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Ryan Shane
Ryan  Shane


Falls Church, Va.

High School:
JEB Stuart

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 188


Kwiatkowski Advances to NCAA Singles Quarterfinals

Ryan Shane falls in the Round of 16


Shane, Kwiatkowski Advance in NCAA Singles Championship

Two Cavaliers advance to the Round of 32 while Altamirano falls in the first round


Virginia Wins NCAA Tennis Championship

Cavaliers down Oklahoma 4-1 to win second-straight NCAA Championship


Cavaliers Earn Three ITA All-Region Honors

Ryan Shane and Collin Altamirano lauded in the Atlantic Region


Five Cavaliers Selected for NCAA Individual Championships

Altamirano, Kwiatkowski and Shane in singles; Shane/Corinteli and Kwiatkowski/Styslinger in doubles


Men's Tennis vs. George Washington (by Matt Riley)

Men's Tennis vs. George Washington (by Matt Riley)


Men's Tennis NCAA vs. USC (by Matt Riley)

Men's Tennis NCAA vs. USC (by Matt Riley)


Men's Tennis NCAA vs. Baylor (by Matt Riley)

Men's Tennis NCAA vs. Baylor (by Matt Riley)


Men's Tennis NCAA vs. Notre Dame (by Matt Riley)

Men's Tennis NCAA vs. Notre Dame (by Matt Riley)


Men's Tennis NCAA vs. Army (by Matt Riley)

Men's Tennis NCAA vs. Army (by Matt Riley)

2015-16 SEASON - NCAA Team Champions
• All-American in singles and in doubles for the second-straight year
• All-ACC First Team, his second-straight year of earning first-team honors and third overall all-conference award
• ITA Atlantic Region Senior Player of the Year
• ITA Atlantic Region Arthur Ashe Sportsmanship & Leadership Award
• NCAA Singles Tournament selection, earning a No. 8 seed
• NCAA Doubles Tournament selection, earning a No. 3 seed with Luca Corinteli
• NCAA All-Tournament Team (No. 1 Doubles)
• Has been ranked in the top-10 for singles since March 22 and top-10 of doubles since Feb. 23
• Named the ACC Player of the Week in the final week of the season after logging two wins in singles and two wins in doubles over ranked opponents including downing Wake Forest’s No. 14 Skander Mansouri en route to Virginia wrapping up its 13th-consecutive ACC regular-season title
• Logged his 100th career singles victory in the win against Wake’s Skander Mansouri (Apr. 15)
• Was the USTA’s collegiate representative at this year’s White House Easter Egg roll, meeting President Obama while helping to teach tennis to kids at the event
• Ranked No. 2 in both preseason singles and doubles rankings; started the spring season ranked No. 11 in singles and No. 15 in doubles; finished the year ranked No. 15 in singles and No. 2 in doubles
• Competed in the main draw of the 2015 US Open, falling to No. 27 Jeremy Chardy 6-2, 6-1, 6-7, 6-2 in the first round (Aug. 31)
• Won the Oracle/ITA Masters Doubles title with Corinteli, also playing in the singles bracket, winning the consolation final (Sept. 20)
• Won 1st pro singles title at Costa Mesa Pro Classic Futures (Sept. 27)
• Won the doubles title at the CarX Futures of Champaign (Ill.), partnering with his older brother, Justin (Aug. 15)
• Was the runner-up in singes at the Tallahassee Futures Tournament (Dec. 6)
• Fell in the semifinals of the USTA American Collegiate Invitational at the US Open (Sept. 11)
• Co-Captain
• Finished his UVA career with a 103-36 record in singles (64-25 in duals and 29-9 in the ACC) and 53-21 in doubles

2014-15 SEASON - NCAA Team Champions
• NCAA Singles Champion
• ITA Singles and Doubles All-American
• Ended the season ranked No. 2 nationally in singles and No. 5 nationally in doubles
• NCAA Doubles Championship participant with Luca Corinteli (No. 3 seed)
• NCAA All-Tournament Team (No. 1 singles)
• First-Team All-ACC
• Had a 36-8 singles record and a 27-6 doubles record
• ITA National Indoor Championship semifinalist
• ITA Atlantic Regional Singles Champion
• ITA Atlantic Regional Doubles Champion with Corinteli

2013-14 SEASON
• ITA Atlantic Region Player to Watch
• 2nd Team All-ACC
• NCAA Singles Championship second round
• Ranked as high as No. 40 nationally in singles and ended the year at No. 43
• Had a 28-7 overall singles record, including a 20-2 dual match record
• Had a 3-5 doubles record

2012-13 SEASON - NCAA Team Champions
• NCAA Singles Championship Alternate
• Ranked as high as No. 22 nationally in singles and ended the year at No. 70
• Singles flight champion at the UVa Ranked+1 Invitational
• Advanced from Pre-Qualifying to Qualifying at the ITA All-American Championships
• Had a 20-6 overall singles record, including a 10-4 dual match record
• Had a 3-3 doubles record, all coming in the fall

Juniors/High School
• Blue chip recruit by
• Third place finish at the 2012 Boys Spring Championships
• Undefeated in high school tennis at JEB Stuart
• Three-time high school district champion

• Son of Alaine and Jack Shane
• Older brother, Justin, was a member the UVA tennis team from 2011-14
• Also has a younger brother, Zachary
• Major: Foreign Affairs


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