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  Ned Samuelson
School: Duke University
Year: Senior
Home Town: Belmont, Mass
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High School: Milton Academy
Height: 6-2
Birth Date: Tuesday, April 29, 1986
Dominant Hand:
Singles Record: 22-22
Doubles Record: 34-28
2006-07: Competed in four singles matches during the spring season with an even record of 2-2 ... claimed wins against Texas and Miami in the Miami Invitational ... played in eight doubles matches with Dylan Arnould as a partner and went 5-3 ... the duo earned wins in both of Duke’s NCAA Tournament matches ... the pair was also 3-2 in ACC play during the regular season ... clinched the doubles point for the Blue Devils with Arnould against Boston College ... tallied a 5-6 mark with Kiril Dimitrov in doubles with key wins against Old Dominion and Illinois ... posted a fall singles record of 1-2 … combined with Kiril Dimitrov to go 2-1 in doubles action during the fall … the duo defeated the 52nd-ranked team in the country, Harel Srugo and Henrique Cancado of Old Dominion, in ITA Regional action to reach the round of 16. 2005-06: All-ACC Academic team choice … ACC Honor Roll … mainstay at the No. 3 doubles position, compiling a record of 16-9 in dual matches … finished the year with an overall mark of 19-12 in doubles and 4-11 in singles … posted a 1-1 record at the No. 4 position in singles and was 0-5 in the sixth slot … his singles victory in the dual season came in straight sets against Sam Wagner of Boston College, 6-1, 6-1 … teamed with Ludovic Walter to go 15-7 in doubles during the dual match season and 8-3 in ACC action … started the dual season with Peter Rodrigues, winning each of his first two doubles matches … Samuelson and Walter clinched the doubles point against No. 24 Texas A&M on Feb. 12, No. 25 N.C. State on March 8 and No. 19 Florida State on April 23 in the ACC Semifinals … finished with a record of 2-3 in singles play … won two consolation matches at the Southern Intercollegiate Championships … went 0-2 in two doubles matches. 2004-05: Completed the season with a 15-7 overall record including a 7-2 mark in dual meets and a perfect 4-0 in the ACC … played mostly at No. 6, with a 6-1 overall record and 3-0 ledger in the conference … went 1-2 overall in doubles action … carded an 8-5 ledger in singles action in the fall, winning three times at both the Southern Intercollegiates and the Mideast Region Championships ... three of his losses came to players ranked in the ITA preseason rankings - Virginia’s Marko Miklo (63), Pepperdine’s Scott Doerner (88) and Duke’s Stephen Amritraj (106) ... was 3-2 overall in doubles play with partner Alex Stone, earning two wins at the Mideast Regional Championships. Prep: 2004 graduate of Milton Academy ... six-time all-league selection and two-time All-America choice ... two time MVP of the Independent School League and three-time ISL champion ... reached the semifinals of the 2003 National Clay Court Championships. Personal: Son of William and Susan Samuelson ... born Ned Samuelson on April 29, 1986, in Belmont, Mass. ... has one brother, Couper, and one sister, Maisy ... father William played football and basketball at Harvard ... hobbies include reading ... majoring in sociology.