2012-13 -- Went 12-2 in singles play, and helped him finish his career fourth all-time with 47 wins... Played at the No. 2, 3 and 4 positions his senior season, going 6-0 at No. 2... He also posted a perfect 5-0 mark in Summit League play... He was 12-7 in doubles play, and posted a 3-2 mark in league action... He played at No. 1, 2 and 3, but saw most of his time at the No. 2 spot... He finished his career as the No. 11 all-time doubles winner with 37 victories.
2011-12 -- Recorded a 12-5 singles mark and a 12-6 doubles record... went 9-2 at No. 3, 1-2 at No. 4 and 2-1 at No. 5 singles... went 11-6 at No. 2 and 1-0 at No. 3 doubles... named to the All-Summit League Team... named to the Commissioner's List of Academic Excellence... named Summit League Player of the Week on Apr. 24... finished season ninth on the UMKC career singles wins list with 35 and second on the career singles winning percentage list at .686 (35-16)... nine wins at No. 3 singles are tied for the fourth most in a season in UMKC history... finished the season tied for 14th on the UMKC career doubles wins list and seventh on the career doubles winning percentage list at .605 (23-15)... eight wins at No. 2 doubles with partner Gustavo Guerin are the fifth most in a season in UMKC history... picked up first singles win of the season over Saint Louis' Patrick Kella, 7-5, 6-1 at No. 5 (3/9)... finished the season on a 10-match win streak, starting with a 6-3 (7-1), 7-6 win over Northwest Missouri State's Guilherme Narducci at No. 3 and including league wins at No. 3 over IPFW's Andres Cobos, 6-3, 6-4 (4/7), South Dakota State's Justin Pyle, 6-2, 6-2 (4/19), Oral Roberts' Pedro Moreno, 6-3, 6-0 (4/20) and Western Illinois' Jim Capalbo, 6-2, 6-1 (4/22)... defeated IUPUI's Joel Modesitt at No. 4, 7-5, 6-3 in the finals of The Summit League Championships... teamed with David Heckler at No. 3 doubles to defeat Oklahoma State's Trevor Horstmann and Adolfo Aires, 8-5 in the season opening match (1/20)... partnered with Gustavo Guerin at No. 2 doubles to win nine of final 10 matches beginning with an 8-1 win over Baker's John Qualls and Devin Glasgow (4/5) and including league wins over IPFW's Daniel Kang and Joao Freitas, 8-4 (4/7), South Dakota State's Justin Pyle and Dominic Rossetto, 8-7 (7-5) (4/19), Oral Roberts' Pedro Moreno, 8-2 (4/20) and Western Illinois' Jim Capalbo and Andrew Yopp, 8-3 (4/22), an 8-6 win over Pyle and Rossetto in the semifinals of The Summit League Championships (4/27) and an 8-4 win over IUPUI's Modesitt and Nick Volz in the finals of The Summit League Championships.
2010-11 -- Finished with a 12-8 singles record playing in Nos. 3-5 positions, including a 5-1 mark in Summit League play and a 6-4 record in doubles action at the Nos. 2-3 positions, including a 3-1 mark in league play... .676 (23-11) is the highest career winning percentage in UMKC history... 11 wins from the No. 4 position are tied for the most in school history... won nine straight singles matches from Mar. 19 through Apr. 12... won five straight doubles matches from Apr. 8 through Apr. 22... named to the Commissioner's List of Academic Excellence.
2009-10 -- Joined the team as a walk-on prior to the spring semester... posted an 11-3 singles record and a 5-5 doubles mark... competed primarily at the No. 5 position in singles, where he went 8-1... the eight victories are tied for the most at the position in school history... went 3-0 in Summit League matches... tallied his first collegiate singles and doubles victories on March 9 against Ferris State... won nine straight singles matches that were played to their completion to close out the season, all in straight sets... won a pair of matches at The Summit League Championship, downing Western Illinois' Jim Capalbo (6-2, 6-3) and Oral Roberts' Matt Tansil (6-1, 6-2)... named to The Summit League Winter/Spring Academic all-League team.
High School -- No. 1 ranked U18 player in Kuwait and in the Gulf countries... played for the National Team of Kuwait in the U18... won the Kuwait Tennis Federation tournaments in U10, U12, U16 and U18... also won the Gulf Countries Cup (GCC) U18 tournament in singles... received the "U16 Best Player" honor at the GCC... reached the ITF doubles finals... won the GCC doubles as U14 and was the runner-up U18... No. 3 in Arab Games team for U12, U14, U16 and U18... also was ranked No. 32 in Asia in U14... coaches were Saud Mahmeed and Mohammad Mahmoudi.
Personal -- Born on Feb. 17, 1992, in Kuwait... son of Mohammad Alawadhi and Fatma Jasem... has three older brothers, Razi, Musaab and Suhaib and one older sister, Mariam... Musaab and Suhaib played tennis in the Kuwait Sporting Club... majoring in mechanical engineering.
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