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    Tobias Reitz
    Tobias Reitz

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Reinbeck, Germany

    High School:
    Sachsenwaldschule Reinbeck

    Height / Weight:
    6-4 / 185



    05/31/2012

    NU Tops 200 Total Academic All-Big Ten Honors For Second-Straight Year

    Wildcats earn 65 awards in spring and at-large sports

    05/12/2012

    Wildcats Drop NCAA Championship Opener To No. 23 LSU, 4-0

    Northwestern returned to NCAA Championship for first time since 2009 Saturday

    04/27/2012

    2012 Big Ten Men's Tournament Recap: Day Two

    Semifinals locked: No. 1 Ohio State vs. No. 5 Indiana and No. 2 Michigan vs. No. 3 Illinois

    04/27/2012

    Wildcats Drop Quarterfinal Clash With Illinois, 4-0

    Illini prove to be too much for 'Cats to handle Friday

    04/26/2012

    2012 Big Ten Men's Tournament Recap: Day One

    Indiana, Nebraska, Michigan State and Northwestern all advance to Day Two

    2011-12: Mainstay in doubles for the Wildcats all season ... Teamed with Sidarth Balaji to form NU's No. 3 tandem ... Won nine matches in doubles play ... Posted four victories in five matches between 3/23-4/6 ... Opened the spring season with four straight wins ... Defeated Alabama's 21st-ranked Daniil Proskura and Carlos Taborga, 9-8 (6), to help the Wildcats defeat No. 51 Alabama (1/20) ... Earned his lone singles win of the season against UIC's Rahul Kamath (1/15) ... In the fall, bested Ball State's Zane Smith at the Milwaukee Tennis Classic (9/17).

    2010-11: Competed much of the spring season for Northwestern at the No. 4 position ... Compiled a 12-16 overall record, 9-12 in the dual season ... Saw time at the No. 3 and No. 5 spot as well ... Earned an upset victory over No. 95 Johnny Hamui of Illinois, 1-6, 6-2, 7-6 (7-3) ... Clinched two dual matches for Northwestern ... Against Illinois-Chicago on Jan. 16 with a 6-2, 6-1 victory over Alan Reifer ... Against Northern Illinois on Feb. 19 with a 6-0, 6-0 victory over Maksym Lagutin ... Paired with Andrew McCarthy in all but two matches at No. 2 doubles, posting a 15-8 mark together ... 16-9 overall record ... Ended season with four straight wins in doubles ... Went 3-4 in singles play during the Fall season ... Academic All-Big Ten and Big Ten Distinguished Scholar.

    2009-10: After being limited early in the season due to injury, recovered to hold down NU's No. 1 doubles spot alongside Andrew McCarthy for much of the spring ... Finished 3-4 in dual singles matches and 8-17 in dual doubles contests ... Reached the quarterfinals of the ITA Midwest Regional Doubles Championships with Alex Sanborn (10/18) ... 3-6 singles record in the fall ... Big Ten Distinguished Scholar, Academic All-Big Ten and ITA Scholar-Athlete honoree.

    2008-09: Played primarily at No. 2 singles, posting seven victories ... Recorded 14 overall singles wins including Big Ten wins over then-No. 29 Roy Kalmanovich of Illinois and Penn State's Jason Lee ... Recorded 11 dual match doubles victories, including four conference wins over Michigan State, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Penn State... Kicked off season pairing with Marc Dwyer at No. 1 doubles ... Played season's final 11 dual matches with Josh Graves at No. 2... In the fall season, advanced to semifinal of Wildcat Fall Invitational ... Advanced to consolation semifinal of Big Ten Singles Championship with three consecutive wins ... Named ITA Scholar-Athlete.

    High School: Ranked among the German Senior Top 150 ... Also stands in the Top 50 under-21 year-old division ... Competed in numerous ITS Junior Tournaments and Futures events, boasting several victories over players who have earned ATP points.

    Personal: Born Tobias Reitz ... Son of Matthias and Ute Reitz ... Double-majoring in economics and mathematics.

    Season Overall W-L Dual Match

    Fall

    Conference 1 2 3 4 5 6
    2008-09 14-18 8-13 6-5 2-6 --- 7-10 1-3 --- --- ---
    2009-10 6-10 3-4 3-6 1-3 --- --- --- --- 0-2 3-2
    2010-11 12-16 9-12 3-4 3-5 --- --- 1-2 7-7 1-3 ---
    2011-12 2-6 1-1 1-5 --- --- --- --- 1-1 --- ---
    Career 34-50 20-29 13-20 6-14 --- 7-10 2-5 8-8 1-5 3-2