Record number of Wolf Pack student-athletes set graduate at University Commencement ceremonies this week
65 Wolf Pack student-athletes to earn degrees
Wolf Pack and Broncos at noon in Las Vegas
MW Championships start Friday
3 p.m. at the Fertitta Tennis Complex on the UNLV campus
Allan and Andrada win final home matches at Caughlin Club
Senior Robert Allan
Nevada versus Boise State - MW Championship
Nevada vs. Utah State - MW Championship
Senior Day - Nevada vs. Utah State
Nevada versus Weber State
2015-16 (Sr.): Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) representative … Posted a 7-15 singles record, 5-13 in duals, 2-2 in tournament play and 1-4 in the MW … Played on courts four through six … Went 8-14 in doubles action, 6-11 on court one, 0-1 on court two, 2-4 in the MW and 2-2 at tournaments … Teamed with three different teammates in doubles play … Lettered for the second time … Lettered for the fourth time.
2014-15 (Jr.): Was 10-18 in singles play, 7-15 in duals, 3-3 in tournament action and 2-4 in Mountain West play … Saw action in spots three through six in singles play … Played doubles primarily with Moez Chargui and posted a 10-11 record in dual action … Was 3-7 at No. 1 doubles, 3-3 at No. 2 and 4-1 in the No. 3 spot … Team captain … Earned All-MW academic and MW Scholar Athlete honors … Lettered for the third time.
2013-14 (So.): Posted a 7-6 singles record, 4-4 in duals and 3-2 in tournament play … Was 1-1 at No. 5 singles and 3-3 at No. 6 in dual play … Teamed with Victor Ouvrard to go 21-5 in doubles action … Became Nevada’s first doubles team to play in the NCAA Championship earning the MW’s automatic bid and fell in the round of 32 … The 21 doubles wins set the school single season record … Duo was 16-3 in duals, 5-2 in tournaments and 2-1 in conference action … Playing No. 1 doubles, team was 11-3 and 5-0 at No. 2 doubles … Earned All-MW doubles honors … With Ouvrard set a then school record with 27 doubles wins … Earned second tennis letter.
2012-13 (Fr.): Posted a 12-8 dual record his freshman season and was 2-3 in conference play … Played singles in spots No. 3 through six … Went 5-5 in doubles action with partner Victor Ouvrard, and 3-1 in conference play … Received first tennis letter.
Prior to Nevada: Competed in tournaments all over the world … First International Tennis Federation (ITF) win came in 2010 at the age of 16, a Grade 4 in Gosford, New South Wales … Was ranked no. 400 in the world rankings for the ITF … Attended St. Mark's Anglican Community School in Perth, Australia, where he received his Western Australian Certificate of Education and his Australian Tertiary Admission Ranking (ATAR) where he easily reached his goal of a 70 ATAR, scoring a 78.95 … Began his tennis career in Perth at the age of three and then moved from Perth to Singapore, where he met his first private coach, Art Hobbs … While in Singapore his tennis career started, playing in his first tournament … After relocating back to Perth, he connected with coach Ashley Dyer at Next Step Tennis Academy, who has been his coach since he was 10 years of age.
Personal: Accounting major … Son of Sandra and Graeme Allan … Enjoys spending time with his friends and going to Lake Tahoe … Chose Nevada for its academics to earn an accounting degree … Career highlight was reaching the finals of the 2015 Mountain West Conference Championship and competing in the NCAA Championships his sophomore season in doubles … Sports heroes are Kelly Slater and Novak Djokovic.
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