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  Geoff Embry
School: University of Oregon
Home Town: Phoenix, Ariz.
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High School: Mountain Pointe HS
Height: 6-0
Weight: 150 lbs.
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Dominant Hand:
Singles Record: 32-28
Doubles Record: 26-31

2008 Outlook: “Geoff showed the most improvement of any Duck in the fall. He has so many weapons and can beat you in so many ways, that he will be a very tough out for any opponent. His mental game has made huge strides, and as everything comes together for Geoff, we expect him become a national force.” - Director of Tennis Nils Schyllander

2007 Fall: Finished the fall with a 3-3 singles record and 2-2 record in doubles play with Romeo Mortera ...his fall was highlighted by his run to the quarterfinals of the Wilson/ITA Northwest Regionals (Seattle, Wash.) before falling 6-2, 7-6 to Sacramento State’s Kiryl Harbatsiuk...during that run, Embry defeated two singles opponents in two sets, before advancing to the quarters with three-set (3-6, 7-5, 6-3) come-from-behind win over Washington’s Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan.

2006-07: Finished a strong 14-8 in the spring, competing at the No. 3 (0-1), No.4 (3-3), No. 5 (7-3) and No. 6 (4-1) the Pac-10, finished with a 3-5 singles doubles, \totaled an 8-15 record, playing mostly with Alex Cornelissen (8-12)...the duo finished 7-10 in the No. 1 spot and 1-2 at No. 2....he also teamed with Romeo Mortera (0-3), in the No. 3 Pac-10 play finished 1-7 in doubles action.

Fall 2006: Compiled a 5-4 singles record including advancing to the round of 16 at the Duck Invitational...Finished the fall season strong, winning three out of his last four matches.

Before Oregon: A 2006 graduate of Mountain Point High School in Ahwatukee, Ariz...played four seasons for head coach Dan Ray...capped off a 23-1 senior season by winning the state Class 5A Division I singles championship...named the 2006 HS player of the year in Arizona by the Arizona Central all-state selection all four years of his high school career, was also a four-year all-conference a junior received All-American honors...compiled a 60-2 singles record his junior and senior seasons...with partner Will Guzick, won the Winter Super Nationals boys under-18 doubles 2005, finished second in the state, with his only two losses coming at the hands of the eventual state champion....was also the state doubles runner-up during his sophomore season.

Personal: Born January 14, 1988...son of Mandy Embry, who works at the Ahwatukee Tennis Club...major is undeclared.