||Michigan State University
||Saturday, October 17, 1987
Recorded a 7-7 fall singles record ... Started the season out strong, posting a 6-3, 6-0 victory over Jesus Diaz of IUPUI at the Hoosier Invite. Compiled an overall doubles record of 3-7 with partners Billy Gardner, Jason Norville, Clark Richardson and Ronnie Hulewizc ... Posted a win with Hulewizc over Dusan Milovanovic and Nathan Blum of Morehead State with an impressive 8-0 victory. 2007 - 2008:
Posted a 9-18 record in singles action, primarily at No. 5 singles ... Finished 2-4 in doubles play with three different partners ... Defeated Joao Paoliello of 51st-ranked Middle Tennessee State (6-3, 6-3) ... Finished 2-0 in the No. 4 singles position. 2006 - 2007:
Went 5-13 in singles play, winning five matches at four different positions in the lineup ... Won two matches at No. 6 singles ... Played doubles with three different partners, including an appearance at No. 1 doubles against Western Illinois. 2005 - 2006:
Played the majority of the season at No. 6 singles, but moved to No. 5 by the end of the season ... Played No. 3 doubles with several teammates, primarily John Allare and Michael Flowers. Prior to MSU:
Four-year letterwinner ... Won all-league award ... Played at No. 1 singles sophomore through his senior year ... Held a 7-3 record his sophomore year followed by a 10-1 and 12-1 record his junior and senior years, respectively. Personal:
Born Oct. 17, 1987 in Alameda, Calif. ... He is the son of Randy and Tina Rasmussen ... Enjoys playing golf ... Favorite movie is Pulp Fiction ... Brother played tennis at Stanford ... His tennis influence is Guga Kuerten ... Civil engineering major.