Kyle Trinosky

Albuquerque, N.M.

High School:
Albuquerque Academy HS '00


Managerial Economics

2002-03: Finished 2-18 in singles, 10-10 in doubles (10-8 with Ross Barasch)... Trinosky/Barasch won both NCAA West Regional matches, beating Jarrod Dryer/Staffan Moritz of Hawaii-Hilo in first round, then Wen-Lung Chang/Leon So'onalole of BYU-Hawaii in regional final.

2001-02: Posted 2-1 singles mark, with only spring action being a 7-5, 6-4 win over Aaron Coyle of Azusa Pacific... Beat Jorge Garcia of Cal State L.A. in Rolex regional first round before losing to top-seeded Jan Krejci of BYU-Hawaii... Went 2-2 in doubles, including 1-1 with Greg Ford in the Rolex regional.

2000-01: Went 2-1 in singles play on season, all three matches coming in "C" flight of UOP Invitational... Went 1-4 in doubles, 1-3 with Creighton Macy and 0-1 with Brandon Kelsey.... Lone victory came with Macy in 9-8 win over USF's Dizon/Munson.

ALBUQUERQUE ACADEMY HS '00: Led team to three state title match appearances, capturing championships in 1998 and 2000... Captured two New Mexico doubles championships in final two years, losing only one match in that span... Posted streak of 40 straight doubles wins... Went undefeated in singles as a senior... Ranked No.3 in USTA/Southwest Open doubles division in 2000.

PERSONAL: Born March 23, 1982 in Albuquerque, N.M.... Managerial economics major... Parents are Donald & Shelley Trinoksky... If not for tennis, would like to play golf at UC Davis... Career sports highlight was winning state title in high school.