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  Brad Bator
School: University of Washington
Year: graduated
Home Town: Bothell
Home State: Washington
Home Country: United States(USA)
High School: Inglemoor
Height: 5-9
Weight: 160 lbs.
Birth Date: Sunday, September 27, 1987
Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Economics
Singles Record: 14-10
Doubles Record: 18-16
2010-11 (Senior): Final season was limited by back problems, but he still lettered for the fourth season ... was 3-1 in singles matches on the year, all in dual play, and 2-4 overall in doubles matches ... did not compete during the fall, beginning his year with a 6-0, 6-1 win over Gonzaga's Jake Davis at No. 5 singles ... followed with a 6-0, 6-2 win over Angus Thompson of Pacific at No. 6 singles ... final singles match was a victory, as he beat Marco Comuzzo, 6-3, 6-1, in the No. 6 spot vs. Pacific on Jan. 29 ... teamed with Matt Stith for 8-3 doubles win against Gonzaga ... was 1-4 in dual matches with Marton Bots, beating Weihs/Kidane of Denver, 8-6, at third doubles.

2009-10 (Junior): Won his first nine singles matches of the season, going 4-0 in the fall and winning his first five dual matches ... went 11-4 overall in singles and 6-3 in dual matches ... had a critical 6-4, 6-0 win over Matt Walters of Arkansas at No. 6 singles in UW's 4-3 road win ... defeated Erik Sheldon of 21st-ranked Boise State in straight sets at sixth singles in the Husky victory ... defeated Oregon's Sho Higuchi to make the quarterfinals of the Pac-10 Invitational singles tourney ... won the B-flight of the PNW Intercollegiates in the fall, including wins over Doug Mayeda of Oregon and teammate Skyler Tateishi in the final ... was 5-2 overall in doubles and 2-1 in dual play ... had an 8-5 win with Tobi Obenaus at No. 3 doubles over Mullen and Sheldon of Boise State ... teamed with Alex Rosinski for a No. 1 doubles win over Seattle U. ... reached the PNW Intercollegiate doubles final with Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan, beating teams from Idaho, Oregon, and Boise State ... earned Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention.

2008-09 (Sophomore):
Competed in his first dual singles matches and started in doubles in 10 of the team's 24 dual matches ... was 2-1 in dual singles matches, including wins over players from Oregon and Gonzaga ... became the first native Washingtonian to get a dual singles win for the Huskies since 2005 ... was 4-3 at No. 3 doubles while playing with Tobi Obenaus, winning their first four matches against teams from Oklahoma, Boise State, Oregon, and Fresno State ... also went 1-2 with Alex Rosinski in dual matches and 5-4 overall, making the Round of 16 at Northwest Regionals in the fall ... lost first round singles match at Regionals but won four straight to make the consolation semis ... lost in the first round of both invitational singles and doubles draws at Pac-10's ... named Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention.

2007-08 (RS Freshman): Doubles skill helped him cracked the starting lineup in his first competitive season, going 5-4 in dual play and 8-8 overall in doubles play ... was 4-4 in singles matches with his first win coming on Oct. 5 against Jose Quiroga of San Diego at the Bulldog Classic, where he reached the semifinals of Flight 2 ... also competed in the ITA NW Regionals, losing to Romeo Mortera of Oregon in a third-set tiebreak ... lost to Cal's Bozhidar Katsarov in the first round of the Pac-10 Invitational ... had his most doubles success paired with Andy Kuharszky, the two going 4-1 at No. 2 doubles ... also went 1-3 at No. 3 doubles with Martin Kildahl ... earned first win in a Pac-10 match when he and Kuharszky defeated Claudio Christen and Andres Carrasco of Arizona, 8-6, on April 4 ... also competed in the Pac-10 Invitational doubles draw with David Chu, but fell in the first round.

Before Washington and Personal
Bradley Evan Bator...graduated from Inglemoor High School in Bothell, Wash...also played golf and baseball in high school...parents are mother, Pam, and father, Steve...has a sister, Coco...was 2006 state champion and was third in 2004...ranked No. 2 in the Northwest for Boy's 16's...was named Seattle Times Player of the Week during his career...participated in the 16 Zonals in Salt Lake City, 18 Winter Nationals and Copper Bowl in Arizona...taught tennis at Edgebrook Tennis Club...enjoys mountainbiking during his free time.