- Anton Mavrin
Anton  Mavrin


Tashkent, Uzbekistan

High School:
High School N37

Height / Weight:
6-5 / 190



Fall 2005: Another veteran player for the Blazers, Mavrin saw limited fall action at UAB ... compiled mark of 1-2 in singles in fall with losses to Schwark of Minnesota and O'Brien of William & Mary with a victory over Moullion of Mississippi State ... teamed with Kristijan Mitrovski, his doubles partner for all of 2004-05, and compiled 1-3 record.

Spring 2005: Held down No. 2 singles position for the majority of the Blazers' dual matches ... registered a 10-5 singles mark at No. 2 and was 11-5 overall in duals as he won his only match played at No. 3 position in lineup ... overall, his singles mark for the 2004-05 year was 13-7 ... saw action in doubles at the No. 2 and 3 spots in the lineup, both with teammate Mitrovski ... he and Mitrovski were 6-2 at No. 2 and 5-2 at No. 3 position for an overall dual mark of 11-4 ... his doubles record for the year with Mitrovski, counting fall play, was 11-6.

Fall 2004: Saw limited singles and doubles action ... won one match at UTC Baras Fall Classic before falling to eventual singles runner-up Fausto Rocha of Belmont in quarterfinal round ... lost opening round pre-qualifying match in doubles (with Kristijan Mitrovski) at ITA All-American Championships.

Spring 2004: Was 10-11 on the season, including a 9-7 mark at the No. 2 position ... moved into the No. 1 slot after an injury to Tobi Klein ... posted a 2-3 mark in conference action, with wins over Saint Louis' Thomas Kwong and James Spence of Memphis ... tallied a 9-8 doubles mark with four different partners ... was 5-3 on the season with teammate Kristijan Mitrovski ... the duo was also 2-1 in C-USA play.

Fall 2003: Did not compete.

Personal: Born on Jan. 8, 1983, in Tashkent, Uzbekistan ... parents are Antonina and Sergei Mavrin ... major is communication studies.