Greg Byrne's Wildcat Wednesday
Geoff Embry
Height: 6'0"
Weight: 150
Year: Senior
Hometown: Phoenix, Ariz.
High School: Mountain Pointe HS

2009-10: Competed primarily in the No. 5 position in single's competition where he compiled a 4-10 record and was 3-2 when playing in position No. 4. Embry competed in the championship singles flight at the Pac-10 championships, but fell to Washington's Kyle McMorrow 6-1, 6-3. Embry finished with a 7-13 overall single's record. In doubles, Embry was paired primarily with Ravid Hazi and together they compiled a 6-9 record in the No. 2 position. During the week of March 5, the duo entered the doubles rankings at No. 51 and held that spot through March 15. Along with pairing with Hazi in doubles, Embry also teamed with Pat Metham (2-1) and Jason Zafiros (2-2). The junior competed in the championship doubles flight at the Pac-10 championships with Pat Metham. The duo defeated Oregon's Alex Cornelissen and Marco Versadco 8-4 in the first round, but fell to USC's Robert Farah and Steve Johnson; the tournament's overall No. 1 doubles seed, 8-4, in the second round. He teamed with Pat Metham in the No. 1 position in the NCAA tournament and together defeated Minnesota's Tobias Wernet and Julian Dehn 8-3. In the fall, Embry held a 5-3 record while competing in three events and won the second flight of the singles championships at the Rebel Classic in Las Vegas, Nev.

2008-09: Sat out season because he transferred from Oregon.

2007-08: Posted a 9-12 mark in spring singles action, including a 1-6 record in the Pac-10 ... From Feb. 24 - Mar. 28, put together an eight-match winning streak, the longest of any Oregon player during the season ... Played the majority of his matches at the No. 4 (2-6) and No. 5 (5-1) spots of the lineup ... Finished the year with a 13-10 record in double action ... Partnered with Romeo Mortera (6-4), Marcos Verdasco (5-3) and Stephen Wiechert (2-2) ... Recorded a winning mark of 4-3 in Pac-10 play as he and Mortera won their last four dual matches, registering victories against Arizona, California, Stanford and Washington ... Fall: Finished the fall with a 3-3 singles record and 2-2 record in doubles play with Romeo Mortera ... His fall was highlighted by his run to the quarterfinals of the Wilson/ITA Northwest Regionals (Seattle, Wash.) before falling 6-2, 7-6 to Sacramento State's Kiryl Harbatsiuk ... During that run, Embry defeated two singles opponents in two sets, before advancing to the quarters with a three-set (3-6, 7-5, 6-3) come-from-behind win over Washington's Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan.

2006-07: Finished with a record of 14-8 in the spring, competing at the No. 3 (0-1), No.4 (3-3), No. 5 (7-3) and No. 6 (4-1) singles positions... In the Pac-10, finished with a 3-5 singles record ... Totaled an 8-15 record in double competition, playing mostly with Alex Cornelissen (8-12) ... The duo finished 7-10 in the No. 1 spot and 1-2 at No. 2 .... Also teamed with Romeo Mortera (0-3), in the No. 3 spot ... Finished 1-7 in conference doubles action. Fall: Compiled a 5-4 singles record including advancing to the round of 16 at the Duck Invitational ... Finished the fall season strong, winning three out of his last four matches.

High School: A 2006 graduate of Mountain Point High School in Ahwatukee, Ariz. ... Played four seasons for head coach Dan Ray ... Capped off a 23-1 senior season by winning the state Class 5A Division I singles championship ... Named the 2006 high school player of the year in Arizona by the Arizona Central ... An all-state selection all four years of his high school career, was also a four-year all-conference selection .... As a junior received All-American honors ... Compiled a 60-2 singles record his junior and senior seasons ... With partner Will Guzick, won the Winter Super Nationals boys U-18 doubles championship ... In 2005, finished second in the state, with his only two losses coming at the hands of the eventual state champion ... Was also the state doubles runner-up during his sophomore season.