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  Nate Schnugg
School: University of Georgia
Year: graduated
Home Town: Meford, Ore.
Home State: N/A
Home Country: United States(USA)
High School: North Medford
Height: 6-4
Weight: 190 lbs.
Birth Date: Wednesday, October 05, 1988
Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Pre-Med
Singles Record: 108-27
Doubles Record: 90-31
FALL 2008 (junior) • Posted a 14-6 singles record with a 9-5 doubles mark • Claimed ITA Southeast Regional singles/doubles titles • Won ITA National Indoor Tournament consolation draw   2007-08 (Sophomore) • Named NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding     Player NCAA All-Tournament team at No. 2 position • Received his first ITA All-American honor in singles • Won Georgia’s first team point in the NCAA Championship win against Texas • First-Team All-SEC • Made first career NCAA Singles appearance, earning a 9-16 seed • Made first NCAA Doubles appearance with Hunt • Final ranking of No. 17, ranked as high as No. 8 • Went 5-1 at No. 1 position filling in for injured Helgeson • Selected SEC Player of the Week, Jan. 29 • Won the Southern Intercollegiate Championships in Athens • Reached the ITA Southeast Regional Semifinals • Advanced to the Florida State Fall Invitational Semifinals • Won five matches at ITA All-American National Championships • Won all three of his singles matches at the Napa Valley Tennis Classic • Preseason national ranking of No. 17   2006-07 (Freshman) • All-SEC selection • Went 26-2 in singles play with a 25-1 dual-match record • Posted a 27-4 overall record in doubles with Jamie Hunt • Earned first point in Bulldogs’ 4-0 National Championship win over Illinois • Clinched Georgia’s NCAA Semifinal win over Virginia • Finished the year ranked No. 98 in singles • Joined the team in January of 2007   Before Georgia • 2006 Wimbledon Junior Doubles Champion • 2006 U.S. Open Junior Doubles Champion with Jamie Hunt • 2006 Australian Open Junior Doubles Finalist • 2006 Casablanca Junior Cup Doubles Finalist • 2006 Banana Bowl and Gerdau Cup Doubles Champion with Hunt • 2006 Italian Open Junior Doubles Finalist with Hunt • 2006 USTA Super Nationals Boys’ 18s Doubles Champion with Hunt • 2005 USTA Super Nationals Boys’ 16s Singles and Doubles Champion • Ranked No. 4 recruit in America and the recruit in the Pacific Northwest  • Ranked the No. 23 junior player in the world by the ITF   Personal • Born October 5, 1988 • Son of Steve and Cathy Schnugg • Has two older brothers, Stephen (29) and Scott (26) • Scott was an All-American at Georgia Tech • Majoring in Pre-Med