University of Iowa Athletics

Dominic Patrick

Height 5-10
Class Sr.
Hometown Gilbert, Ariz.
High School Campo Verde

Hawk Item — Began the 2015 spring season ranked No. 31 nationally in doubles with partner Matt Hagan.

Fall 2015 — recorded three singles victories… competed in the Round of 32 at the Big Ten Indoor Singles Championships… registered a 2-2 doubles record with partner Robin Haden.

Summer 2015 — Singles semifinalist and double champion with teammate at Josh Silverstein Kansas City tournament in June… recorded four consecutive wins in Wichita tournament before falling to champion William Little of Baylor…reached championship match in South Bend, Indiana. before falling to tournament champion Nicholas Montoya of Notre Dame…advanced to the doubles championship match with teammate Josh Silverstein before losing to Notre Dame’s tandem of Lawson/Montoya…won first match at ITA National Collegiate Summer Championships…competed in doubles with teammate Silverstein before losing 8-2 to the Hawkeye duo of Jacoby/Theodorou in the Round of 32.

Spring 2015 — Honored with the team’s Strength and Conditioning award… opened the season with a five-match win streak in singles from January until the end of February… collected a combined eight singles wins playing at No. 2 and No. 3… partnered with Matt Hagan to win their first four doubles matches at No. 1… posted a team-best 7-3 record in doubles with Josh Silverstein, including a four-match win streak from March to April… earned a 12-8 overall doubles record… letterwinner.

Fall 2014 — Big Ten Indoor Doubles champions with partner Matt Hagan after winning four straight matches… went 2-1 with partner Josh Silverstein at Purdue Invitational… posted a 6-2 doubles record… reached the Big Ten Indoor Championships quarterfinals in singles competition after winning his first three matches… recorded a 7-6 singles record.

Spring 2014 — Recorded a 14-9 singles record… opened the season winning 10-of-11 matches, including a victory over Franz Sydow of Minnesota, 6-3, 1-6, 6-2, in the No. 5 position… won four consecutive matches over conference opponents, defeating Gijs Linders of Purdue, 6-1, 7-5 in the No. 4 slot and Diego Acosta of Purdue, 6-4, 6-3, Chris Essic of Indiana, 7-6 (7-2), 4-6, 1-0 (10-7), and Vasileios Stavropoulos of Nebraska, 1-6, 6-3, 6-4, in the No. 5 position… letterwinner.

Fall 2013 — Finished with a 9-7 record in singles play… posted a 2-8 record in doubles competition… won five consecutive matches from Oct. 13 to Oct. 18… defeated Daniel Santos, the No. 26 world ITF Junior player, and No. 9 seed in the tournament, in the first round of the ITA Regional tournament… posted a pair of victories at the Big Ten Singles/Doubles tournament over Daniel Bednzrxzyk of Indiana and Ford Zitsch of Nebraska.

Spring 2013 — Posted an 8-11 record in singles action… won four-straight singles matches from Feb. 1 through Feb. 9… won three-straight singles matches from March 20 through March 29… posted 8-6 record in the No. 5 singles slot… letterwinner.

Fall 2012 — Posted a 7-7 record in singles action… recorded a 4-5 record in doubles play… won three-straight matches at the Purdue Invitational to advance to consolation championship match… won two-straight doubles matches at Northwestern Invitational paired with Joey White.

Junior Career — Five-star recruit ranked No. 1 in the Southwest Region and No. 58 nationally… 47th best recruit nationally out of the 2012 class… Arizona State High School singles champion.

Personal — son of Mark and Maryanne Patrick…  has two siblings, Lucas and Noah.

Season (Doubles) #1 #2 #3 Big Ten Dual Tourn. Overall Pct.
2012-13 4-5 4-5 .444
2013-14 2-8 2-8 .200
2014-15 4-5 1-2 7-1 6-4 12-8 6-2 18-10 .643
2015-16 1-0 10-9 2-3 3-7 13-12 2-2 15-14 .643
Career 5-5 11-11 9-4 9-11 25-20 14-17 39-39 .500
Season (Singles) #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 Big Ten Dual Tourn. Overall Pct.
2012-13 0-1 8-6 0-4 1-6 8-11 7-7 15-18 .455
2013-14 3-0 4-0 7-9 5-6 14-9 9-7 23-16 .590
2014-15 6-6 2-4 2-7 8-10 7-6 15-16 .484
2015-16 4-6 0-2 0-3 2-1 0-4 1-1 1-8 7-17 3-4 10-21 .323
Career 4-6 6-8 5-7 6-2 15-19 1-5 9-27 37-47 26-24 63-71 .470