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  Benedikt Dorsch
School: Baylor University
Year: Senior
Home Town: Weiden
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High School: Ludwig-Maximilan
Height: 5-10
Weight: 180 lbs.
Birth Date: Saturday, January 10, 1981
Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Entreprenuership and International Business
Singles Record: 119-15
Doubles Record: 82-22

Enters the spring season ranked No. 3 in singles ... Selected, as one of the top collegiate players, to play on the ITA All-Star Team in New York this past summer.

Fall 2003 (Junior) – As the ITA’s top-ranked player, Dorsch continued his winning ways by ending the fall season at 10-1 with nine of the 10 victories against ranked players ... Dorsch won the Baylor Invitational, but lost in the finals of the ITA Championships ... Teamed with Ivor Lovrak in doubles and went undefeated, including the championships of the Baylor Intercollegiates .. Named to the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll for the fall semester.

2002-03 (Sophomore) – Continues to break new ground for the Baylor men's tennis program, no other player had advanced past the round of 16 in the NCAA Championships prior to Dorsch’s making it to the championship match ... Lost in the championships match to Illinois’ Amer Delic ... First Baylor tennis player to earn double All-American status ... Ranked No. 1 nationally in five straight rankings, dropped to No. 2 for two rankings, finished the season at No. 3 ... Set a school record for singles wins in a season with 49 ... Finished the season 22-3 in dual match play and 49-6 overall ... 18-match win streak was halted in late April by Texas A&M’s Ryan Newport ... Was 25-5 versus ranked players ... Finished 32-6 in doubles on the season ... Teamed with Reiner Neurohr to advance to the quarterfinals in the NCAA Doubles Tournament ... The tandem set a Baylor record for most doubles wins by a team in a season with 26 victories ... Earned both Big 12 Player and Newcomer of the Year honors ... All-Big 12 in singles and doubles ... Dominated opponents throughout the fall season and by season's end was ranked No. 1 … First Baylor tennis player to win a national title, winning the Omni Indoor National Tournament … Beat 14 Top 100 players … Not ranked by the ITA before stepping onto the court … Finished the fall season with a 22-1 record, only loss was to then-No. 3 Amer Delic of Illinois; redeemed that loss in the Indoor Nationals … Won the Baylor Intercollegiates Tournament, defeating teammate Zoltan Papp … Played seven doubles matches, three with Matias Marin, finishing with a 2-1 record and four with Benjamin Becker, finishing with a 2-2 record and defeating then No. 24 Choo/Chu of Harvard ... Named to the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

Prior to Baylor – Attended Ludwig-Maximicians-Universtat Munchen for one year ... Graduated from Kepler Gymanasium in Weiden, Germany … Coached and mentored by Peter Moraing … Ranked No. 2 in Germany in 18 and under division.

Personal – Full name is Benedikt Martin Dorsch … Born on Jan. 10, 1981, in Garmisch, Germany … Son of Wolfgang Dorsch and Gisela Dorsch … Majoring in entreprenuership and international business … Hobbies include music and fitness.