2005-06 ITA COLLEGE TENNIS
NCAA DIVISION I RANKINGS

March 21, 2006
Men's Singles


1. John Isner, Georgia
2. Ben Kohlloeffel, UCLA
3. Ryler DeHeart, Illinois
4. Scott Doerner, Pepperdine
5. Ludovic Walter, Duke
6. Arnau Brugues, Tulsa
7. Luigi D'Agord, Miami
8. Jerry Makowski, Texas A&M
9. Somdev Devvarman, Virginia
10. Raian Luchici, North Carolina
11. Conor Niland, California
12. Lars Poerschke, Baylor
13. Adrians Zguns, Arkansas
14. Stephen Bass, Notre Dame
15. Todd Paul, Wake Forest
16. Erling Tveit, Mississippi
17. Kevin Anderson, Illinois
18. Matt Bruch, Stanford
19. Pedro Rico, Pepperdine
20. Travis Helgeson, Texas
21. Arnaud Lecloerec, VCU
22. Ken Skupski, LSU
23. Daniel Byrnes, Oklahoma State
24. KC Corkery, Stanford
25. Luke Shields, Boise State
26. Martin Sayer, Radford
27. Luis Flores, Georgia
28. Dirk Britzen, South Florida
29. Harel Srugo, Old Dominion
30. Callum Beale, Texas-Austin
31. Matija Zgaga, Baylor
32. Greg Ouellette, Florida
33. Raul Morant-Rivas, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi
34. Sheeva Parbhu, Notre Dame
35. Robert Searle, Rice
36. Roger Gubser, Texas
37. Jonathan Stokke, Duke
38. Nestor Briceno, Florida
39. Alex Slovic, Washington
40. Eric Claesson, Mississippi
41. GD Jones, Illinois
42. Matic Omerzel, Georgia
43. Nick Cavady, North Carolina State,
44. Rylan Rizza, Virginia
45. Treat Huey, Virginia
46. Alex Hume, Kentucky
47. Matko Maravic, Michigan
48. Josh Cohen, Miami (FL)
49. Matt Roberts, Arkansas
50. Strahinja Bobusic, Georgia
51. Christian Tempke, Northwestern
52. Jakub Cech, Fresno State
53. Pierrick Ysern, San Diego
54. Bruno Agostinelli, Kentucky
55. Andreas Siljestrom, Middle Tennessee St
56. Peter Oredsson, SMU
57. Jean-Noel Insausti, Washington
58. Roger Matalonga, Arizona
59. Michal Kokta, Baylor
Devin Mullings, Ohio State
60. D.J. Geatz, Minnesota
61. Matt Baccarani, Ball State
62. Peter Rodrigues, Duke
63. Dan Hanegby, Brown
64. Andrei Mlendea, TCU
65. Ytai Abougzir, Florida State
66. Ivor Lovrak, Pepperdine
67. Arnar Sigurdsson, Pacific
68. Ryan Preston, Vanderbilt
69. Andrew Hamar, Wake Forest
70. Rafael Abreu, TCU
71. Mathieu Dehaine, UCLA
72. Juan Pablo DiCesare, Mississippi
73. Ryan Sweeting, Florida
74. Rohan Gajjar, Arkansas
75. Bryan Koniecko, Ohio State
76. Devin Mullings, Ohio State
77. Doug Stewart, Virginia
78. Eidy Igarashi, Old Dominion
79. Roy Sichel, Charlotte
80. Jack Baker, South Alabama
81. Jason Pinsky, Pennsylvania
82. Ryan Rowe, Illinois
83. Adam Holmstrom, Denver
84. Marek Velicka, Oklahoma
85. Jonathan Kinsella, Arizona State
86. Chris Surapol, UCLA
87. Nate Emge, Kentucky
88. Jamil Al-Agba, Southern California
89. Sander Koning, Clemson
90. Brandon Wai, Yale
91. Ricardo Soriano, Tulsa
92. Vladimir Portnov, Baylor
93. Nickolai Nielsen, Maryland-College Park
94. Haythem Abid, UCLA
95. Vladimir Pornov, Baylor
96. Slavko Radman, Louisville
97. Clement Reix, Clemson
98. Federico Soriano, Tulsa
99. Bobby Cameron, Tennesee-Knoxville
100. Stefan Tell, Florida
101. Joseph Jung, Alabama
102. Blake Strode, Arkansas
103. Ricardo Gonzalez, Georgia
104. Marcus Echtler, Stetson
105. Arvid Puranen, Virginia Tech
106. Brett Helgeson, Notre Dame
107. Shannon Buck, Air Force
108. Thomas Schoeck, Boise State
109. Michael Look, UCLA
110. Robbye Poole, Mississippi
111. Geraldo Knorr, South Carolina
112. Adrian Prpic, Texas Tech
113. Jeremy Sonkin, Wisconsin
114. Nic Edlefsen, Minnesota-Twin Cities
115. Ryan Keckley, Notre Dame
116. Markus Dickhardt, San Diego State
117. Ryan Young, Clemson
118. Federico Ueltschi, Montana State
J 119. James Ludlow, BYU
120. Matt Brown, Baylor
121. Peter Bjork, Colorado
122. Tyler Browne, California
123. Francesc Lleal, VCU
124. Joshua Raff, Cornell
125. Nick Rinks, Michigan State
 

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