Expected to play near top of Irish lineup again in 2003-04 and will serve as a tri-captain for second straight season ... strong forehand and speed among many talents of his game ... one of team's hardest workers and most physically-gifted players ... has improved his backhand ... fierce competitor needs to be more aggressive ... ranked 64th in preseason national singles rankings ... holds a 53-0 career mark when winning the first set.
AS A JUNIOR: Moved to top of singles lineup in 2002-03, leading team in victories at 21-14 overall, including 10-11 at No. 1 ... was ranked as high as 72nd in the nation in singles before finishing 102nd ... earned BIG EAST all-tournament honors in singles ... ranked 10th in final Midwest Region rankings ... posted seven victories over ranked foes ... won his first career match at No. 1, vs. Viktor Libal of Indiana ... fell to Mat Cloer of Florida State with match tied 3-3 ... in the same situation, outlasted Andy Formanczyk 6-4, 6-7 (5-7), 7-6 (7-2) in final match on-court to edge Michigan State 4-3 ... lost 7-6 (7-4), 6-7 (3-7), 7-5 to Tommy Hanus of Northwestern in 4-3 loss to Wildcats ... gained upset of #63 Thomas Haug of Minnesota when he retired at 3-3 in third set ... knocked off #55 Johan Brunstrom of SMU in a third-set tiebreaker ... won three-setters against Francis Huot in regular-season and BIG-EAST-semifinal wins over Virginia Tech ... posted 11-3 mark in fall play, reaching quarterfinals of Omni Hotels Midwest Championships ... improved to 22-2 overall and 14-0 in singles in his career in the Tom Fallon Invitational ... had three wins over top-75 opponents ... was 15-0 when winning the first set ... won eight of 10 three-set matches ... was 18-15 overall in doubles, including 9-12 at No. 2 ... teamed with Brian Farrell for most of spring ... the pair posted 9-8 record, including six straight wins during stretch in February and March ... won vs. North-western and Virginia Tech in last match on-court to clinch doubles point ... also posted victory vs. Hokies in BIG EAST semifinal, with match tied 3-3, setting up Irish victory ... had lone doubles win vs. #12 Minnesota ... teamed with Ben Hatten for three matches, falling in a tiebreaker to Calkins/Delic of Illinois, the No. 2 team in the nation ... played with Matthew Scott to open fall, winning first four matches together en route to a 5-2 mark ... paired with Nicolas Lopez-Acevedo to reach round of 16 in Midwest Championships ... played with Jake Cram for one win in William & Mary Homewood Suites Fall Tribe Classic ... earned Notre Dame Club of St. Joseph Valley Knute Rockne Student-Athlete Award for second consecutive season ... was named an ITA Scholar-Athlete for maintaining a 3.50+ GPA for the year and earning a monogram.
AS A SOPHOMORE: Was one of most consistent singles winners for Irish in '02, playing mostly at No. 4 ... posted 27-6 singles mark, including a 6-1 record at No. 3 and an 18-5 overall record in dual matches ... won 11 of his final 13 singles matches ... was 7-4 in doubles dual-match action, including 5-1 at No. 3 ... his .818 singles winning percentage was the sixth-highest in the Bayliss era ... won Notre Dame Club of St. Joseph Valley Knute Rockne Student-Athlete Award ... each of his five postseason singles matches were abandoned ... defeated #103 Alex Bose 6-3, 6-7, 6-4 at No. 4 to clinch Notre Dame's 4-3 win over #10 Duke ... also clinched William & Mary victory four days earlier with three-set win ... was a key in the 4-3 triumph over #7 Pepperdine, winning over Johan Berg ... provided clinching victory in 4-3 win against Ball State and also won in 4-3 triumph over Harvard ... dropped three-set decision to Lesley Joseph in the deciding match of Notre Dame's 4-2 loss to #1 Georgia ... put together six- and five-match winning streaks ... posted 15-1 singles mark at home ... in doubles action, was 4-1 with Brent D'Amico, including three clinching victories ... along with D'Amico, provided clinching doubles victories as the last match on-court in each of the first two rounds of the NCAA tournament, winning 9-8 (8-6) against Michigan and 9-7 vs. Purdue ... also clinched doubles point (with Matthew Scott) in 4-3 victory over Ball State ... was highest-ranked Irish player (83rd) heading into the spring after 9-1 fall season ... won first nine matches of fall, advancing to the Region IV round of 16 before falling to eventual All-American Amer Delic of Illinois 7-5, 7-6 (7-3) ... was seeded 19th in that tournament and upset 84th-ranked Jackie Jenkins of Northwestern ... knocked off #63 Damien Spizzo of USC at No. 3 to clinch 5-2 Irish victory in exhibition fall match against eventual national champions ... won all six singles matches in the Tom Fallon Invitational ... earned first career singles ranking at No. 100 in the preseason ... garnered No. 6 seed in doubles with Talarico at Region IV Championships and advanced to the round of 16 ... the pair was listed 30th in the preseason.
