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  Viktor Zetterholm
School: University of Denver
Year: Senior
Home Town: Stockholm
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Height: 6-8
Weight: 200 lbs.
Birth Date: Wednesday, August 24, 1983
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Major: Psychology
Singles Record: 62-66
Doubles Record: 65-59

2004-05: Posted an overall record of 17-16, playing at No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 singles • Defeated Chaitu Malempati of Iowa 7-5, 6-2 at No. 1 singles • Defeated Nihal Advani of Arkansas-Little Rock 6-2, 7-6(1) in the Pioneers 4-1 quarterfinal victory in the Sun Belt Conference Tournament • Teamed up with Jason Tan and Kalle Rosen at No. 2 doubles for an overall record of 6-12 • Longest singles winning streak: four matches.

2003-04: Combined for a 10-11 record at No. 2-4 singles • posted a 6-6 record at No. 1 doubles with teammate Nejc Smole and finished the season with a 4-4 record at No. 2 doubles with Jason Tan • earned Denver's lone doubles win against Louisiana-Lafayette’s Kovalev and Singh, 8-3, in the quarterfinals of the Sun Belt Conference (SBC) Tournament (April 23) • longest singles winning streak: three matches.

2002-03: Played to a 17-16 record overall at No. 2-4 singles, including a 3-4 mark during fall tournament action • finished the season with a 2-3 singles record in the SBC • earned a 17-13 overall doubles mark • teamed with Hans Peter Gaber for most of the season at No. 1 and No. 2 doubles for a 10-10 record • joined teammates Colin Day (No. 3, 4-1) and Nejc Smole (tournament play, 3-2) in doubles • first collegiate win came against New Mexico State at the New Mexico Invite in one singles set, 4-1 (Oct. 11) • longest singles winning streak: four matches.

Before Denver: Played at the No. 1-4 positions at his club during his seven years of tennis experience • also played five years of hockey, earning MVP honors • played four years of soccer.

Personal: Son of Ulf and Ann Margret Zetterholm • has four siblings, Henrik (34), Karro (33), Torbjorn (25) and Amanda (19),  • aspires to be a professional tennis player • chose the University of Denver for the chance to combine academics and sports • psychology major • born August 24, 1983.