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  Ryan Boyajian
Ryan Boyajian


Weston, Fla.

High School:
St. Thomas Aquinas



First Season

Ryan Boyajian
Weston, Fla.
St. Thomas Aquinas (Ft. Lauderdale)

Sophomore Year (2006-07): Had a 3-2 overall singles record in the fall season including a win at the Southern Intercollegitate over Jim Freeman (Birmingham-Southern), UAB's Adrian Tollstam 7-5, 6-7, 13-11 in the Florida State Fall Invitational and a final win over Jordan Knue of Illinois 6-1, 7-5 at the J. Webb Horton Classic...went undefeated in his dual-match season partnering with Chris Cloer to defeat FA&M's Paige and Jenkins 8-2 and later with Andrew Bailey to down Mueller and Nolan of Boston College 8-2.

Freshman Year (2005-06): Teamed with Jonathas Sucupira to win the first tennis match of his collegiate career against Boston College...Boyajian/Sucupira won 8-3 against the Eagles' Jason Sechrist and Geoff Mueller in No. 3 doubles position.

High School and Other Accomplishments: Prepped at St. Thomas Aquinas in Ft. Lauderdale...Named team captain his junior and senior seasons...A four-time district and regional title holder in both singles and doubles...Won the Florida State 3A singles championship his freshman season in 2001...Made it to the state semi-finals during 2002 and 2003 as a sophomore and junior (singles)...During his senior campaign (2004) , was the state runner-up in singles...Led St. Thomas Aquinas to a Florida State 3A third place team finish as a freshman and a second-place finish as a sophomore and senior...Was the 2001 doubles runner-up (freshman) and advanced to the semi-finals of the state tournament his final three campaigns...A four-time member of Team Florida...During his first year of college at Florida State University, won intramurals three times in both singles and doubles...Awarded the Sportsmanship Award at the Gator Bowl.

Personal: Born July 7, 1986...The son of Aram and Patty Boyajian...The oldest of two children...Has a younger brother named Brennan...Favorite professional tennis player is Andre Agassi...a junior in the classroom with three years of eligibility remaining on the court and will be listed as a sophomore...Pursuing a degree in Civil Engineering...A member of Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity.

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