Senior (2008-09) - Settled into the No. 3 singles position for the spring after not competing in the fall ... Finished season with a 9-11 singles record and a 12-8 doubles mark, paired mostly with Johannes Pulsfort ... Was outstanding on the doubles court in the month of March, teaming with Pulsfort for a 6-2 mark, including a five-match win streak that featured the doubles-point clinching wins against Mississippi State and Clemson as well as the team's lone doubles wins at then No. 4 Georgia and then-No. 15 Tennessee ... Clinched the victory over archrival Clemson with a straight-set singles win ... Topped Vanderbilt's Vijay Pual at No. 3 singles to give the Gamecocks their first SEC victory of the season ... Opened the season with a five-match win streak in singles.
R-Junior (2007-08) - Posted a 4-11 singles record and a 5-8 mark in doubles play ... Put together a three-match win streak in singles to open the spring dual-match schedule ... Scored a straight-set win over Clemson's Kevin Galloway as the Gamecocks swept the singles matches against their cross-state rival ... Teamed with David Wolff to scored the team's lone doubles win against UNLV ... Teamed with Ivan Cressoni for a 9-7 victory at No. 3 doubles against Wake Forest to help the Gamecocks secure the doubles point ... Battled Charleston Southern's Grega Teraz to a third-set tie-breaker win at No. 3 singles ... Named to the SEC Spring Sports Academic Honor Roll.
Junior (2006-07) - Went a combined 5-2 in singles and doubles before sustaining an injury and sitting out the reminder of the season.
Sophomore (2005-06) - Earned second-team All-SEC honors ... Compiled a 17-10 overall singles record ... Had a 12-8 mark in dual match action, including a 5-4 mark in SEC play ... Played the majority of his singles matches at the No. 2 spot ... Won three matches against ranked opponents ... In his only match at the No. 1 position, knocked off No. 81 Roy Sichel of Charlotte, 6-4, 6-0 ... Defeated No. 64 Andrew Harmar of Wake Forest in three sets, 6-3, 4-6, 7-6 ... Picked up a straight-sets victory over No. 58 Bruno Agostinelli of Kentucky, 6-4, 6-2 ... Combined with Tom Eklund for the most doubles wins on the team by posting a 12-6 record ... Had an overall doubles record of 20-14 with three different doubles partners ... Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll.
Freshman (2004-05) - Had a sensational freshman season in 2005, becoming the first true freshman to lead the team in singles victories since Vladimir Pavicevic in 1998 ... Finished with a 28-12 overall record, including a 12-5 mark in three-set affairs ... Posted an incredible 14-match winning streak to begin his first dual match season, winning 21-of-24 singles matches from Nov. 7 to April 6 ... His 53 combined singles and doubles wins were the most for any Carolina player since Pavicevic recorded 58 in 1998 ... Named to the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll ... Made the Dean's List in the fall.
High School/Junior Highlights - Played at Sagemont Virtual in Weston, Fla. ... Won team and individual state championships ... Played junior tournaments at Wimbledon, U.S. Open and French Open ... Won a doubles title at the Orange Bowl ... Ranked in the top 20 in singles and top four in doubles in the world.
Cuellar's Career Record