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Jason Jung
Jason Jung

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Torrance, Calif.

High School:
West Torrance

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 150

Birthdate:
06/15/1989


08/12/2013

Former Wolverine Jung Wins USTA Futures Singles Title

Former Men's Tennis Standout Jung Wins USTA Futures Title

Last Updated: June 8, 2011

At Michigan ... Two-time All-Big Ten (2010, 2011) ... Two-time NCAA Individual Championships qualifier ... 2010 Big Ten Conference nominee for NCAA Sportsmanship Award ... National and Midwest Regional winner of the ITA/Arthur Ashe Award for Leadership & Sportsmanship (2010) ... Big Ten Conference Outstanding Sportsmanship Award winner, chosen as the candidate to represent all the men's varsity teams at the University of Michigan ... three-year varsity letterwinner (2008, 2009, 2010) ... 2010 Wooden Cup national semifinalist ... member of Michigan's 2008 NCAA Sweet 16 team ... three-time Academic All-Big Ten (2009, 2010, 2011) ... four-time U-M Athletic Academic Achievement award winner (2008, 2009, 2010, 2011) ... two-time Big Ten Sportsmanship Award honoree (2009) ... 2007 Big Ten singles champion ... 2008 Wilson/ITA Midwest Regional doubles champion (with Mike Sroczynski) ... 2011 ITA Midwest Region recipient of the Rafael Osuna Sportsmanship Award ... won team's Leadership Award (2011).

Michigan All-Time Lists... Tied for seventh for most doubles wins in a single season (24, 2010)... third for most doubles wins by a freshman (22, 2008)... fourth in career doubles wins (88, 2008-2011).

Senior (2010-11) ... Earned fourth varsity letter ... All-Big Ten ... Academic All-Big Ten ... NCAA Individual Championships qualifier (singles and doubles) ... ITA Midwest Region recipient of the Rafael Osuna Sportsmanship Award ... named team captain for 2010-11 season... won team's Leadership Award ... Singles ... 25-12 overall, 17-6 in dual matches (all at No. 2) ... ended season ranked No. 61 in singles ... 1-2 at Key Biscayne Individuals (Jan. 7-9)... 2-1 at the USTA/ITA Midwest Regional Championships (Oct. 21-25); main draw's third seed... 1-2 at the D'Novo/ITA All-American Championships (Oct. 7-8)... named Most Outstanding Player of the Cliffs' NCAA Tennis Classic (Sept. 24-26), going 4-0 in singles play... Doubles ... 20-15 overall, 13-11 in dual matches (12-11 at No. 1, 1-0 at No. 2) ... ended season ranked No. 22 in doubles with Evan King ... 2-1 at Key Biscayne Individuals (Jan. 7-9)... 1-1 at the USTA/ITA Midwest Regional Championships (Oct. 21-25); main draw's second seed with Evan King... 2-1 at the D'Novo/ITA All-American Championships (Oct. 7-8) with Evan King, defeating the No. 17 and No. 5-ranked doubles teams in the nation, before losing to the defending national doubles champions from Virginia in the quarterfinals... 1-1 at the Cliffs' NCAA Tennis Classic (Sept. 24-26), playing one match each with Duncan Muil and Alex Buzzi.

