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Emmett Egger
Height: 6'1"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Issaquah, Wash.
High School: Insight School of Washington
Experience: 1 Letter
YEAR SINGLES (dual • overall) DOUBLES (dual • overall)
2011-12 13-10 • 21-12 12-11 • 16-14
2012-13 10-16 • 14-19 11-14 • 20-18
2013-14 11-11 • 11-11 12-9 • 12-9
Career 34-37 • 46-42 35-34 • 48-41
Egger Features
» Egger Staying Ahead Of The Curve (; May 10, 2012)
» No Place Like Home (UW Daily; Feb. 15, 2012)

2014-15 (Senior): Competed in the top four spots and finished the season 9-14 overall… had three wins to start off the season…earned Pac-12 wins in the three spot against Utah’s Freddie McGeehan (6-4, 6-3) and Matt Cowley (6-1, 6-3) and Arizona’s Jason Jaruvang (6-2, 6-4) doubles, competed mostly with Hawke in the one spot and earned a team-high 13 wins with 5 losses…pulled out a win against the No. 3 doubles pair in the country Hanfmann/Quiroz (6-4) of USC…finished doubles play with a total of 14 wins, contributing to the Huskies’ record of 36-31…added to their winning record of 86-55 in singles play with 9 wins.

2013-14 (Junior): Competed mostly at the top spot, as well as the two, three and four spot...completed the season with a record of 11-11 in singles play…led the team at the top spot with four wins, starting off the season strong with a defeat against Ratan Gill (6-2, 6-4) of Portland in the season opener on January 16…earned two Pac-12 wins at the top against Arizona’s Kieran Thompson (6-1, 6-2) and No. 44 Oregon’s Robin Cambier (6-1, 6-4)…also picked up Pac-12 wins at the four spot, against Oregon’s Joey Swaysland (6-4, 6-3), and at the two spot, with an outstanding win against Raymond Sarmiento (6-7, 6-3, 10-4) of top seed USC…competed the majority of doubles play with Jeff Hawke, and also with Michael Chamerski…finished with an over record of 9-8 paired with Hawke, where the duo earned all their wins at the top spot, including big wins against No. 40 Standford’s Morrissey/Romanowicz (6-3) in pre season play and Ho/Stineman (8-6)- in the regular season, No. 5 UCLA’s Giron/Sell (8-6), Arizona’s Kieran/Thompson (6-1, 6-2), No. 19 California’s Bayane/Melton (8-6) and Cambier/Farin (8-5) against No. 44 Oregon in the first round of the Pac-12 championship on April 23…also paired with Chamerski, the duo finished 3-1, earning their three defeats over No. 30 Tulsa, No. 46 Virginia Tech, and Gonzaga…Egger finished the overall season with an 11-11 record in singles play and a total of 12 doubles play wins.

2012-13 (Sophomore): Competed in the top four spots in singles play, and finished the season with an overall record of 10-16…dominated the top spot, finishing 1-0 by defeating Eastern Washington’s Joseph Cohen (6-2, 3-6, 10-4)…went 1-2 in the number two spot, picking up one win from Seattle University against Zach Kosanke (3-6, 6-3, 10-6)…wrapped up the three spot with a winning record of 6-5, including an outstanding performance against No. 1 Virginia, defeating Mitchell Frank (6-1, 2-6, 1-0) on February 8…went 4-9 at the four spot, two wins coming from Pac-12 play, where he defeated Utah’s Devin Lane (6-4, 7-5), and Stanford’s Robert Stineman (7-5, 6-4)…finished all Pac-12 play with a record of 2-7 in singles play…in doubles play, paired with Hudson Barnhart, Jeff Hawke, Kyle McMorrow, and Max Manthou…paired with Barnhart, the duo competed at the three spot, going 0-3 for the season…finished with a winning record of 4-3 while competing Hawke, picking up three Pac-12 defeats against Arizona’s Thompson/Takeda (6-4, 5-7, 6-4), Utah’s Mamedo/Medinilla (8-3), and Puget/Sell of Utah (9-8)…paired with McMorrow, the duo competed at the top spot, finshing with a record of 4-5, picking up a huge win against No. 1 Virginia, defeating Jenkins/Stylslinger (6-7), as well as a defeat against No. 11 Florida’s Watson/Federhofer (8-4)…competing with Manthou, the duo went 1-0 at the top spot, and 0-2 at the two spot, making an overall season record of 1-2 in their doubles play…snatched their win in the top spot in the season opener against Gonzaga on January 12, defeating Mijatovic/Guillermo (8-2)…Egger finished doubles play with a combined total of nine wins, contributing to the Huskies’ doubles play winning record of 41-39…also contributed to their winning record of 101-70 in singles play, with 10 wins.

