Images of the Irish during another successful campaign.
AS A JUNIOR: Recorded a 12-9 singles mark (10-9 at No. 4) and an 11-9 doubles record during the spring season ... knocked off No. 70 Johnny Grimal of Memphis (7-5, 6-1), No. 97 Juan Pablo Murra of Kentucky (6-3, 5-7, 7-6, (7-2) and No. 118 Ross Guignon of Illinois (2-6, 7-6, (9-7), 6-1) ... partnered with Alex Lawson, beating No. 39 Jason Tahir and Michael Redlicki of Duke (8-5) and No. 59 Oliver Pramming and I. Gonalez-Muniz of South Florida (9-7) ... named BIG EAST Player of the Week twice ... named to the all-BIG EAST team in the spring ... recorded a 7-4 singles mark and a 6-3 doubles record during the fall season ... won six singles contests in straight sets ... went 2-1 in singles at the OFCC Invitational to open the season ... also went 2-1 at the Tom Fallon and Tribe Invitationals ... biggest win of fall came over No. 53 Vlad Stefan of Michigan (7-6, 6-2) at the Tom Fallon Invitational ... teamed with Alex Lawson throughout fall, winning four straight matches at the Tribe Invitational to close out the fall campaign ... earned a Monogram.
AS A SOPHOMORE:Turned in a 17-16 record in singles and a 21-9 record in doubles during the year ... went 11-10 during the spring season in singles, competing primarily at No. 4 singles ... teamed with senior Sam Keeton almost exclusively at No. 3 doubles in the spring, going 13-7 ... best singles win came at home against No. 2 Ohio State as he defeated then-No. 44 Devin McCarthy at four singles, 4-6, 6-3, 1-0 (10-7) ... won seven singles matches from Feb. 26 to April 7 ... won six matches in straight sets ... went 2-2 on the year against ranked singles competition ... teamed with Keeton to help the Irish beat the Buckeyes in doubles as the duo topped Peter Kobelt and Connor Smith, 8-6 ... went 6-2 in doubles during the fall, highlighted by a round of 16 appearance at the Midwest Doubles Championships ... ended fall season by winning six out of final nine singles contests ... earned a Monogram.
AS A FRESHMAN:Competed only during the fall season in his first campaign with the Irish ... named member of BIG EAST Academic All-Star team ... posted a record of 10-2 in singles competition while going 6-4 in doubles play ... went 2-1 at the season opening Fighting Illini Invitational in singles before going 3-0 at the 2010 Chowder Fest, 1-1 at the Midwest Regionals and 4-0 at the Tribe Invitational ... went 1-0 with Tyler Davis in doubles, while also going 1-0 with Casey Watt, 2-1 with Greg Andrews, 0-1 with Matt Dooley and 2-2 with Stephen Havens ... ended the season with two consecutive victories alongside Havens, knocking off College of Charleston's Lukas Koncilia and Kyle Parker (8-5) and William and Mary's Adrian Vodislay and John Banks (8-5) ... earned a Monogram.
HIGH SCHOOL & PERSONAL DATA:Named the MVP of his 2010 5A state championship team Chaparral (Ariz.) ... earned All-America honors as a senior ... top-ranked player from Arizona and ranked No. 1 in the USTA Southwest Section his senior year ... 2010 Arizona junior singles champion and winner of four Southwest Section doubles tournaments with his brother Thomas ... voted the 2010 USTA Southwest Section Junior Male Tennis Player of the Year ... posted an overall record of 75-15 (44-4 in singles including a 27-12 record against Blue Chip and five-star players) ... captured the singles title and finished second in doubles at the 2010 USTA National Open held in Surprise, Arizona ... won a silver ball in singles at the 2009 Winter National Championships ... singles and doubles champion at the 2009 Mike Agassi No Quit tournament in Las Vegas ... finalist at the 2010 U.S. Open men's qualifier tournament held in Surprise, Arizona ... received the 2008 Winter National Championships Sportsmanship Award ... achieved a No. 5 national singles ranking for the 18-and-under division and a No. 6 ranking by tennisrecruiting.net ... born in Houston, Texas ... son of Bill and Susan Pecor ... has a younger brother, Thomas ... enrolled in the College of Engineering as a civil engineering major.