Alex Lineberry
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    Alex Lineberry

    Class:
    Graduated

    Hometown:
    Cornville, AZ

    High School:
    Mingus Union

    Height / Weight:
    5-9 / 160

    Major:
    Physics

    2012-13 (Junior)
    Played six singles and four doubles matches ... posted a 3-3 singles record in the fall ... all three wins coming at the UNM Balloon Fiesta Classic en route to winning the "white" singles flight ... rallied to defeat Yannick Blank of New Mexico State, 2-6, 6-3, 6-2 in the final.

    2011-12 (Sophomore)
    Won eight singles and three doubles matches ... captured two matches at the No. 3 singles position and three at the No. 5 spot ... won two doubles matches with Stephen Katrien.

    2010-11 (Freshman)
    Played 16 overall singles matches, including six dual singles matches ... posted a 3-0 record at the No. 5 spot ... played seven doubles matches, all during the fall tournament season.

    Before Air Force
    Ranked #6 in Southwest Section USTA, Boy's 18s ... highest 2010 tennisrecruiting.net National Ranking was #186 ... advanced to quarterfinals of 2010 Copper Bowl, Boy's 18s ... advanced to quarterfinals of 2009 National Open in Denver, Boy's 18s ... won two rounds (one main, one consolation) at National Clay Courts in 2009 ... three-year letterwinner in tennis ... three-time team MVP ... Arizona High School State doubles champion as a junior and singles runner-up as a sophomore ... placed third at the state tournament in doubles as a senior ... team captain his senior season ... high school tennis coach was Jeff Knight.

    Personal
    Parents are Larry Lineberry and Dr. Deborah Pardee ... worked the Expeditionary Skills and Evasion Training (ESET) this past summer ... also had SEAL Officer Selection training ... active in his squadron as a safety officer ... member of athletic's list ... hobbies include playing the guitar and ping-pong ... favorite food is Chinese food ... favorite movie is Batman 3 ... favorite TV show is American Dad ... greatest moment in sports was achieving the No. 1 ranking in his USTA section ... credits his father with the biggest influence on his sports career ... member of cadet squadron 20.

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