Steven Forman
Steven  Forman

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Del Mar, Calif.

High School:
Torrey Pines

Height:
6-4

Birthdate:
02/01/1989

Fall 2009

Finished 6-5 in singles, taking a ranked upset over No. 64 Viktor Maksimcuk of Louisville in the UVa Ranked +1 Tournament at the University of Virginia ... Finished 9-2 in doubles with Iain Atkinson, Advancing to the ITA Carolina Regional doubles finals.

2008-09 (Junior)

Posted an 18-10 singles record...Advanced to the quarterfinal round of the NCAA Divison I Doubles Championships with partner Cory Parr ... Went on a six match win streak from March 7th to March 22nd, including victories over opponents from #33 Michigan and #35 South Carolina...Defeated #83 Tobias Wernet of Minnesota on February 20th by a score of 2-6, 6-3, 6-2...Toppled #56 Clint Bowles of Florida State University on April 3rd to claim a 6-4, 7-5 victory...Compiled a doubles record of 25-7...Teamed up with doubles partner Cory Parr to form the fifth ranked duo in the nation throughout much of the season...Played in the top doubles position in all but one match...Began the season with six consecutive victories against such opponents as #3 Bram tenBerge and Jonas Berg of Mississippi and #53 Tobias Schell and Christoph Muller of Rice University...Posted an impressive 8-0 victory on April 18th over #47 Daniel Vallverdu and David Rosenfeld of Miami(Fl.). Fall 2008: Earned program's first-ever national title with the doubles championship win at the ITA's National Indoors competition in Charlottesville, Va. where he and Cory Parr defeated Southern California's Robert Farah and Steven Johnson with a 7-6 (3), 7-6(5) match win to take the title ... Finished with a 7-2 doubles record with Cory Parr ... Finished 2-3 in singles play.

Forman


2007-08 (Sophomore)
Posted a singles record of 16-8 ... Did not lose a singles match in the month of February ... Notched wins opponents from #34 Virginia Commonwealth, #20 Texas A&M, #19 Michigan, #42 NC State, #13 North Carolina, #27 Miami, and #29 Virginia Tech ... Reached a singles rank of #68 nationally ... Played at #1 or #2 singles throughout the spring campaign ... Recorded wins against three ranked opponents (#74 Pedro Campos of South Carolina, #78 Stefan Hardy of #13 North Carolina, and #40 Albert Larregola from #29 Virginia Tech) ... In doubles play with fellow Deac Cory Parr reached a national rank of #7 nationally ... Notched two huge doubles wins against #6 Nick Cavaday and Jay Weinacker of #42 NC State and #4 Taylor Fogleman and Chris Kearney of #13 North Carolina ... Reached the Round of 8 in NCAA Doubles Play ... Fall 2007: Completed the fall season 7-4 in singles matchups ... Went 5-2 in doubles ... Posted four back-to-back wins at Georgia's Southern Intercollegiates, including a straight set upset over No. 63 Will Ward of Kentucky ... Opened play at ITA Mideast Regionals with three doubles win with partner Cory Parr.

2006-07 (Freshman)
Graduated high school a semester early from Torrey Pines High School in Del Mar, Calif.. to join the Deacons for the spring 2007 semester... earned the only point for the Deacons in the Quarterfinals of the 2007 NCAA tennis championships by beating Virginia player Houston Barrick 6-3, 3-6, 6-3... clinched win against #36 South Carolina in February... clinched the team victory against #52 Louisville with a 6-4, 6-2 win on February 24 at home... rallied to a post three-set victory in his first ACC matchup against #21 NC State on March 21 in Raleigh, NC... Grabbed a win against ACC rival #35 Virginia Tech quickly defeating opponent 6-1, 6-2 on March 23 at home... easily defeated Charlotte opponents in NCAA opening round doubles match-up with a 8-2 with partner Cory Parr ... clinched win in NCAA first round match over Charlotte with a 6-3, 6-0 win.

Background
One of the top junior players in the nation... ranked as a blue chip prospect by TennisRecruiting.net... at one point in his high school career, he was ranked as the number one junior player in the nation by the website, tennisrecruiting.net... ended ranked as the number three player in California, number four in the southwest and the 19th-best player nationally... a mainstay in the top 10 during all four years of high school... a two-time CIF champion and state doubles champion... chose Wake Forest over Duke, Virginia and Southern Cal... coached at Torrey Pines by Ann Meigs... parents are Michael and Stephanie Forman.. has an older sister, Jennifer, who is a sophomore at Wake Forest and a younger sister, Karen, who is in the eighth grade and plays tennis... plans to have a career in pro tennis or business... born February 1, 1989 in La Jolla, Calif.


Forman's Career Statistics
Through December 2009

Singles

Year Dual Matches ACC Tourn Total
2006-07 20-8 5-5 -- 20-8
2007-08 16-8 7-3 7-4 23-12
2008-09 18-10 7-4 2-3 18-10
2009-10 -- -- 6-5 6-5
Totals 54-26 19-12 15-12 67-33

Doubles

Year Dual Matches ACC Tourn Total
2006-07 11-5 4-3 -- 11-5
2007-08 17-8 6-4 8-4 25-12
2008-09 25-7 6-4 7-2 32-9
2009-10 -- -- 9-2 9-2
Totals 53-20 16-11 24-8 77-28

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