Patrick Briaud
Patrick Briaud

Player Profile

College Station, TX

High School:
A&M Consolidated High

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 175


Ranked No. 15 in the nation in doubles at the conclusion of spring regular season play. 2004-05: Clinched Cal's Feb. 12 win over Arizona with a three-set victory on court three ... In doubles play with partner Conor Niland, clinched the doubles point on court one en route to upsetting USC (4/9) ... Competed in three fall tournaments for Cal, amassing three singles wins ... Advanced to the round of 32 at the ITA West-North Regional Championships, defeating Brett Womack of Gonzaga (6-0; 6-4) and Timo Kienle of USF (6-3; 6-2) ... Entered the fall as the No. 18 doubles team in the country, along with partner Conor Niland ... Posted a 6-4 tournament doubles record ... Upset Virginia's No. 6 duo of Rylan Rizza and Antonio Ruiz, 8-3, at the Icy Hot/ITA Men's All-American Championships, advancing to the quarterfinals of the tournament ... Strung together four consecutive victories, defeating teams from Washington, Santa Clara, USF and Oregon, to advance to the finals of the ITA West Regional Championships, before falling to the No. 1 Stanford team of Sam Warburg and K.C. Corkery, 8-2 ... Ended the fall as the No. 6 doubles team in the West Region. 2003-04: Finished the year ranked No. 9 nationally in doubles ... Awarded Pac-10 Co-Doubles Team of the Year ... Named Pac-10 All-Academic Team ... Named doubles All-American ... Finished 2004 with records of 13-25 in singles competition and 20-14 in doubles play ... Advanced to the quarterfinals of the Pac-10 singles tournament by defeating No. 94 Krzysztof Kwinta (UCLA) and No. 64 Roger Matalonga (Arizona) ... Came from behind to defeat No. 100 Ruben Torres (USC), 2-6; 6-2; 6-2...advanced to the semifinals of the Pac-10 doubles tournament with partner Balazs Veress ... Six-game doubles winning streak which included five wins over ranked opponents ... Advanced to the final of the Sherwood Cup, before falling to No. 7 Alberto Francis-Kris Kwinta (UCLA), 8-5. 2002-03: Finished the season with a mark of 9-14, but gained valuable match experience in just his second year of collegiate competition ... Closed-out the season wining three of four, including a victory over Scott Felsenthal of Washington (6-1; 6-1) at the Pac-10 Championships ... Proved his value in doubles where he competed with seven different partners in the spring going 23-13 overall and 16-8 in dual matches ... His most success came with Balazs Veress as his partner, as the two recorded a 9-3 dual meet record and a 10-4 mark overall ... At Bulldog Classic in Fresno, advanced to semifinals in back draw with 6-4; 5-7; 1-0(8) win over Paul Dilloway of UC Davis ... Scored straight set win over Arron Spencer of Oregon in second round of Omni Hotel Regional Championship back draw to advance to the consolation Round of 16. 2001-02: Played in seven dual matches, mostly at doubles ... Advanced to Round of 16 at Pac-10 invitational, defeating Jonathan Scott (ASU) in straight sets ... In doubles, paired with Balazs Veress at team's final six dual meets, posting 4-2 record ... Pair scored win against UMBC at NCAA Regionals, finishing their match in 28 minutes, an 8-0 victory ... At Bulldog Classic in the fall, advanced to finals in back draw ... Scored straight set win over McClure Wallace of Nevada in second round of Omni Hotels Regional Championship to advance to round of 32 ... First collegiate win came against Illinois' Jamal Parker at Napa Valley Tennis Challenge by 6-4; 6-3 score ... In doubles, teamed with fellow newcomer Kevin Patrick, advancing to Round of 32 at both the Omni Hotels Regional Championship and Bulldog Classic.

Previous Experience: Won state 5A championship for singles in Texas ... Was Junior Davis Cup champion with Team Texas ... Two-time high school team MVP ... Won Tiger Fight Award twice while in high school.

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