Jack Heslin
Jack  Heslin

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Auckland, New Zealand

High School:
Sacred Heart Col.

Last College:
Tennessee

Height:
6-3

Experience:
TR/1L

10/19/2017

Tinelli and McDermott Advance at Regional

Boise State's doubles team of Matteo Tinelli and Ryland McDermott have reached the round of 16 at the ITA Mountain Regional.

10/18/2017

Three Advance in Singles at Regional

Platzeck, McDermott and Lalovic advance in singles along with two doubles teams at ITA Mountain Regional.

10/17/2017

Boise State at ITA Mountain Regional

Seven Broncos will try to earn berths to the indoor national championships in November.

09/23/2017

Battle in the Bay Classic Day Two Recap

Heslin and Tinelli fall in singles and doubles on Saturday.

09/22/2017

Battle in the Bay Day One Recap

Heslin and Tinelli Struggle on opening day in San Francisco.

HONORS


  • 2017 All-Mountain West, Doubles

CAREER STATISTICS


Singles

  • 2015-16:  17-17
  • 2016-17:  19-13
  • TOTAL:  36-30
Doubles
  • 2015-16:  17-16
  • 2016-17:  16-18
  • TOTAL:  33-34

2016-17 | SOPHOMORE SEASON


HONOR: All-Mountain West in Doubles.

OVERALL: Finished season with a team-best overall mark of 19-13 in singles playing primarily at No. 2 and 3 singles during the team duals season where he went 12-10, was 7-3 in fall tournaments ... went 16-18 overall in doubles, 9-15 in spring duals and 7-3 in fall tournaments.

FALL HIGHLIGHTS: Participated in two fall tournaments ... went 4-2 at the Battle in the Bay Classic (Sept. 23-25) at San Francisco, Calif., where he reached the consolation championship match before falling in two sets ... went 3-1 in singles matches at the ITA Mountain Regional (Oct. 19-23) at Las Vegas, Nev., where he made it to the of round of 32 ... recorded a 2-1 mark to reached the quarterfinals in doubles at the Battle in the Bay while playing with Kyle Butters ... also played for the ITA Mountain Region championship with Butters going 4-1 overall before falling to the nation’s 42nd-ranked pair from Denver.

SPRING HIGHLIGHTS: Compiled a 12-10 record in team duals splitting time primarily on courts two (5-6) and three (6-4) ... went 3-1 in MW matches with wins over UNLV’s Alexandr Cozbinov (March 21) 6-4, 3-6, 7-5; Air Force’s Isaac Perez (April 9) 7-5, 6-0; and Utah State’s Samuel Serrano (April 22) 6-4, 6-2 in his lone match at No. 1 singles he defeated Idaho State’s Sebastian Edin (Feb. 11) in three sets 6-1, 1-6, 6-1 ... in doubles play went 9-15 during the spring season ... was 7-7 on court one when paired with Kyle Butters,  they knocked off Princeton’s 14th-ranked tandem of Luke Gamble and Alexander Day 6-3 at the Blue Gray National Tennis Classic (Feb. 25) ... also played doubles with Brian Tran (1-4), Greg Wischer (1-3 and Morgan Stone (0-1).


2015-16 | FRESHMAN SEASON


OVERALL: Competed for the University of Tennessee in Knoxville ... went 17-17 overall in singles play and 17-16 in doubles.

FALL HIGHLIGHTS: Won six singles and five doubles matches during the fall, winning five of his final seven matches ... reached the singles quarterfinals in the second flight of the SEC Fall Classic ... lost just a combined five games in his first two wins.

SPRING HIGHLIGHTS: Played No. 6 singles and No. 2 and 3 doubles for the Vols in his first college season ... went a combined 8-0 in singles and doubles his first collegiate weekend of dual match play, competing on court 5 singles and court 3 doubles with Preston Touliatos ... clinched the doubles point against Duke by winning 6-4 at No. 3 doubles with Preston Touliatos ... clinched the doubles point against Ole Miss by winning 6-3 at No. 2 double with Preston Touliatos ... won his first career SEC singles match against Vanderbilt’s Alex Ross 7-6(6), 6-2 ... picked up another SEC win against Sam Swank from South Carolina ... helped Vols to an opening-round victory over Auburn in the SEC Championships, beating Joseph Van Dooren in straight sets.


JUNIOR TENNIS


Originally from Auckland, New Zealand, where he attended Sacred Heart College (high school) and served as team captain of the school's premier tennis team from 2011 through 2014 ... youth career included winning one International Tennis Federation (ITF) junior singles and two doubles tournament titles with three runners-up finishes ... was ranked as high as third in the New Zealand ITF Junior rankings and 337 in the world ... won the New Zealand U12 national doubles championship and was runner-up at the U16 national doubles tournament ... twice represented his country as a member of the New Zealand Junior National Team ... played club ball for the Caro Bowl Tennis Team during New Zealand's premier club tennis competition ... was also named the 2014 ASB Auckland College Sport Young Sports person of the Year.


ACADEMICS


Majoring in business economics.


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