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Tim Mullane Biography
By: Arizona Athletics
Release: January 21, 2005
Photo Courtesy: Arizona Athletics
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Arizona 2003-2004: Had a 1-3 record, competing in two fall tournaments...Paired up with Zach Bromberg and Chris Gessner on two occasions to finish with a 1-3 record in doubles...Started the spring season with two straight victories, finished with a record of 4-5...Spent most of the spring paired up with Whi Kim, earning a 4-6 record, and also teamed up with Tim Mullane and Roger Matalonga to finish with an overall doubles record of 6-6, 3-4 Pac-10.

Arizona 2002-2003: Complied an overall record of 6-6... Started the season 2-0 by winning his matches in the Northern Arizona Invitational... Finished the fall 5-5... Paired with Danilo Zivanovic of New Mexico State, won the doubles title at the Northern Arizona Invitational over teammates Carl Hagman and Colin O’Grady, 8-5... Earned a 1-1 record in the spring with a victory over Francisco Lando of NAU, 3-6, 6-4, 6-4... Paired with Daniel Andrus in doubles, finished with a 3-0 record in the No. 3 position.

Arizona 2001-2002: Redshirted the season.

High School: Graduated in 2001 from Agoura High School in Agoura Hills, Calif... Lettered four years in tennis for coach Stu Limbert... Played No. 1 doubles freshman year and No. 1 singles sophomore through senior years... Earned first-team league honors in doubles as a freshman... Garnered second-team league honors in singles sophomore year and first-team honors junior and senior years... Earned first-team All-Ventura County honors senior year.

Personal: Timothy Jeremiah Mullane... Born June 10, 1983, in Westlake Village, Calif... Son of Jerry and Ann Mullane... Father graduated from Lehigh University... Father played football at Lehigh and was drafted by the New York Giants... Father is employed by Anheuser-Busch... Majoring in pre-business at the UA... Career objective is to go into sports business... Enjoys playing golf and basketball and spending time with friends.

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