Multiple current and former Seminoles have been busy this summer.
The Seminoles lost to No. 1-seed Virginia Friday morning in the quarterfinals.
The Seminoles return home next weekend for their last home stand of the year.
Florida State upsets the No. 18 team in the nation.
Jake Albo and Marco Nunez provided Florida State with singles wins.
Freshman Year: Spring - Went 4-1 during the spring semester to make him 6-5 on the year...won his first match of the season 6-3, 6-1...posted his first ranked win as a Seminole against No. 106 Lucka Corinteli of Virginia...played one doubles match during the spring which he won 8-2 against FAMU with partner Dominic Cotrone. Fall - Went 2-4 in his first semester of play at FSU...played on one doubles match which he lost with teammate Jack Haffey.
High School: Five-star recruit from Sagemont School...won singles (2012 and 2013) and doubles (2011 and 2012) 1A FHSAA titles...won 2011 and 2013 Boys Tennis Team State Championship...first team All-Broward County from 2011-2013...ranked No. 6 in the state of Florida and No. 38 in the nation...won the Whispering Pines Boys 18 in Port St. Lucie in December of 2012...reached the semifinals of the Delray Beach ITF, USTA Regional Tournament in Coral Gables and the Dave Barkesdale Dixie Winter Section B in Tampa.
Personal: Born November 17, 1994...son of Victor and Michelle Albo...started playing tennis when he was seven...majoring in computer science.