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Treat Huey
Treat  Huey

Alexandria, Va.

High School:
St. Stephen's & St. Agnes

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 170


Third Year


Virginia Alum Somdev Devvarman Leads India to Second-Round Davis Cup Win over New Zealand

Treat Huey also competed for the Philippines, earning a doubles win for his home nation

2005, 2006 All-ACC

AT VIRGINIA: 2005-06: Posted a 31-14 singles record, including an 8-2 record in the ACC ... finished the year ranked No. 67 nationally and was ranked as high as No. 6 during the season ... alternate for the NCAA Singles Championship ... 2006 All-ACC ... advanced out of qualifying at the ITA All-American Championships, and reached the quarterfinals of the main draw ... defeated seven ranked players during the season ... played in the qualifying draw of the Legg Mason Tennis Classic in Washington, D.C. last summer ... had a 26-12 doubles record, including a 22-9 record with Somdev Devvarman ... Huey and Devvarman were ranked as high as No. 11 nationally in doubles ... named second team VaSID All-State.

2004-05: Posted a 31-10 singles record, including a 24-4 dual match record ... won 16 of his last 17 matches of the season ... 2005 All-ACC ... winner of the 2005 Norton Pritchett Memorial Award ... earned a national ranking of 104 during the season ... defeated two players ranked in the final top 125, including All-American Travis Helgeson of Texas ... reached the semifinals of the Crimson Tide Invitational ... reached the backdraw final of the National Collegiate Tennis Classic ... went 26-10 in doubles ... played primarily with Somdev Devvarman and the team had a 22-7 record ... with Devvarman, was ranked No. 34 nationally at the end of the season and were ranked as high as No. 23 during the year ...duo won the championship of the National Collegiate Tennis Classic, defeating two top 20 ranked teams in the process ... duo went 18-6 in dual matches, playing at the No. 2 position ... teamed with former Old Dominion All-American Izak van der Merwe to win a doubles title on the USTA Futures Circuit.

PREP & PERSONAL: Ranked No. 1 in USTA boys' 18s singles ... won three singles and two doubles titles in 2004 ... won 2004 Easter Bowl doubles title ... won USTA National Open title ... won doubles titles at the Super National Clay Courts, International Hard Courts amd the USTA National Open ... 2004 High School All-American ... three time Washington Post All-Met Player of the Year ... competed at the Legg Mason Tennis Classic in Washington, D.C. ... featured in Sports Illustrated's "Faces in the Crowd" ... born August 28, 1985 in Washington, D.C. ... son of Manina and Kirk Huey.

Year Overall Pct. ACC Pct. Overall Pct. ACC Pct.
2004-05 31-10 .756 7-1 .875 26-10 .722 8-1 .889
2005-06 31-14 .689 8-2 .800 26-12 .684 8-2 .800
Career 62-24 .721 15-3 .833 52-22 .703 16-3 .842


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