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Lukas Marsoun
Lukas  Marsoun


Kladno, Czech Republic

High School:
Sport Gymnasium/Gymnasium Kladno



Liberal Arts

As a Senior
Fall 2008:Compiled a record of 8-4 in fall singles play... Playing along side Alex Stamchev, he finished with a record of 6-2 in doubles matches... Also took runner-up in doubles at the Seminole Invitational... Made it to the "A" draw doubles final at the Georgia Tech Invitational, falling to Miguel Muguruza and Ryan Smith, 8-4... Finished the fall season ranked 19th in the nation in doubles with Alex Stamchev.

As a Junior
Fall 2007:Tallied a 9-2 record in the fall (7-3 in doubles), playing at the Florida State Invitational, Arizona State Thunderbird Classic and the Auburn Fall Classic... Advanced to the "B" Division semifinals at the FSU Invitational and teamed with Nick Maurillo to advance to the "B" Division doubles finals, losing to UCF's Sinan Sudas and Blaze Schwartz, 8-5... Was one of only three Tigers to go 3-0 at the Auburn Fall Classic.
Spring 2008: Finished spring play with a record of 9-13, going 9-12 in dual matches, staring at the number Nos. 2, 3 and 4 positions, though he played primarily in the No. 3 spot... Posted a 4-7 mark in the SEC... Won his first match at the NCAA Tournament against Marisuz Adamski of Wake Forsest (2-6, 7-6, 7-5)... Finished with a doubles record of 9-8, 3-7 in the SEC, playing primarily with Tim Puetz... Defeated the No. 15-ranked doubles team of Arnau Brugues and Ricardo Soriano (8-6) from Tulsa with Tim Puetz... Also competed in doubles with Milan Krnjetin... Scored the match-winning point in Auburn's 4-3 win over No. 18 LSU, defeating Julien Gauthier, 7-6, 5-7, 6-3.

As a Sophomore
Fall 2006: Amassed a Fall record of 4-3 in singles and 4-3 in doubles with Stephen Nash, Milan Krnjetin and Robert Lathouwers... Advanced to the semifinal of the USC Fall Invitational in both singles and doubles (with Krnjetin)... Advanced to the doubles round of 16 at the ITA Region 3 Indoor Tournament with Lathouwers.
Spring 2007: Posted a 14-6 overall record in singles (6-4 SEC), seeing most of his action at either No. 3 or No. 5... Also went 1-0 in one appearance in the No. 2 spot and 4-0 in the No. 4 position... Won his only completed match against a ranked opponent, taking down No. 31 Matic Omerzel (UGA)... Earned a win over Georgia State's Mattias Skold in the NCAA Team Championship... Went 13-7 (6-5 SEC) in doubles, including a 6-2 mark with Robbert Lathouwers... Also competed with Pawel Dilaj and Alexey Tsyrenov.

As a Freshman
Spring 2006: Finished with a 12-9 singles record and was 6-4 in conference play... Went 5-2 at the No. 6 spot... Had a six match win streak from Mar. 15 to Apr. 2 that included four SEC victories... Competed at the No. 5 singles and No. 1 doubles position at both the SEC and NCAA Championship... Played all doubles with Robbert Lathouwers and put together a 15-9 record (5-6 SEC)... At No. 1 doubles, earned a 10-5 record with Lathouwers.

Born on February 7, 1986... Parents are Lubos Marsoun and Lenka Marsounova... Has one brother, Marek... His tennis role model is Andre Aggasi... Loves to play ice hockey.

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