Ruadhan O'Sullivan
Ruadhan  O'Sullivan

Class:
Junior

Hometown:
Cherrybrook, Australia

High School:
Krabar High School

Last College:
Fresno City College

Experience:
2V


10/29/2017

Zags Sweep Two Brackets to End Bulldog Classic

Doubles, A Singles finals consist entirely of Gonzaga players

10/28/2017

Three Zags, Two Duos Reach Bulldog Classic Semifinals

Sam Feit and Ruadhan O'Sullivan reach two main bracket semifinals

10/27/2017

Strong Singles Start to Bulldog Classic for MTEN

All eight Zags advance in first day of home tournament

10/26/2017

MTEN to End Season by Hosting Bulldog Classic

Zags host eight regional squads in annual home tournament

10/22/2017

O’Sullivan and Feit’s Regionals Run Ends in Semifinals

The duo lost in three sets to end Gonzaga’s time at the ITA Northwest Regionals

10/29/2017

Bulldog Classic Day 3

Photos from the final day of the Bulldog Classic on Oct. 29 inside The Stevens Center.

10/28/2017

Bulldog Classic Day 2

Photos from the second day of play at the Bulldog Classic Oct. 28 inside The Stevens Center.

10/27/2017

Bulldog Classic Day 1

Scenes from the first day of competition at the Bulldog Classic Oct. 27 inside The Stevens Center.

04/25/2017

Men's Tennis vs. Sacramento State

Gonzaga Men's Tennis fell to Sacramento State in a close 4-3 battle on February 11, 2017

04/23/2017

Men's Tennis vs. Pepperdine

Photos from Gonzaga's Senior Day dual versus Pepperdine April 23.

2016-17: Singles: 16-16 overall, 6-11 in dual play...opened year with four straight wins and bracket title at EWU Fall Classic Sept. 16-18...reached Round of 32 at USTA/ITA Northwest Regionals Oct. 14-17 with wins over opponents from Washington and California...reached bracket final at Bulldog Classic Oct. 28-30...played No. 1 singles for entire spring...first win of dual season came Jan. 28 versus Robert Dula of Eastern Washington, the 19th-ranked player in the Northwest region...two wins in two days over foes from Radford and Air Force March 9-10...claimed win over nationally-ranked Sebastian Heim of UC Irvine March 17, helping GU beat the Anteaters for the first time in program history...downed Loyola Marymount's Nick Borchenko in three sets April 21. Doubles: 13-13 overall, 9-8 in dual play...one doubles win in each tournament of fall season...paired with Sam Feit at No. 1 doubles during spring duals...claimed first win of spring Jan. 28 against Paz/Dula of EWU...five straight wins March 9-March 25, including over foes from UC Irvine and San Francisco... WCC Doubles Pair of the Week March 21 after 2-0 record over Spring Break...4-5 in WCC play...downed No. 41 Portland's Pervolarakis/Garcia 6-2 April 8...also beat Pepperdine's Menichella/Van Slyke April 23.

2015-16: Singles: Led WCC freshmen with 13-7 dual record after joining the team over winter break…perfect 8-0 record at home, three wins over players from ranked teams…won six of first seven collegiate singles matches, including 6-3, 6-3 win over No. 73 Pacific’s Miguel Diaz Feb. 6…also beat Mathieu Garcia of Portland 6-3, 6-1 Feb. 13 after moving up to No. 2 singles…beat No. 57’s UC Irvine in two sets March 9…also won in three sets over Jake Douglass of No. 35 Washington…played two matches at No. 1 singles in March…fought back from five match points to turn 0-5 second-set score into three-set win over San Francisco’s Ryan Marker. Doubles: 5-11 in doubles play during the dual season…partnered with Emilio Moreno for first dual win at No. 69 Arizona Jan. 31…6-1 win over Portland State at No. 2 doubles Feb. 21…also picked up win at No. 57 UC Irvine March 9…beat Saint Mary’s Vollenweider/Lamelas 6-2 April 15. 

High School: Attended Karabar High School in Queanbeyan, New South Wales…won NSW state high school championship during year nine while finishing second in doubles.

Other Experience: Participated in numerous International Tennis Federation Junior Tour events, including Oceania Open Junior Championship and South Pacific Junior Championship…posted a winning singles record on the ITF Junior Tour.

Personal: Father is Timothy O’Sullivan…undecided on a major, but wants to own a business after a professional tennis career…loves footy…chose Gonzaga because “I felt it would be the best fit for my future academic and tennis endeavors. The staff and students also made it feel like a very homely environment which I liked.”

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