Andrew Poustie
Andrew  Poustie

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Melbourne, Australia

High School:
Carey Grammar School

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 165

Experience:
3L


11/01/2015

Nevada concluded its fall schedule on Sunday at the Pacific Invitational

Cilic and Poustie win A consolation doubles

10/31/2015

Nevada concludes day two play at Pacific Invitational

Breust to play for C singles title

10/31/2015

Poustie and Allan reach semifinals at Pacific Invitational

Doubles team of Andrada and Breust in semfinals

10/04/2015

Andrada falls in three sets in final

First weekend under first-year head coach Sylvan Malroux

10/03/2015

Andrada reaches finals at UCD Invitational

Cilic in B doubles final with UCD teammate

01/19/2016

Senior Andrew Poustie

Senior Andrew Poustie

04/26/2015

Nevada versus Boise State - MW Championship

Nevada versus Boise State - MW Championship

04/25/2015

Nevada versus San Diego State - MW Championship

Nevada versus San Diego State - MW Championship

04/23/2015

Nevada vs. Utah State - MW Championship

Nevada vs. Utah State - MW Championship

04/12/2015

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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