||Peachtree City, Ga.
||University of Nebraska-Independent Study H.S.
||Thursday, March 26, 1987
2006-07: Posted an 9-16 overall record in singles ... Went 9-14 in duals and 3-7 in the Big Ten ... Compiled a 5-4 record at No. 5 singles, 1-3 at No. 4, and 3-6 at No. 3 ... Partnered with Alex Sanborn mostly at No. 2 doubles, putting together a 9-13 dual record and 4-6 Big Ten record ... Posted a five match win streak with Sanborn from 1/26 to 2/16 ... Academic All-Big Ten. 2005-06: Compiled an overall singles record of 16-15, including a 10-12 dual and 5-6 Big Ten mark ... Competed primarily at the No. 4 singles spot ... Went 10-14 overall in doubles ... Saw most of his doubles play at the No. 3 spot alongside Juan Gomez, where he went 5-8 ... Won three-straight singles matches from 2/25-3/2 ... In the fall, he posted a team-best 6-3 singles record ... Rattled off four-straight victories from 9/23-Oct. 22 ... Advanced to the round of 16 at the Big Ten Indoor Singles Championships ... Advanced to the round of 32 at the ITA Midwest Regional Championships ... Posted a 1-1 doubles record. High School: Considered a top-30 high school prospect ... Ranked as high as No. 21 by USTA (B-18's division) ... Four-time STA Davis Cup Team member ... Doubles finalist at the International Winter Championships ... Doubles Champion at USTA National Open ... B-18's singles champion at the Peachtree Classic ... Finished top-24 at the USTA SuperNational Hard Court Championships ... Finished top-24 at the USTA SuperNational Clay Court Championships ... B-18 singles quarterfinalist at the National Open ... B-18 singles quarterfinalist at the Atlas Cup (Guadalupe, Mex.) ... Honor roll ... Placed at regional science competition ... Science Award winner ... Math Award winner ... Presidential Fitness Award winner. Personal: Born Marc Dwyer on 3/26/87 ... Son of Jim and Andrea Dwyer ... Chose Northwestern over Illinois, Michigan, Ohio State and Virginia ... Major is undecided.