Why I chose to coach at FAU: "For me making the decision of becoming a coach at Florida Atlantic University was an easy one. First, I had a good relationship with my coach and teammates as a player so it made it an easy transition. Second, I wanted to keep expanding my tennis knowledge and keep playing. I have not lost the love for the game. Lastly, I want to try and help the team grow and succeed on and off the court."
As a Junior ('08-'09): Established a new career-high with 25 singles victories...Solified the number two singles position posting 17 victories in that slot...Won last six matches in doubles action teamming with Santiago Nieto to close out season with a 15-7 record...Recorded the team's only point in the Sun Belt Championship Final against Middle Tennessee State with a double victory.
As a Sophomore ('07-'08): Finished with an 8-2 mark on the season and with a 5-2 record in dual match play...was 4-1 at no. 6 and finished the season on a three-match win streak...was 11-5 in doubles play...played with five different partners, but had the most success with Joe Cadogan at no. 3 where the duo was 6-2.
As a Freshman ('06-07): Finished his freshman campaign with a 12-8 record in singles play and 9-7 in dual matches, primarily at no. 6...season highlight was a three-set victory against no. 59 Brown.
High School: Played for Juan Ballceus at Schiller High School. Tennis: captured a 2006 ITF in Dubai...was also victorious against three players ranked in the world's 250 juniors.
Personal: Business major...son of Nicki Harradine...born July 13, 1988 in Dubai.
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