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  Jordan Delass
School: Georgia Tech
Year: Junior
Home Town: Marietta, Ga.
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High School: Neb. Lincoln Independent
Height: 6-0
Weight: 157 lbs.
Birth Date: Sunday, February 02, 1986
Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Management
Singles Record: 45-45
Doubles Record: 40-32

General Info: An intelligent player with a lot of determination ... Played at the No. 2 through No. 4 spots in singles and paired with multiple doubles partners last season.

2006-07: Once again held down the No. 2 through No. 4 positions for Tech ... Finished the dual match season with a 5-12 singles record ... Defeated Vivek Subramanian of Miami 3-6, 6-1, ret., in the first round of the ACC Championship ... Closed out the dual season with a 9-9 doubles record ... Finished with a 6-5 doubles record when teaming with George Gvelesiani ... Has a 9-12 overall singles record and sits at 13-13 in doubles play ... Captured the Intercollegiate Tennis Association National Summer Championships singles title by defeating Louisiana State's Danny Bryan 1-6, 7-5, 10-8 (match tiebreaker) in the final.

2005-06: Has been a steady force for the Jackets anywhere from 2-4 in singles play ... Compiled 20 victories during the year in singles play, which was tops on the team ... Finished the year with a 12-9 record in doubles play with George Gvelesiani at No. 3, including a 6-5 record in ACC matches ... Went 1-0 in singles play during the NCAA tournament with a 6-0, 6-2 win over Javier Bes from Alabama ... Also staged a dramatic comeback with Gvelesiani at No. 3 doubles in that match to give the Jackets the doubles point ... In fall action, he tallied an 8-4 record in singles play ... Top performance during the fall came at the Georgia Tech Fall Invitational where he reached the quarterfinals before losing ... Was Tech's top player at the ITA Mideast Regional, advancing to the Round of 32 before falling in straight sets to No. 33 Todd Paul of Wake Forest ... Also reached the quarterfinals of the Crimson Tide Fall Classic ... Paired with Gvelesiani in doubles, where the two recorded a 6-3 record ... Top doubles performance was in the Georgia Tech Fall Invitational where the two won the "B" Doubles Championship ... The two also advanced to the semifinals of the Crimson Tide Fall Classic.

2004-05: Played both singles and doubles during the dual match season, but finished out the season only playing singles ... Was seen in 24 singles matches, recording an 13-8 record in dual matches ... Competed anywhere from No. 4 to No. 6 during the year ... Compiled a 8-8 record at No. 5 singles, including a 4-5 record during ACC action and was had a perfect 3-0 record at No. 6 singles ... Recorded a straight set win in the NCAA Tournament over Vanderbilt's Nathan Sachs ... Posted a 4-2 record with Noah Tyler at No. 3 doubles ... Did not compete during the fall season due to an injury.

High School/Junior Tennis: Ranked No. 1 in Georgia in 2003 and 2004 ... Held the No. 1 ranking in the Southern Section ... Was ranked as high as ninth in the nation in the 18 and under division in 2004 ... Lettered in tennis for three years ... First team All-County selection ... Selected first team Section V ... Named the team's Most Valuable Player for three years ... Lost a total of two matches in three years of high school tennis ... Lettered in soccer for one season.

Personal: Full name is Jordan Michael Delass ... Born February 2, 1986 ... Son of Michael and Becky Delass ... Has a sister, Leigh ... Management major.