AS A FRESHMAN: Saw limited action for the Irish ... finished the season with an 8-3 overall record in singles, including 1-0 in dual action ... went 5-1 against Midwest Region opponents in singles ... went 2-0 in three-set matches and 1-0 in tie-breakers ... upended Keith Moran of Toledo at No. 6 singles for his only dual-match triumph of the year ... captured all three matches at the Wolverine Invitational ... struggled in doubles, posting a 1-6 overall record ... went 0-3 with Irackli Akhvlediani, 0-3 withAndrew Roth and 1- 0 with Santiago Montoya.
HIGH SCHOOL & PERSONAL DATA: Four-year letterwinner at Long Beach H.S. ... also earned three letters in cross country and swimming ... named team most valuable player all four years in high school ... finished 2004 ranked 24th in the United States Tennis Association's (USTA) boys 16-and-under national rankings in singles, as well as 22nd in doubles (first in the Eastern Section) ... fifth-ranked player from the state of New York ... peaked at #35 in the national recruiting rankings (ninth among players in the Eastern Section) ... in doubles, he was sixth in the Eastern Section and 167th nationally ... took sixth in the 2005 Winter Nationals ... born Aug. 31, 1988, in Long Beach,N.Y. ... son of Jerry and Margie Corrigan ... has two brothers,Timmy and Chris, and a sister Maggie ... a Finance and History double major.