Kyle McMorrow earns a spot in the NCAA singles field for the third-straight year.
Washington: 2001 All-American … vying to become UW’s first-ever two-time All-American…three-year letterwinner … ranks seventh on UW’s all-time list for singles wins in a career with 77 … tied for fifth place with teammate Strasberg on UW’s all-time list for singles wins in a season with 27 … with his career record of 77-33, he placed eighth on the school charts for winning percentage in a career at .700… enters the 2003 season at No. 11 in the preseason ITA singles rankings.
2001-02 (Junior): Ended the season with a No. 35 national singles ranking…earned second-team All-Pac-10 honors…played both No. 1 and No. 2 singles and doubles…advanced to the first round of the NCAA Singles Championships but fell to No. 16 Bobby Reynolds of Vanderbilt in straight sets (6-4, 6-2)…with the match tied 3-3, earned the clinching victory to give UW the NCAA second round upset of fifth-seeded Stanford…pulled his own upset that day, defeating No. 28 David Martin, 5-7, 7-6 (5), 6-1…notched an upset of No. 20 Michael Kogan, 6-4, 6-4, in UW’s NCAA first round win over Tulane…also paired with Dillon Ruby to pick up a doubles win in the No. 2 spot vs. Tulane…advanced to Pac-10 singles semifinal…compiled an overall singles record of 24-8, including a dual mark of 20-5…was 16-8 with Ruby in doubles action, recording the most doubles wins on the squad…won 10 singles matches over ranked opponents…won 10-straight singles matches from Feb. 3 to March 23.
2000-01 (Sophomore): Played in the No. 1 position and posted a 19-6 dual record and a 27-12 overall record … tied for first on the team with most singles wins … posted five wins over ranked opponents … upset No. 1 ranked Oskar Johansson of Arkansas, 6-3, 4-6, 7-5 … recorded a nine-match win streak (Feb. 24-March 31) … was ranked as high as 36th during the season … boasted a 3-0 mark in postseason team play … defeated Sergey Mikeladze of Hofstra, 6-2, 6-0, in first round of NCAA tournament … beat Notre Dame’s Casey Smith (79), 6-2, 6-4, and UCLA’s Jean-Julien Rojer (13), 6-3, 5-7, 6-2, in the NCAA’s second and third rounds, respectively … advanced to the round of 16 of the NCAA singles championships … defeated Rameez Junaid (57) of Auburn, 1-6, 7-6, 6-4, and Erik Scharf of St. Johns’s, 6-3, 6-2, in the first two rounds … earned an 18-14 overall record in doubles play … posted a 2-1 postseason record in doubles play with teammate Bizjak … earned wins over Teixeira/Harjes of Hofstra, 8-0, and Haddock/Farrell of Notre Dame, 8-2, in first and second rounds of NCAA tournament … became only the fifth Husky in history to be named All-American … garnered second team All-Pac-10 honors … earned honorable mention Pac-10 All-Academic honors.
1999-00 (Freshman): Played at the No. 1 and 2 singles spots ... Posted a 12-9 record at No. 1 and went undefeated at No. 2 with 3-0 record ... Second on team in singles wins with 26 ... Had six wins against ranked opponents ... Third freshman in UW history to have ITA singles ranking...Competed with senior Mark Woolley and defeated Coren/Hasson of San Diego State 8-6 in NCAA first round ... Duo finished the season with a 13-10 record ... Posted a 17-13 overall doubles record ... Competed in the quarterfinals of ITA Regionals ... Advanced to the championship round of the Bulldog Classic where he lost a heartbreaker to Rob Cheyne of Fresno State ... Earned second-team all-Pac-10 honors.
Juniors/High School: Trained seven years at the Bollettieri Academy ... Has played extensively at ITF junior events .
Personal: Matt A. Hanlin … born September 24, 1979 in Birmingham, England … son of Alan and Lorraine Hanlin … has one brother Ben, and a sister, Victoria.
Hanlin’s Career Record
YEAR SINGLES (dual/overall) DOUBLES (dual/overall)
1999-00 15-9/26-13 12-9/17-13
2000-01 19-6/27-12 14-11/18-14
2001-02 20-5/24-8 16-7/16-8
Career 54-20 / 77-33 42-27 / 41-35