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  Stephen Wiechert
School: University of Oregon
Year: Sophomore
Home Town: Eugene, Ore.
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High School: Churchill HS
Height: 5-11
Weight: 170 lbs.
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Dominant Hand:
Singles Record: 14-17
Doubles Record: 23-34

2008 Outlook: “Stephen was voted our most improved player by his teammates last season, and he has continued to improve. By hard work and dedication, Stephen has put himself right in the thick of things. He is a very accomplished doubles player and his athleticism will win him a lot of matches.” - Director of Tennis Nils Schyllander

Fall 2007: Finished the fall 1-4 in singles competition, and 2-2 in doubles play, teaming with both Doug Mayeda (UNF Invitation, Oct. 12) and Mikael Myrhed-Schyllander (Texas Invite, Nov. 2).

2006-07: Did not compete in singles action, but played with four different doubles partners, piecing together a 4-12 record...found the most success with Romeo Mortera, finishing 3-5 at No.3...also went 1-4 with Mike Myrhed (No. 3), 1-2 with Alex Cornelissen (No. 2) and 0-1 with Francisco Gallardo (0-1)...during Pac-10 doubles action finished a combined 0-5, going 0-2 with Cornelissen (No. 2) and 0-3 with Mortera (No. 3) the fall picked up two singles wins in the consolation stage of the Bronco Classic, hosted by Santa Clara University...with doubles partner Marcos Verdasco advanced to the doubles quarterfinals of the Bronco Classic as well.

Before Oregon: Ranked as a four-star recruit and the second best prospect in Oregon by with Spencer Mendoza to win the 18-and-under doubles title at the United States Tennis Association National Open in Hawaii in 2005...from 2003-05 was ranked anywhere from first to third in the Pacific Northwest.

Personal: Born July 14, 1988 in Thousand Oaks, Calif...parents are Joanne and Bruce Wiechert...has one brother, Chris (16) and two sisters, Lindsay (22) and Kelsey (17)...major is Business...younger brother Chris currently plays tennis at Churchill HS.