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Luke Rassow-Kantor
Luke Rassow-Kantor

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Westport, Conn.

High School:
Staples

Last College:
Georgia Tech

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 185

Letters:
3

Luke Rassow-Kantor transferred to Wisconsin after playing his freshman year at Georgia Tech. During his sophomore year and first season as a Badger, Rassow-Kantor went 13-13 in singles play. As a junior, the Westport, Conn. native advanced to the second round at the Big Ten Singles Championship. He also went 17-9 in doubles and was6-4 in the Big Ten, primarily playing with Patrick Pohlmann and Michael Muskievicz. Rassow-Kantor concluded his career with the Badgers with a 51-60 singles record and a 63-56 doubles mark.

Rassow-Kantor's Career Singles Records

Season Overall Dual Tour. Fall Big Ten No. 1 No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 No. 5 No. 6
2006-07* 14-17 8-11 --- 6-6 --- --- --- --- 3-4 4-6 1-1
2007-08 13-13 5-7 --- 8-6 2-3 --- 1-0 1-0 --- 1-5 2-2
2008-09 8-19 6-15 --- 2-4 0-5 --- 1-1 3-4 0-7 1-2 1-1
2009-10 16-11 9-7 --- 7-4 2-4 --- 1-0 1-0 2-3 2-3 3-1
Career 51-60 28-40 --- 23-20 4-12 --- 3-1 5-4 5-14 8-16 7-5

Rassow-Kantor's Career Doubles Records

Season Overall Dual Tour. Fall Big Ten No. 1 No. 2 No. 3
2006-07* 7-12 7-12 --- --- --- 3-10 3-0 1-2
2007-08 18-17 10-14 --- 8-3 5-5 2-6 7-7 1-1
2008-09 21-12 17-9 --- 4-3 6-4 1-0 9-6 7-3
2009-10 17-15 12-13 --- 5-2 5-5 1-0 9-6 2-7
Career 63-56 46-48 --- 17-8 16-14 7-16 28-19 11-13

* Played at Georgia Tech

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Luke Rassow-Kantor

Rassow-Kantor played for the Badgers for three seasons after transferring to UW from Georgia Tech.

2009-10 Singles: 7-4 in the fall, 9-7 in dual matches ... 2-4 in the Big Ten ... appeared at Nos. 2-6 but played most at No. 4 and 5 with 2-3 marks at both ... best record came at No. 6 where he went 3-1 ... advanced to round of 16 at Big Ten Singles Championship ... reached round of 16 at ITA Midwest Regional ... advanced to semifinals at Wildcat Fall Invitational

2009-10 Doubles: 12-13 in dual play, including 5-5 in Big Ten Duals ... played with both Michael Dierberger and Chris Freeman ... went 7-6 with Dierberger ... finished the season paired with Freeman, going 3-5 in last eight matches ... advanced to semifinals at Big Ten Doubles Championship and quarterfinals at Wildcat Fall Invitational with Freeman

2008-09 Singles: 6-15 in dual play... 0-5 in Big Ten duals and 1-1 in the Big Ten Tournament ... played mainly at the Nos. 3 and 4 singles but appeared at every position from Nos. 2-6 ... advanced to second round at Big Ten Singles Championship ... eliminated in second round of ITA Midwest Regionals

2008-09 Doubles: 17-9 overall ... 6-4 in Big Ten duals and 1-1 in the Big Ten Tournament ... played primarily with Patrick Pohlmann and Michael Muskievicz ... went 9-7 with Pohlmann ... went 7-2 with Muskievicz ... fell in second round of doubles draw in ITA Midwest Regionals ... ranked No. 43 with Muskievicz on Feb. 19

2007-08 Singles: 13-13 overall ... 2-3 in the Big Ten ... played mostly at Nos. 5 and 6 singles ... scored wins over Pierre Dumas of Minnesota and Waylon Chin of No. 16 Illinois in conference play ... fell in round one of Big Ten Indoor Championship ... fell in the first round of main draw at ITA Midwest Regional ... advanced to second round of singles "A" draw at H.E.B. Baylor Invitational

2007-08 Doubles: 18-17 ... 5-5 in Big Ten duals and 1-1 in the Big Ten Tournament ... played with Jeremy Sonkin for the first 12 matches of the dual season and Michael Dierberger for the final 12 ... reached season-high ranking of No. 26 with Sonkin ... went 12-9 overall with Sonkin ... was 5-5 in the Big Ten with Dierberger ... had season-high four-match win streak with Dierberger from April 12-25 ... advanced to semifinals of doubles draw at ITA Midwest Regional with Sonkin ... went 0-2 in doubles play with Dierberger at Bollettieri-Treibly College Challenge ... teamed with Sonkin to win the doubles "B" draw at the H.E.B. Baylor Invitational

2006-07: Played at Georgia Tech ... appeared mostly at No. 4 and No. 5 singles during the dual season for the Yellow Jackets ... finished the dual singles season with an 8-11 record ... garnered a 4-0 record in three set singles matches during the dual season ... earned wins over J. Sucupira of FSU and Carlos Alvarez of Clemson from the No. 5 singles position ... primarily teamed with Eric Molnar in the No. 2 doubles position during the spring ... had six singles wins during the fall ... reached the singles draw semifinals of the Georgia Tech Fall Tournament ... went 8-5 in doubles play during the fall season

Before Wisconsin: Played for Georgia Tech during the 2006-07 season ... reached as high as No. 72 in the USTA Boys 18 and under age division in 2006 and as high as No. 54 in the same ranking for doubles ... was the top ranked player in the USTA New England Division for two years ... helped lead his high school team to the state semifinals as a freshman ... was endorsed for the Junior Davis Cup and the National Clay and Hard court tournaments ... won the USTA New England Section 18 and under championship in doubles and finished in third place in singles in 2005 ... lettered one season at Staples High School under coach Paco Fabian ... lettered two seasons under coach Brian Scheiffer at American Heritage ... member of State Champion team freshman (Staples) and junior (American Heritage) years ... was named All-State and All-FCIAC his freshman season

Personal: Parents are Jonathan Kantor and Barbara Rassow

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