TULSA - A two-year letterwinner . . . transferred from the University of Wisconsin prior to the 2001-02 season . . . has a career singles record of 52-39 and a doubles mark of 61-31.
JUNIOR (2002-03) - Chalked up a 19-14 singles record, including a 15-7 dual mark . . . owned an 8-5 record against ranked opponents . . . advanced to the quarterfinals of the NCAA Men's Tennis Doubles Championship . . . earned ITA All-America doubles honors with Ryan Livesay . . . played the majority of his matches at the No. 2 and No. 3 positions . . . entered the ITA rankings as the 70th-ranked player, but concluded the year at No. 93, as well as the third-ranked player in the Central Region . . . teamed up with Livesay and notched a 22-16 doubles mark . . . the duo entered the national rankings as the 20th-ranked tandem, but finished the season at No. 40 . . . notched a top doubles ranking with Livesay in the Central Region . . . teamed up with Livesay to win the Region V Doubles Championship . . . was named the WAC Men's Tennis Player of the Week three times (January 27, February 10 and April 7) . . . netted a 4-7 singles mark and an 11-4 doubles record in the fall . . . advanced to the 2002 Icy Hot/ITA Men's All-American Championships main draw after winning two matches in the qualifying draw . . . won the 2002 Omni Hotels Men's Tennis Region V doubles championship with Livesay . . . earned all-WAC second-team singles and doubles honors.
SOPHOMORE (2001-02) - Recorded a 16-16 singles mark and a doubles record of 25-10 in his first season at Tulsa . . . played the No. 1-5 spots in the singles lineup . . . teamed with Ryan Livesay at the No. 2 doubles slot and notched a 25-10 overall record and 19-7 dual mark . . . ranked No. 3 in doubles with Livesay in Region V . . . concluded his first fall campaign at Tulsa with a 7-5 singles mark . . . won 3-of-4 singles matches in the pre-qualifying round at the All-American Championships.
PRIOR TO TULSA - Played one season at the University of Wisconsin where he recorded a 17-9 singles record and a 10-5 doubles mark . . . played his prep career at Lakeridge High School in Lake Oswego, Oregon . . . was 28-2 as a senior and led his team to three district championships . . . was a two-time all-conference selection . . . finished fifth in the state as a junior and third as a senior . . . completed his sophomore and senior seasons in third-place in doubles competition . . . also lettered in soccer where he was an honorable mention all-state performer.
PERSONAL - Majoring in marketing . . . born December 20, 1981 . . . one of four children of John and Karen Taylor.
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