Federico Mattioli
Federico Mattioli
Birth Date: 04/15/1980
Height: 5-11
Year: Senior
Hometown: Buenos Aires, Argentina
High School: Goethe Schule
Previous College: Pepperdine
College: 4V
AS A JUNIOR IN 2001-02: Moved into the ninth spot for career singles victories with a 46-29 record.... went 6-4 in dual matches while going 3-2 in WCC duals... posted an 11-3 record with doubles partner Victor Camargo, and went 13-6 overall... opened spring season with a marathon three-set victory over UC Santa Cruz.

AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2000-01: Won 22 matches, including three wins over ranked players from TCU, Arizona State and Washington, en route to claiming the top spot in SCU's list of single season victories... with his victory at No. 5 singles, tied the match against UC Santa Barbara at three all, allowing a Bronco teammate to clinch the program's first team victory over UCSB... played mostly in the fourth and fifth slots and went 13-7 in dual action... defeated LMU's Beau Berglund 6-1, 6-0 in under 30 minutes during the first round of the league championships.

AS A RS FRESHMAN IN 1999-2000: Went 14-10 in singles action, playing at No. 5... clinched the match for the team against No. 43 Pacific... like teammate Matt Cox, won nine of his last 10 singles outings... went 3-2 in doubles.

AS A FRESHMAN IN 1998-99: Attended Pepperdine University, redshirting the season.

HIGH SCHOOL: Attended the Goethe Schule in Buenos Aires, Argentina... twice reached sectional tournament finals...also was a semifinalist in the Kendall Tournament held in Miami, Fla... was the 19th ranked junior player in Argentina in 1997.

PERSONAL: Full name is Federico (middle name??) Mattioli... born April 15, 1980 in Buenos Aires, Argentina... parents are Carlos Pablo Mattioli and Silvia Haselbeck de Mattioli... has two brothers... plays soccer as a hobby...during the 2001 summer played two futures and passed prequalifying for both... fell in the second round of qualifiers of one and the first round of the other.

Mattioli's Career Statistics

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Getting to Know Federico

Favorite Athlete: Enzo Francescolli. He was a great soccer player that helped River Plate achieve many titles.
Favorite Pre-game Meal: Pasta.
Why did you choose Santa Clara? I liked the team, the coaches and the location.
Favorite aspect of SCU Athletics: I like working with my teammates for a common goal.
Favorite Place on the SCU campus: The courts.
What are your interests away from sports? To get an education and to have fun.
The biggest goal in your life is... to enjoy life (it's short!) To also be rich and live on the coast in Punta del Este (Uruguay).
After your playing career is over, you'd like to be remembered as... a good tennis player and a friend.