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Joost Hol's Profile
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  Joost Hol
School: Northwestern University
Year: Senior
Home Town: Newport Beach, Calif.
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High School: Foothill
Height: 6-2
Weight: 175 lbs.
Birth Date: Thursday, October 04, 1979
Dominant Hand:
Major: Economics
Singles Record: 15-23
Doubles Record: 13-25

2000-01: Finished with a 10-13 overall singles record holding the No. 3 spot ... went 9-11 in duals, 5-4 in Big Ten play ... Six-match winning streak in February 2001 ... Paired with Brad Erickson for an 8-6 No. 1 doubles record ... Picked up partner Ryan Edlefsen in April 2001 and went 4-4 at the No. 2 position ... Did not see any action in the fall.

1999-00: Was 20-13 at No. 1 and No. 2 singles ... Was 21-7 alongside Brad Erickson in doubles ... Advanced to the qualifying rounds of the ITA All-America Championships. Was the runner-up in singles competition at the Penn Classic. Joined Erickson to take runner-up honors in doubles at the Penn Classic.

1998-99: Champion at the Boilermaker Classic in October ... Played at No. 4, No. 5 and No. 6 spots, posting a 9-11 dual match record … Finished with a 14-11 overall record in doubles play.

High School: Played four years of varsity tennis at Foothill High School. Competed at No. 1 singles. Lost one match in team play over his four-year career. Team advanced to the semifinals of CIF. Advanced individually to the semifinals of CIF once. Made it to the Round of 16 of CIF two times. Three-time team MVP. Three-time first-team all-county and all-league. Two-time league MVP. Team captain his senior year. Won Ojai (an individual tennis tournament for all California players). Won National Western Open. Doubles quarterfinalist at Clay Court Nationals. 1995 Most Improved Player in Southern California Tennis Association. 12th in US National Doubles rankings.

Personal: Born Joost Adriaan Hol on October 4, 1979. Son of Adriaan Hol and Thea Hol. Chose Northwestern over USC, UCLA, Berkeley and Harvard. Majoring in Economics.

Hol's Stats

Year Overall Dual Big Ten
1998-99 12-14 9-11 4-4
1999-2000 20-13 13-7 6-4
2000-01 10-13 9-11 5-4
Totals 42-40 31-30 15-12