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  Alex Rovello
School: University of Oregon
Year: graduated
Home Town: Portland
Home State: Oregon
Home Country: United States(USA)
High School: Cleveland
Height: 5-9
Weight: 140 lbs.
Birth Date:
Dominant Hand: Right
Singles Record: 18-6
Doubles Record: 16-6
2011-12: Recorded 10 wins at the No.1 singles position for the second consecutive year to start his collegiate career...His 21 lifetime No. 1 singles victories is best on the Oregon roster...Finished the 2011-12 season with a 21-12 singles record a career high for singles wins in a season...His 21 victories moves him inot a tie for sixth place on the school's all-time wins in a season list...His 14 spring singles wins was third best for the Ducks...Rovello played exclusively at No.1 (10-5) and No. 2 (4-4) singles, the only Duck to have done so in 2011-12...Appeared as high as No. 122 in the Campbell/ITA College Tennis Rankings...His 19 doubles victories (16 in spring) with Jose Izquierdo ties them for second in school history for doubles wins in a season...Together with Izquierdo the Oregon tandem finished the year winning 8 of their last 10 matches, best on the team...Competed in doubles with Mayeda (2-0), Izquierdo (16-2), Cambier (1-0), Sardu (1-0) and Higuchi (0-1)...Finished the season with 23 doubles victories, a new career high for wins in a season. Fall: Finished the 2011 fall season with a 7-3 record in singles...Made the quarterfinals of the 2011 Northwest ITA Regional Championships (10/21-10/23)...Advanced to the final of the PNW Intercollegiates Green flight (11/4-11/6) going 3-1 for the tournament...Completed doubles play with a 3-3 record while pairing with Jose Izquierdo (3-2) and Daniel Sardu (0-1).

2010-11: Played at No. 1 singles in every dual match he has played, compiling an 11-10 record (18-15 overall) … defeated California’s Chris Konigsfeldt (6-1, 7-6 [7-4]) in the first round of the Pac-10 Championships (4/28) … defeated No. 56 Marius Cirstea (6-3, 6-0) in a win over Idaho on Jan. 28 … cracked the ITA singles rankings at No. 120 on Feb. 14 … won his first six singles matches, all in straight sets … all five setbacks have been at the hands of ranked opponents … also competes at the top spot in doubles, paired exclusively with Robin Cambier (10-10) … won first four doubles matches and victorious in five of first six doubles outings in dual play … paired with Cambier to clinch the doubles point with an 8-5 win over Geoff Embry and Kieren Thompson in a 4-3 win over No. 53 Arizona (3/27) in the Ducks’ Pac-10 opener … posted highest-ranked doubles win of the year with an 8-6 victory over 25th-ranked Kyle McMorrow and Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan in the dual finale against No. 22 Washington (4/23). Fall: Finished tied for second on the team with a 6-4 singles record … also went 3-3 in doubles play while partnering with Aaron Clissold (2-2) and Robin Cambier (1-1) … went 3-1 to advance to the singles semifinals at the PNW Intercollegiates (11/5-11/6) … advanced to the round of 32 at the ITA Northwest Regional Championships (10/15-10/16).

High School: First player in Oregon to win four consecutive state singles titles … finished high school career with a perfect 50-0 singles record and a 65-2 overall record in the Pacific Northwest … rose as high as 24th in the national rankings and first in the Pacific Northwest … won two Pacific Cup titles … enters collegiate career as the No. 3 player in the Pacific Northwest … posted a 65-match winning streak in the under 18 division in 2009 … ranked as the No. 15 recruit on

Personal: Full name is Alex James Rovello … born in Portland, Ore. … parents are Jim and Geri Rovello … plans to major in business … chose Oregon over Washington, Penn State, Boise State, New Mexico, San Diego, Santa Clara and Northwestern.