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Dominic Rossetto
Year: Senior
Hometown: Launceston, Tasmania, Austrailia
High School: St. Patrick's
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2011-12: Tied-for-third on the team with seven singles wins (7-13 overall) mostly at No. 2 ... Teamed with three different doubles partners for an 8-13 overall record between No. 2 and No. 3 ... Helped the team qualify for its first ever Summit League Championships

2010-11: Compiled a 5-8 duals record while competing at five different spots ... teamed with Jamie Dash in doubles where they went 7-7 in duals including a 5-5 mark at No. 2 ... tied for third on the team with 10 doubles wins, with nine coming duals

2009-10:
Tied for second on the team with 11 wins and put together a 10-9 record in duals ... went 5-5 in No. 3 singles and had a 3-1 record at No. 4 ...
teamed with Jamie Dash at No. 1 doubles where they won a team best eight matches ... tied with Dash for the team lead with 11 overall doubles victories ... named Summit League player of the week after he posted a perfect 4-0 singles record along with three doubles wins during the week while competing in Orlando (3/7-14).

2008-09:
Sat out the season due to transfer rules, but made the Dean’s List for his efforts in the classroom.

Before SDSU: Launceston, Tasmania (Australia) native ...  graduated from the prestigious St. Patrick’s college in 2006.  –– Tasmanians consider high school grades 7-10, which they complete before they go to college, grades 11-12 ... held a national ranking of 250 among the senior men –– which includes some of the top players in the world –– and a No. 4 rank in the state of Tasmania upon graduation from St. Patrick’s ... five-year varsity tennis player ... played on the state team in 2000 and from 2003-06 ... teamed-up with fellow Jackrabbit Jamie Dash to win the Tasmanian State doubles title in 2008 ... earned four varsity letters playing soccer and cricket in high school and college.


Singles    
Season Wins Losses
2011-12 7 13
2010-11 5 14
2009-10 11 16
Total 23 43

 

Doubles    
Season Wins Losses
2011-12 8 13
2010-11 10 14
2009-10 11 16
Total 29 43