Andrew Brasseaux
Andrew  Brasseaux


Covington, La.

High School:
St. Paul's School


Fall 2009
Did not play.

2008-09 (Junior)
Finished 6-10 in overall singles ... Opened the season by defeating UNC Asheville's Mauricio Correa by a score of 6-1, 6-1 in the number one singles spot ... Toppled Chong Wang of 17th ranked Rice University in the ITA Team Indoors Kickoff Tournament ...Posted a 6-4, 6-4 win over Robert Rotaru of 14th ranked Louisville ...Earned first doubles victory of the season with partner Joost Vogel in an 8-1 trouncing of Gardner-Webb's Andrew Veeder and Ryan Bernthal ... Fall 2008: Finished 2-2 in singles with a ranked win over #95 Tyler Hochwalt of Florida at UGA's Southern Intercollegiates ... Finished 2-2 in doubles with David Hopkins.

2007-08 (Sophomore)
Posted a singles record of 9-8... Won matches against opponents from #42 William and Mary, Davidson, Boston College, Elon, #40 Duke, #54 Clemson, #49 Georgia Tech, Virginia Tech, and #35 Auburn... Won six matches in straight sets during the spring campaign... Posted a doubles record of 5-13... Played with five different Deacon teammates (Iain Atkinson, Cory Parr, Charles Sartor, Jason Morgenstern, and Carlos Salmon)... Notched a huge doubles win with Carlos Salmon against #40 Nickolai Nielsen and Amit Inbar of #53 Maryland ... Fall 2007: Posted a 2-4 record in singles and 4-3 in doubles play... defeated Duke duo Dylan Arnould/Reid Carleton 9-8 with partner Steve Forman at the UVA Fall Invitational.

2006-07 (Freshman)
Handed South Carolina their first defeat of the season in doubles with Andrew Hamar winning 8-1 on February 14 at South Carolina... defeated defending national champions #8 Pepperdine 8-6 in doubles with Andrew Hamar on February 25 at home... took a three-set victory in his first ACC singles action against #51 Maryland on March 30 in College Park, MD... beat Charlotte opponent 6-3, 6-3 in first round of NCAAs in May...recorded a 6-4 singles record in his first semester as a Demon Deacon...went 1-2 at the UVa Fall Invitational with fellow rookie Jason Morgenstern...made it to the semifinals in the B-2 singles flight at the South Carolina Invitational with three singles wins...posted a 5-5 doubles record.

Brasseaux was the 100th-ranked junior nationally and the top player from Louisiana...a finalist at the ITF G-5 event in Ecuador in fall 2005 where he scored a 6-4, 6-2 win over Jose Zunino, an Ecuadorian who was been as high as No. 1138 in the ATP rankings...reached the quarterfinals at the Peru Junior Open...trained at Joey Blake's Top Notch Academy in Scottsdale, Ariz.

Brasseaux's Career Statistics
Through December 2009


Year Dual Matches ACC Tourn Total
2006-07 6-1 2-0 7-6 13-7
2007-08 9-8 4-3 3-4 11-12
2008-09 4-8 0-1 2-2 6-10
Totals 19-17 6-3 12-12 30-29


Year Dual Matches ACC Tourn Total
2006-07 7-8 1-4 6-7 13-15
2007-08 6-13 1-7 3-3 9-16
2008-09 1-10 -- 2-2 3-12
Totals 13-31 2-11 11-12 25-43

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