VIDEO: Meet Joshua Scholl
Joshua Scholl Photo Gallery Why I Chose FAU:"FAU is a great up-and-coming university. Our campus is located in beautiful Boca Raton, close to the beach and Miami. FAU's dedicated faculty and great facilities provide me with the opportunity for an excellent education in sunny Florida. In addition, I enjoy the unique opportunity to participate in and represent one of America's top tennis programs: FAU Men's Tennis! Go Owls!"
As a Junior ('09-'10): Finished the season posting winning records in singles and doubles action...Tied for team-high honors with 26 total victories...Went 13-8 in singles but saw his most effectiveness in doubles where he posted a 5-1 mark with Ervin Garibovic and 7-4 record with Derek Madon...Scholl clinched the match point in FAU's victory over New Orleans in the Sun Belt Conference Championships after playing a vital role in clinching the doubles point...He finished the year winning six of his final nine matches.
As a Sophomore ('08-'09): Compiled a 12-9 record at the number four singles position...One of six Owls to record double digit wins last season...Tied for team-high honors with 15 doubles' victories teaming with Daniel Vardag. As a
Freshman ('07-'08): Saw action in six matches, all duals...was 3-2 at no. six...was 4-3 in double play, all at no. 3, but with three different partners...only two singles losses on the year was to members of nationally ranked teams.
High School: Home Schooled.
Tennis: Won National Doubles Title in New York in the 18s Division...held an ITF ranking in the top 800.
Personal: Biological science major...son of Udo and Karin Scholl...born June 27, 1988 in Engelskirchen, Germany...speaks three languages: German, Spanish and English.
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