Sergiu Modoc
    Sergiu Modoc

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Yorba Linda, Calif.

    High School:
    El Dorado

    Height / Weight:
    6-2 / 185

    Fresno State: (2005-06) A first-team All-WAC selection in doubles ... second-team All-WAC in singles ... finished the dual match season with a record of 10-11 in singles, playing primarily in the No. 2 spot ... tallied an 11-9 record in doubles, 11-7 with Sam Gibbs, and a final national ranking of No. 44 ... with Gibbs, defeated second-ranked Born and Siljestrom 8-7 (2) at the Wathen Tennis Center ... also knocked-off No. 17 Schoeck and Shields of Boise State in the tiebreaker ... Completed the fall season with a record of 4-3 in singles and 6-4 in doubles ... went 3-1 in the ITA Northwest Regionals, advancing to the round of 16 ... Modoc and teammate Charles Irie went 2-1 in doubles play during the ITA Northwest Regionals, advancing to the quarterfinals of the tournament ... advanced to the doubles semifinal of the UNLV Fall Classic.

    (2004-05) A second-team All-WAC honoree in doubles with Jakub Cech ... the duo went 10-7 in dual matches while playing the entire season at No. 1 ... has always been a very good doubles player throughout his Fresno State career, winning at least 10 matches all three years he has been a Bulldog ... one of several players who improved dramatically from last year ... after not regularly competing in the singles lineup in 2004, Modoc moved up to No. 2 in 2005 and was solid ... showed incredible toughness and heart in an epic three-set loss at the WAC Tournament against Tulsa. Facing severe dehydration and cramps, he continued to battle and nearly pulled out a miraculous win over Ricardo Soriano before succumbing 5-7, 6-2, 7-6 (3) ... was the squad's marathon man, playing in a team-high nine three-set matches ... an Academic All-WAC selection for a second year in a row.

    (2003-04) Went 7-13 in singles and 11-10 in doubles ... played regularly in the doubles dual match lineup but only sparingly in singles ... had a 4-9 dual match singles record ... had difficulty finding his rhythm in singles, winning only two of his last 11 matches ... anchored the No. 1 doubles spot for a second consecutive year, teaming with Stefan Suta to go 8-6 ... also played doubles with Greg Shearer at the ITA Regionals. The duo advanced to the round of 16 ... reached the round of 16 in singles of the ITA Regionals.

    (2002-03) Joined the team in January and paid dividends, going 8-7 in singles ... was exceptional in doubles, going 16-9 overall, including 15-6 with Almada ... the tandem wound up receiving a berth in the NCAA Doubles Tournament, where they lost in the first round ... was named WAC Player of the Week after picking up a singles victory in Fresno State's loss to Washington ... in perhaps the craziest match of the year, his tiebreaker-in-the-third win over Jason Beren of Harvard helped Fresno State win a match that started in the Blue-Gray Classic in Montgomery, Ala., and was finished at Stanford University ... had a four-match winning streak in late February into early March ... lost four of his last six matches.

    Prior to Fresno State: Lettered three years at El Dorado High School ... took fourth place at the 2001 Fiesta Bowl Championships ... ranked No. 10 in Southern California and No. 41 in the nation.

    Personal: Born April 27, 1984 ... parents' names are Aurica and Joseph Modoc ... has a brother, Chris, and a sister, Bianca ... his brother Chris runs track at California ... was named his high school's student of the year in 2002 ... favorite athlete is Pete Sampras ... also recruited by Pepperdine, Texas A&M, BYU and UC Irvine.

    Career Singles Statistics

    YearOverallDualTourn
    2002-038-78-70-0
    2003-047-134-93-4
    2004-052-27-139-15
    2005-0614-1410-114-3
    Totals38-4929-409-9

    Career Doubles Statistics

    YearOverallDualTourn
    2002-0316-916-80-1
    2003-0411-1010-91-1
    2004-0510-910-70-2
    2005-0617-1311-96-4
    Totals54-4147-337-8

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