Junior (2009-10) ... Earned third varsity letter ... All-Big Ten ... NCAA Individual Championships qualifier (singles and doubles) ... National and Midwest Regional winner of the ITA/Arthur Ashe Award for Leadership & Sportsmanship ... one of 12 national finalists for the ITA Rafael Osuna Sportsmanship Award ... Big Ten Conference Outstanding Sportsmanship Award winner, chosen as the candidate to represent all the men's varsity teams at the University of Michigan ... also Big Ten Conference's male nominee for NCAA Sportsmanship Award ... named team's Most Improved Player ... Academic All-Big Ten ... Singles ... ranked No. 38 by the ITA (May 3) ... 21-16 (.567) on the season ... 11-10 in dual matches -- 6-9 at No. 1, 5-1 at No. 2 ... 6-3 in Big Ten play ... 8-13 against ranked opponents ... 10-6 in tournaments ... received one of 48 at-large spots for the NCAA Individual Championships ... lost in the first round to No. 11 Michael Shabaz (Virginia) ... snapped the 14-match win streak of No. 21 Marek Michalicka (Wisconsin) in Michigan's 4-3 win over Wisconsin (April 4), beating Michalicka 3-6, 6-3, 7-5 ... clinched Michigan's win over Minnesota at ITA Kick-Off Weekend (Jan. 31 in Lexington, Ky.) by virtue of his three-set win over No. 55 Tobias Wernet (Minn.), 4-6, 7-6 (14-12), 7-6 (7-2). It was also his 50th career singles win ... Big Ten Men's Tennis Athlete of the Week (Jan. 12), after going 2-0 at Key Biscayne Individuals (Jan. 8-10) ... selected to compete as a wildcard in ITA National Indoor Championships at Yale University (Nov. 5-8) ... defeated No. 67 Patricio Alvarado (Southern Miss), 6-3, 3-6, 6-1, in first round of ITA National Indoor Championships (Nov. 5) before losing in the second round to No. 6 Dimitar Kutrovsky (Texas), 6-2, 6-4 ... reached semifinals at Wilson/ITA Midwest Regional Championships, going 4-1, including wins over Ohio State's Devin McCarthy (6-2, 6-4) and No. 108 Chase Buchanan (6-1, 6-2) ... lost to eventual winner Moritz Baumann (Wisconsin) ... reached quarterfinals at D'Novo/ITA All-American Championships, going 3-1, including wins over No. 10 Saketh Myneni (Alabama) and No. 89 David Simson (Denver) ... Doubles ... ranked No. 31 by the ITA with freshman Evan King (May 3) ... led team in doubles wins (24-15 overall, .621) ... 14-7 in dual matches -- 10-6 at No. 1, 4-1 at No. 2 ... went 7-2 in Big Ten play ... 4-6 against ranked opponents ... reached Round of 16 at NCAA Individual Championships with freshman Evan King, defeating No. 17 Raony Carvalho/Rafael Garcia (Texas Tech) in the first round, but losing to No. 4 Bradley Klahn/Ryan Thatcher (Stanford) in the second round ... reached the finals at the Wilson/ITA Midwest Regional Championships with George Navas, going 4-1, his third-straight doubles final appearance, lost to Marek Czerwinski/Dennis Nevolo (Illinois), 8-5 ... went 2-3 at D'Novo/ITA All-American Championships in Tulsa, Okla., with George Navas.

Sophomore (2008-09) ... Earned second varsity letter ... Academic All-Big Ten ... U-M Athletic Academic Achievement award winner ... named Michigan's Big Ten Sportsmanship Award honoree ... Singles... 19-18 overall record ... 11-7 regional record ... 4-16 record against nationally-ranked opponents ... 12-14 dual-match record (9-13 at No. 1; 3-1 at No. 2) ... 5-4 record during Big Ten regular season ... listed No. 66 nationally and No. 11 regionally in final ITA rankings (May 29) ... earned a 6-2, 6-3 win over Ohio State's No. 3-ranked Bryan Koniecko at NCAA Regional Championship (May 9) ... 7-4 record in tournament play ... went 1-2 at Key Biscayne Invitational (Jan. 9-11) ... went 2-1 in main draw at ITA/Midwest Regional Championships (Oct. 16-20) ... went 1-1 in qualifying at D'Novo/ITA All-American Championships (Oct. 6-12) ... went 3-0 to capture title at Wolverine Invitational (Sept. 19-21) ... Doubles... 23-18 overall record ... 13-8 regional record ... 12-12 dual-match record (2-3 with Mike Sroczynski at No. 1; 9-8 with George Navas at Nos. 1 and 2; 1-0 with Peter Aarts at No. 2; 0-1 with Andrew Mazlin at No. 2) ... 4-5 record during Big Ten regular season ... listed No. 40 in final ITA national rankings with Sroczynski (May 29) ... listed No. 60 nationally and No. 11 regionally in final ITA rankings with Navas (May 29) ... 11-6 record in tournament play ... went 0-2 with Sroczynski at Key Biscayne Invitational (Jan. 9-11) ... went 1-2 with Sroczynski in main draw at ITA National Intercollegiate Indoor Championships (Nov. 6-9) ... went 6-0 to capture title with Sroczynski in main draw at Wilson/ITA Midwest Regional Championships (Oct. 16-20) ... went 2-1 and reached quarterfinals with Sroczynski in main draw at D'Novo/ITA All-American Championships (Oct. 6-12) ... went 2-1 with Sroczynski at Wolverine Invitational (Sept. 19-21).

