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  James Meredith
School: Boise State University
Year: graduated
Home Town: Christchurch
Home State:
Home Country: New Zealand
High School:
Height: 6-4
Weight:
Birth Date:
Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Kinesiology
Singles Record: 0-0
Doubles Record: 0-0
 Redshirt Sophomore (2010-11) - Redshirted for the Broncos.

Sophomore (2009-10) - Led Boise State at No. 1 singles and doubles throughout his sophomore campaign...finished the season with a 25-10 singles record, including a dominant 20-7 record in dual matches...enjoyed a great deal of success against nationally ranked opponents, playing to a 9-5 record against top-125 players...played to a 17-18 dual record at No. 1 doubles, despite taking the court with six different partners throughout the spring...found success late in the season with Jeff Mullen in doubles, as the duo played to a 7-5 record with a 3-0 record against Western Athletic Conference opponents...was named WAC Player of the Year for his success throughout the season...voted first-team All-WAC in singles, as well as first-team All-WAC in doubles with Mullen...also named WAC All-Tournament team in both singles and doubles...received an automatic bid to the NCAA Individual Championships where he would fall in the round of 64.

Freshman (2008-09) - Joined the Broncos in the Spring 2009 semester...played the majority of his time in the No. 3 singles spot as well as the No. 1 doubles spot with partner Kean Feeder ...defeated three nationally ranked doubles teams with Feeder...earned four wins over nationally ranked singles opponents...earned what could have been his biggest upset of the season when he defeated No. 12-ranked Michael Shabaz of Virginia Tech (4-6, 6-3, 6-4) on Feb. 21, 2009...the 2009 WAC Freshman of the Year...named the 2009 Mountain Region Player to Watch...2009 ITA Rookie Player of the Year (Mountain Region)...named to the All-WAC First Team in both singles and doubles...named to the WAC All-Tournament Team in doubles...NCAA national doubles qualifier with partner Kean Feeder ...named WAC Player of the Week (Feb. 16-22, 2009).

Other - Played for the Lyme Bar Cashmere club team under Matt and Tim Meredith...was coached by Alistair Hunt at CBHS...was crowned the New Zealand national champion in the 12 and under, 14 and under, 16 and under and 18 and under age groups...was a member of the New Zealand Junior Davis Cup...member of the winning Canterbury national team...enjoys basketball and rugby...favorite player is Marat Safin...favorite TV show is 'Scrubs'...enjoys fish and chips...in his spare time he enjoys playing the guitar...right-handed.

Major - Kinesiology

Career Records
Singles
2009-10: 25-10

2008-09: 20-9
Career: 45-19
 
Doubles
2009-10: 17-18

2008-09: 22-9
Career: 39-27