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  Ryan Scott
Ryan Scott

Player Profile
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Salt Lake City

High School:
Brighton HS

Height:
6-3

Birthdate:
03/20/1982

Experience:
3L

Utah: Named to 2005 spring semester academic all MWC Team ... compiled an overall 11-14 singles record and a 1-2 overall doubles record for 2004-05 season ... played No.5 and No.6 singles and saw doubles action at No.2 and No.3 ... posted singles victories over David Campbell of UNLV, Kalle Rosen of Denver, and Rawl Martin of Tennessee ... Reached quarter finals of singles and finals of doubles at the UNLV Rebel Fall Classic ... reached round of 32 of doubles with Dan Mascall ... posted doubles victories over Halligan/ Pfeifer of NMSU, and Ballam/ Rosheki of Utah State ...made an impressive return to both singles and doubles for 2003-04 season after a two year LDS Church mission to Canada ... played mainly at the No. 5 and 6 singles in 2003-04 ... compiled an overall 8-17 and a 8-13 dual singles record last season ... won Most Improved Player Award in 2003-04 ... posted key victory over Medina of BYU in first round of the MWC Tournament ... had dual match singles victories over Alexander of Air Force, Garces of Idaho State and Ames of New Mexico ... teamed up with multiple doubles partners throughout the season ... went 1-1 in doubles with Mike Bullard, defeating Webb and Reyes of Dartmouth ... composed a 1-4 record with Jason Yap ... posted win over Grooms and Wojak of NAU ... teamed-up with Tomasz Grzyb to post a 4-5 doubles record with wins over Pijoan and Stavridas of Idaho State, Ferrari and Fauvre of Saint Mary's and Engelbrecht and Marchat of Weber State ... redshirted the 2000-01 season.

High School/Juniors: State champion at No. 1 doubles for Brighton High School as a freshmen ... runner-up at No. 1 singles as a senior ... top four 5A state finisher all four years ... all-state in tennis ... honor roll student

Personal: Son of Brent and Nancy Scott ... born May 20, 1982 ... double majoring in Spanish and accounting.

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