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  Aron Ouye
School: Univ. of Redlands
Year: graduated
Home Town: San Diego, CA
Home State: N/A
Home Country: United States(USA)
High School: Torrey Pines HS
Height: 5-8
Birth Date: Friday, August 28, 1987
Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Business
Singles Record: 52-47
Doubles Record: 21-13
2008: Played a significant role in the Bulldogs’ 20-win season in 2008… Helped Redlands advance to the NCAA Championships for the 17th consecutive time… Second Team All-SCIAC… Competed primarily at the No. 3 spot… Boasted a season record of 21-13, which included wins over then-No. 8 University of Mary Washington, then-No. 18 Washington & Lee University, and Division II Cal Poly Pomona… Teamed up with Chris Trippel in doubles, competing at the No. 4 spot… Put together an impressive showing of 16-4 in doubles… Rattled off eight consecutive wins during “March Madness” against primarily non-conference teams from out of the region, including then-No. 8 University of Mary Washington and then-No. 1 Gustavus Adolphus College… Dean’s List member… Second Team All-SCIAC… ITA Academic Scholar Award recipient

2007:  Major component to the Bulldogs’ second-place finish in the conference… Helped the team advance onto the NCAA Championships for the 16th year in a row… First Team All-SCIAC performer… Earned an 11-17 singles record playing primarily at #2… Gained wins over opponents from Pacific Lutheran University, Colby College, BIOLA, and Cal Lutheran… Also competed in doubles, primarily at #4… Tallied an overall mark of 12-8… Redlands Scholar-Athlete… Two-time Dean’s List member… ITA All-Academic honoree… 2006:  Competed for the Bulldogs… Helped Redlands advance onto the NCAA Championships for the 15th year in a row… Part of the Bulldog squad that finished the year ranked 7th in the nation… Posted a solid mark of 7-3 in doubles matches… Also earned an 11-7 singles record… Defeated his #4 opponent from Caltech, 6-1, 6-3… Shut out his #6 opponent from the University of La Verne, 6-0, 6-0…