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"Jeff is a very talented lefty with a big serve and a big forehand. He has teamed with Austin to become one of the best doubles tandems in the country and is outstanding in singles as well." - Texas A&M Head Coach Steve Denton

TEXAS A&M CAREER: Earned All-America honors as one of the nation's best doubles players in 2010 and has been ranked as high as No. 1 in the country in 2011 with his All-American partner Austin Krajicek ... the Aggie duo won the USTA/ITA National Indoor Championship in Flushing, New York in November of 2010 ... has played the majority of time at No. 1 doubles and No. 2 singles during his Aggie career.

TEXAS A&M (2009-10) Big 12 Newcomer of the Year in 2010 and earned Co-Big 12 Champion honors at the No. 2 line in singles ... All-Big 12 player in singles and doubles ... ranked as high as 23 on Feb. 18, 2010 polls in singles ... posted an overall 27-12 record and a 18-9 dual match record and a 4-2 mark last spring in league play ... won his only match at No. 1 singles against Nicholls State (1/23) and posted a 17-10 mark at No. 2 singles going 12-9 against ranked opponents ... advanced to the NCAA Championships in singles and beat Steven Forman in the round of 64 but lost in the round of 32 to Tim Puetz of Auburn ...beat Ed Corrie from Texas in straight sets in February when Corrie was ranked No. 9 in the country.

FLORIDA CAREER (2007-09)
Ranked No. 108 in singles and No. 22 in doubles with teammate Tyler Hochwalt in the preseason Campbell/ITA rankings prior to his sophomore campaign...Compiled a 33-15 career dual match record playing primarily at No. 4 singles for the Gators...Posted a 26-22 career dual match record in doubles including an impressive 8-3 mark against SEC opponents in 2008-09...Ranked No. 24 in the ITA doubles rankings with partner Greg Ouellette as the top doubles lineup as a freshman...The Florida duo were the top alternates for the NCAA Doubles Championship draw...Posted a 17-15 record in singles and went 16-20 in doubles play...Was 11-10 in dual action in singles and 9-16 in doubles...Defeated more ranked doubles teams than any other Gator tandem...Defeated No. 78 Clint Bowles of Florida State, 6-2, 3-6, 6-4, in his only appearance on the No. 3 singles line to help the Gators to a 5-2 victory over the Seminoles...Tabbed SEC Freshman of the Week on Feb. 12, 2008.

HIGH SCHOOL and JUNIOR CAREER
Rated the No. 4 overall prospect in the class of 2007 by the Tennis Recruiting Network...Played in the Junior U.S. Open...Finished in fifth-place at the USTA Boys 18's Championships in Kalamazoo...Advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2007 Easter Bowl Championships...Reached the round of 16 at the 2007 USTA International Spring Championships...Made a quarterfinal appearance at the 2006 Eddie Herr International Junior Tennis Championships...Reached the semifinals with four victories at the 2006 South Carolina ITF Tournament.

PERSONAL

Jeff W. Dadamo...Son of Jeff and Janice Dadamo...Born July 17, 1989 in Gainesville, Fla...Has one younger brother, Brenton (16)...Finance major in the prestigious Mays Business School at Texas A&M...His father, Jeff, played college tennis at Northern Illinois...His career aspiration is to run a securities company in the future.

DADAMO'S CAREER STATISTICS

SINGLES

Year

Overall

Dual

Tourn.

Conf.

#1

#2

#3

#4

#5

#6

2007-08 (Florida)

17-15

11-10

6-5

5-5

--

--

1-0

10-10

--

--

2008-09 (Florida)

29-11

22-5

7-6

10-1

--

--

--

1-0

7-3

14-2

2009-10
(Texas A&M)

27-12

18-9

9-3

4-2

1-0

16-8

0-2

--

--

--

Career Totals

73-38

51-24

21-14

19-8

1-0

16-8

1-2

11-10

7-3

14-2

DOUBLES

Year

Overall

Dual

Tourn.

Conf.

#1

#2

#3

2007-08 (Florida)

16-20

9-16

7-4

4-7

8-14

1-1

0-1

2008-09 (Florida)

22-12

17-6

5-6

8-3

--

17-5

0-1

2009-10
(Texas A&M)

19-9

19-9

--

4-2

19-9

--

--

Career Totals

57-41

45-31

12-10

16-12

27-23

18-6

0-2

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