Senior (2009-10) - Won seven singles matches and went 16-15 in doubles action working with five different partners ... Scored a straight-set win at No. 5 singles against Auburn as the Gamecocks fell just one point shy of victory over the Tigers ... Teamed with Alexander Kostanov to oust No. 56 Taylor King and Bradwin Williams of Arkansas in the No. 3 doubles spot ... Clinched the Charlotte match with a straight-set win in the No. 4 singles position ... Won first-round match in the ITA Carolinas Regional, teaming with Sheehan to top North Carolina's Zach Hunter and Alex Rafiee.
Junior (2008-09) - Was second on the team and matched his career high with 14 singles victories in dual matches, finishing with a 14-4 mark predominantly at the No. 6 position ... Also tied his career high with eight doubles wins, all in dual-match play ... Posted a straight-set win at the No. 6 spot against LSU in the SEC Tournament ... Moved into the No. 5 spot at Auburn, winning a first-set tiebreaker before cruising to a 6-0 win in the second set against Alex Petropoulos ... Picked up his first SEC victory of the season with a 6-2, 7-5 decision over Kentucky's Alberto Gonzalez ...Teamed with Pedro Campos to win the No. 2 doubles to clinch the doubles point against Vanderbilt in the SEC opener ... Closed a season-opening nine-match singles win streak by claiming both matches of the Gardner-Webb/Appalachian State doubleheader playing in the No. 4 position, which helped him into the national rankings at No. 110 ... Provided the decisive singles wins against Indiana and Georgia Tech in the season's first victories against nationally-ranked teams.
Sophomore (2007-08) - Posted a 9-16 singles record, playing a majority of dual matches at No. 5 ... Turned in an 8-13 doubles mark, pairing with five different players during the season ... Scored a 6-3, 6-2 win at No. 5 singles against Mississippi State's Antonio Lastre, one of just two points for the Gamecocks against the Bulldogs ... Put together a four-match win streak to open dual-match play in the spring ... Teamed with Jaime Cuellar for a 9-7 victory at No. 3 doubles against Wake Forest to help the Gamecocks secure the doubles point ... Advanced to the round of 16 doubles at the Southern Intercollegiates with Pedro Campos before the team was forced to withdraw due to injury ... Named to the SEC Spring Sports Academic Honor Roll.
Freshman (2006-07) - Enrolled at South Carolina for the spring semester ... Finished with a 14-10 singles record, playing the majority of his time at the No. 4 position ... Went 8-15 in doubles action.
Junior Highlights - Ranked as high as No. 12 in his home country of Brazil ... Traveled all over South America playing tennis.
Cressoni's Career Record