|| Ted Kelly
2010-11: Pac-10 All-Academic Second Team honoree ... dropped his only singles match of the year, falling to Santa Clara's Nicholas Vinel 6-2, 6-1 on Oct. 15 at the ITA Northwest Regional Championships ... earned a final national doubles ranking of No. 82 with Alex Clayton, as the duo was 9-8 overall and 7-6 in duals as Stanford's No. 3 team.
2009-10: Competed in four matches on the season, all during tournament play ... tallied a 6-3 record in doubles, including a 5-0 mark in duals while playing with five different partners.
2008-09: Pac-10 All-Academic Honorable Mention ... notched a 4-6 overall record ... tallied a 4-3 mark in dual matches, playing all his contests at the No. 6 position ... competed at the ITA Regional Championships in the fall ... recorded a 15-10 mark in doubles, playing with five different partners ... later in the summer, captured the doubles future (F21) in Milwaukee, Wis., with partner Jeff Tarango in August.
2007-08: ITA Scholar-Athlete ... finished 5-8 overall and 2-4 in dual matches, playing mainly at the Nos. 4-6 spots ... paired with Alex Clayton at No. 2 doubles for NCAA competition ... advanced to the third round of the ITA Regional Championships ... 13-14 in doubles play ... captured the ITA Regional Doubles Championships with teammate Blake Muller, and they also qualified for the ITA National Indoor Championships.
Prior to Stanford: A nationally and regionally-ranked juniors player in the mid-Atlantic from 2002-06 ... reached national rankings as high as No. 20 in B16's and as a high as No. 65 in B18's ... consistently ranked in the top-five in the mid-Atlantic in B18's from 2003-06 and as high as No. 3 in 2006 ... won 12 consecutive super-national junior championships from 2003-06 ... reached the singles Round of 16 and doubles quarterfinals at the 2004 spring super-nationals ... advanced to the doubles Round of 16 at a number of other super-nationals, including super-national clay courts in 2005 and 2006, winter super-nationals in 2005 and super-national hard courts 2004 ... a singles and doubles finalist at the 2003 Boston National Open ... No. 1 singles player for Gilman School for three years and lost only one match during his final two years of high school ... MIAA All-Conference and singles champion in 2006 and led team to three conference championships ... reached the singles semifinals at the ITA New Hampshire and won doubles at ITA tournaments in New Hampshire and North Carolina ... a doubles semifinalist at the ITA Summer Championships.
Personal: Parents are Ned and Carita Kelly ... has a twin sister at Princeton and one younger brother ... uncle, John Corse, was a member of the Stanford tennis team from 1979-82 ... hobbies include baseball and hockey.