Jayce Fitch
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Carlsbad, Calif.

High School:
La Costa Canyon HS '03

Height:
5-10

Major:
Undeclared

2005-06: Finished 13-9 in doubles, 5-17 in singles... Played 15 singles matches at No. 1... Won three straight matches in early spring, including 6-2, 6-4 victory over UC Irvine's Mustafa Ulukan in his first No. 1 appearance... Went 12-8 in doubles when teamed with Jordan Combs... Tandem won tight battles of 9-8 (vs. USF's Matthew Berry/Mitch Del Rosario) and 10-8 (vs. Loyola Marymount's Nico Terrien/Michael Chan) down final strech of spring season.

2004-05: Posted 6-12 singles record, including 4-7 at No. 1, 2-3 at No. 2 positions... Won five in a six-match stretch starting with 6-2, 6-3 victory over Sacramento State's Juniad Hossain, and ending with 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 battle against Nevada's Adam Jooste... Finished 6-5 in doubles, teaming up with Blake Roberts (5-2) and Bastian Bartels (1-3)... Roberts/Fitch tandem won its final four matches of the fall season, including back-to-back victories over two different Hawai'i teams.

2003-04: Finished with 11-14 singles mark, mostly at No. 1 (1-8)... Opened season with 6-3, 6-1 win over Sacramento State's Ramon Perez... Advanced to quarterfinals of ITA West Regional before falling 7-5, 6-4 to 3rd-seeded Emil Novak of UC San Diego... Went 5-5 in doubles, teamed with Robert Wong during fall season and Ross Barasch during spring... Fitch/Barasch advanced to semis of Ojai tourney to conclude season.

LA COSTA CANYON HS '03: Selected as Athlete of the Year by the North County Times as a senior... All-San Diego Section pick in 2002... Won Avocado League doubles title (with younger brother, Jeff) in 2003, singles banner in 2001... He and Jeff were named San Diego Section Co-Athletes of the Year in 2003... Lead team to conference championship as a senior... Made San Diego Union-Tribune All-Academic Team with a 4.15 GPA.

PERSONAL: Born in Carlsbad, Calif.... Majoring in exercise biology... Parents are Craig & Jackie Fitch... Mother, Janis Fitch, played tennis at San Diego State... Career highlight was winning the section doubles title... Would recommend just one change to his sport: "It's too quiet. We need more noise."