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  Brett Joelson
School: Texas A&M University
Year: Senior
Home Town: Beaverton, Ore.
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High School: Westview
Height: 5-11
Weight: 185 lbs.
Birth Date: Wednesday, December 12, 1984
Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Agricultural Development
Singles Record: 79-46
Doubles Record: 78-49


A second generation Aggie who was the top tennis player in the United States Tennis Association (USTA) Pacific Northwest Section and one of the nation’s best out of high school…Both of his parents played tennis for A&M in the early 80’s…Ranked as high as No. 21 nationally in doubles…One win shy of reaching 50 career dual-match victories in doubles play to become only the 20th A&M player all-time to reach the milestone.


JUNIOR (2005-06)

Team’s top doubles player…Compiled a 19-12 overall doubles record (.613)…Ranked as high as No. 21 nationally in doubles with teammate Bryan Wooten…Reached the consolation semifinals at the ITA All-American in the fall…Best win with Wooten was against No. 9-ranked Atlas and Stokke of Duke…Went 14-10 with Wooten…Teammed with Jerry Makowski to beat then No. 1-ranked Scott Doerner and Andre Bergemann of Pepperdine in dual match play…It marked the first No. 1-ranked team A&M had beaten in dual match play since at least the 2000 season…After dropping his first nine singles matches of season, came back and won 16 of his last 19 matches including 13 of the last 15…Posted a 5-1 Big 12 record…Built a 16-12 overall singles record and a 16-6 mark in dual matches…Saw action at the No. 4, 5 and 6 spots…Clinched the Michigan match…Was ranked No. 30 in the preseason FILA/ITA rankings with Wooten in doubles competition…In the fall, posted an 0-4 record in singles and 6-3 record in doubles…Reached the quarterfinals in doubles with Wooten at the ITA South Central Regional.


SOPHOMORE (2004-05)

Selected to the NCAA Doubles Championship with partner Ante Matijevic…Finished ranked No. 23 nationally in doubles with Matijevic…Was ranked as high as No. 18 in doubles…An All-Big 12 Conference selection in doubles…The Big 12 No. 1 Doubles Champion…Team leader in doubles victories at 25-8…Was 16-6 with Matijevic…Won 11 of his last 14 doubles matches…Father, Brian Joelson, played in the NCAA Singles and Doubles Championships for A&M in 1982…Built a team-best 23-14 overall singles record and a 12-8 mark in dual matches…Won 9-of-10 dual matches during the heart of the season…Saw action at the No. 3 and 4 positions…Was 3-4 in Big 12 play…Best win was over then No. 88-ranked Tomas Bohunicky of Oklahoma State in straight sets…Named Big 12 Player of the Week on April 7, 2005…Clinched the Cal match with a three-set victory at No. 5…In the fall, was 11-6 in singles…Ranked second on the team in total singles victories…Was 7-3 in doubles play…Reached the singles final at the Lobo Balloon Fiesta at New Mexico where he lost to top-seeded teammate Yevgeny Supeko in three sets…Fell in the doubles final at the Balloon Fiesta with teammate Bryan Wooten…Reached the singles quarterfinals at the Midland Tennis Classic…Saw action at the ITA Regional…Was a perfect 3-0 in singles and 3-0 in doubles at the Texas A&M Invitational.


FRESHMAN (2003-04)

Built a 28-13 overall singles record and a 17-9 mark in dual matches…Won 9 of his first 10 dual matches…Saw action at the No. 3, 4, and 5 spots…Was 4-3 in the Big 12…Best win was over then No. 67-ranked Matija Zgaga of Baylor in three sets…Shared the Aggies’ lead in doubles at 24-13…Was 19-10 in dual play with Bryan Wooten, Marvin Rolle, Lester Cook, Mohamed Dakki and Khaled El Dorry…Was ranked No. 37 nationally with Rolle in early March...Clinched the Texas match…Saw extensive action en route to a team-best 11-4 overall singles record in fall tournament play…Shared the honor with Cook…Went 3-0 at the Audi/Napa Valley Classic…Was 3-0 at the Polo Tennis National Collegiate Preview…Reached the Round of 16 at the ITA Regional in singles and doubles competition.



A 2003 graduate of Westview High School in Beaverton, Ore…Was ranked No. 13 nationally by the USTA in just his first year of 18’s competition…Originally from the state of Texas…Attended Austin’s St. Stephen’s Academy for two years before moving to Oregon…Was ranked as high as No. 1 in the state in the 12’s, 14’s and 16’s…Won the Oregon State 4A Singles Championship in 2003…Was ranked as high as No. 30 in the world in junior doubles in January of 2002 and No. 100 in the world in junior singles in January of 2001 by the International Tennis Federation (ITF)…Has an impressive junior tennis resume highlighted by reaching the singles and doubles quarterfinals of the USTA Super National Hard Court Championships in Kalamazoo, Michigan, in August of 2002…In doubles, he teamed with future A&M teammate Lester Cook…Duo was seeded No. 6…A year earlier, he captured the doubles championship in the 16’s in Kalamazoo…In the summer of 2001, reached the doubles finals in the junior portion of the U.S. Open in New York…In the summer of 2002, he reached the Round of 16 in doubles at the 2002 U.S. Open…At the prestigious 2002 Easter Bowl, a USTA Super National Spring Championship, he was seeded No. 9 in singles and reached the Round of 16…Meanwhile, in doubles, he was seeded No. 1 and won the third-place match…A year earlier, he reached the doubles finals and the singles semifinals in the 16’s…In 2000, he was a doubles finalist…In international competition, he won the doubles and reached the quarterfinals in singles at the 2000 Grupo Taca, and then advanced to the doubles finals of the 2000 Costa Rican Bowl…Also reached the doubles semifinals at the 2001 Chanda Rubin North/Central American & Caribbean Closed Championship in Baton Rouge, La…Competed on the USTA Junior Davis Cup team.



Brett Robert Joelson…Son of Brian Joelson of Beaverton, Ore. and Teresa Joelson of Austin, Texas…Born Dec. 12, 1984 in Portland, Ore…Agricultural development major at Texas A&M…Has two siblings, Andrew and Ashley…Both his father and mother played tennis at Texas A&M…Father, Brian, lettered from 1981-83 and is the fourth winningest dual match singles player in school history with a 73-38 record…He is also tied for the fourth-most dual match doubles victories at 66-37…Father reached the NCAA Championships in singles and doubles and has coached tennis professionally…Sister, Ashley, is a freshman on the UCLA women’s tennis team…Is a member of Aggie Athletes Involved…Hobbies include wakeboarding, skiing and dancing.