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  Alex Stone
School: Duke University
Year: Senior
Home Town: Bronx, N.Y.
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High School: Professional Children's School
Height: 6-1
Weight: 170 lbs.
Birth Date: Friday, May 09, 1986
Dominant Hand:
Singles Record: 31-42
Doubles Record: 26-36
2006-07: Won seven of his final nine singles decisions to finish 10-14 in his junior campaign ... tallied a 4-2 singles record in ACC play, including a 7-6 (2), 6-3 win over Will Plyler of North Carolina to clinch Duke’s 5-2 victory over their arch rival ... rallied to defeat Alabama’s Saketh Myneni in the NCAA second round on a three-set tiebreaker 4-6, 6-4, 7-6 ... also led 6-2, 4-3 in the first round of the NCAA Tournament against UMBC ... teamed with Dylan Arnould for a pair of ACC doubles victories against Georgia Tech and Miami ... the pair’s 8-6 victory against the Hurricanes proved detrimental to the outcome of the match as it clinched the doubles point in a 4-3 team win ... finished the year with a 13-16 doubles ledger ... went 3-10 in fall singles play, picking up wins at the UNC Invitational and in ITA Regional qualifying action … was 1-3 in three-set matches, including a thrilling 3-6, 7-6 (4), 7-6 (5) comeback victory in ITA Regional play … went 4-3 in doubles play, teaming up with Aaron Carpenter to go 1-1 at ITA Regionals ... paired with Kiril Dimitrov to go 3-1, a record that included the consolation bracket championships at the UVA Invitational. 2005-06: Selected as an ITA Scholar Athlete … ACC Honor Roll pick … tallied a 6-4 record in singles for the year … played two ACC matches at the No. 6 position defeating Michael Reiser of Boston College in three sets and falling to No. 27 Georgia Tech’s Scott Blackmon in three sets … recorded a mark of 2-3 in doubles … claimed three victories in the consolation bracket at the UNC Fall Invitational Sept. 23-25 … defeated Wofford’s Andrew Stubbs 3-6, 6-2, 1-0 (10-8) in the consolation finals … won two matches at the Hidden Dual Tournament in Miami Jan. 14-16 … won in straight sets against Michigan’s Mike DePietro, 6-3, 6-2, and downed Vivek Subramanian of Miami, 6-3, 6-3 … also teamed with Christopher Brown to defeat Michigan’s DePietro and Scott Bruckmann at the Hidden Dual Tournament … combined with Peter Rodrigues for an 8-5 win in doubles against Hesham Kenawy and Mustafa Ulukan of UC-Irvine on March 12. 2004-05: Named an ITA Scholar Athlete … posted a 5-3 overall record in singles and a 2-0 mark in doubles … won his only singles match of the spring with a 6-3, 6-4 victory against Josh Brauser of Maryland … posted a record of 4-3 in the fall for singles ... went 3-2 in doubles with Ned Samuelson. Prep: 2004 graduate of Professional Children’s School ... played freshman and sophomore years for Fieldston School, compiling a 22-1 record at No. 1 singles ... two-time New York Daily News All-Star First team (2001 & 2002) ... youngest-ever finalist at N.Y. City Mayor’s Cup Championships - nation’s largest scholastic tennis competition ... in 2003, ranked No. 1 in Eastern Section 16s and 18s and No. 22 in USTA National 18s ... won the singles title at the 2004 ITA National Summer Claycourt Championships in Pittsburgh ... reached the semifinals of the 2004 USTA Men’s National Open Indoor Championships ... in April of 2004, was a doubles winner and singles semifinalist in two ITF junior events ... finished fifth at 2003 USTA Claycourt Supernationals ... winner of six Eastern Sectional Closed Championships. Personal: Son of Susan Ades and Jeffrey Stone ... born Alexander Doran Stone on May 9, 1986, in New York, N.Y. ... has one brother, Benjamin (16) and one sister, Sylvia (18) ... hobbies include golf ... selected to the Dean’s List in all three of college semesters ... majoring in public policy.