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Bryan Bailey
Hebron, Kentucky
 
Five Seasons
Recent Graduate, Class of 2008
 

Overall Record: 10-11 #620 on This Week's Recruiting List
GENERAL INFORMATION
 Height: 5' 11"
 Weight: 145 lbs
 Plays: Unknown
 H.S. Coach: Al Hertsenberg
 Private Coaches:   Federico Mas & Roland Lutz
 Favorite Player: Novack Djokovic
 

TOURNAMENTS
midwest designated 2006 and 2007. won springboro, ohio gran prix tournament in 2006.advanced to ohio valley sectionals tournament 2005 and 2006.

HIGH SCHOOL
2005 freshmen year 18-5 singles record lost to 2 seed in khsaa state tournament
2006 sophomore year recore 21-4 lost to 6 seed in khsaa state tournament . 2006 named mvp for covington catholic ninth regional champs sophomore year by coaching staff. 2007 doubles record 15-4 ninth regional champion. earned 9-16 seed for 2007 kentucky state championship.lost in third round of 16's to #1 seed and eventual state champ.receved all state honors qualified for state tournament fourth year in a row.named team captain 2008 by CCH head coach Al Hertsenberg first time captain has been named in 10 years at CCH second time ever in school history.won ninth region doubles second year in a row.

 
RECENT COMMITMENTS
9/29 Caroline Cox chooses CMS
9/28 Matthew Lord chooses Virginia
9/28 Andrew Imrie chooses RPI
9/27 Noah Morrow chooses Redlands
9/27 Caroline Pozo chooses Northwestern
9/26 Keegan Smith chooses UCLA
9/26 Claire Dean chooses UC Irvine
9/26 Alyssa Hahn chooses Davidson
9/26 Kevin Huang chooses Davidson
9/25 April Wong chooses Azusa Pacific

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 THE LATEST FROM TENNIS WAREHOUSE
9/28 Final week to save an extra 25% off liquidation apparel!
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9/26 Kick your kick serve up a notch! Check out some tips from @paul_annacone and @PlaySight
9/26 "The art of war is of vital importance ..... a road either to safety or to ruin." - Sun Tzu.
 
 

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