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Nicholas Garcia
Nicholas  Garcia


Miami, FL

High School:
John A. Ferguson

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 175


Buxbaum, Dubin and Walsh Earn ITA All-America Honors

Buxbaum Earns Honor for Singles and Doubles


Bowdoin Edges Johns Hopkins, 5-4, in NCAA Quarterfinals

Fourth-Ranked Polar Bears Win Five of Six Singles


Johns Hopkins Punches Ticket to NCAA Elite Eight

Johns Hopkins Tops Carnegie Mellon, 5-3


Hopkins Tops Mary Washington, 5-0, in NCAA Men's Tennis Tournament

Blue Jays Move to Sweet 16 for Eighth Straight Year


Johns Hopkins Blanks Gwynedd-Mercy, 5-0, in NCAA First Round

Buxbaum Clinches Win for the Blue Jays

Statistically Speaking: Tied for 17th in school history in career singles wins (36) • tied for 5th in career doubles wins (64) • ranks 12th in career total wins (100).

2016: Finished 15-6 in singles and 21-7 in doubles • third on the team in singles wins and doubles wins • placed third at the Loyola Invitational after going 2-1 in singles and 2-2 in doubles • advanced to semifinals of ITA Southeast doubles draw • won eight straight singles matches from April 12 to May 13 • had win streaks of six and seven in doubles during the season • went a combined 4-0 in singles and doubles and was named the Centennial Conference Tournament MVP after leading Hopkins to the title • went 5-1 in doubles in the postseason.

2015: Went 3-2 in singles and 13-6 in doubles • advanced to round of 32 in championship doubles draw at ITA Southeast Regional • went 3-0 in doubles at ITA National Indoor Championship • posted a 4-1 record in doubles in postseason play.

2014: Went 9-7 in singles and 19-6 in doubles • ranked as high as 18th in the nation and fourth in the Atlantic South in doubles • won nine straight doubles matches from February 21 to April 12 • went 4-1 in doubles in the postseason.

2013: Went 9-1 in singles and 11-7 in doubles • finished as runner-up in doubles at ITA Southeast Regional • advanced to round of 16 in singles at ITA Regional • lost first singles match of the season and then did not lose again that season • won nine straight doubles matches from April 2 to May 11 • went 3-1 in doubles in the postseason.

Personal: Nicholas Garcia • majoring in mechanical engineering.