AS A FRESHMAN: Gave Irish immediate results to become major part of team's success in '00-01 ... finished 11-7 in dual singles matches ... posted dual-match victories against SMU, Washington, Miami, Fresno State, Kentucky and Ohio State ... beat Michigan's Danny McCain 6-4, 7-5 in only match at No. 2 singles ... was 22nd in final regional singles rankings ... made brilliant start to collegiate career with wins in first nine matches ... won three matches to reach quarterfinals at Region IV Singles Championship ... beat Baylor's 68th-ranked Mark Williams at Kentucky Invitational ... was 15-0 when winning the first set ... won 21 doubles matches in teaming with three partners ... played all fall and most of spring season with Casey Smith, posting 9-6 mark at No. 2 doubles and 1-0 at No. 1 doubles ... six of 10 dual-match wins clinched doubles point ... seven straight wins to open play highlighted 9-2 fall season ... was 10th in final regional doubles rankings ... beat Harvard at No. 3 doubles with Brian Farrell in NCAA first round.
IN NON-COLLEGIATE ACTION: Three-time member of Puerto Rican Davis Cup team ... won Puerto Rico national singles championship in 2001 after winning the national doubles title in 2000 ... lost in singles and doubles final in 2002 tournament, playing with Nicolas Lopez-Acevedo in doubles and losing to Gabriel Montilla in three sets in the singles final ... reached final of 2000 national singles championship, before fall- ing 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 to Montilla ... joined Davis Cup team in '98 at age of 16 and played No. 3 singles and No. 2 doubles ... played No. 2 for Puerto Rico in '99, going 5-1 in helping Puerto Rico advance from Group 4 into Group 3 in Davis Cup competition in Jamaica ... also competed in Davis Cup in 2002 ... captured title in a Puerto Rican tournament in 2002, defeating the #2 player from the Dominican Republic in the semifinals and the top-ranked player in USTA men's open division in Florida ... competed in a pair of futures qualifying events in summer of 2002 ... beat Illinois' Amer Delic en route to reaching third round of singles qualifying at Decatur, Ill., futures event in 2001.
HIGH SCHOOL AND PERSONAL DATA: Was referred to as Haddock-Morales prior to 2002-03 ... was among top 20 in USTA Boys' 18s national rankings ... went undefeated in high school and was four-time MVP at Notre Dame High School ... named 2001 Olympic Athlete of the Year for Tennis by the U.S. Olympic Committee for Puerto Rico ... led team to two semifinals and one final in high school championships ... member of National Honor Society ... born Feb. 17, 1982, in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico ... carries 3.465 cumulative GPA, earning Dean's List mention on five occasions ... a member of Notre Dame's Academic Honors Program for Student-Athletes ... enrolled in the College of Arts and Letters as a pre-professional studies/economics major.
Luis Haddock's Career Record