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Men's Tennis vs. Saint Joseph's University 1/24/2009
Men's Tennis vs. N.C. State 9/14/2008
M Tennis v Michigan State
2008-09 Season (Sophomore):Went 11-10 in spring singles action...Finished the spring season 15-8 in doubles action, teaming up primarily with Ryan Gormley...After a tough three-set loss to open the fall campaign, Bourchier went on to win three of his next four matches...Defeated Princeton's Alex Vuckovic (6-3, 6-1) and N.C. State's Rob Lowe (6-1, 6-2) at the PSU Fall Classic...Advanced to the round of 32 at the Wilson ITA Northeast Regionals as he defeated UMBC's Nick Savage in straight-sets (6-4, 6-4)...Finished the spring season ranked No. 28 in the ITA Northeast Regional rankings...Opened up the spring season winning his first two matches vs. St. Bonaventure's Leo Mochizuki (6-2, 6-4) and Saint Joseph's Phil Bayliss (6-2, 6-2) on Jan. 24...Went on to win four of his next five matches from Feb. 23 to March 16...Defeated Roberto Cabrini (6-3, 6-4) in Penn State's Big Ten opener vs. Purdue... Beat No. 74 Maryland's Boris Fetbroyt in straight-sets (6-4, 6-2)...Gave the Lions a 3-1 lead over No. 49 William & Mary on March 16 as he defeated Dominic Pagon (6-2, 6-4)...Earned two-straight victories over Big Ten opponents, defeating No. 28 Minnesota's Julian Dehn (6-2, 7-6 (7-4)) and No. 52 Iowa's Will Vasos (6-4, 7-6 (7-4))...Earned a point for the Lions on April 6 as he downed Michigan State's Austin Brooks in straight-sets (7-5, 6-0)...Gave the Lions a 2-0 lead over Bucknell on April 15, defeating Jonathan Brenner (6-2, 6-0)...Earned his final victory of the spring season over No. 30 Wisconsin's Peter Marrack (6-2, 6-1)...Teamed up with Brendan Lynch, Jamie Cox and Jason Lee in fall doubles action...Notched three doubles victories with Lee in the fall, all coming at the Wilson ITA Northeast Regionals in New Haven,Conn....Bourchier and Lee earned the three victories in the tournament to advance to the quarterfinals...Teamed up with Ryan Gormley in spring doubles competition...The pairing tied for a team-high 14 doubles victories...Won three of their first four doubles matches of the spring season...Earned back-to-back victories over Mikhail Sudakov and Enric Larregola (8-3) of St. Bonaventure and Jeff Kessler and Patrick Cognetti of Saint Joseph's (8-4)...Earned a key doubles victory over No. 21 Oklahoma State's Igor Sabolta and Anton Bobytskyi (8-4)...Clinched the doubles point for the Lions on Feb. 7 vs. Virginia Tech with a victory over the 45th-ranked doubles pairing of Sebastien Jacques and Yoann Re (8-6)...Picked up two victories over Cornell's Jeremy Feldman and Andy Gautheir (8-5) and Lehigh's Troy List and Collin Laffey (8-3)...Clinched the doubles point vs. Purdue, defeating Branko Kuzmanovic and P.J. Rose (8-3)...Earned a doubles point while teaming up with Benji Kendall on March 8 in Maryland, defeating Alex Aksanov and Mathia Sarrazin (8-0)...Clinched the doubles point with Gormley on March 16 at No. 49 William & Mary as they downed Ilja Orre and Varun Pandit...Earned the lone doubles victory for Penn State at No. 47 Michigan on April 4, beating Peter Aarts and Mike Sroczynski (8-6)...Went on to win five doubles matches in a row from April 11-17, three of them being Big Ten opponents...Earned a victory over No. 11 Illinois' Waylon Chin and Brian Livingston (8-4)...Defeated No. 53 Indiana's Will Kendall and Maxime Armengaud (8-1) to clinch the doubles point for the Lions...Earned two victories over Bucknell's Jonathan Brenner and Mark Malloy (8-1) and Bloomsburg's Lee Wexler and Mark Schroeder (8-6)...Gave the Lions an edge early in the match with No. 30 Wisconsin, downing Patrick Pohlmann and Luke Rassow-Kantor (8-2)
2007-08 Season (Freshman): Went 22-14 on the season, including 12-10 in duals...Finished the spring season 15-8 in doubles teaming up primarily with Adam Slagter and James Dwyer...Kicked off a solid freshman campaign by winning his first three match-ups in the fall...Defeated Andrew Brasseaux of Wake Forest (6-4, 6-4) and George Carpeni of Princeton (6-3, 6-3) to advance to the white flight final of the University of Virginia Fall Classic...Lost a tough match to teammate Brendan Lynch in the final of that event (4-6, 2-6)...Went on to win five consecutive matches...Contributed mightily to helping the Nittany Lions win the ECAC Championships with wins over Curtis Roby of Dartmouth (6-0, 6-2), Alexander Ermakov of Harvard (6-2, 1-6, 6-2) and Ryan Kim of Princeton (6-2, 1-6, 6-3)...Advanced to the round of 16 at the ITA Northeast Regional Championships by defeating Ivan Rummel of Stony Brook (3-6, 6-2, 6-3) and Ira Reibeisen of Bucknell (6-1, 6-2)...Downed Griff Nienberg of Purdue (6-3, 3-6, 1-0 (10-8)) and Christian Bierich of Iowa (3-6, 6-3, 1-0 (10-8)) at the Big Ten Indoor Championships...Posted a 10-4 fall singles record...Finished 5-2 in fall doubles action teaming up with James Dwyer...After a tough start to the spring season, he came out with a critical victory over Joshua Goldstein of Cornell (7-6 (7-3), 6-3)...Cranked out three straight victories over three worthy opponents in Alexander Thams of No. 68 Northwestern (6-4, 3-6, 7-5), Daniel Buikema of No. 21 Alabama (6-4, 2-6, 6-4) and Pitor Dilaj of No. 35 Boise State (6-3, 2-6, 6-1)...Later in the season, strung together seven consecutive victories, most of which were over Big Ten foes...Defeated Tommy McGeorge of No. 46 Iowa (6-4, 6-1)...Earned another critical victory over Marc Spicijaric of No. 17 Illinois (6-4, 6-3)...Ended the spring season on a positive note by pounding out a victory over Adam Monich of No. 73 Michigan State (6-7 (6-8), 6-4, 1-0 (10-7))...Bourchier and Slagter earned a nice victory over Brett Helgeson and Sheeva Parbhu of No. 9 Notre Dame (8-5)...ITA Northeast Region Rookie of the Year.
Junior Career: Ranked as high as No. 1 in juniors in Tasmania in under 16s and 18s...Ranked as high as No. 50 nationally in the Open Men's classification in Australia...Ranked No. 102 in the world for ITF juniors...Played in the Australian Open juniors in 2006 and won first round match against Shuhei Uzawa of Japan, who was ranked 39th in the world at the time.