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     Jaime Pulgar
    Jaime Pulgar

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Madrid, Spain

    High School:
    Giner de los Rios

    Height / Weight:
    6-0 / 155


    05/23/2012

    Pulgar Ends Accomplished Career With Loss at NCAAs

    The three-time All-ACC selection fell in straight sets to Dennis Nevolo of Illinois on Wednesday in Athens, Ga. He ends his season with a 20-6 record and finished in the top seven in career singles wins and fourth in career doubles wins.

    05/22/2012

    Pulgar Competes at NCAA Championships

    Senior Jaime Pulgar, a three-time All-ACC selection, begins competition in the 64-player NCAA Men's Tennis Singles draw on Wednesday at noon.

    05/11/2012

    Men's Tennis Falls in NCAA Championships

    After winning the doubles point, the No. 38 Wolfpack loses four singles matches to No. 28 Washington. The Pack ends with a 20-10 overall record.

    05/11/2012

    Pulgar Putting Finishing Touches on All-Star Career

    Senior Jaime Pulgar has gone from unranked to No. 33 in the nation during his senior season. The three-time All-ACC selection leads the Wolfpack into the NCAA Championships today at 2 p.m.

    05/10/2012

    No. 39 Men's Tennis Faces Washington in NCAA Championships

    The first meeting between the Wolfpack and the No. 26 Huskies will be at Pepperdine's Ralphs-Straus Tennis Center in Malibu, Calif., at 2 p.m. (EDT) on Friday. It's the fifth NCAA appearance in NC State history.

    04/15/2012

    Men's Tennis vs. Clemson (4/15/12)

    Men's Tennis vs. Clemson (4/15/12)

    2011 Fall Results

    • Did not compete in any fall college tournaments.
    • Spent summer and fall playing on the ITF Futures Tour in Spain, Kuwait and India, going 9-19 in singles competition and 28-13 in doubles.
    • Twice advanced to the quarterfinals in singles play.
    • Won four doubles tournaments, partnering with Ivan Arenas-Gualda in three wins and Federico Zaballdos in the other.
    • Advanced to the doubles finals in two other tournaments.
    • Ranked No. 880 in singles and No. 478 in doubles in the ITF World Rankings.

    2010-11 Results

    • Played in the No. 1 and No. 2 positions during the spring season and earned All-ACC honors for second consecutive season.
    • Compiled a winning record of 10-8 in singles.
    • Five of his losses came at the hands of ranked opponents.
    • Defeated No. 113 Tripper Carleton of Wake Forest, No 50 Luka Somen of Virginia Tech and No. 109 Maros Horny of Maryland.
    • Teamed up with Dave Thomson in doubles, building a 9-7 record on the season.
    • Went 7-3 in singles during the fall.

    2009-10 Results

    • Earned All-ACC honors.
    • Ranked No. 67 in singles by the ITA.
    • Dominated No. 122 Akash Muppidi of Boston College and No. 38 Yoann Re of No. 23 Virginia Tech in straight sets.
    • Beat No. 110 Carl Sundberg of No. 51 Miami.
    • Upset No. 5 Guillermo Gomez of No. 29 Georgia Tech, 6-4, 6-4.
    • Beat Carlos Alvarez of No. 33 Clemson in straight sets.
    • Defeated No. 109 Kenziel Juneau of No. 53 William & Mary.
    • Upset No. 48 Diego Cubas of No. 45 South Carolina in straight sets.
    • Beat No. 50 Jason Jung of No. 33 Michigan, 6-4, 6-3.
    • Defeated No. 57 Crowley/Nieto of No. 51 Miami and No. 63 Michel/Wietoska of No. 27 Duke with Dave Thomson.
    • Accumulated a 14-9 doubles record in spring.
    • Finished the fall at 6-2 in singles and 0-4 in doubles play.
    • Named to the ACC Honor Roll.

    2008-09 Results

    • Named the Mideast Region ITA Rookie Player of the Year.
    • Went 18-5 with doubles partner Jay Weinacker, and was ranked No. 38 earlier in the season.
    • The duo is only the second pair in Pack history to reach the 18 win mark.
    • Won two straight matches in the ACC tournament, taking down both Kevin King (then-No.43 Georgia Tech) and Christian Blocker (then-No. 25 Miami), in straight sets.
    • Beat David Simon of then No. 31 Miami in straight sets.
    • Took down Vahid Mirzadeh (No. 16 Florida State) at the No. 4 singles spot.
    • Defeated Nickolai Nielsen (No. 69 Maryland) in straight sets at No. 3 to help the Pack sweep the Terrapins.
    • Took down Andrew Crone at No. 3 singles to help the Pack defeat then-No. 29 North Carolina.
    • Won four straight singles matches to start the season.
    • Defeated Mike Sroczynski of No. 14 Michigan to help the Pack to a win over its highest-ranked opponent since then-No. 11 Texas in the 2007 NCAA tournament.
    • Went 3-4 in fall singles and 3-4 in doubles.

    High School Career

    • In 2008 was ranked 83rd nationally in Spain in senior division singles competition.
    • Won more than 25 tournaments in his under-18 career.
    • Was also ranked sixth nationally in 2007 for under-18 competition.
    • In 2007 was a finalist for the Madrid junior championship in doubles with C.T. Coslada.
    • Also competed in the championship in 2006.
    • Won the tournament of El Espinar Under 16 in 2005.
    • Also a quarterfinalist in the Spanish championship under-16 in 2005.
    • Was ranked fourth nationally in the under-16 category in 2005 in singles play.

    Personal

    • Majoring in business administration.

    Career Stats

    Singles

    ACC

    Fall

    Spring

    Total

    2011-12

    --

    DNP

    --

    --

    2010-11

    3-4

    7-3

    10-8

    17-11

    2009-10

    6-5

    6-2

    14-9

    20-11

    2008-09

    5-6

    3-4

    15-9

    18-13

    Overall

    14-15

    16-9

    39-26

    55-35

    Doubles

    ACC

    Fall

    Spring

    Total

    2011-12

    --

    DNP

    --

    --

    2010-11

    2-5

    0-1

    9-7

    9-8

    2009-10

    6-5

    0-4

    14-9

    14-13

    2008-09

    7-4

    3-4

    18-6

    21-10

    Overall

    15-14

    3-9

    41-22

    44-31

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