|High School:||Josef-Hofmiller Gymnasium|
AS A SENIOR IN 2006-07: Served as assistant coach in the fall before returning for final year of eligibility in the spring as a team captain ... posted a 13-17 record in singles with all but one match coming at No. 1, 12-15 in duals ... went 21-8 in doubles to lead team in doubles wins and 18-8 in duals ... named All-WCC Second Team in doubles and singles ... finished career with 53 doubles wins, good for ninth all-time at SCU ... 35 doubles wins with Bobby Rasmussen places second all-time at SCU ... Doubles: went 17-6 with Rasmussen for the season ... at the Aztec Invitational paired with Rasmussen to defeat San Diego State's Beron and Sabo 8-2 on Jan. 12 ... finished unbeaten at SDSU with wins over Brogan and Waits of Arizona State 8-3 on Jan. 13 and Dikhardt and Sabo of SDSU 9-8 (4) on Jan. 14 ... at No. 2 teamed with Rasmussen for two wins on Jan. 20, 9-8 (6) over Villalobos and Liberty-Point of UC Santa Cruz and Chin and Garcia of UC Davis 8-6 ... lost first match with Rasmussen on Jan. 28 vs. Boise State 9-8 (3) to Boswell and Roberson ... at California on Jan. 30 got a victory over Chizever and Heavey 9-8 (6) ... at No. 2 defeated UC Irvine's Radulescu and Sundling 8-4 on Feb. 4 ... posted another doubles victory against Arizona State's Rebaza and Hegarty 8-3 ob Feb. 9 ... beat Zimmer and Romic of Arizona 9-8 (4) on Feb. 10 in 4-3 Bronco win ... finished Feb. 7-1 with a seven-match win streak from Feb. 4-19 ... after a loss, bounced back with three straight wins from Mar. 4-11 vs. SMC's Fauvre and Ozpinar 8-5, USF's Berry and Cohen (8-6) and a doubles-point clinching 9-8 (9) vs. Cal Poly's Baca and Roybal ... won final match of season with Rasmussen on Apr. 15 Senior Day vs. Sac. State, clinching doubles point with 8-6 ... while Rasmussen was out with injury, played five matches with Kevin McQuaid and one match with Kenzo Hirakawa-Wong and went 4-2 ... teamed up with Hirakawa-Wong at the No. 2 position for a win over Montana State's Kovas and Vuckovic 8-2 on Mar. 25 ... at No. 1 on Mar. 31 with McQuaid defeated Harvard's Ermakov and Kumar 8-5 and on Apr. 5 he and McQuaid defeated Berry and Tu of USF 8-6 ... combined with McQuaid to beat Garcin and Tonelli of Nevada on Apr. 13 by a score of 8-1 ... lost two matches with McQuaid, vs. Stanford on Apr. 4 and UC San Diego on Apr. 15 ... Singles: played all but one match at No. 1 singles ... went 1-2 at Aztec Invitational in first action of the year ... beat Arizona State's Juan Carlos Rebaza 6-4, 7-5 on Jan. 13 for first win ... lost first dual match to Matt Seeberger of UC Santa Cruz on Jan. 20 by a 7-6 (6), 5-7, 1-0 (7) score, but rebounded for win on same day vs. UC Davis' Michael Chin 7-5, 6-2 ... lost five straight matches from Jan. 28-Feb. 9, three of them to ranked opponents ... clinched the match vs. Arizona with a win over nation's No. 123 Claudio Christen 6-1, 5-7, 6-3 for program's first road win over a Pac-10 opponent ... on Feb. 16 had victory over Bryce Cooper 6-2, 6-4 of Gonzaga ... earned a singles victory on Feb. 16 over UCSB's Bijan Hejazi 7-6, (5), 7-5 ... at No. 1 defeated Portland's Filip Zivkovic 6-3, 6-3 on Mar. 2 ... also earned a singles victory over SMC's Joel Kusnierz 7-6 (7-2), 7-5 on Mar. 4 ... on Mar. 24 vs. Montana State earned a singles victory against Jakub Dybala 6-4, 6-1 ... Mar. 27 defeated Brigham Young's James Ludlow 6-4, 6-3, who was nationally ranked at #105 ... fell 6-3, 7-6 (4) to Stanford's Richard Wire, No. 110 on Apr. 4 ... on Apr. 5 played at the No. 2 singles position for the first time, getting a victory over USF's Falko Huettenberger 6-1, 6-4 ... on Apr. 13 earned a win at the No. 1 position over Nevada's Laurent Garcin 6-3, 6-2 ... two days later earned another victory at the No. 1 position over UCSD's Bijan Moallemi 6-3, 6-1 ... lost both matches at the WCC Championships, falling 6-1, 4-6, 6-2 vs. LMU's Nico Terrien on Apr. 21 in first round and 6-7 (3), 6-1, 7-5 to SMC's Joel Kusnierz in the third place match on Apr. 22.
AS A JUNIOR IN 2005-06: Earned All-WCC First Team honors after playing the No. 1 singles position for Santa Clara the entire dual season ... named to the All-WCC Spring Academic team in 2006 ... posted an overall singles record of 15-20, including a 5-4 mark in the WCC ... Macek registered a dramatic 6-4, 3-6, 7-6 (1) victory over Matt Carroll clinched Santa Clara's 4-3 triumph over visiting Fresno Pacific, which marked his final career match at the Degheri Tennis Center... also clinched Santa Clara's 5-2 victory over host Loyola Marymount after defeating Nicolas Terrien 6-1, 7-6 (3) ... reached the Round of 16 at the Santa Clara Bronco Classic ... participated in the Wilson/ITA Northwest Regional Championships ... tallied an overall doubles record of 18-16, mainly playing the No. 1 and 2 positions with Bobby Rasmussen during the spring and earned All-WCC Doubles Honorable Mention ... the duo ended the season on a three-match winning streak ... advanced to the Round of 16 of the Wilson/ITA Northwest Regional Championships with Rasmussen ... the duo dropped a hard-fought 9-8 (5) decision to John Pettit and Ken Nakahara of California in the finals of the Santa Clara Bronco Classic ... earned spot on WCC Commissioner's Honor Roll ... ITA Scholar Athlete.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2004-2005: Played inaugural season as a Bronco at the No. 2 singles position and earned 16 victories, including wins over No. 67 UC Santa Barbara, No. 73 UC Irvine and No. 75 Denver... played in the No. 1-3 doubles positions en route to recording 14 doubles victories... competed in both singles and doubles at the ITA All-American Championship in Chattanooga, Tenn., during the fall tournament season... won the Flight 'A' doubles crown with senior Taylor Bedillion at the Pacific Tiger Fall Classic...named Intercollegiate Tennis Association Scholar-Athlete and Bronco Scholar-Athlete of the Week... named to WCC Commissioner's Honor Roll (silver honors - 3.74-3.50 cumulative gpa)...team representative for the Student Athlete Advisory Council. AS A FRESHMAN IN 2003-2004: Attended the University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg... red-shirted the season due to NCAA transfer regulations... represented the men's tennis program on the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee ... a member of the WCC Commissioner's Honor Roll.
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Josef-Hofmiller Gymnasium in Freising, Germany... ranked among the Top 175 players in the German Men's Division... earned ATP world doubles ranking... reached doubles semifinals of ITF futures event in Portugal.
PERSONAL: Full name is Jan Macek... parents are Jan and Dana Macek... has one younger brother, Daniel... fluent in four languages... enjoys playing a variety of sports, including ice-hockey, golf, swimming and skiing... majoring in finance... would like to pursue an MBA following undergraduate studies.
Macek's Career Statistics
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