Men's Tennis

Scott Lieberman - blank

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Riverwoods, Ill.

High School:
Deerfield

Height:
6-0

Birthdate:
09/01/1987

Scott Lieberman

2009-10 (Senior): Graduated with degree in engineering science and minor in engineering management ... Named to SEC Men's Tennis Community Service team ... Named Mr. Commodore at the Black and Gold Banquet ... SEC Academic Honor Roll ... ITA Scholar Athlete ... Finished senior season with a 3-1 record ... Secured VU's 7-0 sweep of Chattanooga with a 7-5, 7-5 win in the No. 6 position ... Finished 2-1 during the fall.

2008-09 (Junior): ITA Scholar Athlete ... Went 0-4 in the fall. Did not play in a dual match ... Finished 2-3 in doubles play ... Went 1-1 with James Moye and 1-2 with Andy Pulido ... Missed majority of dual season after passing of his mother.

2007-08 (Sophomore): SEC Academic Honor Roll ... ITA Scholar Athlete ... Finished 4-4 in singles play ... Did not play in a dual match ... Defeated Louisville's Ben Clos, 7-5, 6-4, for first win of the season at the Vanderbilt Invitational ... Finished 5-4 in doubles play ... Teamed with Alex Zotov to finish the fall with 3-1 record in doubles play.

2006-07 (Freshman): ITA Scholar Athlete ... Finished 6-7 in singles play ... Posted 2-1 record in dual play ... Played two matches at No. 5 position and one match at No. 6 positions ... Notched 5-7 record in doubles play ... Teamed with Jordan Magarik to finish 3-2 in doubles play.

Prep/Juniors: National Open Doubles Champion... State runner-up in 2006... winner in St. Louis Clay Courts... 2006 Scholar Athlete.

Personal: Scott Lieberman... born Sept. 1, 1987... parents are Louis and the late Patricia Kacyn... siblings are Matt, Marc, Robin, and Anna...majoring in engineering science ... Began the Advantage Love Foundation in honor of his mother ... Foundation dedicated to finding a cure for colorectal cancer ... Brother Matt, was a freshman at Vanderbilt during Lieberman's senior year ... Accepted a job with Intuit, a software company based on California, out of college.

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