AS A JUNIOR IN 2001-02 - Went 14-17 in singles overall this year and 16-8 in doubles....Got off to a slow start in singles at 3-10 but since went 11-7, including two ranked wins...Most memorable win this year was the clincher in a 4-3 win over Duke on April 12, beating Joel Spicher in a third-set tiebreaker...Was been particularly impressive at No. 3 doubles with Matt Behrmann, posting a 10-4 mark at that position...As a team with Behrmann, he led UF with 14 dual and eight SEC wins...He and Behrmann are the first UF doubles team to win a match at all three positions in the same year since at least 1993.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2000-01 - Finished the year unranked but peaked at No. 70 in the fall ITA rankings and No. 19 in the fall ITA doubles rankings with Ross Greenstein...Named to the SEC's Academic Honor Roll...Was 19-17 overall in singles, playing at No. 3 and No. 4 mainly in duals, and was 15-17 the year overall in doubles play...Fall was highlighted by advancing to the semifinals of Division 2 at the Southern Collegiates and by winning five of six matches between the Bulldog Scramble and the Gator Invitational...Clinched UF's win over No. 9 Illinois with a three-set win over Mike Kosta in the first round of teh USTA/ITA National Team Indoors in Seattle...Dropped a heartbreaking 7-6 (7), 7-5 (5) match to Frantisek Krepelka of Oklahoma State to clinch the Cowboys' win in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, but did team with Trey Johnson to post a 8-6 win at No. 3 doubles during the match...Went 7-1 in fall doubles play with Ross Greenstein, including an undefeated record during both the Bulldog Scramble and Gator Invitational...In duals was 6-2 at No. 3 doubles when teamed with Johnson, including a pair of SEC wins.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 1999-2000 - Joined the team this semester after graduating from high school on January 7...12-11 in singles and 7-3 in doubles...Played singles in 23 of UF's 32 dual matches...Teamed with Matt Behrmann earlier in the year in doubles, posting a 6-3 record at number three...Made his collegiate debut with a 6-1, 6-2 victory over Florida A&M's Kareem Bennett at number five singles...Fought off three match points in the second set and rallied for a 3-6, 7-5, 6-3 win over Furman's Drew Parker to claim the first clinching victory over his career...Outlasted Mississippi State's Charles Sevigny, 6-3, 6-7 (5), 7-6 (5) in SEC opener...Downed Georgia's Nicolas Boeker (6-3, 6-2) and Vanderbilt's Anders Oding (6-1, 6-2) on final weekend of regular season...Clinched UF's win over Kentucky in the SEC Tournament with a three-set victory over Jorge Mario Escallon...Earned clincher in UF's NCAA second round win over UAB with a 6-2, 6-3 victory over Paul Shovlin...Also posted a three-set win over USC's Parker Collins in UF's NCAA Round of 16 win.
PREP - Graduated from North Central High School on January 7...A member of the 1998 U.S. National Team...Was ranked 20th in the nation in singles in 1998 and is currently ranked third nationally in doubles...Placed third in doubles at both the 1999 National Hardcourts and National Indoors...Finished fourth in singles at the 1997 Easter Bowl Tournament...Claimed the 1998 Indiana state championship...Also volunteered in community, giving free lessons to children.
PERSONAL - Born Troy Taylor Hahn on March 9, 1982 in Indianapolis...Son of Greg and Debbie Hahn...Also considered Georgia Tech, Illinois and Texas A&M...Hobbies include fishing, listening to music and mountain biking...Favorite musical group is Phish...Hopes to eventually major in business....
MAJOR - Sports Management.
|HAHN'S CAREER STATS|
|CAREER NCAA TOURNAMENT EXPERIENCE|
|2000||Team||W||Paul Shovlin||UAB||6-2, 6-3||6|
|2000||Team||W||Parker Collins||USC||1-6, 6-2, 6-0||6|
|2000||Team||L||Marko Cerenko||Duke||3-6, 3-6||6|
|2001||Team||L||Frantisek Krepelka||Oklahoma State||7-6 (7), 7-6 (5)||4|
|2002||Team||W||Albano Franco||Georgia State||6-4, 6-4||4|
|2002||Team||L||Uli Kiendl||South Florida||6-1, 6-3||4|