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  Jason Tan
School: University of Denver
Year: Senior
Home Town: Amsterdam
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Height: 5-10
Weight: 170 lbs.
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Singles Record: 62-47
Doubles Record: 40-40

2003-04: Combined for a 13-10 record at No. 3-5 singles • won the clinching match against Chad Tsuda in Denver’s 4-3 at Colorado on March 30 • defeated Western Kentucky’s Tyler Merchant 6-0, 7-5, in the Sun Belt Conference Tournament • posted a 5-4 record at No. 2 doubles • tallied a 6-2 record at No. 3 doubles, including a 3-2 record with former Pioneer Urban Ljubic and a 2-0 record with Steve Flaks • longest singles winning streak: seven matches.

2002-03: Posted an 18-10 singles record at the No. 5 spot, including a 2-2 mark in SBC tournament play • highlighted his season by winning the clinching point against Arkansas-Little Rock’s Dave Baxendine in two sets, 6-3, 7-6, giving Denver a 4-1 victory in the SBC Tournament fifth-place match • posted a 13-6 overall doubles record with teammates Colin Day (No. 3, 10-4) and Hans Peter Gaber (No. 2, 3-2) • longest singles winning streak: five matches.

2001-2002: Proved his quality to the team by having an overall singles season of 11-8 • finished with a 6-5 record at No. 5 singles play and 4-1 at No. 6 singles.

Before Denver: Has played tennis since the age of seven • Northern Netherlands Taekwondo champion • member of the Dutch National Under-18 Team from 1999-2000.

Personal: Son of Bing Tan and Olly Tan-Lenzun • has one sister, Serena (17) • chose the University of Denver because of the coach, the facilities and “because it’s a nice school” • aspires to become a skilled and talented tennis player • enjoys soccer, dancing, singing and skiing • hotel, restaurant and tourism management major • born August 1, 1983.