As a junior 2005-2006:
Picked up a big victory at Florida State to open the spring.
ended the year 8-16 but ended on a one-game match win streak with a victory at the A-Sun Championship
was 2-0 at no. 1 and played one through four
As a sophomore 2004-2005:
ended his junior campaign with a 10-6 dual match record
played both the no. 3 and no. 4 positions
was 4-3 at no. 3 and 6-3 at no. 4
saw action at all three doubles positions and ended the season with a 5-12 doubles record
was 4-1 against Atlantic Sun members.
Prior to FAU 2002-2004:
transferred from Florida State where he was one of two freshmen to make the Seminoles regional team that played at North Carolina
played both no. 5 and no. 6 for FSU
ended his frosh campaign with the team's highest g.p.a.
Following his high school career played events in Brazil and traveled around south America to play future events and challengers
after six months, he began his pursuit.
Played at Colegio Marista High Schol
ended career with a top-20 national rank and played ITF tournaments.
Biological Science major (Pre-med)
son of Joao and Mirian Bounassar
born March 28, 1984 in Maringa, PR, Brazil
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