2011-12 (Freshman): Excellent first season for the Washington native, as he played in the top half of the Husky singles lineup all year, with the majority of that time at No. 2 singles ... named the ITA Northwest Region Freshman of the Year and finished the season ranked 14th in the Northwest Region singles rankings ... ranked 10th in the preseason ITA Newcomer/Freshman rankings ... was 21-12 overall in singles matches, including a 13-10 mark in dual play where he was 1-0 at No. 1 singles, 9-9 at No. 2 singles, and 3-1 at No. 3 singles ... played No. 1 singles in the first match of his career, beating Seattle U.'s Mark Shkrebtan, 6-1, 6-1 ... helped UW to a big weekend with No. 2 singles wins over Shaun Bernstein of Michigan and Greg Scott of UC Santa Barbara on Feb. 11-12 ... got first ranked win in dual play with a 7-6 (7), 6-4 win over 85th-ranked Clifford Marsland of Tulsa in a big 4-3 Husky win ... lost five straight Pac-12 matches at No. 2 singles, four coming against top-40 players, but bounced back with five consecutive wins from Apr. 15 to May 11 ... won both singles matches in the Pac-12 tourney, beating Arizona's Sumeet Shinde, 6-1, 6-4, and California's Gregory Bayane, 7-5, 2-6, 6-3, both at No. 3 singles ... posted a straight set win in the NCAA first round over North Carolina State's Julian Sullivan, but lost his singles match in UW's next match against Pepperdine ... had a very impressive fall season, picking up his first collegiate singles title with a win in the PNW Intercollegiates, hosted by Oregon, and defeating Oregon's top two players, Robin Cambier and Alex Rovello, in the semis and the final, respectively ... earned first career ranked win in the fall, with a victory over then-No. 79 Christoffer Konigsfeldt of California, 6-3, 6-4, in the NW Regionals round of 16 ... fell in the ITA NW Regional quarterfinals to top-seeded Ryan Thacher of Stanford ... in doubles, teamed primarily with Kyle McMorrow, as the two went 11-11 overall and 9-9 at No. 1 doubles ... preseason ranked 29th in doubles with McMorrow and also ranked 63rd on Mar. 13 ... with McMorrow, had two ranked wins, both against Louisville, beating then-No. 24 Carter/Stiefelmeyer, 8-5, on Jan. 28, and then beating then-No. 34 Carter/Wagner, 8-1, on Mar. 3 ... also went 1-2 at No. 2 doubles with Matt Stith, and 1-0 at No. 1 and 1-0 at No. 3 doubles with Marton Bots ... advanced to the ITA NW Regional doubles quarterfinals with McMorrow in the fall ... earned the ITA's All-Academic Team honor.

High School and Personal: Born in Bellevue, Washington ... parents are Phillip and Nadine Egger ... the middle child of five siblings, with an older brother Adrian, older sister Rachel, younger brother Hunter, and younger sister Grace ... one of the top recruits in the country, he was rated a blue chip recruit by, and was ranked in the top-five among the class of 2011 for the past two years, winding up at No. 4 nationally ... in the U.S. junior rankings for boys 18-under, he was ranked as high as No. 2 overall ... competed in qualifying at the junior U.S. Open, Wimbledon, French Open, and Australian Open tourneys in 2011 ... took third in doubles at the 2011 USTA National Boys 18 Championships in August of 2011 ... made the quarterfinals of the 2011 Easter Bowl in singles and the finals in doubles ... had a career-high ITF junior ranking of 76th ... reached the semis of the 2010 USTA National Spring Championships ... qualified for a pro circuit Futures main draw in September of 2011 in Claremont, Calif., and made the singles and doubles finals of the level 3 NZL ITF in 2011 ... was ranked No. 1 for 14-under and won the Easter Bowl in 2007 ... represented the U.S. in the junior Davis Cup in 2007 in the Czech Republic ... attended Brookhaven and Advantage tennis academies, playing for Dave Anderson and Jimmy Johnson.

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