Andrew Poustie
Andrew  Poustie


Melbourne, Australia

High School:
Carey Grammar School

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 165



Nevada falls 4-1 to #59 Boise State at Mountain West Championships

Andrada and Poustie both end careers ranked in top 10 at Nevada in career singles


Pack faces #59 Boise State in first round of Mountain West Championships Friday

Wolf Pack and Broncos at noon in Las Vegas


Nevada to play Air Force Wednesday prior to start of MW Championships

3 p.m. at the Fertitta Tennis Complex on the UNLV campus


Margitfalvi clinches Senior Day victory over Fresno State

Allan and Andrada win final home matches at Caughlin Club


Nevada at Air Force men's tennis match canceled

Host Fresno State Saturday for Senior Day


Senior Andrew Poustie

Senior Andrew Poustie


Nevada versus Boise State - MW Championship

Nevada versus Boise State - MW Championship


Nevada versus San Diego State - MW Championship

Nevada versus San Diego State - MW Championship


Nevada vs. Utah State - MW Championship

Nevada vs. Utah State - MW Championship


Senior Day - Nevada vs. Utah State

Senior Day - Nevada vs. Utah State

2015-16 (Sr.-Fall):  Competing in two fall tournaments was 6-2 in singles play  … Six singles wins tied Mile Cilic for tops on the team  …  Career mark of 55-35 in three seasons at Nevada  …  Playing with two partners was 2-3 in doubles action  …  Along with Fernando Sunago holds the career doubles record with 38 victories  …  One of four Pack seniors.

2014-15 (Jr.): For the second year in a row won 19 matches and was 19-14 on the season  …  Went 12-11 in duals, 7-3 in tournaments and 1-2 in MW play  …  Played primarily #2 singles but did see time at #1 and #3  …  The 19 wins was tied with Moez Chargui for second on the team  …  Was 17-10 in doubles play with teammate Fernando Sunago …  Team went 6-3 at #1 doubles and 2-4 on court 2 … The duo set the school record for career doubles wins with 38 victories and they were 38-26 in three seasons on the court together  …  Overall he was 19-12 in doubles play  …  The 19 doubles wins led the team  …  Earned All-MW academic honors  …  Earned third letter.

2013-14 (So.): Went 19-10 his second year in the program  …  The 19 wins was tied for third most on the team  …  Posted a 13-7 record in duals, 6-3 in tournament play and 1-2 in MW action …  Saw action at #2, #3 and #4 singles spots  …  Teamed with Fernando Sunago to go 12-12 in doubles action on the #3 court  …  Team was 10-9 in duals, 2-3 in tournaments and 1-2 in the MW …  Lettered for the second time.

2012-13 (Fr):  Earned All-Mountain West doubles honors teaming with Fernando Sunago to post a 9-4 overall record and 5-1 mark in conference play  …   In singles play was 17-11, 11-6 in duals, 6-5 in tournaments and 4-2 in MW play  …  The 17 wins was second most on the team  …  Played in ever singles spot except #1  …  Earned first letter

Prior to Nevada: Attended Carey Baptist Grammas in Melbourne and graduated in 2011  …  Lettered four years for coach Paul Gaff  …  Team MVP in 2011  …  Insignia 2006-11 and Colours 2010-11  …  Won APS competition in 2010  … Played for Royal South Yarra Lawn Tennis Club for eight years and coach Andrew Maclean  …  Youngest ever club champion in 2010 in men’s open singles  …  Won Grade 1 pennant competition in 2010.  

Personal: Civil engineering major  …  Son of Chris and Liza Poustie  …  In his free time likes to read, watch movies, listen to music and watch other sports including cricket  …  Picked Nevada for its location, climate and diversity  ….  Chose the Pack over Iowa and LMU  …  Career highlight was reaching the 2015 MW Championship  …  Sports hero is Lleyton Hewitt  … On the Nevada Dean’s list in the fall of 2013.
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