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  Joel Spicher
School: Duke University
Year: Sophomore
Home Town: Geneva, Switzerland
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High School: Calvin College
Height: 5-9
Weight: 158 lbs.
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Singles Record: 38-17
Doubles Record: 9-17

Begins the spring with 41 career singles wins - the most of any current Duke player.

Fall, 2001: Did not see court action in singles, and went 0-1 in doubles play.

2000-01: Compiled an overall singles record of 24-6 including a 15-1 ledger in dual match play ... singles winning percentage (.800) was tops on the team ... beginning with a 6-2, 6-4 win over Williams & Mary's Geoffrey Russell on February 7, won 15 straight matches while dropping just one set along the way ... streak of consecutive sets won reached 26 ... went 1-0 at number three, 3-0 at number four and 11-1 at number five ... lone dual match loss was to #50 Travis Parrott of Georgia in the NCAA Quarterfinals ... earned NCAA Tournament victories over Estrevam of Auburn and Jose Lieberman of Miami (Fla.) ... was a perfect 4-0 in ACC regular season action ... was 5-3 in three-set matches ... advanced to the semifinals of the ACC Indoor Championships with consecutive wins over Nicholas Monroe of North Carolina, Gordon Hwang of Georgia Tech and Sergio Aguirre of Georgia Tech ... made it to the quarterfinals of the ITA Regionals in the fall of 2000 ... went 0-1 in doubles play.

1999-00: Registered a singles record of 17-11 and doubles ledger of 3-4 ... in singles, went 4-0 at No. 3, 8-8 at No. 4, 4-1 at No. 5 and 1-1 at No. 6 ... was 4-1 in ACC regular season play ... went 3-0 in the ACC Tournament ... had NCAA Tournament wins over Gerardo Mulas of Southern Methodist and Dylan Mann of Florida ... in doubles, went 1-1 with Pedro Escudero and 2-3 with Andres Pedroso.

Prep: Ranked as the No. 16 men's player in Switzerland ... also ranked No. 2 among Swiss juniors ... played in several satellite tours in Europe ... earned six ATP points in singles and was ranked among the top 900 players ... also earned 18 ATP points in doubles and was ranked among the top 800.

Personal: Majoring in Economics ... named to the ACC Honor Roll ... son of Marlyse and Michel Spicher ... born September 17, 1978.