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  Brandon Kramer
Brandon Kramer

Player Profile
Hometown:
Reno, NV

High School:
Reno

Weight:
165

R/L:
Right-handed

Overview - Team co-captain … Solid part of the team … Adds experience and maturity to the team … Serve is much improved and more effective … Quickest player on the team … Good footwork … Working hard on coming in more … Taking on a leadership role … Could play anywhere from No. 3-6 singles and contribute in doubles.

Fall 1999 - Ranked preseason No. 17 in doubles with partner Lassi Ketola and No. 81 in singles … Ranked in the Top 1,000 in the Dec. 13 ATP singles poll … Did not compete during fall tournaments.

1998-99 - Played a significant role in both the singles and doubles lineups, earning All-America honors in doubles … Posted a 33-9 singles mark, including a 21-3 record in dual matches … Registered most singles duals victories on the team along with Jean-Noel Grinda … Saw action in the No. 3-5 positions, mostly at No. 4 … Played on clay in France during the summer … Won two tournaments and 21 of 28 matches … Entered spring tied for the No. 92 position in the ITA national rankings and listed No. 17 in region … Registered a 9-4 record in fall tournaments … Won first four matches of the year during pre-qualifying action of the All-American Championships … Reached the qualifying rounds at the All-American where he opened with an upset of No. 78 Christian Jaeger of UT Arlington in three sets … Advanced to the quarterfinals of the ITA Regional before falling to No. 23 Gustavo Marcaccio of Arizona State … Reached the second round of the So. Calif. Intercollegiate Championships (SCIC) … Advanced to the second round of the National Collegiate Tennis Classic (NCTC) … Defeated Pepperdine's Sebastien Graeff in the first round before succumbing to USC's Nicholas Rainey … Defeated SMU's No. 32 Jon Wallmark at the National Indoor Team Championships (NITC) … Reached the Pac-10 Invitational semifinals … Defeated Stanford's Ali Ansari in the quarterfinals then lost to UCLA teammate Xavier Luscan in the semifinals … Defeated Georgia's No. 95 Adam Seri in the NCAA team finals … In doubles action, registered a 37-15 record, including a 21-8 record in duals, with four different partners … Went 7-3 with different partners in three fall tournaments … Capped fall by teaming with Jong-Min Lee to win the Southern California Intercollegiate doubles … Primary partner was Jason Cook, with whom he posted a 30-12 overall record and a 21-8 dual match record in the No. 1 and No. 2 slots … Reached the SCIC semifinals with Cook … Duo claimed runner-ups in the Pac-10 Doubles Championships, where they lost to teammates Jean-Noel Grinda and Jong-Min Lee in the finals … Competed in the NCAA Doubles Championships, reaching the round of 16 with Cook… Duo claimed All-America honors and ended year ranked No. 6 in doubles … Pair's longest win streak was nine matches from Jan. 22 to Feb. 19.

1997-98 - Registered a 20-13 singles mark, including a 10-8 record in dual matches … Won only match at No. 4 position, went 4-5 at No. 5 and 5-3 in No. 6 slot … Stress fracture kept him out of action from Feb. 21 through April 4 … Went 5-3 in fall singles play … Highlighted fall with a straight-set upset of SMU's Ignacio Hirigoyen in the So. Calif. Intercollegiate Championships (SCIC) … Advanced to the quarterfinals of the SCIC before falling to UCLA teammate and eventual champion Jean-Noel Grinda … In doubles play, went 16-14 with five partners … Finished season playing in the No. 2 slot with Alex Decret … Also advanced to the round of 16 of the Rolex Regional playing with Decret … Opened season teamed with Jason Cook, finishing 2-1 in the pre-qualifying action of the All-American Championships … Also competed with Allegre, Sands and Newman during the season.

1996-97 - The first Bruin inserted in the lineup when needed due to injuries … Registered a 5-3 dual match (5-2 in No. 6 slot) and 11-7 overall record … Won all four matches in the National Team Indoor Championships … Advanced to the semifinals of the Pac-10 Invitational bracket in Ojai … Posted a 4-3 record in fall singles tournament play … Advanced to the quarterfinals at the Rolex Regional before succumbing to teammate Kevin Kim … Battled Pepperdine's Simon Aspelin in three sets before falling in the round of 16 at the Southern California Intercollegiate Classic (SCIC). … In doubles, posted a 5-4 overall record with four partners … Finished 1-1 with Darren Miller at Pac-10 Invitational … Lost in Rolex Regional first round with Jason Thompson … Advanced through doubles qualifying play at the SCIC with Chris Sands before falling in the first round for a 2-1 mark … Also went 2-1 in doubles qualifying play at the All-American Tournament with Jason Cook.

1995-96 - Redshirted the season … Recorded a 7-5, 6-0 victory in his lone dual match appearance of the season over Pacific's Rishi Patel … Posted a dual match doubles victory with Heath Montgomery also over Pacific … Lost to No. 1 seed Simon Aspelin 6-4, 6-1 of Pepperdine in the first round of the Rolex VIII Regionals … Defeated by No. 2 seed Cecil Mamiit 6-3, 7-6 of USC in the SCIC … In doubles with Vincent Allegre, lost in the first round of the Rolex Regionals in three sets.

High School/Juniors - Compiled an outstanding record of 72-1 in his high school career … Went undefeated in his sophomore and senior years … Led his team to state championships in 1994 and 1995 … Won the individual state championship all three years he lettered … Competed at the No. 1 position all three years at Reno High School for coach Barbara Rodriguez … Also won the National Indoors in the 16-and-under division.

Personal - Full name is Brandon William Kramer … Born May 10, 1977 in Reno, Nev. … Enjoys playing a variety of sports … Economics major.

KRAMER'S CAREER SINGLES
KRAMER'S CAREER DOUBLES
Year @1 @2 @3 @4 @5 @6 Duals Tourn. Overall Year @1 @2 @3 Duals Tourn. Overall
1995-96* - - - - - 1-0 1-0 0-4 1-4 1995-96 - - 1-0 1-0 0-2 1-2
1996-97 - - - - 0-1 5-2 5-3 6-4 11-7 1996-97 - - - - 5-4 5-4
1997-98 - - - 1-0 4-5 5-3 10-8 10-5 20-13 1997-98 - 9-7 2-1 11-8 5-6 16-14
1998-99 - - 1-1 12-2 8-0 - 21-3 12-6 33-9 1998-99 8-5 12-3 1-0 21-8 16-7 37-15
Fall 1999 Did Not Compete Fall 1999Did Not Compete
Totals - - 1-1 13-2 12-6 11-5 37-14 28-19 65-33 Totals 8-5 21-10 4-1 33-16 26-19 59-35
* indicates redshirt season

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