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  Marek Czerwinski
School: University of Illinois
Year: graduated
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Home State: N/A
Home Country: United States(USA)
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Birth Date: Sunday, August 31, 1986
Dominant Hand: Right
Singles Record: 20-5
Doubles Record: 24-8
Junior 2008-09
Compiled a 20-4 overall singles record going 6-1 in conference play ... Saw action at the 2 -6 singles spots ... Posted a 11-4 combined record at the No. 4 and 5 positions... Ranked as high as No. 101 nationally ... Concluded the year ranked No. 24 in the Midwest Region ... Carded a 23-7 overall doubles record with a total of three partners... Teamed with Billy Heiser at the No. 1 spot to post a 2-1 record ... The duo upset the No. 8 pair Omar Altmann and Bassame Beidas from Pepperdine University in dual play ... Reached as high as No. 62 before ending the season ranked No. 75 with Heiser ... Spent a majority of the season ranked with partner Marc Spicijaric finishing at the No. 46 spot in doubles, but ranked as high as No. 35 throughout the season ... The duo played at the No. 1 and 2 positions carding a 20-5 record, going 7-3 in Big Ten play ... Finished with a No. 7 regional doubles ranking with Spicijaric ... Named Big Ten Player of the Week (3/8) ... A Big Ten Sportsmanship Honoree ... Received the Most Improved Player Award voted on by teammates as well as the Chris Martin Fighting Illini Spirit Award.

Sophomore 2007-08
Sat out season in accordance with NCAA rules.

Juniors / High School

Attended Marathon High School (Fla.) as a junior and senior ... Studied at Seaholm High School as a freshman and was home schooled as a sophomore ... Was a three-year letterwinner in tennis during his high school career ... At Seaholm, went 22-5 en route to a semifinal appearance at state in singles ... Also earned All-State honors as a freshman ... While at Marathon, went undefeated in singles during his junior and senior campaigns ... Captured the Florida state doubles title as a junior and was a finalist as a senior ... In juniors, was ranked No. 32 nationally in Boys 16s and reached as high as No. 13 in the nation in Boys 18s ... Was a top-five player in his respective region throughout his juniors career ... Coached by Keith Cullen and Steve Kirschbaum ... Honor Roll and Dean's List honoree at Marathon ... Member of the National Honor Society.