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  Paul McNaughton
School: Univ. of Notre Dame
Year: Sophomore
Home Town: Hinsdale, IL
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High School: Hinsdale Central
Height: 6-4
Weight: 180 lbs.
Birth Date: Saturday, July 30, 1983
Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Program of Liberal Studies
Singles Record: 7-7
Doubles Record: 11-23
Serve-and-volleyer is an especially effective doubles player and figures to be a factor in 2003 ... has great instincts coming forward and the ability to finish points at the net ... his enthusiasm for tennis is contagious ... needs to hit through the ball more and come straight at the opponent.

AS A FRESHMAN: Saw limited doubles action for Irish in 2001--02 ... was 5-3 overall with four different partners, including 2-0 in dual matches ... paired with Ben Hatten for tiebreaker victory at No. 3 in season opener against UC-Irvine ... teamed with Ashok Raju at No. 2 against Wisconsin, providing the clinching doubles victory ... played with Raju in Region IV Championships, losing in first round … in the Tom Fallon, teamed with Bryan Acken for a win and with James Malhame to split a pair of matches ... saw only singles action in Tom Fallon, winning all three of his contests in match tiebreakers ... defeated Indiana State’s Dalibor Mihajlovic twice, as well as Purdue’s Seth McKinley.

IN NON-COLLEGIATE ACTION: Earned first ATP points by gaining wild-card entrance into main draws in both singles and doubles at professional futures event in Kenosha, Wis. in 2002 ... competed in qualifying draw in four other futures events over the summer.

HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Four-year standout at Hinsdale Central High School ... two-time team MVP and team captain ... reached state singles quarterfinals in each of his four years ... won consecutive Southern Open doubles championships ... born July 30, 1983, in Palos Park, Ill. ... enrolled in the College of Arts & Letters with a major in the program of liberal studies.

Head Coach Bob Bayliss on Paul McNaughton … “Paul could be one of the keys to this year’s team. He has great instincts moving forward and is a natural doubles player. His serve-and-volley style extends itself to a singles game where he attacks at every opportunity.”