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  Eduardo Pereira
School: University of North Florida
Year: Senior
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High School: Colegio Bom Jesus
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Dominant Hand: Right
Major: International Business
Singles Record: 68-29
Doubles Record: 64-31
2007 Atlantic Sun Conference All-Academic 2007 All-Atlantic Sun Conference (2nd Team) 2006 Atlantic Sun Conference All-Academic 2006 UNF Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year 2005 Division II All-America 2005 ITA Division II Rookie of the Year 2005 ITA Division II Mid-Atlantic Region Rookie of the Year 2005 Peach Belt Conference Player of the Year 2005 Peach Belt Conference Newcomer of the Year 2005 All-Peach Belt Conference (1st Team) 2005 Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll As a junior, 2006-07: Posted an 11-11 record in singles play, including an 11-8 mark in the spring ... was 7-1 in A-Sun singles matches ... played all but three matches at rhe No. 2 position, where he was 11-5 ... started off slow in spring singles play, losing his first four matches, three of which came against ranked foes Florida State (#15), Miami (#11) and Auburn (#40) ... rallied from that start to win 11 of his final 15 matches in singles ... all but two of his losses came against players from ranked teams (Florida A&M and College of Charleston) ... was 0-2 against ranked opponents (#76 Bradley Mixon of Florida State and #56 Dias Doskarayev of South Alabama) ... was 12-7 in doubles play in the spring, teaming with Elad Gabay in all but two matches ... was 12-5 with Gabay, who won seven straight doubles matches at the No. 3 position late in the season ... posted an 8-3 win over Timo Kienle and Kalle Rosen from #50 Denver on March 25 ... posted a 7-1 record in A-Sun singles and doubles play ... played in only two fall tournaments while battling through nagging injuries ... posted a 1-4 singles record and a 2-0 record in doubles play ... appeared in first fall tournament in September, the Miami "Hidden Duals" Invitational, and then in the final fall tournament -- the UNF Invitational in November ... highlight came at the Miami tournament, when Pereira and Elad Gabay teamed to go 2-0 in doubles, knocking off Florida Atlantic's Karol Szmurlo and Lawrence Harrdine (8-4) and Miami's Josip Rupena and Hector Nieto (8-6). As a sophomore, 2005-06: Posted a 16-10 overall singles record, including a 13-7 mark in the spring while playing all but one match at the No. 1 position ... was 2-0 in Atlantic Sun Conference singles matches ... was 12-7 from the No. 1 position and 1-0 at the No. 2 spot ... earned a key singles victory against Chris Schneider of 10th-ranked Valdosta State (Division II), winning 6-4, 6-7, 6-0 at the No. 1 spot ... won his only match at the No. 2 position against 31st-ranked Ferris State (Division II) on March 6 ... biggest win of the year came against 34th-ranked Oklahoma State, when he knocked off Tomas Bohunicky at the No. 1 position (6-4, 7-5) to help the Ospreys put a scare into the Cowboys ... won seven of his final nine singles matches in the spring ... had a 21-6 record in doubles ... teamed with Elad Gabay to finish 19-6, including a 15-4 record during the spring at the No. 3 position ... the duo knocked off opponents from three ranked teams in doubles play, including No. 5 Ole Miss and 34th-ranked Oklahoma State ... Gabay and Pereira won 12 of final 13 doubles matches in the spring ... Named to Atlantic Sun Conference All-Academic squad ... named the 2005-06 UNF Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year in the spring. As a freshman, 2004-05: Became one of the most decorated UNF players in single season in 2005 after helping lead the Ospreys to a Division II national runner-up finish ... earned All-America honors in singles after finishing the season ranked No. 7 nationally ... was named the ITA Division II National Rookie of the Year after securing the same honor in the Mid-Atlantic Region ... was also named the Peach Belt Conference Player of the Year and Newcomer of the Year in addition to being an all-conference selection ... played primarily at the No. 1 singles spot and at the No. 2 and No. 3 doubles positions ... finished the season with a 20-4 overall singles mark, all in the spring ... defeated nine ranked opponents during the season, including four opponents ranked in the top 25 ... posated a 5-0 mark in the postseason, including two wins at the NCAA Championship ... was 6-0 in conference play ... was 21-8 in doubles, with all but one match coming with partner Elad Gabay ... duo was 7-1 in conference play, 12-0 at the No. 3 position and 9-8 at the No. 2 spot ... was named to the Peach Belt Conference Presidential Honor Roll. Prior to UNF: Began playing competitive tennis at age 11 ... played under coach Rogerio Hoppe in Brazil ... won the UniMed Masters Brazilian Championship and the Blue Life Masters Brazilian Championship (U16) ... was ranked No. 1 in Brazil (U14 and U16) ... was No. 4 in South America (U14) and No. 7 (U16) ... also played in the Banana Bowl Tournament in 2001 and advanced to the quarterfinals of the Orange Bowl Tournament (U14). Personal: Born on Aug. 4, 1984, in Porto Alergre, Brazil ... son of Katia Cubas and Ivan Pereira ... has two younger sisters, Victoria and Caroline ... graduated from Colegio Bom Jesus High School in 2002 ... nickname is "Dudu" ... majoring in international business.