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  James Pade
School: Stanford University
Year: Senior
Home Town: Woodside, CA
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High School: Menlo School
Height: 6-3
Weight: 195 lbs.
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Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Undeclared
Singles Record: 69-26
Doubles Record: 75-29
Fall of 2003: Posted a 3-1 singles record in the fall … Ranked No. 82 in the preseason ITA rankings … With doubles teammate KC Corkery, ranked No. 24 in the preseason ITA rankings … Advanced to the quarterfinals of the ITA Regional Championship … Teamed with fellow sophomore KC Corkery to advance to the round of 16 in the main draw in the men’s open doubles at the Icy Hot/ITA All-American championship … The duo reached the Round of 16 with a victory over Benjamin Becker and Benedikt Dorsch of Baylor.

Summer of 2003: Advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2003 Futures of Auburn tourney in June … Captured the 2003 Claremont doubles championship with teammate KC Corkery … Was a doubles finalist in the Futures of Auburn.

2002-03 (Freshman): As a freshman posted a 23-6 overall singles record and a 33-11 doubles record … Played No. 5 singles and No. 2 doubles with fellow freshman KC Corkery … Teamed with Corkery to post wins in the NCAA Team Championship over Oral Roberts (8-3), Fresno State (8-3), Tulane (9-8), California (8-6), and Illinois (9-8) … His performance earned him a spot on the NCAA All-Tournament team … Advanced to the final of the Pac-10 Doubles Championship before falling to Parker Collins and Daniel Langre of USC, 8-3 … The pair went 7-2 and captured the Omni Hotels Regional Doubles Championship in October at Saint Mary’s College … Corkery and Pade were not ranked in the pre-season, but jumped all the way to No. 9 in the nation in January … The freshmen won five matches in three days to capture the regional doubles title, including an 8-6 quarterfinal win over 32nd-ranked Quinn Borchard and Peter Malacek of Portland and a 8-5 semifinal victory over 27th-ranked Ari Strasberg and Alex Vlaski of Washington … Corkery and Pade then defeated Carter Morris and Sam Warburg 8-5 in an all-Stanford final … The pair also competed in the Omni Hotels National Indoor Championship, and reached the consolation semifinals before losing in a tiebreaker to fourth-ranked Michael Calkins and Amer Delic of Illinois … Recorded a 2-1 record in singles, and advanced to the third round of the Omni Hotels Regional Singles Championship in the fall.

Summer of 2002: Won the singles and doubles championships at the prestigious Super National Clay Court Championship … Reached the singles quarterfinals and finished third in doubles at the Super Nationals in Kalamazoo, Michigan … Participated in the 2002 Junior U.S. Open.

Prior to Stanford: 2002: A three-time high school All-American … Captured the Easter Bowl Doubles Championship and finished sixth in singles … Also won the Easter Bowl Sportsmanship Award … At Kalamazoo, finished third in doubles and advanced to the singles quarterfinals … Ranked fifth in the nation in singles (18’s) … 2001: A semifinalist in both singles and doubles at the International Grass Court Championship … Finished third in doubles at the National Clay Court Championship … Ranked 18th in the nation in singles (18’s) … 2000: A singles finalist at the Easter Bowl … Doubles finalist at Kalamazoo … Ranked fifth in the nation (16’s).

Personal: Born March 17, 1984 … Son of Bill and Marcia Pade … Graduated from The Menlo School … Earned “Faculty Honors” (3.6-3.9 GPA) throughout high school … Father, Bill, threw the javelin at Harvard.

Dick Gould & John Whitlinger Say: “James is a local player who is phenomenal talent. He reminds me a lot of former Stanford No. 1 player Jared Palmer in terms of his natural ability and his potential. James is also a great doubles player. He has a tremendous forehand and has no real weaknesses in his game.”