Men's Tennis

Bryan Griffin
Bryan Griffin

RS Senior

Columbus, Ohio

High School:
Upper Arlington

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 180


2010-11 (Sr.): Singles: Went 6-10 in singles play, including 3-2 in tournaments... Earned wins against Fredrick Person of Utah State (6-0, 6-3), Brandon MacDonald of Xavier (4-6, 6-3, 6-1) and Kudakwashe Nyatoti of Prairie View A&M (6-1, 6-1)... Defeated Will Beck of Virginia Tech (4-6, 6-3, 7-5) and Ben Marks of Norfolk State (6-2, 6-1), before falling to Chris Kearney of UC Irvine (3-6, 1-6) in the prequalifying rounds of the DiNovo All-American Championships in October... Lost by retirement to No. 118 Tommy Laine in the second round of the Midland Racquet Club Invitational in September... Doubles: Went 1-1 in doubles action... Worked with Mischa Nowicki to down Juan Cuadrado and Arthur Romanet of Bradley 8-3 on March 17... Along with Gaston Cuadranti, lost 4-8 to Daniel Moreiras and Martin Ayala of UT-San Antonio on March 5.

2008-09 (So.): Went 6-6 in singles play on the year... Finished the year on a two-match win streak... Went 3-2 at the No. 6 slot... Went a combined 4-1 in doubles on the year, teaming with Artem Baradach, Andrew Peterson and Gaston Cuadranti... Only loss of the year in doubles play came against Big 10 opponent Minnesota.

2007-08 (Fr.): Won all four singles matches in the spring, defeating opponents from Prairie View A&M, Southeastern Oklahoma State, Centenary and Grambling State... Played one doubles match with David Kuczer, defeating a pair from Centenary... Advanced to the final round of the D Flight singles at the Rice Invitational, where he lost to teammate Darren Walsh.

2006-07: Redshirted.

Prior to SMU: Was a four-time state final four finalist, Conference MVP and was top ten in the Ohio Valley Rankings.

Personal: Majoring in Communications with a minor in political science... Parents are Hank and Bonnie... Has one brother.

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