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Marcus Dornauf's Profile
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  Marcus Dornauf
School: University of Texas-Pan American
Year: graduated
Home Town: Launceston, Australia
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Home Country: Australia
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Dominant Hand: Right
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Singles Record: 0-0
Doubles Record: 0-0
2007-08 Season [Freshman]
Dornauf made an immediate impact on the Broncs tennis program as he led the Broncs in singles action with an 11-7 mark including a 4-3 record in the Southland Conference...notched a 1-1 record in the number-five spot and a 10-6 mark in the number-six position in the rotation...recorded wins against Tennessee Tech, Prairie View A&M, Centenary College, Arkansas-Little Rock, Nicholls State, Southeastern Louisiana, Southern, UTA, Lamar, ORU and Santa Clara...of three matches that went into third-set super tiebreakers, won two of them including a 7-6, 3-6, 15-13 victory over Arkansas-Little Rock and a 3-6, 7-6, 1-0 victory over Southeastern Louisiana...notched a 4-5 record in doubles action with teammate Nirvick Mohina in the number-three spot in the rotation including a 1-3 record in the Southland Conference...as a team with Andrew Irving, recorded a 3-5 overall record in doubles with a 1-0 record in the number-one spot and a 2-5 mark in the number-two spot in the rotation...Dornauf teamed up with Ivan Avila for one doubles match as they dropped an 8-9 decision to Asaf Cohen/Einar Hart of San Francisco...earned Aeropostale Southland Conference Player of the Week honorable mention honors on one occasion...named to the All-Southland Conference Second Team. Prep Career
Dornauf comes to the Rio Grande Valley from Scotch Oakburn College Prep where he was ranked number-one in the State of Tasmania... ranked 29th in Australia for his age group... team captain at Scotch Oakburn College Prep... ranked in the top-200 in Australia... ranked number-five in the State of Tasmania in Men's Open competition.   Off the Court
Dornauf is the son of Robin and Karen Dornauf... was born oh Jan. 1, 1989... has one brother - Simon who won the National Bronze medal in Australia.