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Nirvick Mohinta's Profile
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  Nirvick Mohinta
School: University of Texas-Pan American
Year: graduated
Home Town: Calcutta, India
Home State:
Home Country: India
High School: Bodhicarya Sr. Secondary
Height: 5-10
Weight: 160 lbs.
Birth Date: Thursday, October 23, 1986
Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Sports Mgmt
Singles Record: 0-0
Doubles Record: 0-0
2007-08 Season [Sophomore]
Mohinta notched 12 total victories in his second season as a Bronc...the India native went 6-13 in singles' action while posting a 4-13 record in the number-three spot and 2-0 in the number-four spot in the rotation...won three-consecutive singles matches against Gerardo Lozano of Centenary College, Michael Armstead of Prairie View A&M and Juan Pablo Gomez of Tennessee Tech...posted a 4-5 record with teammate Marcus Dornauf in doubles' play in the number-three spot, including a 1-3 mark in the Southland Conference...grabbed a 8-5 victory over Sami Mouline and Chris Hernandez of Nicholls State...while teaming up with Ivan Avila, recorded a 2-6 record while also going 1-3 in the SLC...defeated Allan Gomes and Diego Snyder of Lamar by a score of 8-1...posted a 0-1 record with teammate Shashank Vij. 2006-2007 Season [Freshman]
In his second season in a Broncs uniform, Mohinta finished with 16 total victories in both singles' and doubles' competition... posted a 7-13 overall record in singles' action, including a 1-4 record in tournament competition, to go along with a 7-13 overall record in dual matches at the number-four and -five positions... notched a 9-9 overall record in doubles' action, including a 6-5 mark with teammate Ivan Avila in the number-two line-up position... collected five of his seven wins playing in the number-six position... captured three-consecutive matches in doubles' competition with Avila at the number-two position with victories coming against Prairie View A&M, University of Connecticut and University of Nebraska... collected a 8-6 victory over the team of Phenyo Matong and Ricardo Van Bolderic of Nicholls State... collected a hard-fought 9-7 decision over Adrian Szatmary and David Bendheim of University of Nebraska... won back-to-back matches at the number-six position of the rotation against Chris Scurry of Prairie View A&M by scores of 6-0, 6-0 followed by a two-set victory against University of Connecticut by a 6-1, 6-3 decision. 2005-2006 Season [University of New Orleans]
Mohinta spent the 2006 season with the University of New Orleans men's tennis program, but did not compete due to the season being suspended by the devastation of Hurricane Katrina. Bodhicarya Senior Secondary School
During his prep career, Mohinta was ranked in the top-20 in India and listed in the top-600 in the world according to the International Tennis Federation... was the second-ranked player in the State of West Bengal... selected as the Sportsman of the Year on three occasions (2001, 2002 and 2004) at Bodhicarya Senior Secondary School... represented the Bengal State Team at the All-India Inter-State Tennis Championships during the 2004 campaign at the Under-18 Level. Off the Court
Mohinta is the son of Kush and Rita Mohinta... was born on Oct. 23, 1986... has one sister - Pritha... majoring in management.