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Yevgeny Supeko

  • height 6-2
  • weight 189
  • class Senior
  • Hometown Daytona Beach, Fla.
  • High school New Braunfels High (Texas)
  • height 6-2
  • weight 189
  • class Senior
  • Hometown Daytona Beach, Fla.
  • High school New Braunfels High (Texas)

Yevgeny Supeko Bio

2007 SEC Academic Honor Roll

Fall 2007 – Did not compete in the fall.

Junior (2006-07) – Compiled a 22-11 singles record, winning 14 consecutive matches from Nov. 11 to March 15 … Was ranked as high as No. 58 in singles competition … Finished 16-11 in doubles competition … Partnered with Pedro Campos to finish with a 16-11 overall mark … The duo finished the year at No. 54 in the ITA doubles rankings … Captured the A-1 doubles title with Campos at the USC Fall Invitational … Reached the semifinals of the A-1 singles bracket in the USC Invitational … Competed in the ITA Mideast Region Championships in Chapel Hill, N.C., and produced a 1-1 singles record … Defeated No. 46 Ryan Preston of Vanderbilt in early April … Made the SEC Academic Honor Roll.

Sophomore (2005-06) – Transferred to South Carolina following his freshman season at Texas A&M … Led the team in total singles victories in his first season at South Carolina … Finished with an 18-17 overall singles record, with most of his matches played at the No. 3 or No. 4 spot … Won his first six matches in dual competition … Was 14-12 in dual matches, including a 5-5 mark during SEC play … Collected four consecutive wins in conference matches, all in straight sets, from March 31 through April 9 … Earned singles victories in both of the Gamecocks[apos] matches at the SEC Tournament … Had a 13-16 doubles record … Teamed with Geraldo Knorr for a 7-3 record and a national ranking as high as No. 44 before Knorr[apos]s season ended due to injury.

At Texas A&M (2004-05) – As a true freshman, compiled a 17-12 mark in singles for the Aggies and head coach Tim Cass.

High School Highlights/Junior Tennis Highlights – Earned the No. 1 seed at the Kalamazoo Junior Championships … Was ranked fifth in the USTA Boys[apos] 18s national rankings and No. 2 in Boys[apos] 16s nationally … Coached by Bill Rappa … Attended New Braunfels High in Texas.

Personal – Born on November 26, 1985 … Son of Marina Supeko.

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