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  Nathan Sereke
School: Boise State University
Year: graduated
Home Town: Stockholm
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Home Country: Sweden
High School: SAM Gymnasiet
Height: 6-7
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Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Marketing and Finance
Singles Record: 21-14
Doubles Record: 20-15
Junior (2012-13) - Played exclusively at No. 2 for the Broncos where he went 15-9 on his way to a 20-13 overall singles record...named to both the All-Mountain West Singles and Doubles Teams...lost seven of his first nine singles matches in the spring before winning 10-straight and 13 of 14...three-set win over Conner Berg (New Mexico) clinched Mountain West Tournament win against ranked opponent was a 6-4, 6-1 defeat of No. 98 Slim Hamza (Utah)...went 19-12 in doubles with a 16-10 dual record, playing at No. 1 with Andy Bettles.   Sophomore (2011-12) - Sereke went 27-10 in singles play with a 20-6 mark during the dual season...started the spring season by winning nine-consecutive matches, each in two sets...played most of his matches at the No. 4 spot...finished 22-12 in doubles and went 6-1 against conference opponents...partnered with James Meredith for most doubles matches...the duo defeated the nationally ranked team of Anderson/Phillips (New Mexico) twice, once at 45th and again at 58th...named to All-Mountain West Doubles Team.   Freshman (2010-11) - Joined the Broncos in January and became an immediate contributor, playing his way to second-team All-Western Athletic Conference with partner Jeff Mullen...spent most of the spring playing No. 2 doubles and No. 4, No. 5 and No. 6 singles...Sereke and Mullen finished the season with a 15-11 overall doubles record and a 14-9 record in dual matches...also played his way to a 16-13 overall record in singles matches...went 15-10 in dual singles matches...compiled a 9-2 record in singles matches to conclude the season.   Other - Was a member of the Jarfalla Tc club tennis team under head coach Magnus Mathisen...won the Swedish U18 Championship...also won the Kalle Anka Cup...represented the Swedish National Team in the European Championships...reached as high as the No. 2 ranking in Sweden.