Vicente Varas
Vicente  Varas


Sammamish, Wash.

High School:



Men’s Tennis Receives Academic Honor

Zags are ITA All-Academic Team; Arend, Smith, and Varas named Scholar-Athletes


Gonzaga Student-Athletes Take Part in Graduation

61 student-athletes were a part of GU graduation ceremonies


Varas, Smith earn Conference Academic Honors

Both seniors are on WCC All-Academic squad


GU Celebrates Senior Student-Athletes at Evening of Excellence


Zags Wrap up 2016 at Loyola Marymount

GU forces four third-set matches but falls 5-0


Men's Tennis vs. Eastern Washington

In their first match of the season, the Zags topped Eastern Washington, 6-1, Jan. 27


Men's Tennis vs. Idaho

The Zags faced off with the Vandals but fell in another tight match, 4-3, Feb. 15


Men's Tennis vs. Pacific

The Zags faced fellow WCC Team, No. 73 Pacific, where they fell in a close match 4-3, Feb. 6

2015-16: Earned WCC All-Academic honors…wrapped up career with38 singles wins and 19 doubles victories…Singles: 8-18 overall record, 3-14 in dual play…won Black Bracket at EWU Fall Classic with three-set comeback victory over EWU’s Wacil Bendjelti…also picked up consolation wins at ITA Northwest Regionals, including 6-2, 6-2 victory over Washington’s Piers Foley…opened dual season with 6-0, 6-3 win over Eastern Washington’s Vuk Vuckovic at No. 4 singles…downed Furman’s Josh Pistorius in three sets March 8...beat Dylan Harvala of Montana State in two sets March 18…took Santa Clara’s Kamran Khan to three sets April 1. Doubles: 5-14 overall, 4-11 in dual play…won opening match at Bulldog Classic with help from Ronzai Saurombe…also with Saurombe, took down Ness/Bringold of Eastern Washington to begin dual play Jan. 27…took down No. 73 Pacific’s Oliveira/Ngo 6-1 to help take the doubles point…won back-to-back WCC matches with 6-2 win over Santa Clara and tiebreak victory over San Francisco…the 7-6 (4) win clinched the dual point for Gonzaga.

2014-15: Singles: 12-20 overall and 5-13 in dual play...beat Youngstown State's Youssef Sherif in two sets March 11...won three in a row Feb. 8 to March 1, including 6-2, 6-3 win over Creighton's Aaron Chalstrom Feb. 8...beat Idaho's Rhys Richardson 6-3, 6-0 to kickstart GU's first win over the Vandals in eight years...reached bracket final Nov. 7-9 at PNW Intercollegiates. Doubles: went 5-10 in doubles play, including 5-7 during fall tournaments...with Sergio Chip, reached bracket final at PNW Intercollegiates...won two matches at GU Fall Tournament Oct. 24-26...reached consolation bracket final of EWU Fall Classic Sept. 26-28 with Chip.

2013-14: Singles: Tallied 7-10 overall record as a sophomore...went 4-3 in fall tournaments...reached Green Flight final match at Baylor HEB Intercollegiate Sept. 20-22...recorded 3-7 record in spring dual matches, playing in fourth, fifth, and sixth singles spots...opened year with three-set win over Riley Newman of Seattle U on Jan. No. 4 singles, beat Blake Miller of Whitworth on Jan. 26 as well. Doubles: Went 2-5 overall in doubles play, including 2-3 during dual matches...went 2-2 with Vladimir Mijatovic at No. 2 doubles...beat Seattle U's duo of Topp and Kosanke 6-1 on Jan. 26...followed that up with 6-0 sweep of Whitworth's Sandlin and Englelmann the same day.

2012-13: Went 11-13 in singles over the course of the year... Won seven matches in the fall season, four in the spring... Primarily played in the No. 6 and went 3-9... Posted a 2-1 record at No. 5... 1-0 at No. 4... 1-0 at No. 3... Advanced to the quarterfinals of the Eastern Washington Fall Classic in singles... Finished 1-4 in West Coast Conference singles matches... Went 4-13 in doubles with partner Hayden Smith... Duo played in the No. 2 position with a 4-11 record... 0-1 in lone No. 3 position... Advanced to the semifinals of the Boise State Appleton Classic in doubles.

HIGH SCHOOL: Earned three varsity letters at Eastlake High School in Sammamish, WA....played No. 1 singles...was the King County District Champion from his sophomore through senior years, and also qualified for the State Championships those same years...Finished 3rd at the State Championship his senior year...Ranked 7th in the Pacific Northwest and 122 on the College Recruiting national list...Qualified for the Kalamazoo National Tournament.

MISC.: 3.94 high school grade-point average.

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