Arizona 2003-2004: Finished second on the team, for most wins, with an overall record of 19-14... Completed the fall singles competition with a 6-4 record... Reached the quarterfinals of the Racquet Club Collegiate Invitational by defeating Brett Joelson of Texas A&M in the third round... While paired with partner Carl Hagman, finished the fall with a doubles record of 1-1... Finished with a 13-10 record in dual match competition... In doubles play, paired up with partner Roger Matalonga, and finished 18-11...The Pair won their first eight matches before losing to Stanford’s K.C. Corkery and James Pade, 8-3...Finished the year with the No. 24 doubles ranking after advancing to the Round of 16 in the NCAA Championships.
Arizona 2002-2003: Finished in a tie for the most wins with an overall record of 19-16... Completed the fall singles competition with a 10-4 record... Posted a five-match winning streak that stretched over two tournaments... During the streak, went into the third set only twice and lost just three games in the third set... Earned four wins over Pac-10 opponents in the fall, including a win over Chris Stewart of Arizona State, 6-3, 6-4, and a win over Jeff Karzarian of USC, 7-5, 4-6, 6-4... Reached the quarterfinals of the Omni Hotel Southern California Region VIII Fall Championships by defeating Karzarian in the third round... While paired with partner Carl Hagman, finished the fall with a record of 6-3, including a second-place finish at the Northern Arizona Invitational... Started the spring winning six straight matches in the No. 3 and No. 4 positions, finishing 9-12 in dual match competition... Clinched the match-winning point in five of the first six matches... In doubles play, with partner Roger Matalonga, finished 13-7, winning their first eight matches before losing to Stanford’s No. 15-ranked team of Martin and Lipsky, 8-2.
Arizona 2001-2002: Finished the singles year with an overall record of 9-9... Competed in the No. 5 and No. 6 positions... In fall play, compiled an overall record of 5-3, winning his first three matches at the collegiate level at the USD All Collegiate Invitational... Played at the No. 3 doubles position with several different partners and finished with an overall record of 7-15... Paired with partner Tom Lloyd, won two matches to win the invitational doubles championship of the Pac-10 Championships over Praskash Amritraj and Daniel Langre of USC.
High School:Graduated in 2001 from McClintock High School, in Tempe, Ariz... Lettered four years in tennis for coach Alan Veeh... Singles state champion... Four-year all-city selection... 2001 Tennis Player of the Year... Two-time singles state runner-up.
Personal: Colin Pearse O’Grady... Born March 28, 1983, in Phoenix, Ariz... Son of Ingrid and Pearse O’Grady... Both parents graduated from the University of Arizona and his mother played tennis for Arizona... Has four brothers - Kevin, Brian, Thad and Sean - who all play tennis... Academic major is pre-business.