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Jack DePaolo
Jack DePaolo
Year: 2006-2007
Hometown: Ashville, NC
College: Claremont McKenna
Major: Philosophy, Politics, and Economics

On Court: Joined the Stags as a transfer from Colorado University where he was a member of the team...had a distinguished junior tennis career, ranking as high as #59 nationally in the USTA Boys 18s...won six rounds at National 18s Clays in 2001...as a junior had an impressive fall debut with CMS, reaching the quarterfinals of the ITA West Regionals in singles, and the semifinals of the doubles with Ben Hough...ranked #10 in singles and #6 in doubles (with Hough) in the West Region going into the spring...played #3 and #4 singles and was an impressive 16-10...partnered Eric Chow and Ben Hough to earn a combined doubles record of 20-6 at the #2 and #3 positions...his consistent singles and doubles production helped lead the Stags to win the NCAA West Regionals and earn their first trip to the Elite 8 in over a decade...as a senior reached the quarterfinals of the ITA West Regionals in singles in the fall...returned in the spring to go 12-8 in singles, primarily at the #5 and #6 positions...teamed with Lim, Feldhausen, Chow, and Hough for a 14-5 record in doubles...career singles record 28-18 for a .609 winning percentage...career doubles record 34-11 for a winning percentage of .756 and 8th all-time in Stags Tennis History...DePaolo will be remembered for his heavy topspin forehand and kick serve, as well as the passion he brought to two very strong Stags teams.

Personal: ITA Scholar-Athlete as a senior for earning better than a 3.5 GPA...nicknamed 'Jack Bauer' by teammates after 24 lead Kiefer Sutherland...completed pre-med coursework during extra semester at CMC and then pursued a one-year fellowship at the National Institute of Health in Washington D.C...currently a candidate for an M.D. / Ph.D at Lousiana State University.