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  Javier Ferrin
School: University of North Florida
Year: Senior
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Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Advertising
Singles Record: 30-18
Doubles Record: 30-14
2007 Atlantic Sun Conference All-Academic 2007 All-Atlantic Sun Conference (2nd Team) As a sophomore, 2006-07: Posted a 12-7 overall singles record for the Ospreys, all in dual play, including a 10-3 record at the No. 3 position ... was the hottest player on the squad to end the spring, winning nine of his final 10 matches ... his only loss in the stretch came in the season finale against 26th-ranked South Alabama (Jack Baker) at the No. 2 position ... first Division I collegiate win came against College of Charleston, when he knocked off Justin Malina, 2-6, 6-1, 6-4 at the No. 3 spot ... five of his seven losses came against players on ranked teams ... posted a win over Niklas Persson from 50th-ranked Denver on March 25 (6-7, 6-3, 10-8) ... was 5-3 in A-Sun singles matches ... was 14-6 in doubles play, teaming primarily with Leonardo Gomes at No. 1 ... Ferrin and Gomes won eight of their final 10 doubles matches together, including a win over 26th-ranked South Alabama's Marek Sramek and Robert Hodel at No. 1 in the season finale ... three of his six losses in doubles came against opponents from ranked teams ... was 5-2 in A-Sun doubles matches ... did not play in any fall tournaments. Prior to UNF: Attended Webber International University in Babson Park, Fla., in fall 2005 but did not play ... prior to enrolling at Webber, played abroad and did not attend school. Juniors: Started playing at the age of 10 ... was a top-five player in Argentina (18U) and was the winner of the Argentina Open in 2000, making him the number one ranked junior in Argentina ... ranked in the top 300 (14U) by the ITF during his career. High School: Graduated from ENSPA in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in December 2001. Personal: Born on March 1, 1983, in Buenos Aires, Argentina ... son of Susana Kranewitter and Jorge Ferrin ... has two younger brothers, Matias and Pio, and a younger sister, Ruth ... father is a tennis coach ... major is undecided.