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  Jeff Mullen
School: University of Oregon
Year: graduated
Home Town: Reno
Home State: Nevada
Home Country: United States(USA)
High School: Washoe County
Height: 6-8
Weight: 220 lbs.
Birth Date:
Dominant Hand: Right
Singles Record: 9-14
Doubles Record: 18-5
2011-12: Completed his first season as a Duck by tallying a 9-11 spring singles record (15-14 overall)...Appeared at four different singles positions including No. 1 (0-1), No. 2 (3-3), No. 3 (6-4) and No. 4 (0-3)...Battled injuries during the second-half of the season but provided crucial depth to the Oregon lineup which had been missing a year ago...Defeated Emmett Egger 3-6, 6-3, 6-3 at No. 2 singles in Oregon's Feb. 24 3-4 loss to No. 27 Washington...Took down Alan Shin 6-2, 6-7, 6-1 in Oregon's first ranked win of the year over No. 56 Idaho on Jan. 28...Finished the year with 28 overall doubles win, second most on the team...Teamed with Robin Cambier to post a 2011-12 record of 28-4, shattering the previous school record for doubles wins in a season set by Mark Goldstein and John DeVorss (19 in 1994-95). Fall: Finished his first fall season as a Duck by going 6-3 in singles…Went 2-1 to advance to the semifinal round of the Bulldog Classic (9/30-10/2)…Completed a near perfect 9-1 doubles season playing exclusively with Robin Cambier…Led the Ducks to a doubles title in the Bulldog Classic (9/30-10/2) going 4-0…Advanced to the quarterfinal of the Northwest ITA Regional Championships (10/22-10/24)…Won the PNW Intercollegiates (11/4-11/6) Green flight doubles bracket with a 3-0 record.

2010-11: Was a regular starter for Boise State in both singles and doubles throughout his sophomore season seeing action primarily at Nos. 4 and No. 5 singles, and No. 2 doubles...enjoyed most of his success in doubles with partner Nathan Sereke as the duo played to second-team All-Western Athletic Conference honors...Mullen finished the spring with a 15-15 overall doubles record, including a 14-9 dual doubles record with Sereke...also finished the season with an 11-17 overall singles record...finished with a 10-14 dual singles record.

2009-10: Became a big part of Boise State's success in duals, playing his way into the regular lineup for both singles and doubles by the end of the season...played to a 16-13 singles record and a 22-16 record in doubles matches...played primarily at No. 6 singles, where he finished with a 6-5 record...teamed up with James Meredith at No. 1 doubles to earn a 7-5 dual record...was 3-0 in doubles against WAC opponents with Meredith...the Boise State duo was voted first-team All-WAC for their success in conference play...also was named WAC All-Tournament in doubles with Meredith.

High School: Was ranked in the top 10 in the NorCal region...was ranked No. 2 in doubles in NorCal...was ranked in the top 100 nationally in doubles...played at Reno High School under Craig Kosback...placed second at state in singles.