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  Adam Lee
School: Wake Forest University
Year: Senior
Home Town: Auckland
Home State:
Home Country: New Zealand
High School: Glendowie College
Height: 6-2
Birth Date: Tuesday, June 02, 1992
Dominant Hand: Right
Singles Record: 31-2
Doubles Record: 21-11
2012-13 (Junior)
Turned in one of the best seasons in program history, setting a Wake Forest single-season record with 38 singles wins ... Earned All-ACC honors for the first time ... Posted a 38-9 singles record, including a 24-2 mark in dual matches ... Won his last 12 matches of the season ... Went 25-11 in doubles, playing primarily with Danny Kreyman ... Earned national rankings for the first time in his career, rising as high as No. 51 in doubles and No. 105 in singles ... Ended the year at No. 123 in singles and No. 51 in doubles ... Played primarily at the No. 4 and No. 5 singles positions, going 12-1 at No. 4 and 9-1 at No. 5 ... Posted the best win of his career, beating No. 16 Mac Styslinger of Virginia in straight sets ... Also defeated ranked opponents No. 89 Artemiy Nikitin (SC State) and No. 112 Chris Mengel (Duke) ... Went 9-1 in ACC play ... Posted notable non-conference singles wins against opponents from Louisville, Michigan, South Carolina, Tennessee, Oklahoma, and VCU ... Posted a 13-6 record at No. 2 doubles, primarily with Kreyman ... Earned ranked doubles victories against No. 16 Alex Domijan and Mitchell Frank (Virginia), No. 34 Blake Davis and Dominic Cotrone (Florida State) and No. 37 Connor Glennon and David O'Hare (Memphis) ... Notched ACC doubles wins against teams from NC State, Miami, Virginia Tech, Florida State, Boston College and Clemson ... Took third place in his singles flight at the WFU Fall Invite ... Played his way through prequalifying to reach the second round of qualifying at the ITA All-American Championships ... Finished third in doubles at the UVA Ranked Plus One Invitational and at the Wake Forest Spring Invite with Jon Ho

2011-12 (Sophomore)
Went 23-17 in singles and 26-11 in doubles ... Played primarily at No. 4 singles and No. 2 doubles with Danny Kreyman ... With Kreyman, went 9-2 against ACC opponents, tying the school record for ACC wins by a doubles team in a season ... Won 11 straight doubles matches between February 11 and March 25 - the longest winning streak of his career ... Also won his last six singles matches of the season, all against ACC opposition ... Closed out Dominique Maden of Clemson to complete a dramatic 4-3 comeback victory for the Demon Deacons in the first round of the ACC Championship ... Tied for first on the team with four dual match-clinching wins ... Ranked second on the squad with a 6-5 singles record in conference play ...Went 21-7 in dual match doubles action ... Posted notable doubles wins over teams from Louisville, Michigan, North Carolina, Duke, Florida State, Virginia Tech, Maryland, Georgia Tech and Clemson ... Reached the quarterfinals of the ITA Carolina Regional in singles ... Made the doubles semifinals of the ITA Carolina Regional with partner Danny Kreyman

2011 (Freshman)
Enrolled at the University in January ... Notched a 10-6 singles record and 5-8 doubles record ... Earned four match-clinching singles wins (VCU, Davidson, Louisville and Maryland) for the Demon Deacons, more than anyone else on the team ... Played in 17 dual matches for the Deacons ... Played primarily at the No. 5 and No. 6 singles positions and the No. 2 and No. 3 doubles positions ... Earned the best victory of his young career in Wake's NCAA Tournament match against Virginia, outlasting No. 39 Drew Courtney 1-6, 6-4, 6-1 ... Defeated Philipp Seifert in the Demon Deacons' victory over No. 33 Rice ... Clinched Wake's 4-3 win over No. 31 Louisville with a 7-6, 6-3 takedown of Andrew Carter ... Also sealed the Deacs' triumph over Maryland with a 7-5, 3-6, 6-3 win against Andy Mcgee ... In doubles, beat Virginia's Julen Uriguen and Santiago Villegas 8-6 with partner Tripper Carleton ... Also posted ACC doubles wins over teams from Boston College, Maryland and Clemson


Had significant success on the ITF Junior Circuit ... Achieved a peak junior ranking of No. 91 in the world ... Won two ITF Junior singles titles and one doubles title ... Was a singles finalist at three other ITF events ... Won the 2009 New Zealand 18 & Under singles championship, defeating Jordan Kelly-Houston (Florida State) in the finals ... Reached the final round of 2010 Australian Open juniors qualifying ... Earned an ATP ranking point with a win at the Wellington, New Zealand Futures tournament in 2010 ...Won the 2008 New Zealand 16 & Under Hardcourt singles and doubles championships ... Was a prefect leader and peer support leader while in secondary school at Glendowie College ... Also coached and played on the school soccer team

Born 6/2/1992 in Sheffield, United Kingdom ... Full name is Adam James Lee ... Son of Martin and Lesley Lee