Alan Barrios
Alan Barrios
Height: 6-3
Year: Jr. - TR
Hometown: Cozumel, Mexico
High School: Amphitheater
Major: Economics

Academic Notes: Majoring in economics.

Career Notes: 5 singles wins, 6 victories in doubles play. 

2014 (Senior): 4-7 overall record in singles play, 3-2 record in the Big Sky at No. 5 and 6… Served as the team’s primary No. 6 player… Won his first match of the season against UC Riverside 6-5 (2-), 6-2 against Sean Yun… Last win came against Southern Utah 6-3, 6-2 win over Mitchell John on the No. 6 court… Posted a 6-9 overall record in doubles, 4-3 in the Big Sky… Primarily served as the No. 3 duo in doubles… Went 2-3 in doubles with Alexandre Locci, 1-3 with Trevor Unger and 3-3 with Kester Black.  

2013 (Junior): 1-13 overall singles record, 1-6 Big Sky singles record at No. 5 and 6...Served as team's primary No. 6 singles player...Recorded first victory against Southern Utah's Russ Christensen, 6-0, 6-0, at No. 5...Led Utah State's Andrew Whiting, 6-2, 5-3, at No. 6 on Jan. 27 when team clinched match...0-2 overall doubles record...Teamed with Dominic Bermudez at No. 3 doubles in team's first two matches of the season...2-8 singles record and 3-6 doubles record during fall 2012 play.

Jackson State (2011-12): Attended Jackson State University in Jackson, Miss.

Pima Community College (2009-11): Two-year starter, captain and letter winner at Pima Community College...Played tennis for coach Sharif Moustafa...Helped team get as high as No. 12 in the nation...Helped team to two conference runner-ups...Ranked No. 14 in the nation in JUCO singles...JC Conference runner-up in singles.

High School: 2009 graduate of Amphitheater HS.

Personal: Alan Barrios Avila was born May 21, 1991 in Cozumel, Mexico...Son of Maria Avila...Two older brothers, Hansell and Iram...Enjoys fishing, snorkeling and listening to electronic music...Admires his JUCO coach Sharif Moustafa because "he's the most influential coach I've had" and his mom "because she never gives up"...Transferred to Northern Arizona because of the good academics, tennis program and school environment...Considered Point Loma University before transferring.