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Ted Angelinos
Ted  Angelinos


Athens, Greece

High School:
CMA University

Last College:

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 182

AT TULANE: Played for the Green Wave for two seasons before the program was cut in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. 2004-05: Posted a 17-8 singles record including a 15-5 record in dual matches ... named second team All-Conference USA ... Conference USA Player of the Week (Mar. 15) ... named Co-MVP of the Blue/Gray Tennis Classic ... ranked as high as No. 109 nationally in singles and No. 54 nationally in doubles ... posted a 22-9 doubles record, playing with Jacobo Hernandez. 2003-04: Joined the team for the start of the spring season and went 9-7 overall, including a 7-5 mark at No. 3 singles ... had a 7-6 doubles record, playing with five different partners.

PREP & PERSONAL: Transferred to Tulane from CMA University in Greece, which did not have a tennis program ... has been ranked in the top 800 in the both the ATP singles and doubles rankings ... played for Greece at the European Championships in the Fall of 2006 ... was a top junior player in Greece ... spent time training at a high-level tennis academy in Valencia, Spain ... born May 29, 1984 in Athens, Greece ... son of Stratos and Eleni Angelinos.

Year Overall Pct. ACC Pct. Overall Pct. ACC Pct.
2003-04* 7-5 .583 -- -- 7-6 .538 -- --
2004-05* 17-8 .680 -- -- 22-9 .710 -- --
Career 24-13 .649 -- -- 29-15 .659 -- --

* at Tulane


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