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  Chris Brandi
School: University of Florida
Year: Senior
Home Town: Boca Raton, Fla.
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High School: Buccholz/TCU
Height: 5-9
Weight: 155 lbs.
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Dominant Hand: Right
Singles Record: 74-33
Doubles Record: 50-45

AS A REDSHIRT JUNIOR IN 2004-05 An All-SEC Second-Team honoree…Finished the season ranked No. 89 in the final ITA singles poll…Finished 24-9 in singles and went 17-4 in dual match play…Appeared on the No. 3, 4, and 5 spots in the singles order...Went 13-3 on court five where he played most of the season...Went 12-17 in doubles play and 11-16 in dual matches as he appeared on the top court twice throughout the season, but spent the majority of the year on court two…Teamed with Vladimir Obradovic to defeat UCLA's then-sixth-ranked Kris Kwinta and Alberto Frances in doubles, 8-3, in the fifth-place match between the Gators and Bruins at the ITA National Team Indoors in Chicago, Ill., the win was the highest ranked team any UF duo defeated during the season…Was named the SEC Player of the Week on Feb. 7…An SEC Academic Honor Roll honoree…Opened the conference slate with seven straight dual match victories, which was his longest win streak of the season, and finished with a 9-2 singles record against league opponents, which was the third best mark on the squad.

Fall of 2004 Entered the season ranked fourth nationally along with Hamid Mirzadeh in the preseason ITA doubles poll…Went 6-4 in single play and 1-1 in doubles action…Advanced to the Round of 32 in singles play at the ITA All-American.

AS A REDSHIRT SOPHOMORE IN 2003-04 Became the 14th student-athlete at Florida to earn All-America recognition as he teamed with Hamid Mirzadeh at the No. 1 spot in the doubles lineup and reached to quarterfinal round at the NCAA Championship draw in May…. Finished the season ranked 21st in the ITA Doubles Poll as the two posted a 15-9 mark …Tied for the team lead with 16 dual match singles wins and led the team in doubles wins (16)…Owned a 13-6 record at the No. 4 spot in the singles lineup…Went 6-4 in SEC play in singles and 6-3 in the conference in doubles…Clinched UF's quarterfinal match at the SEC Tournament with a win over South Carolina's Geraldo Knorr, 7-6 (2), 7-6 (7) to advance UF into the finals for the second straight year and eighth time in school history…Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll.

FALL OF 2003 Posted an 8-4 singles record and went 6-4 in doubles play ... Went 1-1 against ranked opponents in singles action with a win over 99th-ranked Josh Cohen of Miami in the Gator Invitational ... Spent the majority of the fall paired with Martin Stiegwardt as the duo went 4-2 ... Also, picked up a pair of wins with Jordan Dolberg that advanced the two to the Division II Quarterfinals at the Southern Intercollegiate Tournament in Athens, Ga.

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2002-03 Redshirted.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 2001-02 Attended Texas Christian University before transferring to Florida ... While at TCU he had a 6-6 singles record in tournaments and went 4-7 in doubles play ... Named to the Dean 's List.

PREP Graduated from Buchholz High School in Gainesville, Fla., in 2001 ... Was ranked in the Top 10 in the U.S.Junior National 16-and under rankings ... While competing in 18-and-under juniors, he was ranked inside the top 20 ... A member of the National Spanish Honor Society