Jeff Kazarian
    Jeff  Kazarian


    Rolling Hills Est., Calif.

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    Jeff Kazarian enters his redshirt senior season... Posted a 2-2 record in the fall, competing at the USD Torero Challenge and in a dual meet vs. Notre Dame.

    Played only in doubles matches in 2005... Compiled a 6-3 record in dual matches... Paired up with Kaes Van't Hof (4-0) to capture the 2005 Pac-10 Invitational Championship... Played with Johan Berg (2-3) in the fall, advancing to the Round of 16 at the ITA Regional Championship.

    Did not compete in singles or doubles.

    Kazarian played limited singles matches in 2003 while trying to rehabilitate various back, shoulder and stomach injuries... Played 12 dual matches at No. 5 and 6 singles and compiled a 6-9 overall record, 4-8 mark in dual matches and 1-3 record in the Pac-10... Found his greatest success playing doubles with Prakash Amritraj at the No. 1 position, where the duo went 9-5 overall and 4-1 against Pac-10 opponents... The pair was ranked among the top 50 doubles for a portion of the season... Also played doubles with Johan Berg (1-0), Whit Livingston (1-0), Daniel Tontz (0-1) and Brian Wright (3-1)... Posted a 2-1 singles record in fall tournaments and advanced to the Round of 16 at the ITA Omni Regional Championships.

    Kazarian redshirted the 2002 season due to a back injury.

    Kazarian is a 2001 graduate of Peninsula High in Rolling Hills Estates, Calif. ... He played four years of varsity tennis and earned All-Bay League first team honors all four years... Named the CIF Division I Doubles MVP in 2001 and former USC teammate Teige Sullivan... Won the Bay League singles championship as a sophomore and junior... Helped lead Peninsula to the CIF Division I Southern Section Championship in 1999 and the Bay League Championship all four years... He enjoyed his greatest success in 16-and-unders when he ranked among the top-10 in Southern California and was a finalist in singles and third-place finisher in doubles at the National Clay Courts... Advanced to the doubles quarterfinals in 2000 and 2001 at the National Hard Court Championships in Kalamazoo, Mich.

    Jeffrey Benjamin Kazarian was born on Dec. 19, 1982, in Torrance, Calif. ... The son of Kris and Julie Kazarian, he has one brother, Jonathan, and one sister, Kristen... The grandson of John Fleitz, who played tennis at USC in 1948... He enjoys riding motorcross and golfing when he's not playing tennis... A psychology major.

    	S - Overall	        S - Duals		D - Overall	D - Duals
    Year	W	L	Pct.	W	L	Pct.	W	L	Pct.	W	L	Pct.
    2002				Redshirt Season
    2003	6	9	.400	4	8	.333	14	7	.667	14	6	.700
    2004	--	--	--	--	--	--	--	--	--	--	--	--
    2005	--	--	--	--	--	--	6	3	.667	6	3	.667
    Totals	6	9	.400	4	8	.333	20	10	.667	20	9	.690