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J.C. Aragone

5'10''
Height
Freshman
Class
Yorba Linda, Calif.
Hometown
Parkview
High School

2016-17 SEASON – ITA National Team Indoor Champions, NCAA Team Champions
• NCAA All-Tournament Team at No. 4 Singles and No. 3 Doubles
• Named the MVP of the ACC Championship after clinching the match with a victory at No. 5 singles against #75 Christian Seraphim. It was his second time winning the honor after also being named MVP his sophomore year
• Clinched the victory for the Cavaliers in the final of the NCAA Tournament, ACC Tournament and  ITA National Team Indoors
• Clinched the victory for the Cavaliers in the NCAA final with a 7-6 (2), 6-2 win over UNC’s Jack Murray
• ACC All-Academic Team
• Career-best and team-high 37 singles victories this season
• Finished his collegiate career having won his last 11 singles matches
• Picked up his 100th singles victory of his career against Miami (4/21)
• Finished in the top-10 in UVA career dual match singles victories, ranking eighth with 85, and 11th in total singles wins with 109
• Picked up his 30th singles win of the year in the ACC semifinals
• Preseason ITA singles ranking of No. 69; started the spring at No. 58
• Named the ACC Player of the Week (Feb. 21) after clinching the victory for the Cavaliers over Ohio State to win the ITA National Team Indoor Championship title. Aragone went undefeated at the championship, recording a 3-0 singles and 4-0 doubles match record. Aragone also picked up a singles and a doubles win earlier in the week in Virginia’s dual match against No. 17 Illinois
• ITA Indoors All-Tournament Team (No. 4 Singles and No. 3 Doubles)
• Won the singles title at the ITA Atlantic Regional in Blacksburg, the eighth time in program history a Cavalier won the regional singles crown (10/18)
• Competed at the prestigious  Hall of Fame/ITA Grass Court Invitational, going 2-1 in the tournament (09/14)
• Advanced through qualifying to earn a spot in the singles main draw of the $50,000 Charlottesville Men’s Pro Challenger (10/31) and the $75,000 Columbus Challenger (11/22)
• Advanced through qualifying into the main draw of the Tallahassee Futures tournament, making a run at his first career pro title before falling in three sets in the championship match to eight-seed Brayden Schnur (12/11)
• Finished 2016 with an ATP singles ranking of 784 after reaching a career-high No. 781 on Dec. 19
• Advanced to the second round of singles in the main draw of the $25,000 Los Angeles Futures tournament (1/7)
•Advanced through qualifying to earn a spot in the singles main draw of the $25,000 Sherbrooke Futures Tournament (3/10)


2015-16 SEASON – NCAA Team Champions

• All-ACC Third Team
• NCAA All-Tournament Team (No. 3 Doubles, No. 5 Singles)
• ITA Team Indoors All-Tournament Team (No. 5 Singles)
• All-ACC Academic Team
• VaSID Men’s Tennis All-State Second Team Singles
• 29-6 in singles, including a 12-1 mark at No. 4 and 11-3 at No. 5
• Had won the first 22 ACC singles matches of his career before finally dropping the first of his career, falling to UNC’s Robert Kelley (April 1)
• 22-8 in doubles including a 19-7 dual record
• Ranked as high as No. 74 in singles (Jan. 5); finished the season ranked No. 110
• Won the Orange Draw Doubles title at the UVA Ranked 1+1 fall tournament with partner Henrik Wiersholm
• Started the spring season ranked No. 18 in doubles (with partner Henrik Wiersholm). Continued to be ranked in doubles with Wiersholm, but the duo have played together twice this spring, finishing the year ranked No. 89

2014-15 SEASON – NCAA Team Champions
• Posted a 24-4 singles record and an 11-2 doubles record
• ACC Tournament MVP
• NCAA All-Tournament Team (No. 3 doubles)
• ITA Scholar-Athlete
• Went undefeated in ACC singles play for second consecutive year
• Played in just one fall tournament due to injury
• Ranked No. 117 in the preseason singles rankings
• ACC Academic Honor Roll


2013-14 SEASON

• Posted a 19-4 singles record and a 5-1 doubles record
• Ranked as high as No. 107 nationally in singles
• Was 9-1 in dual match singles play
• Singles flight champion at the UVa Fall Classic


JUNIORS

• No. 14 recruit in 2013 by tennisrecruiting.net
• Twice played US Open Juniors
• Ranked as high as No. 4 nationally at the 16s
• 2011 USTA 16s National Championship semifinalist
• Easter Bowl semifinalist


PERSONAL

• Son of Paula and Facundo Aragone
• Has a younger brother, Tommy
• Father played professional tennis
• Major: Government

CAREER STATS

Singles Doubles
Year Overall Dual ACC Overall Dual ACC
2013-14 19-4 9-1 6-0 5-1 1-0 0-0
2014-15 24-4 23-3 11-0 11-2 11-2 3-1
2015-16 29-6 25-4 9-2 22-8 19-7 6-1
2016-17 37-8 27-4 8-2 25-7 24-6 6-3
Career 109-22 85-12 34-4 63-18 55-15 15-5