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Height: 5'9"
Weight: 145
Year: Senior
City/State: Potomac, Md.
High School: Churchill


ACC All-Academic Team (2009, 2010)
ACC Academic Honor Roll (2008, 2009, 2010)
ITA Scholar Athlete (2008, 2009, 2010)

Tallied a career 71-44 record in singles and 42-29 mark in doubles ... notched 20 or more singles wins in his sophomore and senior seasons ... posted a career ACC record of 18-10 in singles and 9-8 in doubles ... had four career match-clinching wins to his credit ... tallied six wins over ranked opponents in singles.

2010-11 (Senior): Saved his best season for his senior year as he recorded a career-high 24 singles victories (24-11) ... played primarily at the No. 5 position with an 11-4 record at that spot and a 14-5 overall record in dual matches ... played in four ACC dual matches with a 3-1 record ... tallied a 16-13 record in doubles, including an 8-9 mark in dual matches and 3-1 conference record ... clinched two matches for the Blue Devils, both in ITA National Team Indoors play ... his win at No. 5 sealed Duke's 7-0 win over Michigan in the first round of the ITA Kickoff Weekend ... Pinsky also clinched the Blue Devils' quarterfinal 4-1 win over No. 11 Florida in Seattle at the ITA National Team Indoor Championships ... he went 2-1 in Seattle with a straight set win over Emilio Gomez to help Duke upset No. 2 Southern California in the opening match of the weekend ... he had three singles wins over ranked opponents, defeating No. 68 Iain Atkinson of Wake Forest, No. 98 Dominic Hodgson of N.C. State and No. 122 Tyler Davis of Notre Dame ... jumped out to a hot start in the dual match season with wins in his first six singles matches and first four doubles contests ... during the fall he was one of four Blue Devils with at least 10 singles victories and also had an 8-3 record in doubles ... teamed with Fred Saba to win the doubles title at the Duke Fab Four Invite with a 3-0 record ... reached the semifinals of the ITA Carolina Regional Championships with Saba before losing to teammates Reid Carleton and Henrique Cunha, 8-5 ... made the semifinals in singles of both the Duke Fab Four Invite and the UVA Ranked Plus One Invitational.

2009-10 (Junior): Completed the year with a 16-8 singles record and 10-4 doubles ledger ... entered the singles lineup for good March 26 at Harvard and won his next six matches to end the ACC season with a 6-0 record ... he became the 26th player in school history to go undefeated in conference play with at least five matches played ... recorded a 10-4 record in dual matches with a 6-4 mark at the No. 5 position ... downed No. 73 Blas Moros of Notre Dame 7-5, 6-2 for his lone ranked win of the year ... won his first career match at the No. 1 position, defeating Jack Waissen of N.C. Central 6-4, 6-3 ... was 7-1 at the No. 3 spot in doubles contests during the dual match season, including a 2-0 record with Reid Carleton in ACC matches ... posted a 4-3 singles record and 1-2 doubles mark in the fall ... had two wins in singles at both the UVA Ranked Plus One Invitational and ITA Carolina Regional.

2008-09 (Sophomore): Third on the team with 22 singles wins, ending the season with a 22-15 record ... also had a 12-11 record in doubles ... went 12-8 at the No. 4 position in the order ... tallied wins in his first five matches of the spring in both singles and doubles ... earned two victories over ranked opponents in singles ... delivered a match-clinching victory in a 5-2 win over Clemson ... finished the fall in strong fashion to go 7-5 in singles and 5-4 in doubles ... won his first round singles match in all three fall tournaments ... went 4-1 in singles at the Wilson/ITA Mideast Regionals with two qualifying victories and two wins in the main draw ... also qualified in doubles with David Holland at the Mideast Regional, posting a 2-1 record ... teamed with Aaron Carpenter for two doubles wins at the Southern Intercollegiate Championships ... named to the ACC All-Academic team ... received ACC Academic Honor Roll and ITA Scholar-Athlete honors.  

2007-08 (Freshman): Tallied a 9-10 singles record with a 4-3 mark in ACC matches ... played everywhere from No. 3 to No. 6 in the lineup with 13 of his 17 dual matches coming in the bottom two spots in the order ... posted a win in his only conference match at No. 5 and was 3-3 in league play when playing in the No. 6 hole of the lineup ... defeated Renzo Maggi of Loyola Marymount, 6-4, 7-5, for his first career match-clinching victory ...  won three straight ACC matches from March 28 - April 4 ... registered a 4-1 overall record in doubles with a victory in his only ACC match of the season ... teamed with Alex Stone for an 8-5 win over Adam Davison and Thomas Nolan of Boston College to clinch the doubles point in his only conference doubles match of the year ... did not compete in the fall season after recovering from a back injury ... battled injuries to his back and hamstring throughout his first season ... named to the ACC Honor Roll and was chosen as an ITA Scholar Athlete.

Prep: One of two blue chip recruits in the class of 2011 ... ranked as high as No. 8 on the college recruiting lists and No. 6 in the Tennis RPI rankings ... three-time Maryland individual state champion (2004, 2005 and 2007) ... went 17-1 on the way to his third state championship as a senior ... Washington Post All-Met Player of the Year in final three high school seasons ... four-time All-County Player of the Year ... four-year letterwinner ... featured on ABC as Player of the Week and in high school notebook ... won seven national titles in national junior competition, including the 2007 USTA Mas B18 Championship in Fredericksburg, Va., the 2007 Tennis Plaza Cup in Coral Gables, Fla. and the 2007 MAS B18 Challenger #8 in Newport News, Va. ... became the No. 1 ranked junior in the U.S. boys 16 and under in March, 2006 ... ranked No. 1 in the Mid-Atlantic section for four years ... won four matches at the 2007 USTA Spring National Championships in Mobile, Ala. and the 2007 USTA National Opens in Tampa, Fla. ... finished third at the USTA Super National Clay Court Championships.     

Personal: Born Jared Pinsky on July 11, 1989, in Maryland ... son of David and Eve Pinsky ... has one brother, Jason and one sister, Lauren ... high school honor roll selection all four years of high school. 


Year                         Singles              ACC            Doubles            ACC

2007-08                      9-10                   4-3                  4-1                  1-0

2008-09                     22-15                  5-6                12-11                3-7

2009-10                      16-8                   6-0                 10-4                 2-0

2010-11                     24-11                  3-1                16-13                3-1

Totals                       71-44                18-10              42-29                9-8

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