University of Iowa Athletics

Garret Dunn

Height 6-8
Class Fr.
Hometown Tempe, Ariz.
High School Corona del Sol
Garret Dunn - Men's Tennis - University of Iowa Athletics

Spring 2013– Posted a 7-17 record in singles action… recorded an 11-9 record in doubles play… began the season 6-1 in singles, winning all six matches in straight sets… started the season 5-0 in doubles, winning all five matches paired with Michael Swank… defeated No. 51 Anis Ghorbel and James McKie of Drake in doubles, 8-6, paired with Michael Swank… defeated No. 37 Evan King and Alex Buzzi of Michigan in doubles, 8-4, paired with Matt Hagan… won four-straight doubles matches to close out the season paired with Matt Hagan… named to the 2013 Capital One Academic All-America third team and All-District team… academic All-Big Ten honoree… letterwinner.

Fall 2012– Posted a 2-6 record in singles action… registered a 1-3 record in doubles play… defeated Arthur Dobradin of Purdue 6-3, 6-1, to pick up first singles victory of the season… defeated Young and Chen of Penn State in doubles, 8-6, paired with Michael Swank.

2012 Spring – Named team’s Tyler Cleveland Most Valuable Player… finished with team-high 10 singles wins… went 10-11 in singles play, competing between the No. 2 and No. 6 singles positions… went 7-3 at No. 4 singles… finished with team high-five Big Ten singles wins… had four-match singles win streak in Big Ten play… played No. 1 doubles in every match, playing with Michael Swank… had team-high eight doubles wins… had three Big Ten No. 1 doubles victories… defeated No. 13 doubles team in nation against Michigan… defeated No. 33 doubles team in nation against Minnesota… letterwinner.

2011 Fall – Earned singles flight championship at Drake Invitational…finished 3-0 in singles at Drake Invitational…earned singles win at Wildcat Invitational…finished with 4-6 slate in singles…finished 5-5 in doubles…earned two doubles wins with Michael Swank at Big Ten Indoor Championships…earned doubles win with Jonas Dierckx and Christopher Speer.

2011 Spring — competed at No. 4, 5 and 6 positions… posted 9-10 dual match record that included a 5-1 mark at the No. 6 spot… 4-5 during Big Ten play… topped No. 98 Nelson Vic of Ohio State on March 25… played mainly at the No. 3 doubles position, posting a 12-9 record while teaming with Nikita Zotov and Tom Mroziewicz… went 4-4 (0-1 Big Ten) with Zotov and 8-5 (6-3) with Mroziewicz… Academic all-Big Ten… letterwinner

2010 Fall — Competed in two tournaments…2-3 singles record…consolations victory in ITA Central Region Championships…victory in Flight A consolations at Big Ten Indoor Championships…two doubles wins with Nikita Zotov at Big Ten Indoor Championships…2-2 overall doubles records.

2010 Spring — Compiled doubles record of 10-8, competing at No. 2 (2-1) and No. 3 (8-7) positions… paired with Reinoud Haal (7-3), Nikita Zotov (3-4) and Tom Mroziewicz (0-1)… letterwinner.

2009 Fall — Competed in three tournaments… saw first career action at Northwestern Invite, recording first career win against Drake’s Guilherme Marsiglia, 7-5, 6-4… compiled singles record of 4-5… went 3-4 in doubles competition, pairing with Tom Mroziewicz (0-1), Austen Kauss (1-1) and Patrick Dwyer (2-2).

High School — Arizona singles runner-up as a senior, earning all-state honors with an overall record of 26-5… finished fourth in state singles as a junior, going 22-8… doubles champion at 2008 National Open in Denver, CO… finished 4th in doubles at the 2008 USTA Winter Nationals… ranked as high as second best player in Arizona and 37th in Southwest Region… high school coach was Rick Wanta… recorded 4.0 GPA and named Valedictorian… National Honor Society member.

Personal — Born June 16, 1991 in Chandler, AZ… parents are Caroline and Stuart… has one sister, Ellen… Finance/Accounting major.

Season (Singles) #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 Big Ten Dual Tourn. Overall Pct.
2009-10 4-5 4-5 .445
Career 0-13 6-10 8-7 6-6 6-2 9-25 26-38 12-20 38-58 .396
Season (Doubles) #1 #2 #3 Big Ten Dual Tourn. Overall Pct.
2009-10 2-1 8-7 3-5 10-8 3-4 13-12 .520
Career 18-18 3-4 20-18 16-21 41-40 11-14 64-67 .489