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  Luke Shields
School: Boise State University
Year: Senior
Home Town: Grand Junction, Colo.
Home State: N/A
Home Country: United States(USA)
High School: Grand Junction
Height: 6-1
Weight:
Birth Date: Monday, January 01, 2001
Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Communication
Singles Record: 0-0
Doubles Record: 0-0
Senior (Fall 2007) - Ranked No. 5 in preseason (Sept. 7, 2007) singles rankings...ranked No. 30 along with Clancy Shields in doubles preseason rankings...went 6-6 in singles play…defeated his brother Clancy for the individual title at the Wilson/ITA Mountain Regional Championships…went 3-3 in doubles play with teammate Clancy…named the Western Athletic Conference Tennis Player of the Month for the month of October. Junior (2006-07) – Named All-American in singles, after concluding the season ranked No. 13…reached No. 7 in the ITA singles ratings on Feb. 21 for the highest ranking of his career…posted a team-best 35 singles victories with 24 coming in dual match play all from the No. 1 position…named WAC Men’s Tennis Player of the Year…also named first team All-WAC in singles and doubles…received the USTA Sportsmanship Award at the USTA/ITA National Team Indoor Championships by the 16 participating coaches, for displaying outstanding sportsmanship and exemplifying the spirit of college tennis during the course of the tournament and throughout his career…paired with Piotr Dilaj to compete in the doubles portion of the NCAA Championships as the duo posted a 14-10 record…registered a 21-11 record in doubles including a 17-8 mark in doubles…registered a 14-match winning streak in singles during dual match play…named WAC Player of the Week for the weeks of Jan. 29 and March 19…advanced to the quarterfinals of the ITA National Individual Indoor Championships…at the All-American Tournament he advanced to the quarterfinals by defeating three consecutive ranked opponents…paired with brother Clancy to win the opening round of doubles at the All-American Tournament…ranked No. 1 at the ITA Mountain Region Championships in singles throughout the season…named to the WAC All-Academic Team…named a WAC Scholar Athlete…member of the 2007 WAC Championship team. Sophomore (2005-06) – Made second trip to the NCAA Tennis Championships…competed in both singles and doubles once again…earned first-team All-WAC in both singles and doubles…member of the WAC All-Academic Team…named Mountain Region Player to Watch…finished season nationally ranked No. 53 in singles and No. 20 in doubles with Thomas Schoeck…ranked as high as No. 13 in singles and No. 7 in doubles over the course of the season…ranked No. 1 in the Mountain Region in both singles and doubles at season’s end…captured the singles title at the ITA Mountain Regional Championships…also captured the doubles title at the Mountain Regional with All-American teammate Schoeck…competed in the ITA Indoor National Championships in both singles and doubles…made it to the semifinal match in doubles and the second round in singles...named WAC Player of the Month in Oct…lost in the Round of 16 at the Polo Ralph Lauren All-American Championships to the ITA’s No. 1 ranked player…overall singles record of 25-14 including 16-11 in duals…doubles record of 25-9 including 17-6 in duals, all with Schoeck…member of 2006 WAC Championship team. Freshman (2004-05) – Earned All-America status in both singles and doubles by making it to the Round of 16 in each bracket at the NCAA Tennis Championships…only the second Boise State tennis player to earn All-America status in singles (Guillaume Bouvier)…named to the All-WAC team…named WAC Freshman of the Year…singles record of 34-12…went 20-8 as Boise State’s No. 1 singles player in duals...went 41-9 with All-American teammate Schoeck as Bronco’s No. 1 doubles team…member of 2005 WAC Championship team. Other - Favorite tennis stars are Patrick Rafter and Todd Martin…favorite star outside of tennis is Pat Tillman…is 6’1 and hits right-handed…enjoy darts, hunting and fishing. Major – Communication