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Jaime Cuellar

  • height 5-9
  • weight 175
  • class Redshirt Junior
  • Hometown San Salvador, El Salvador
  • High school Sagemont Virtual
  • height 5-9
  • weight 175
  • class Redshirt Junior
  • Hometown San Salvador, El Salvador
  • High school Sagemont Virtual

Jaime Cuellar Bio

Cuellar’s Career Match Results in PDF Format Get Acrobat Reader

Senior (2008-09) – Settled into the No. 3 singles position for the spring after not competing in the fall … Finished season with a 9-11 singles record and a 12-8 doubles mark, paired mostly with Johannes Pulsfort … Was outstanding on the doubles court in the month of March, teaming with Pulsfort for a 6-2 mark, including a five-match win streak that featured the doubles-point clinching wins against Mississippi State and Clemson as well as the team’s lone doubles wins at then No. 4 Georgia and then-No. 15 Tennessee … Clinched the victory over archrival Clemson with a straight-set singles win … Topped Vanderbilt’s Vijay Pual at No. 3 singles to give the Gamecocks their first SEC victory of the season … Opened the season with a five-match win streak in singles. R-Junior (2007-08) – Posted a 4-11 singles record and a 5-8 mark in doubles play … Put together a three-match win streak in singles to open the spring dual-match schedule … Scored a straight-set win over Clemson’s Kevin Galloway as the Gamecocks swept the singles matches against their cross-state rival … Teamed with David Wolff to scored the team’s lone doubles win against UNLV … Teamed with Ivan Cressoni for a 9-7 victory at No. 3 doubles against Wake Forest to help the Gamecocks secure the doubles point … Battled Charleston Southern’s Grega Teraz to a third-set tie-breaker win at No. 3 singles … Named to the SEC Spring Sports Academic Honor Roll. Junior (2006-07) – Went a combined 5-2 in singles and doubles before sustaining an injury and sitting out the reminder of the season. Sophomore (2005-06) – Earned second-team All-SEC honors … Compiled a 17-10 overall singles record … Had a 12-8 mark in dual match action, including a 5-4 mark in SEC play … Played the majority of his singles matches at the No. 2 spot … Won three matches against ranked opponents … In his only match at the No. 1 position, knocked off No. 81 Roy Sichel of Charlotte, 6-4, 6-0 … Defeated No. 64 Andrew Harmar of Wake Forest in three sets, 6-3, 4-6, 7-6 … Picked up a straight-sets victory over No. 58 Bruno Agostinelli of Kentucky, 6-4, 6-2 … Combined with Tom Eklund for the most doubles wins on the team by posting a 12-6 record … Had an overall doubles record of 20-14 with three different doubles partners … Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll. Freshman (2004-05) – Had a sensational freshman season in 2005, becoming the first true freshman to lead the team in singles victories since Vladimir Pavicevic in 1998 … Finished with a 28-12 overall record, including a 12-5 mark in three-set affairs … Posted an incredible 14-match winning streak to begin his first dual match season, winning 21-of-24 singles matches from Nov. 7 to April 6 … His 53 combined singles and doubles wins were the most for any Carolina player since Pavicevic recorded 58 in 1998 … Named to the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll … Made the Dean’s List in the fall. High School/Junior Highlights – Played at Sagemont Virtual in Weston, Fla. … Won team and individual state championships … Played junior tournaments at Wimbledon, U.S. Open and French Open … Won a doubles title at the Orange Bowl … Ranked in the top 20 in singles and top four in doubles in the world.

Cuellar’s Career Record

SINGLES
Tiebreakers
Year Overall Tourn. Dual #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 3-Set 7-Pt. 10-Pt.
2004-05 28-12 6-6 22-6 1-0 14-5 7-1 11-5 8-5 1-0
2005-06 17-10 3-2 14-8 1-0 9-8 4-0 3-2 4-1 0-1
2006-07 2-1 2-1 0-1 1-0 1-0
2007-08 4-11 0-4 4-7 1-0 2-1 1-2 0-4 0-6 2-1 1-1
2008-09 9-11 9-11 2-0 7-11 0-3 0-2
Totals 60-45 9-12 51-33 1-1 13-8 26-16 10-2 1-2 0-4 14-16 14-9 2-2
DOUBLES
Year Overall Tourn. Dual #1 #2 #3
2004-05 25-13 8-5 17-8 3-0 13-8 1-0
2005-06 20-14 5-1 15-13 2-4 13-9
2006-07 3-1 3-1 3-1
2007-08 5-8 0-2 5-6 2-1 3-5
2008-09 12-8 12-8 4-0 8-8
Totals 65-44 13-8 52-36 5-4 35-19 12-13

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