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  Joakim Norstrom
School: Saint Mary's College of California
Year: Junior
Home Town: Stockholm
Home State:
Home Country: Sweden
High School: Jensen Gymnasium
Height: 6-5
Birth Date:
Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Undecided
Singles Record: 0-2
Doubles Record: 0-3
Spring 2012: Named to the WCC All-Academic Honorable Mention Team ... finished singles play with an 8-13 record, going 0-3 on court two, 0-3, on court three, 3-4 on court four and 5-3 on court five... was 4-3 against WCC opponents ... won his last four matches of the season against opponents from No. 8 Pepperdine, San Francisco, No. 32 Santa Clara and Portland ... won his match on the road against Portland's Justin Guay on March 25, 6-1, 7-5 ... won two straight matches against opponents from UC Riverside (2/26) and UC Davis (3/3) ... in doubles play, went 6-13 with Steven Dawson-Roberts and 1-2 with Maxime Olivan.
Fall 2011: Went 0-2 in singles in fall play while battling through injuries and went 1-1 in doubles with Steven Dawson-Roberts.

2010-11 (Freshman): Finished his first season as a Gael with a 15-9 singles record which was tied for first on the team for the most wins ... He was 0-2 on court three, 3-0 at the four spot, and 12-7 on court five ... finished with a 6-2 record against WCC opponents ... won five matches against opponents from ranked teams in No. 16 Minnesota, No. 57 Santa Clara, No. 70 San Francisco, No. 46 Idaho, and No. 67 San Francisco ... won seven of his first nine matches, including earning a point against No. 16 Minnesota ... was 11-11 in doubles matches, playing primarily with Steven Dawson-Roberts on court three ... the duo won their first five matches together, with wins over Sonoma State, UC Davis, Sacramento State, No. 16 Minnesota, and Seattle ... the pair was 2-5 against WCC opponents ... the duo went 2-1 in the WCC Championships.

Prior to Saint Mary's: Comes to Saint Mary's from Stockholm, Sweden...was a two-time junior Swedish champion in singles...represented the Swedish Federation on an international level numerous times.