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  Peter Richman
School: Louisiana State University
Year: Senior
Home Town: Toronto
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High School: Northview Heights HS
Height: 5-11
Weight: 160 lbs.
Birth Date: Monday, September 20, 1982
Dominant Hand: Left
Major: Mass Communications
Singles Record: 71-62
Doubles Record: 48-34

2003 Second-Team All-SEC
2003 First-Team All-Louisiana
2002 First-Team All-Louisiana

Coach Brown on Richman
Peter has shown the most confidence I've seen him come in with over his career. He's very comfortable with his game right now and he keeps making little adjustments to better it. He's focused on leaving people with a great impression of what he's done for us.

Fall 2004
Began the fall by winning the B Bracket at the Rice Crowne Plaza Invitational ... Was 3-4 in singles and 4-2 in doubles ... Was injured and sat out for much of the season ... Won all three doubles matches with Colt Gaston in the Texas A&M Invitational.

Junior Season (2003-04)
Played across the top of the singles lineup, compiling a 9-12 overall record ... Had a strong doubles season with Ken Skupski ... Compiled a 13-3 doubles record with Skupski, including 8-1 in the SEC at the No. 2 and No. 3 positions ... Beat the No. 23 pair of Dailey and Sossaman of Vanderbilt ... Missed the fall season and underwent surgery ... Earned third varsity letter.

Sophomore Season (2002-03)
Beat six top-100 opponents, including No. 28 Jean Simon of Texas, No. 10 Rameez Junaid of Auburn and No. 34 Catalin Gard of Ole Miss ... Named Second-Team All-SEC and First-Team All-Louisiana ... Ranked No. 62 in the final ITA poll ... Was 5-5 on court No. 1... Won five in a row early in the spring season ... Named SEC Player of the Week for March 24-30 after beating Simon and taking three consecutive ranked opponents to three sets ... Earned second varsity letter.

Freshman Season (2001-02)
Named First-Team All-Louisiana ... Earned a 7-7 record at No. 2 singles... Recorded a 2-1 mark on court No. 3 in dual matches ... Defeated Mississippi State's 78th-ranked Rene Combette ... Made drastic strides in his game and finished the tournament season with an 11-5 overall singles record ... Faced Georgia's nationally-ranked Lesley Joseph in the third round of the Southeastern Conference Indoor Championships and forced him to a third set, 6-7(8), 6-3, 6-4 ... Played well in doubles and ended the season with a 5-6 record ... Earned first varsity letter.

Prior to LSU
Three-time Canadian Junior National singles champion... Three-time Junior National doubles champion... Ranked in the top 60 in the International Tennis Federation rankings ... One of the best tennis players to ever come out of Northview Heights High School.

Born on September 20, 1982 ... He is the son of Virginia and Frank Richman ... Majoring in mass communication.