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Hunter Scott
Fredericksburg, Virginia
 
UMW Indoor Tennis Center
Recent Graduate, Class of 2010
 

Overall Record: 1-4  
GENERAL INFORMATION
 Height: 6' 1"
 Weight: 185 lbs
 Plays: Right-handed
 H.S. Coach: Wes Bergazzi
 Private Coach:   Don Paitrick
 Favorite Player: Unknown
 

TOURNAMENTS
Boys 18s singles and doubles Virginia Olympics (a.k.a. Coventry Commonwealth Games of Virginia) (July 2009)
o Silver Medal, Doubles (July 2009)
o Final Four, Singles (July 2009)

United States Tennis Association (USTA) -- In mid-2009, 17-year-old Hunter started playing in USTA 18-year-old boys tennis tournaments:
o Ranked No. 43: Virginia (April 2010)
o Ranked No. 97: Mid-Atlantic (April 2010)
o Ranked No. 19: Middle States-Allegheny Mountain (June 2009)
o Boys 18s singles Won University Mary Washington Battleground Junior Championships (August 2009) (Champion)
o Boys 18s singles Won Culpeper Country Club (July 2009) (Champion)
o Boys 18s singles Second Place at Christopher Newport University's Hard Court Championships (August 2009)
o Boys 18s singles Reached Semi-Finals at Oglebay Tennis Classic, Singles (June 2009)
o Boys 18s singles 4th Place at Virginia Beach Junior Harvest Championships (September 2009)

United States Tennis Association (USTA)--- 2010, 18 year old Hunter
o Boys 18s singles 3rd place at the Nasdaq tournament in Baltimore (January 2010)

HIGH SCHOOL
Athletics
o Varsity Cross Country- 11
o Fall Ball Baseball- 9
o Varsity tennis -- Three-Year Winning Record: Singles -- 9, 10, 11, and Doubles -- 9, 10, 11
o All-Academic Award athlete -- 9, 10, 11
o Most Valuable Player (MVP) tennis player -- 11
o Captain of the tennis team-- 12
o Regionals tennis -- 11
o Won University of Mary Washington -- End of School Year, High School Doubles Championship (May 2008)

Academics
o Boys State- 11- Nationalist Party Chairmen, Soccer, Tennis top 8 player, Choir, and Bronze Medal city
o Academic Letter awarded for excellence for 2 years for holding a A average GPA- 11
o National Honor Society- 11, 12
o The National Society of High School Scholars- 12
o Future Business Leaders of America- 11, 12- Officer 11 Parliamentarian and 12 Reporter
o Learn and Serve- 10- Bronze Presidential Community Service Award 100 plus hours of community service
o Scholastic Bowl- 11, 12 (Co-captain)
o Congressional Student Leadership Conference- 11
o People to people student ambassador to Japan- 10
o Student Council Association Senior Member- 12
o Key club- 11, 12
o Students Against Destructive Decisions- 11, 12
o Link Crew Leaders- 12- Leader
o Varsity Debate Team- 10
o Business Law Student of the year- 11

TENNIS CAMPS
University of Mary Washington (last 4 years)

 
RECENT COMMITMENTS
3/23 Matthew Kennedy chooses Emory & Henry
3/23 Baylen Harper chooses Nichols
3/23 Gavin Spencer chooses UC Irvine
3/23 Hunter Egger chooses Gonzaga
3/23 Dominique Schaefer chooses N.C. State
3/23 Jake Kim chooses Pacific Lutheran
3/22 Emma Sass chooses Wash U
3/22 Romesh Kahatapitiya chooses Navy
3/22 Madison Rogers chooses Shenandoah
3/22 Savana McDowell chooses UC Santa Cruz

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