Freshman (2007-08) ... Earned first varsity letter ... member of Michigan's NCAA Sweet 16 team ... U-M Athletic Academic Achievement award winner ... Singles... 18-18 overall record ... 13-7 regional record ... 2-13 record against nationally-ranked opponents ... 8-14 dual-match record (2-3 at No. 1; 3-10 at No. 2; 3-1 at No. 3) ... 2-6 record during Big Ten regular season ... listed No. 18 in final ITA regional rankings (May 30) ... defeated Western Michigan's Alex Birchmeier, 7-6(6), 6-2, for first career dual-match win (Jan. 26) ... 10-4 record in tournament play ... went 2-1 at Duke Invitational (Jan. 19-21) ... went 6-0 to capture title at Big Ten Singles Championship (Nov. 9-12) ... went 2-1 in main draw at Wilson/ITA Midwest Regional Championships, defeating DePaul's Austin Doerner, 6-3, 7-6(6), for first collegiate win ... went 0-2 in qualifying at Polo Ralph Lauren All-American Championships (Oct. 1-7) ... Doubles... 22-12 overall record ... 9-7 regional record ... 12-9 dual-match record with Mike Sroczynski (3-3 at No. 1; 9-6 at No. 2) ... 2-5 during Big Ten regular season ... listed No. 43 nationally and No. 7 regionally in final ITA rankings with Sroczynski (May 30) ... teamed with Sroczynski to earn an 8-3 decision over Western Michigan's Calderone/Komada for first career dual-match win (Jan. 26) ... 10-3 record in tournament play ... went 3-0 with Sroczynski at Duke Invitational (Jan. 19-21) ... went 5-1 and finished as runner-up with Sroczynski in main draw at Wilson/ITA Midwest Regional Championships (Oct. 18-22) ... went 2-2 and reached consolation semifinals with Matko Maravic in main draw at Polo Ralph Lauren All-American Championships (Oct. 1-7), including an 8-6 decision over Boise State's No. 30-ranked Shields/Shields for first collegiate win.

Prep ... Attended West Torrance High School (2007) ... honor roll student ... three-year letterwinner ... California Interscholastic Federation state singles champion as a junior ... three-time Bay League singles champion and Player of the Year ... ranked as high as No. 1 among high school seniors by tennisrecruiting.net (blue chip recruit).

National/International ... Ranked as high as No. 15 in USTA and No. 54 in ITF for Boys' 18-and-under singles ... finished 2006 as the top-ranked player in Southern California section's Men's Open division ... was ranked in the top five of every junior division in the Southern California section ... Boys' 18-and-under singles champion at 2006 USTA International Hard Court Junior Championships ... Boys' 18-and-under singles champion at 2006 USTA National Open Championships in Lakewood, Calif. ... Boys' 18-and-under singles champion at 2005 ITF China Junior I Championships ... Boys' 18-and-under singles champion at 2004 ITF Hong Kong Junior Open Championships ... Boys' 16-and-under singles champion at 2004 USTA National Open Championships in El Monte, Calif.

Personal ... Jason Jung was born June 15, 1989 ... son of Shane and Shu Jung ... enrolled in the School of Kinesiology ... political science major.

Career Statistics

Singles Overall Dual Tourn. Big Ten #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6
2007-08 18-18 8-14 10-4 2-6 2-3 3-10 3-1 -- -- --
2008-09 19-18 12-14 7-4 5-4 9-13 3-1 -- -- -- --
2009-10 21-16 11-10 10-6 6-3 6-9 5-1 -- -- -- --
2010-11 25-12 17-6 7-3 9-1 17-6
Career 83-64 48-44 36-19 22-14 17-25 28-18 3-1 -- -- --
Doubles Overall Dual Tourn. Big Ten #1 #2 #3
2007-08 22-12 12-9 10-3 2-5 3-3 9-6 --
2008-09 23-18 12-12 11-6 4-5 10-11 2-1 --
2009-10 24-15 14-7 10-8 7-2 10-6 4-1 --
2010-11 20-16 13-11 6-4 5-5 12-11 1-0
Career 89-61 51-39 37-21 18-17 35-31 16-8 --
   

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