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  Andres Monje
School: University of North Florida
Year: Senior
Home Town: Santa Cruz
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High School: Centenial High School
Height: 6-0
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Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Electrical Engineering
Singles Record: 13-9
Doubles Record: 6-6
As a junior, 2006-07: Posted a 9-6 record in dingles play, including a 4-1 mark during the spring ... was 4-0 in A-Sun matches, posting wins against Gardner-Webb, Campbell, Lipscomb and Belmont ... was 1-5 in doubles, including an 0-3 mark in the spring ... played in three fall tournaments, posting a 5-5 singles record and a 1-2 mark in doubles ... won the flight B consolation draw at the UNF Invitational in November by winning three straight matches after an opening-round loss ... upended Colin VanderHill of Troy in the final, 6-1, 6-1. As a sophomore, 2005-06: Tallied a 4-3 overall singles record ... was 2-0 in singles in the spring playing from the No. 6 position ... was 1-0 Atlantic Sun Conference singles play ... earned a singles point for the Ospreys against cross-town rival Jacksonville University, winning 6-0, 6-0 ... other spring victory came against Illinois-Chicago, also 6-0, 6-0 ... teamed with Glen Marshall to go 1-2 in doubles in the fall ... Named to Atlantic Sun Conference All-Academic squad. 2004-05: Walked on at UNF, but did not play. High School: Moved to the United States in April 2003 with his mother and sister ... attended Centennial High School in Port St. Lucie, Fla., one year - graduating with honors in 2004 ... played on the school's varsity team at the No. 1 position, posting a 14-3 record in his only season ... Centennial was the district runner-up his senior year ... he won the district doubles title in 2004, becoming the first doubles team in school history to advance to the state tournament ... also participated in basketball, soccer and gymnastics while in Bolivia, earning a No. 3 gymnastics ranking in his region. Juniors: Started playing tennis at age 12 ... was ranked as high as No. 8 in the nation in singles in Bolivia and as high as No. 2 in doubles ... ranked No. 3 in singles and No. 1 in doubles in his region ... played for the Bolivian team at COSAT, a developmental program within the International Tennis Federation. Personal: Born on Oct. 31, 1985, in Santa Cruz, Bolivia ... son of Karin Hogan and Ramiro Monje ... has an older sister, Anneliese, and a younger sister, Daniela ... nickname is "Mongenito" ... majoring in electrical engineering.