16 singles record and a doubles mark of 14-10 . . . defeated No. 40 Travis Hessers of San Diego State . . . was a two-year letterwinner at Lakeridge High School . . . was the top singles player for head coach Tim Gaillurd . . . was 23-2 in singles play as a senior and 65-5 over his career . . . won a pair of district titles and was a state finalist in singles competition.
PERSONAL – Majored in marketing . . . born Ryan Scott Livesay on September 29, 1980 in Eugene, Oregon . . . parents are Bruce and Lori Livesay . . . his sister, Tara, played tennis at the University of San Diego.
ATHLETICS TICKET OFFICE