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  Jeremy Wurtzman
School: Ohio State University
Year: Senior
Home Town: Rochester, NY
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High School: Brickhouse Academy (Fla.)
Height: 5-11
Weight: 165 lbs.
Birth Date: Sunday, December 20, 1981
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Major: Family Resource Management
Singles Record: 133-44
Doubles Record: 91-49

Ohio State Career 2003-04 (Senior) Wurtzman reached All-America status, the first in program history since Ty Tucker in 1991, after a stellar senior campaign … defeated three Top 10 players in the country en route to the Intercollegiate Tennis Association National Indoor title Nov. 9 in Ann Arbor, Mich. … captured the ITA Midwest Regional crown Oct. 28 in East Lansing, Mich. … went 14-1 in fall tournament play … ranked No. 1 in the ITA Division I Singles polls from Jan. 13-Feb. 24 and again from March 23-April 20 … finished the season ranked No. 3 in the ITA singles polls and No. 1 in the Midwest Region IV polls … named the co-ITA/Farnsworth National Senior Player of the Year and was the Midwest Region IV Senior Player of the Year … unanimous selection for First Team All-Big Ten … selected as the No. 3 seed in the NCAA singles championship … advanced to the third round at the NCAA singles championship … saw action at the No. 1 singles position for the Buckeyes in 29 matches … posted a 26-3 duals record and a 42-5 overall singles mark … compiled 108 singles wins in three years as a Buckeye which placed him at the No. 5 spot in the program’s record books … had 42 season singles wins which placed him at the No. 2 spot in program history … traveled to China during the 2004 summer as a member of the American Express Collegiate All-Star team … the All-Star team is comprised of 10 of the nation’s top collegiate tennis players and are selected by the ITA … tied at the No. 2 spot in program history for season doubles wins with 30 victories … holds the No. 6 spot for career doubles wins with 74 … claimed the doubles consolation title with partner Joey Atas Oct. 11 at the ITA All-American Championship … selected to the NCAA doubles championship with Atas … advanced to the second round in NCAA doubles play … was ranked as high as No. 25 in the ITA Division I Doubles polls with Atas … finished the season ranked No. 29 in national doubles and No. 2 in the Midwest Region IV polls with Atas … posted 17 wins at the No. 1 doubles spot … named team co-captain … named the Buckeyes’ Most Valuable Player and was awarded the Power Club award by the strength and conditioning staff.


2002-03 (Junior) Wurtzman finished his junior year ranked No. 35 in national singles and No. 5 in the Midwest Regional IV rankings ... made a semifinals appearance at both the ITA Midwest Regional IV Oct. 29 and the National Indoors Nov. 8 ... was ranked a-then Ohio State record high of No. 7 in preseason rankings ... compiled a 34-9 overall singles record on the season ... was undefeated against Big Ten opponents in dual action and posted a 24-4 duals record in singles ... had a 12-4 mark at the No. 1 position and is undefeated at the Nos. 2, 3 and 4 positions with an additional 12 victories ... ranked No. 13 in OSU’s program for season doubles wins ... had a 23-14 overall record in doubles action with a 6-4 mark in conference play ... was named the squad’s Co-MVP by Ohio State’s coaching staff ... All-Big Ten selection.   


2001-02 (Sophomore) Wurtzman finished his sophomore season ranked No. 31 in the nation ... had a singles record of 32-15 ...  advanced to a 56-31 mark in career singles ... had a career-high of 19-6 duals record in singles and doubles ... made his first NCAA singles championship appearance where he fell in the first round to Alabama’s Maxim Belski, 6-1, 6-3 ... selected to the All-Big Ten team.


Collegiate Career 2000-01 (Freshman) As a freshman at Florida, Wurtzman saw action at No. 1 singles … he totaled a 3-7 record ... finished the year 24-16 overall in singles and was ranked No. 61 in the final national poll ... also finished at No. 31 in doubles ... was the seventh alternate for the NCAA singles championship after a season that saw him compile a 4-7 Southeastern Conference record and be named to the All-SEC second team.


Brickhouse Academy (Fla.) Wurtzman performed well as a junior as he accumulated 10 Gold Balls (National Championships) with wins at the Clay and Hard Court Championships and the National Indoor Championships ... also won two Easter Bowl Championships as well as back-to-back titles in the Kalamazoo Doubles in 1997 and 1998 ... the duo of Wurtzman and partner Scott Lipsky was ranked No. 1 in doubles from 1996-98 ... climbed as high as No. 15 in the Under-16 division and No. 3 in the Under-18 division ... defeated former Buckeye teammate Phil Metz in the final of the 1999 Franklin Winter Championships as the No. 4 seed.


Personal Born Dec. 20, 1981, he is the son of Steve and Judy Wurtzman ... has an older brother, Marc ... Marc was a standout for the Buckeye program from 1994 to 1997 and is currently the Ohio State men’s tennis assistant coach ... upon graduation, plans to play tennis professionally ... enjoys golfing, reading and hanging out with friends.