Andrew Mazlin
Andrew Mazlin

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Altamonte Springs, Fla.

High School:
Lyman

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 175

Birthdate:
01/26/1987


At Michigan ... Four-year varsity letterwinner (2006-09) ... member of Michigan's 2008 NCAA Sweet 16 team ... ITA Scholar-Athlete (2008) ... two-time Academic All-Big Ten selection (2008-09) ... three-time U-M Athletic Academic Achievement award winner (2006, '08-09) ... Michigan's Most Valuable Player (2008) ... Michigan's Most Improved Player (2007) ... finished career with records of 86-58 in singles (59-40 dual match) and 83-49 in doubles (64-35 dual match).

Senior (2008-09) ... Earned fourth varsity letter ... Academic All-Big Ten ... U-M Athletic Academic Achievement award winner ... Singles... 16-20 overall record ... 8-9 regional record ... 3-10 record against nationally-ranked opponents ... 11-15 dual-match record (2-3 at No. 1; 5-12 at No. 2; 4-0 at No. 3) ... 5-5 record during Big Ten regular season ... 5-5 record in tournament play ... went 2-1 at Key Biscayne Invitational (Jan. 9-11) ... went 1-1 in main draw at Wilson/ITA Midwest Regional Championships (Oct. 16-20) ... went 0-2 in qualifying at D'Novo/ITA All-American Championships (Oct. 6-12) ... went 2-1 at Wolverine Invitational (Sept. 19-21) ... Doubles... 21-14 overall record ... 14-5 regional record ... 16-10 dual-match record (0-1 with Mike Sroczynski at No. 1; 2-5 with George Navas at Nos. 1 and 2; 0-1 with Jason Jung at No. 2, 14-3 with Chris Madden at No. 2) ... 7-3 record during Big Ten regular season ... 5-4 record in tournament play ... went 1-2 with Madden at Key Biscayne Invitational (Jan. 9-11) ... went 2-1 with Madden in main draw at Wilson/ITA Midwest Regional Championships (Oct. 16-20) ... went 2-1 with Madden at Wolverine Invitational (Sept. 19-21).

Junior (2007-08) ... Earned third varsity letter ... member of Michigan's NCAA Sweet 16 team ... ITA Scholar-Athlete ... Academic All-Big Ten ... U-M Athletic Academic Achievement award winner ... elected Michigan's Most Valuable Player by teammates ... Singles... led team in overall (26) and dual-match (20) wins ... tied for the team lead in regional wins (14) ... 26-9 overall record ... 14-3 regional record ... 2-4 record against nationally-ranked opponents ... 20-6 dual-match record (7-3 at No. 3; 13-3 at No. 4) ... team-best 8-2 record during Big Ten regular season ... listed No. 20 in final ITA regional rankings (May 30) ... 6-3 record in tournament play ... went 2-1 at Duke Invitational (Jan. 19-21) ... went 1-2 at Mary Davis Memorial Shoot-Out (Jan. 11-13) ... went 3-0 at Tom Fallon Invitational (Sept. 28-30) ... Doubles... 22-9 overall record ... 11-6 regional record ... 17-7 dual-match record (3-2 with Matko Maravic at No. 1; 14-3 with Chris Madden at Nos. 2 and 3; 0-1 with Peter Aarts at No. 3; 0-1 with Mike DePietro at No. 3) ... 6-4 record during Big Ten regular season ... 5-2 record in tournament play ... went 2-1 with Aarts and Madden at Duke Invitational (Jan. 19-21) ... went 3-1 with Madden at Tom Fallon Invitational (Sept. 28-30).

Sophomore (2006-07) ... Earned second varsity letter ... elected Michigan's Most Improved Player by teammates ... Singles... tied for team lead in dual-match wins (18) ... 26-8 overall record ... 14-6 regional record ... 1-2 record against nationally-ranked opponents ... 18-5 dual-match record (1-0 at No. 2; 5-1 at No. 3; 10-4 at No. 4; 2-0 at No. 5) ... team-best 8-2 record during Big Ten regular season ... listed No. 33 in final ITA regional rankings (June 1) ... 8-3 record in tournament play ... went 1-1 at Miami Invitational (Jan. 13-15) ... went 3-1 and reached quarterfinals at Big Ten Singles Championship (Nov. 10-13) ... went 1-1 in main draw at Wilson/ITA Midwest Regional Championships (Oct. 19-24) ... went 3-0 at Wolverine Invitational (Sept. 29-Oct. 1) ... Doubles... 22-9 overall record ... 13-6 regional record ... 17-7 dual-match record (16-7 with Ryan Heller at Nos. 1 and 2; 1-0 with Mike DePietro at No. 3) ... 7-3 record during Big Ten regular season ... listed No. 13 in final ITA regional rankings with Heller (June 1) ... 5-2 record in tournament play ... went 1-1 with Heller at Miami Invitational (Jan. 13-15) ... went 1-1 with Steve Peretz in main draw at Wilson/ITA Midwest Regional Championships (Oct. 19-24) ... went 3-0 with Heller and Matt Parks at Wolverine Invitational (Sept. 29-Oct. 1).

