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Jeff Hawke
Height: 6'0"
Year: Junior
Hometown: Rolling Hills Estates, Calif.
High School: Palos Verdes
Experience: 1 Letter
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» Net Posts With Jeff <!>Hawke (GoHuskies.com; Feb. 2, 2012) <COLOR=#E0CE96>HAWKE'S CAREER RECORD
YEAR SINGLES (dual • overall) DOUBLES (dual • overall)
2011-12 0-1 • 4-3 9-13 • 12-14
Career 0-1 • 4-3 9-13 • 12-14

2013-14 (Junior): Completed the season with an overall record of 8-9 in singles, playing at the two, three and four spot…made his 1-0 streak at the two spot against Seattle University’s Will Topp (6-1, 6-1) in the beginning of the season on February 22…snagged the rest of his wins at the four spot where he competed in the majority of the season, including crucial Pac-12 wins from No. 40 Stanford’s Trey Strobel (6-4, 3-6, 6-4), No. 5 UCLA’s Gage Brymer (6-1, 2-6, 1-2), and No. 44 Oregon’s 3-6, 7-6, 7-6)…Paired with a number of teammates in doubles competition…first paired with Emmett Egger, the duo dominated the one spot, where they gained all nine of their wins…picked up four Pac-12 defeats from top ranked opponents including #5 UCLA’s Giron/Sell (8-6), Arizona’s Shinde/Takeda (8-2), No. 43 Stanford’s Ho/Stineman (8-6), and No. 19 California’s Bayane/Melton (8-6)…the duo finished the doubles play season with a winning record of 9-8…also appeared with Chamerski and Pusclalau for one match each, finishing 0-1 with Chamerski and 1-0 with Pusclalau…Lastly, paired with Watanabe, the duo completed the season with a record of 1-1, gaining their win from No. 42 Minnesota’s Ramierz/Sydow (8-5) in the heart of the season on March 7…Hawke contributed 11 total wins to the team’s final record of 35-33 in doubles play, as well as 8 wins in singles play to boost the Huskie’s record of 72-61.

Completed the season with an overall record of 8-9 in singles, playing at the two, three and four spot…made his 1-0 streak at the two spot against Seattle University’s Will Topp (6-1, 6-1) in the beginning of the season on February 22…snagged the rest of his wins at the four spot where he competed in the majority of the season, including crucial Pac-12 wins from No. 40 Stanford’s Trey Strobel (6-4, 3-6, 6-4), No. 5 UCLA’s Gage Brymer (6-1, 2-6, 1-2), and No. 44 Oregon’s 3-6, 7-6, 7-6)…Paired with a number of teammates in doubles competition…first paired with Emmett Egger, the duo dominated the one spot, where they gained all nine of their wins…picked up four Pac-12 defeats from top ranked opponents including #5 UCLA’s Giron/Sell (8-6), Arizona’s Shinde/Takeda (8-2), No. 43 Stanford’s Ho/Stineman (8-6), and No. 19 California’s Bayane/Melton (8-6)…the duo finished the doubles play season with a winning record of 9-8…also appeared with Chamerski and Pusclalau for one match each, finishing 0-1 with Chamerski and 1-0 with Pusclalau…Lastly, paired with Watanabe, the duo completed the season with a record of 1-1, gaining their win from No. 42 Minnesota’s Ramierz/Sydow (8-5) in the heart of the season on March 7…Hawke contributed 11 total wins to the team’s final record of 35-33 in doubles play, as well as 8 wins in singles play to boost the Huskie’s record of 72-61.

