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Hunter Harrington
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Hunter Harrington 824229
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 180
Year: Senior
Hometown: Spartanburg, SC
Major: Management & Financial Mgt.

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS - (as of April 18, 2015)

  • Doubles All-American (2014)

  • All-ACC Team (2013 & 2014)

  • Weaver-James Corrigan Honorary Scholarship Award recipient (2015)

  • Clemson Academic Hall of Fame (2014)

  • Solid Orange Male Award (for exemplifying what it means to be a student-athlete at Clemson, in regards to leadership, athletic performance, service, academics and sportsmanship) (2014)

  • All-ACC Academic Team (2013-14)

  • ACC Academic Honor Roll (2011-12, 2012-13, 2013-14)

  • Ranked fifth in ITA final doubles poll (2014)

  • Ranked 46th in ITA final singles poll (2014)

  • Reached semifinals of 2014 NCAA Doubles Championship, with teammate Dominique Maden), becoming just the third doubles team in program history to reach the national semifinals

  • Finished 2013-14 with a 31-4 overall record in doubles and a .886 winning percentage, which is first in Clemson history in single-season doubles winning percentage.

  • Two-time team captain (2013-14 & 2014-15)

  • Member of Clemson’s Student-Athlete Advisory Committee

In 2013-14 (Junior)


  • Finished the season with a 24-13 overall record
  • 17-9 in dual matches, 7-4 in the ACC
  • Primarily started for the Tigers at the 1st position
  • Was 15-10 at number-one singles and 2-0 at number-two singles
  • Had three ranked wins over ranked opponents including #13 Tom Jomby and #15 Nik Scholtz


  • Named a 2014 doubles All-American
  • Finished the season with a 33-5 overall record
  • 23-1 in dual matches, 9-1 in the ACC
  • Played mostly with Dominique Maden at number-one doubles
  • The duo of Harrington and Maden was 31-4 overall and 9-1 in conference
  • Harrington and Maden finished 5th in the final ITA doubles poll
  • The duo advanced to the semi-finals of the NCAA Doubles Championships
  • Named to the 2014 All-ACC Men’s Tennis Team

Ranked 68th in the 2013-14 preseason ITA poll

In 2012-13 (Sophomore)

  • Named All-ACC
  • Finished the season ranked 96th in the ITA poll
  • Had a 21-9 record overall and a 17-6 mark in dual match play
  • In ACC action, Harrington had a 7-3 mark
  • Played number-two singles for the Tigers
  • Was 16-6 at number-two singles, and 1-0 at number-three singles
  • Had an 11-3 mark in three-set matches, 3-3 in tie breakers
  • Was 9-1 in home matches
  • Finished the year with a 17-10 record overall
  • 16-7 in dual matches
  • Played mostly with Gerardo Meza at number-three doubles
  • The duo of Harrington and Meza was 11-5 overall and 5-2 in the ACC
  • Also teammed with Zachary Rigsby and the pair had a 3-1 record

In 2011-12 (Freshman)

  • Finished the season with a 24-12 record overall
  • Had an 8-10 record in dual matches
  • In Atlantic Coast Conference matches, he had a 6-5 mark
  • Starter at number-five singles as he was 8-9
  • Was 0-1 at number-six singles


  • Had a 1-5 mark in doubles action
  • Finished the year 0-2 in dual matches
  • Teamed with Ayrton Wibowo in both dual matches
  • Named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll

Before Clemson

  • One of the country's top junior players
  • Blue chip recruit according to the Tennis Recruiting Network
  • Ranked as high as #10 in the country in his class
  • Trained in Boca Raton, FL at the USTA National Training Center
  • Represented the United States at the Junior Davis Cup in Mexico
  • Spent a month in South America practicing on red clay and participating in tournaments in Chile, Argentina, and Paraguay
  • Worked extensively with Mark Merklein and Ricardo Acuna, who are both excellent coaches and tennis players
  • Coaches in Spartanburg are Anthony Stewart and Jim Carrara.
  • #1 in the state of South Carolina in junior tennis
  • Double-majoring in Management & Financial Management
  • Born June 25, 1993
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