Marco Osorio - 2012
JUNIOR (2012-13): Posted a 6-7 singles record while going 5-3 in conference play…Split the majority of his time at the No. 5 and 6, picking up three victories at each position…Went 7-6 in doubles action, primarily teaming up with freshman Rayane Djouad for a 7-5 record…Earned his first win of the season against Wofford’s Parks Thompson on March 2…Rode a four-match winning streak from March 2 until March 22…Earned a crucial victory against Elon’s Ismael Delfin on April 7, helping the Eagles take the 4-3 overall win…Added another crucial win against Samford’s Austin Akers, tying the match up at 3 and setting up teammate Albert Codina Sala for the match-clincher…Clinched the doubles point with Djouad against The Citadel in the first round of the SoCon Tourney…Won six out of his last nine singles matches.
SOPHOMORE (2011-12): Posted an impressive 7-4 singles record in his sophomore campaign including a 5-4 mark in SoCon action…Ended the season on a five-match winning streak…Posted a 4-2 record in three-set matches including winning his final four…Started in 12 singles and 10 doubles contests…Saw action at the No. 5 and 6 singles positions and the No. 2 and 3 doubles positions…Recorded a win in his first singles match of the season over South Carolina State’s Jang Lee-Eun, 6-3, 6-1…Notched his first conference victory over Samford’s Garrison Laduca, 3-6, 7-5, 10-6…Also posted SoCon wins over Furman, Wofford, College of Charleston and The Citadel…Defeated Wofford’s Rob Galloway in the first round of the SoCon Championship, helping send the Eagles into the SoCon quarterfinals for the first time since 2009 and marking their first victory in the tournament since 2008…Teamed with Daniel Rush to down UNC Greensboro and Davidson in conference doubles action…Also partnered with Albert Codina Sala…Missed time at the beginning of the season while recovering from injury.
FRESHMAN (2010-11): Began his collegiate career by playing the four singles position...Posted a 5-6 singles record in his freshman campaign...Won three of his first four matches of the season...Notched his first collegiate victory over Fort Valley State's Drew Belk in straight sets...Defeated Mercer's Evandro Rosindo, 7-6, 2-6, 7-5, to clinch the victory for the Eagles in their 4-3 match win...Rallied to defeat Furman's Tyler Droll, 2-6, 7-5, 6-0, as a part of the team's thrilling comeback from an 0-3 deficit to defeat the Paladins...Also recorded wins over non-conference opponents Kennesaw State and Hampton...Played primarily at two doubles, posting a 6-6 record at the position...Also saw action at the one doubles position...Won his first four matches of the season with partner Alain Garrido including his first victory against Fort Valley State, without dropping a game...Also recorded victories over non-conference foes Georgia State, Kennesaw State, and Hampton, as well as conference rivals Furman and Wofford...Partnered primarily with Garrido but also teamed with Edio Castanhel.
PREP: Member of the Junior Davis Cup team for three years...Reached the quarterfinals in his first year as a member of the Junior Davis Cup team and runner-up in the 16U his second...Joined the Senior Davis Cup team as a senior in high school.
PERSONAL: Born May 30, 1992 in Tegucigalpa, Honduras...Is the son of Ricardo and Marcia Osorio...Majoring in Business Administration.