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    David Seyferth
    David Seyferth

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Ann Arbor, Mich.

    High School:
    Ann Arbor Pioneer

    Height / Weight:
    6-1 / 165

    Birthdate:
    06/20/1988



    2007-08: Played No. 6 singles for majority of the season ... Went 9-13 overall, including 6-10 in duals ... Played with four different doubles partners throughout the year, primarily at No. 3 during the dual season ... Went 4-7 with partner Juan Gomez in duals ... During the fall season, beat two players from DePaul in first collegiate event at the Wildcat Fall Invitational ... Picked up 6-2, 6-0 victory on the second day of the Midwest Regional Championships against Dan Wilson of Illinois-Chicago ... Collected first doubles win at the Wildcat Invitational with partner Andrew McCarthy over a duo from DePaul.

    High School: Ann Arbor News Player of the Year in 2007... Ranked in the top 150 in the U.S. as a senior; top eight in the Midwest... Won the state championships as a No. 1 player in 2007 and as a No. 2 in 20004... Finished as a quarterfinalist in the Midwestern Sectionals... Finished all-state, all-conference and all-area all four years... Member of the National Honors Society and won the State Farm Insurance Michigan Scholar Athlete of the Year Award as a senior... Planning to major in Political science and international studies.

    Personal: Born David Robert Seyferth on 6/20/1988... Son of Sharon and Steve Seyferth... Mom (Sharon) played tennis at Michigan, father (Steve) played baseball at Michigan... Twin sister (Jessica) plays tennis at Wisconsin... Aunt Susan Courtright was an All-American tennis player at Duke University... Uncle Fritz Seyferth played professional football for the New York Giants and Calgary Stampeders... Uncle John Courtright played professional baseball for the Cincinnati Reds.

    Seyferth's Stats

    Year Overall Dual Big Ten
    2007-08 9-13 6-10 1-6
    Career 9-13 6-10 1-6
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