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Alexander Pollock
Raleigh, North Carolina
Broughton High School
Recent Graduate, Class of 2012

Overall Record: 2-7  
 Height: 5' 10"
 Weight: 140 lbs
 Plays: Right-handed
 H.S. Coach: Bill White and Steve Spivey
 Private Coach:   Tyler Roberts
 Favorite Player: Unknown

Wiiner of 24 USTA tournaments; finalist or consolation winner in 36 tournaments; major tournaments include Southern Closed, NC Qualifer, NC State Closed, Southern Designated (NC, SC, Ga, La, Ms), Sea Pines Junior, Southern Fall Indoor Closed , Southern Winter Closed, Tennessee State Indoor Open champion, NC Clay Court State Open doubles finalist

Senior year: CAP-8 indivual singles champion, 15-3 singles record, All-Conference, regional qualifier, team was Cap-8 conference champion and state semi-finalist; Junior year: 16-1 singles, All-Conference, regional qualifier, CAP-8 conference champion and dual team sectional champion; Sophomore year: 19-2 singles, team was 4A state-runner up and CAP-7 conference champion; Freshman year: 19-3 singles record, dual team sectional champion

Vandeer Tennis, Hilton Head and Sweet Briar

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