Third-seeded Green Wave falls to No. 6 seed Rice, 4-3, in quarterfinal round
Green Wave enter tournament with a 12-7 overall record and 3-2 in C-USA
Green Wave closed the regular season with 7-0 loss against Golden Hurricane
Student-athletes maintained a grade point average of 3.0 or better
Green Wave send senior group out with 4-3 win over C-USA rival Rice
Named first-team All-Conference USA in singles and second-team All-C-USA in doubles with Joe Young...Named second-team All-Louisiana by the Louisiana Sports Writers Association (LSWA)...Finished the spring ranked 88th in the final ITA doubles rankings with Joe Young...Began the spring season ranked 76th by the ITA in singles...Posted a 10-7 dual match record with a pair of conference victories...Was 7-7 on court one and went 3-0 on court two...nine of his 10 wins were in straight sets...Teamed with Joe Young to post a 14-6 dual match record, including a perfect 6-0 record in Conference USA matches...Won 10 straight doubles matches and 11 of the final 12 of the season...The pair helped guide Tulane to six straight doubles point wins during the season.
Was 7-5 in singles and 7-3 in doubles...Won the first two singles matches at the ITA All-American Championships before falling to 72nd ranked James Chaudry of Mississippi State and No. 32 Devin McCarthy of Ohio State in the consolation round...Paired with Joe Young to claim the doubles title at the UNCW Fall Invitational with four straight victories...Also won three doubles matches with Young at the Crimson Tide Fall Championships.
Named the Conference USA Newcomer of the Year and second-team all-conference in singles...Teamed with Radu Ionescu to earn first-team all-conference honors in doubles...Named the Louisiana Sports Writers Association (LSWA) Newcomer of the Year and first-team all-LSWA...Entered the spring ranked as the No. 8 newcomer in the nation by the ITA...Ranked as high as 89th nationally in singles during the season by the ITA...Posted a 12-7 singles record at the No. 1 postion...Compiled a 15-5 doubles mark, including 7-2 with Ionescu and 8-3 with Joe Young...10 of his singles wins came in straight sets.
Posted an 8-3 singles mark and went 2-2 in doubles play...Invited to the D'Novo ITA All-American Tournament in Tulsa, Okla...Defeated Stanford's Denis Lin, the 125th ranked player, in three sets in the opening round of the D'Novo ITA All-American Tournament...Reached the semifinals of the Crimson Tide Fall Invitational by defeating No. 52 Luka Somen of Virginia Tech and UAB's David Zimmerman...Posted a 2-1 doubles record with Rodrigo Rappaccoili.
Served a mandatory three-year commitment with the Israeli Army. He played as an amateur in the ATP World Tour, achieving a singles ranking of 670 and a doubles ranking of 550. One of his highlights includes reaching the finals of an ITF Futures event in 2007 in Botswana. Mark won a pair of doubles champions, one in an Israel Futures event, and the other in a Senegal Futures event.
Will be eligible for competition in 2010-11... Born Idan Mark on July 4, 1987... Son of Zvi and Varda Mark.
Singles Doubles 2010 Fall 8-3 2-2 2011 Spring 12-7 15-5 2011 Fall 7-5 7-3 2012 Spring 10-7 14-6 TOTAL 36-23 38-16