Freshman (2005-06) ... Earned first varsity letter ... U-M Athletic Academic Achievement award winner ... Singles... tied for team lead in overall wins (18) ... 18-21 overall record ... 12-10 regional record ... 0-5 record against nationally-ranked opponents ... 10-14 dual-match record (3-3 at No. 3; 7-10 at No. 4; 0-1 at No. 5) ... team-best 6-3 record during Big Ten regular season ... defeated Western Michigan's Alex Birchmeier, 6-7(6), 6-4, 6-2, for first career dual-match win (Jan. 21) ... 8-7 record in tournament play ... went 0-3 at Miami Invitational (Jan. 14-16) ... went 4-2 at Big Ten Singles Championship (Nov. 12-14) ... went 1-1 in main draw at Wilson/ITA Midwest Regional Championships (Oct. 20-25) ... went 3-1 at Tom Fallon Invitational (Sept. 23-25), defeating Wisconsin's Nolan Polley (6-3, 6-4) for first collegiate win ... Doubles... 18-17 overall record ... 12-8 regional record ... 14-11 dual-match record (13-10 with Ryan Heller at Nos. 1 and 2; 1-1 with Peter Aarts at No. 3) ... 7-3 record during Big Ten regular season ... listed No. 15 in final ITA regional rankings with Heller (June 2) ... teamed with Aarts to earn an 8-6 decision over Ball State's Epkey/Vallee for first career dual-match win (Jan. 21) ... 4-6 record in tournament play ... went 0-3 with Heller at Miami Invitational (Jan. 14-16) ... went 2-1 with Heller in main draw at Wilson/ITA Midwest Regional Championships (Oct. 20-25) ... went 2-2 with Heller at Tom Fallon Invitational (Sept. 23-25), including an 8-6 decision over Notre Dame's Montoya/Parbhu for first collegiate win.

Prep ... Attended Lyman High School (2005) ... four-year honor roll student ... National Honor Society member ... four-year letterwinner in tennis ... named National High School All-American final two years ... named Central Florida's Player and Spring Athlete of the Year as a senior ... earned Seminole County Player of the Year honors during junior and senior seasons ... all-conference and all-county first team selction as a junior and senior ... all-conference and all-county second team as a sophomore and freshman ... earned back-to-back state singles championships during junior and senior seasons ... district singles champion as a junior and senior, runner-up as a sophomore ... district doubles champion during senior and sophomore years, runner-up as a freshman ... won conference singles and doubles titles during senior year ... named team MVP as a freshman ... ranked as high as No. 15 among high school seniors by tennisrecruiting.net.

National/International ... Ranked as high as No. 15 nationally (No. 2 in Florida) in singles and No. 1 nationally (No. 1 in Florida) in doubles for Boys' 18-and-under ... captured singles and doubles gold medals in Junior Division at 17th Maccabiah Games (2005) ... two-time national open doubles champion for Boys' 18-and-under ... Super National Claycourt Championship doubles runner-up (with former U-M teammate George Navas) for Boys' 18-and-under in 2004 ... competed at 2004 Junior Davis Cup for Florida Section ... singles runner-up at Florida Section Closed ... Bush Florida Open doubles champion for Boys' 16-and-under.

Personal ... Andrew Adam Mazlin was born January 26, 1987 ... son of Jack and Susan Mazlin ... graduated from the College of Literature, Science and the Arts with a bachelor's degree in economics (2009).

Career Statistics

SinglesOverall Dual Tourn.Big Ten* #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6
2005-0618-2110-148-76-3----3-37-100-1--
2006-0726-818-58-38-2--1-05-110-42-0--
2007-0826-920-66-38-2----7-313-3----
2008-0916-2011-155-55-52-35-124-0------
Career86-5859-4027-1827-122-36-1219-730-172-1--
DoublesOverall Dual Tourn.Big Ten* #1 #2 #3
2005-0618-1714-114-67-31-012-101-1
2006-0722-917-75-27-32-014-71-0
2007-0822-917-75-26-43-21-113-4
2008-0921-1416-105-47-31-115-9--
Career83-4964-3519-1427-137-342-2715-5

* Big Ten Conference dual-match record (regular season)


Year-by-Year Dual-Match Statistics: 2006 | 2007 | 2008 | 2009 (PDF)