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  Jonathan Stokke
School: Duke University
Year: Senior
Home Town: Chapel Hill, N.C
Home State: New Jersey
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Birth Date: Wednesday, April 11, 1984
Dominant Hand:
Singles Record: 94-58
Doubles Record: 112-47

All-ACC, 2003
All-ACC, 2004
Academic All-ACC, 2004

Fall, 2005: Began the year ranked 53rd in the preseason ITA singles rankings and 40th in doubles with Joey Atas ... posted 14 singles victories in the fall with a overall record of 14-6 ... shared the championship at the 2005 Wilson ITA Mideast Regionals with five victories ... won two matches before losing to No. 4 John Isner in the quarterfinals of the Southern Intercollegiate Championships ... won twice in consolation rounds at the Polo Ralph Lauren All-American Championships ... emerged victorious in three matches to make the consolation finals at the ITA National Indoor Championships, losing to the top ranked player in the country, Ryler DeHeart of Illinois ... in doubles, combined with Joey Atas for an 11-3 record ... won five matches to claim the doubles championship at the Southern Intercollegiates ... defeated two opponents to qualify for the All-American Championships ... lost in the round of 32 to No. 4 Schoeck & Shields of Boise State ... posted five wins to advance to the finals at the Mideast Regionals.

Finished the season ranked 95th in the ITA singles rankings after turning in a 20-12 year for the Blue Devils ... compiled a 14-9 record in dual matches, including a 7-2 mark in the ACC ... played in the number two slot for most of the spring with a 10-8 mark ... defeated five ranked opponents with his biggest win coming against No. 17 Somdev Devvarman of Virginia on Apr. 8 ... posted a 15-9 record overall in doubles ... came away with a win over No. 34 Bryan & Hazley of LSU on Feb. 17 ... entered the spring ranked ninth in the region and 52nd nationally in singles ... along with Peter Rodrigues, was ranked second regionally and 15th nationally in doubles ... went 4-3 in singles action in the fall with three victories at the Mideast Regionals ... with Rodrigues as his partner, went 9-4 in doubles and advanced to the finals of the Mideast Regionals.

2003-04: All-ACC selection for the second straight year ... went 26-15 in singles action with a 6-2 mark in league play ... won a team-high 37 doubles matches against just four losses ... named the ACC’s Player of the Week on March 1 after leading the Blue Devils to wins over fifth-ranked Virginia Commonwealth and 55th-ranked Georgia Tech ... paired with Phillip King, finished the year ranked 50th nationally in doubles ... went 23-2 with King and 14-2 with Peter Rodrigues ... with Rodrigues, advanced to the semifinals of the ITA Region II Indoor Championships on the strength of six consecutive victories.

All-ACC choice ... carded records of 20-13 in singles and 23-14 in doubles ... was third on the team with 20 singles wins and second on the club with 23 doubles victories ... was 6-2 in league play in singles — 1-0 at number two, 2-0 at number four and 3-2 at number five ... ACC Player of the Week on April 1 after helping Duke to wins over Maryland, Wake Forest, Georgia Tech and Clemson ... closed the year by winning nine of his last 11 singles matches ... was 9-6 in three-set matches ... knocked off the eighth-ranked duo of Florian Marquardt and Pedro Nieto from Virginia Commonwealth to reach the finals of the ITA Region II Championships.

2002 graduate of East Chapel Hill High School ... won three straight Super National hard court doubles titles (2000-02) ... captured three National Clay Court Doubles crowns (1999, 2000 & 2002) ... member of the 2000 World Youth Cup team ... finished ninth at the 2000 World Youth Cup ... played in the 2002 U.S. Open doubles bracket with Rajeev Ram ... teamed with Ram to play in the U.S. Open Junior doubles bracket in both 2000 and 2001 ... recipient of two sportsmanship awards at the Super National Championships ... ranked 10th on the 2002 USTA Junior list ... Honor Roll member.

Son of Doug and Lynn Stokke ... born April 11, 1984.