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Freddy Walsh
Freddy Walsh

Class:
RS Senior

Hometown:
Bellevue, Wash.

High School:
Newport HS

Height:
5-11



04/18/2013

Men's Tennis Hosts Nevada for Senior Day

Filipp Pogosktin, Scott Sears and Freddy Walsh will each be honored before the match.

04/14/2013

Broncos Down Bulldogs 6-1

Five singles wins powered the Broncos, Sunday.

Senior (2011-12) - Redshirt

Junior (2010-11) - Earned the majority of his playing time in singles seeing action in 23 total matches, including playing in 10 dual singles matches for the Broncos...played in just four doubles matches, which all came during the fall...finished the regular season with a 13-10 overall singles record and a 6-4 record in dual matches...went 2-1 in singles at the Boise State Fall Classic...also finished 3-2 at the ITA Mountain Region Championships in singles.

Sophomore (2009-10) - Played in 21 singles matches and seven doubles matches throughout his sophomore season at Boise State...saw action in 10 dual singles matches for the Broncos, playing primarily at No. 6...recorded a 12-7 overall singles record to go along with a 3-4 record in doubles...was 4-1 at No. 6 singles...won a big match at No. 6 singles to help Boise State beat No. 71 Purdue...played in just one dual doubles match, which resulted in a win with Harry Skinner against College of Idaho.

Freshman (2008-09) - Played in three fall tournaments as well as one spring tournament...saw time in dual matches against Idaho, Utah, Idaho State, Memphis, Utah State and Montana State...went 5-7 on the year in singles while posting a 10-6 doubles record...went 2-1 in singles dual matches in the No. 6 spot...split time in doubles play with Stanley Sarapanich, Stefan Simikic and Blane Shields...went 5-2 in dual doubles matches...named to the 2009 WAC All-Academic Team.

Other - Earned the Knight Valor Award for completing over 100 community service hours in his senior year at Newport High School...earned a top-10 national ranking in doubles while in 16s...also ranked top 100 in doubles while in 18s...earned a No. 1 ranking in PNW doubles in both 16s and 18s as well as earning a No. 5 ranking in PNW singles in 18s...won the Washington state doubles title his sophomore year...named team MVP three times in high school.

Major - Business and Pre-Dental Studies