Sebastian Serrano

Sebastian Serrano

HT. 5' 9"
YR. Sr.
HOMETOWN Cartagena, Colombia

2006-07: Compiled a 30-6 singles record…went 7-1 in conference play…defeated No. 33 Tennessee’s Derek Stephens, 4-6, 6-3, 6-1…defeated Guilherme Marsiglia of No. 53 Drake, 6-1, 6-3…only lost two matches during dual play…compiled a doubles record of 23-4 with partner Enrique Olivares…the duo went undefeated in conference play posting an 8-0 record…was named the A-Sun Player of the Week…in fall tournament play he defeated eight opponents from Southeastern Conference schools…was the Flight A3 singles champion at the MTSU Fall Invitational…partnered with Daniel Isaza to win the Flight B1 doubles title at the MTSU Fall Invitational.

2005-06: Posted a 19-7 singles record...went undefeated in conference play posting a 9-0 record…defeated Ben Rogers of No. 16 Tennessee, 6-1, 6-4…defeated No. 50 San Diego State’s Robert Sabo…had an 11-match win streak during dual play…compiled a 19-3 doubles record with partner Enrique Olivares…the duo went undefeated in conference play…in fall tournament action he defeated Brian Walter of East Carolina 6-7, 6-3, 7-6 at the Gamecock Invitational before falling in a hard fought match against Kevin Fleck of Clemson 4-6, 6-3, 6-2...compiled a 3-0 doubles record with partner Daniel Escobedo...were the B-1 doubles champions at the Gamecock Invitational.  

2004-05: Joined the team for the spring of 2005...posted an 18-2 singles record...went undefeated in conference play...had a 15 match winning streak...only losses of the season came to No. 43 Wake Forest and No. 22 Tennessee...compiled a 16-4 doubles record with brother Moises Serrano.

Prep: Ranked No. 1 in 2003 in the Under 16 national rankings...played in the COSAT semifinals and quarterfinals in Colombia in 2003 and 2004...was a five-time National Champion and represented Colombia in South American tournaments in Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Uruguay, Paraguay, Argentina, and Brazil.

Personal: Born on April 24, 1983 ... majoring in business...son of Zulma and Samuel of former ETSU tennis player Moises Serrano...full name is Luis Sebastian Serrano.