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  Dylan Arnould
School: Duke University
Year: graduated
Home Town: Northampton, MA
Home State: N/A
Home Country: United States(USA)
High School: Cambridge Academy
Height: 6-1
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Dominant Hand: Right
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Singles Record: 0-0
Doubles Record: 0-0
2007-08 (Sophomore): Finished his sophomore season with an 18-15 record in singles and 12-17 mark in doubles … in singles play Arnould played in 10 of the 11 ACC matches with a 6-4 record … he played primarily at the No. 4 spot in the lineup and registered a 12-7 record in that position … claimed two victories over ranked opponents, including a 6-3, 6-3 victory over No. 122 Gera Boryachinskiy of Clemson during the conference season … recorded three match-clinching victories in wins over Miami (5-2), Maryland (7-0) and Clemson (6-1) … won seven of his eight matches from Oct. 2 to Feb. 1 … finished the year with wins in six of his final nine decisions, including straight set victories against Boston College in the ACC Tournament and No. 23 Arizona in the first round of the NCAA Tournament … had three wins over opponents on top-10 teams, winning against No. 8 Illinois, No. 6 UCLA and No. 1 Virginia … tallied a 5-5 record in the No. 3 spot during ACC play with Alex Stone … the duo were 3-1 at the No. 2 slot and 8-10 at No. 3 during the dual match season … they upset No. 36 Martin Schulhauser and Thibaut Charron of Virginia Commonwealth 8-6 on March 5 … the victory started a stretch where they won five of their next six matches from March 5-21 … Arnould and Stone also clinched the doubles point five times, including four straight for the Blue Devils from March 10-26 … ranked No. 109 in the ITA preseason singles rankings and No. 13 with David Goulet in the preseason doubles rankings … tallied a 3-4 singles record and was 1-3 in doubles during the fall season … one of his victories in the fall came over a ranked opponent as he knocked off No. 124 Jason Jung, 6-3, 7-6 (4), for one of his two wins in the ITA All-American tournament … he also won a match at the Southern Intercollegiate Championships … claimed a doubles win with Reid Carleton in the UVA Fall Invitational ... selected to the ACC All-Academic team, ACC Honor Roll and was named an ITA Scholar Athlete. 2006-07 (Freshman): Reached the 20-win plateau in his freshman season with 21 victories ... ranked in the first five ITA singles rankings, climbing as high as No. 84 on Jan. 9 ... good under pressure, he clinched the victory for Duke six times, all against ranked teams ... with matches tied at 3-3 he won the deciding singles contest against Texas A&M and Miami ... went on a tear in the middle of the season with wins in 12 of his 13 matches from Feb. 18 - April 7, including 10 straight at the end of the streak ... started t¬¬he ACC season 8-0 playing at the No. 4 and 5 spots ... finished the season with a 15-9 singles record in dual matches, including an 11-3 mark at the No. 5 position ... clinched the doubles point for the Blue Devils five times, including the 4-3 Miami victory ... gave Duke the doubles point lead by winning the first doubles match six times ... competed with several different partners in doubles, posting a 5-3 record with Ned Samuelson and 7-8 ledger with Peter Rodrigues ... compiled a singles record of 4-4 in his first collegiate fall season … defeated the 43rd-ranked player in the country for a win at the UVA Invitational, eventually posting a 2-1 record at that tournament to begin the season … reached the round of 16 at ITA Regionals, posting two wins before falling to the 15th-ranked player in the country … three of his four losses came at the hands of nationally ranked opponents … went 2-2 overall in doubles play, combining with Peter Rodrigues to go 2-1 in ITA Regional action ... named to the All-ACC Academic team. Prep: Attended the Cambridge Academy in Ocala, Fla. … competed nationally and internationally on the men’s pro and junior circuits … was a blue chip signee for the Blue Devils ... ranked as high as No. 3 on the college recruiting lists and No. 13 in the TennisRPI rankings ... was the top-ranked player in Massachusetts and the New England region ... posted a 10-8 record in national competition following his high school career. Personal: Born Dylan Daniel Arnould on April 23, 1988, in Northampton, Mass. ... son of Josef and Vicki Arnould ... has three sisters, Meghan, Holly and Caitlin … sister, Caitlin, was a women’s tennis player at Boston College … former nationally ranked chess player by the U.S. Chess Federation ... worked with the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children.