 


2012-13 (Sophomore):
Finished his sophomore season with an overall record of 9-9, competing at the five and six spot…started the season off with two consecutive wins at the six spot defeating Vicente Varas of Gonzaga (7-6, 6-3) and No. 17 Tulsa’s Tristan Jackson (6-2, 3-6, 6-1) and finished at the six spot with a 6-5 record…earned his way to the five spot in mid season, and picked up three outstanding wins against Portland’s Paxton Devel (64, 7-5), Eastern Washington’s Eduardo Bringold (6-0, 6-2) and UNLV’s Bernard Schoman (6-1, 6-4)…outstanding wins for Hawke in singles play includes defeating Justin Shane of No. 1 ranked Virginia (6-4, 4-0) early in the season on February 15, as well as two-peat Pac-12 win against #43 Oregon, first against Brent Chin in a near shutout of 6-1, 6-0, and Aaron Clissold (6-4, 7-6), giving Hawke a 2-1 record in Pac-12 play…competed in doubles play with Hudson Barnhart, Marton Bots, Emmett Egger, Viktor Farkas, and Max Manthou...majority of doubles play was with Farkas, where the duo finished 6-6, earning a 1-0 record at the top spot, defeating Seattle University’s Malaguiti/Rappand (8-2)…the rest of their 6-6 overall record stemmed from the three spot, where they finished 5-6, where they snagged crucial wins against Korinek/Hilliard of No. 23 Texas (7-6), and No. 11 Florida’s Johnson/Van Overbeek (8-6)…paired with Egger, the duo finished with an overall season record of 4-3, picking up crucial Pac-12 wins against No. 64 Arizona, defeating Miccini/Urquidi (9-8), as well as Utah’s Mamedo/Medinilla (8-3), and No. 2 UCLA’s Puget/Sell (9-8)…picked up an additional win paired with Bots, finishing with a 1-2 record…snagged their one defeat as a duo from No. 66 Mennesota, dominating Frueh/Toledo (8-3)…finished with a record of 1-2 while paired with Manthou, picking up a Pac-12 defeat against Arizona’s Thompson/Urquidi…lastly, paired with Barnhart, the duo were featured in only one game this season, where they fell short of No. 41 Stanford, in the second round of the Pac-12 championship…overall, Hawke contributed 9 wins to the Huskies’ winning record of 101-70 in singles play, as well as a total of 16 wins in doubles play to the teams winning record of 41-39.



2011-12 (Freshman):
Made a huge contribution to the doubles lineup in his first season, going 12-14 overall in doubles and 9-13 in dual doubles matches ... also was 4-3 on the year in singles matches with one singles start ... six of seven singles matches came in the fall, including a runner-up finish in the second flight of the PNW Intercollegiates at Oregon ... five of his seven singles matches on the year went three sets, including three that went to a tiebreak after a full third set, going 2-1 in those matches ... one dual singles match came at No. 8 Pepperdine, and he nearly posted a major win, falling 6-4, 4-6, 7-6 (2) to David Sofaer at No. 6 singles ... played all but one doubles match with Max Manthou, as the two went 9-12 in dual play: 6-8 at No. 2 doubles and 3-4 at No. 3 doubles ... the pair won their first four dual matches and six of their first eight, with big wins against Louisville, Michigan, and UCSB all at No. 2 doubles ... got a Pac-12 doubles win on Apr. 13 over Utah and another two days later over Arizona ... started both NCAA tourney matches at No. 3 doubles, not finishing vs. NC State and falling to Sofaer/Clarke of Pepperdine, 8-4 ... with Manthou, won the PNW Intercollegiate Yellow doubles flight, defeating Oregon teams in the semis and final. High School and Personal: Born in Long Beach, California ... parents are Maureen and Jeff Hawke ... has two older sisters, Jessica and Heather ... was the top-ranked doubles player in Southern California ... captured the high school doubles title at the Ojai Valley Tournament, which also hosts the Pac-12 tourney, in both 2010 and 2011 ... reached the CIF SS doubles semifinals as a senior ... the Elk Grove National Open doubles champion in 2009 ... a three-time Bay League Player of the Year in high school and three-time Daily Breeze Player of the Year ... Palos Verdes Athlete of the Year as a senior ... two-time Bay League singles champion ... a four-star recruit according to TennisRecruiting.net, with a high of 84th nationally among his calss ... considering majoring in Mechanical Engineering.
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