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Shaun Waters
Shaun Waters
Height: 6-1
Year: Jr.-TR
Hometown: Melbourne, Australia
High School: St Helena Secondary College
Major: Construction Management

Academic Notes: Majoring in construction management...Student Athlete GPA Award recipient at Middle Tennessee State...Golden Eagle Scholar-Athlete Award recipient in 2012.

2012 (Junior): 9-12 overall singles record, 2-6 Big Sky singles record at No. 2, 3 and 4...Went 4-8 as primary No. 2 singles player...Recorded two winning streaks of three or more matches...Defeated Zane Smith of No. 73 Ball State, 6-2, 6-4 at No. 3...7-13 overall doubles record, 3-4 Big Sky doubles record at No. 1 and 3...Teamed primarily with Trevor Unger, as duo went 3-7 as primary No. 1 doubles team...Won three of last four doubles matches at No. 3 to close out the season...Named Big Sky Player of the Week on March 13...5-8 singles record and 8-5 doubles record during fall 2011 play.

Middle Tennessee State (2010-11): 6-17 overall singles record and 10-12 overall doubles record in 2011 as a sophomore...3-15 record as primary No. 1 singles player...10-12 at No. 1 doubles with Ben Davis...Helped team win conference championship by winning match at No. 2 singles against South Alabama with team score tied at 3-3...Was down 2-6, 1-4 to Juan Spir of No. 16 Georgia Tech at NCAA Tournament at conclusion of match...5-6 singles record and 4-5 doubles record in 2010 fall play...10-12 overall singles record and 8-16 overall doubles record in 2010 as a freshman...7-4 record as primary No. 4 singles player...Won six of last seven matches to end season with final match being unfinished...8-11 record with Richard Cowden at Nos. 2 and 3 doubles...Pair defeated Jamal Adderly and Alex Pukal, 8-1, of No. 43 South Florida...Pair also defeated Ryan Gormley and Warren Hardi, 8-6, of No. 44 Penn State.

Personal: Shaun Waters was born February 23, 1992 in Pretoria, South Africa...Son of Eric Waters...One brother, Chris, and one sister, Kirsten...Lists most memorable athletic moment as winning the Sun Belt conference championships as a member of Middle Tennessee State in 2011...Chose Northern Arizona because of the atmosphere.

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