Men's Tennis

Chase Buchanan

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
New Albany, Ohio

High School:
Gahanna

Height / Weight:
6-2 / 180

Chase Buchanan

10/16/2013

Buckeyes Prep for Midwest Regionals

Ohio State will serve has hosts of 2013 edition

05/15/2013

No. 5 Seed Ohio State Faces No. 12 Texas A&M in NCAA Championship Round of 16

Buckeyes, Aggies meet for second time in 2013

07/17/2012

Buchanan, Rola Stay Busy on Summer Futures Tour

Duo won Innisbrook ATP Futures title in Florida

06/18/2012

Chase Buchanan, Blaz Rola Named Campbell/ITA National Men's Doubles Team of the Year

Buchanan, Rola will be recognized July 14 in Newport, R.I., at International Tennis Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

06/07/2012

Chase Buchanan, Blaz Rola Named 2012 All-Americans

Pair of Buckeyes earns All-America honors in singles, doubles

10/10/2011

2011 D'Novo/ITA All-American Championships

Michael D. Case Tennis Center Tulsa, Okla.

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Ohio State Career Honors 2010 and 2011 Big Ten Athlete of the Year ... 2010 ITA Midwest Region Player to Watch ... 2011 ITA All-American ... member of 2011 NCAA All-Tournament team ... unanimous 2010 and 2011 First-Team All-Big Ten selection ... 10-time Big Ten Athlete of the Week honoree (Feb. 2, 2010, Feb. 23, 2010, March 9, 2010, March 16, 2010, April 6, 2010, April 13, 2010, Feb. 8, 2011, Feb. 22, 2011, April 12, 2011 and April 26, 2001) ... 2010 and 2011 Academic All-Big Ten ... 2010 and 2011 Ohio State Scholar-Athlete.

2010-11 (Junior Season) Big Ten Athlete of the Year ... First-team All-Big Ten ... ITA All-American ... member of ITA All-Tournament team ... advanced to doubles final with partner Blaz Rola at 2010 D'Novo All-American Championship in Tulsa, Okla. (Oct. 10) going 4-1 ... with advanced to quarterfinals in singles of 2010 Wilson/ITA Midwest Regional Championship in Notre Dame, Ind. (Oct. 25); in doubles, paired with Rola and advanced to tournament quarterfinals ... went 15-7 vs. nationally-ranked opponents ... in singles, held impressive 34-7 ledger overall including 29-3 mark vs. spring competition with time split between the No. 1 and No. 2 positions ... began dual singles season preseason No. 63 before finishing ranked No. 10 ... defeated numerous Top 20 opponents including No. 13 Javier Garrapiz of Georgia 6-3, 6-3 (Feb. 6), No. 11 Austen Childs of Louisville 6-3, 7-6 (Feb. 27) and No. 7 Dennis Nevolo of Illinois 5-7, 6-4, 6-2 (March 27) ... won Big Ten best four Athlete of the Week laurels during spring play ... earned weekly honors after guiding Buckeyes to wins over No. 18 Mississippi (Feb. 4), No. 11 Georgia (Feb. 6), No. 24 North Carolina (Feb. 15) No. 14 Texas Tech (Feb. 18), No. 5 Texas (Feb. 19), No. 12 Kentucky (April 6), No. 60 Michigan State (April 8), No. 23 Michigan (April 10), No. 24 Indiana (April 22) and No. 63 Purdue (April 24) ... defeated two ranked players in a row; No. 30 Jose Hernandez from North Carolina 7-5, 6-0 and No. 55 Jean Anderson of Texas 6-0, 6-2 en route to his second weekly accolade ... in Big Ten action, went 10-0 for second consecutive year to improve to 26-1 in career conference play ... went 32-9 overall in double competition including 8-2 in Big Ten ... partnered with Shuhei Uzawa and Blaz Rola during the season, going 21-2 at No. 2, including a 15-2 mark with Uzawa ... had a stretch of 18 matches with Uzawa, where the duo only saw one defeat ... went 8-5 vs. nationally ranked tandems ... Partnered with Rola, the duo had key victories vs. No. 14 Javier Garrapiz and Hernus Pieters of Georgia, 8-6 and No. 2 Ed Corrie and Jean Andersen of Texas, 8-5 ... was one of four Buckeyes to compete in singles competition at NCAA championships ... in NCAA doubles action, while paired with Rola beat No. 25 Ray Sarmiento and Steve Johnson of USC, 6-2 (7-5) in first round.

2009-10 (Sophomore Season) Big Ten Athlete of the Year (became first sophomore in program history and third Buckeye overall to receive the conference's top honor) ... First-Team All-Big Ten ... ITA Midwest Region Player to Watch ... participated in first-career fall national college tournament in 2009 D'Novo All-American Championship in Tulsa, Okla. (Oct. 3-11) ... advanced to quarterfinals in singles at 2009 Wilson/ITA Midwest Regional Championship in Ann Arbor, Mich. (Oct. 21); in doubles, paired with Justin Kronauge; Buckeye duo advance to semifinals of tournament, going 3-1 ... held No. 1 singles position for majority of season going an impressive 24-2 at the top of lineup with 31-6 overall record ... against nationally-ranked opponents, Buchanan held a 20-6 ledger... won tough matches against Top 20 opponents including No. 7 Alexandre Lacroix of Florida 6-2, 6-4 (Feb. 13), No. 8 Eric Quigley of Kentucky 7-5, 6-2 (Feb. 21) and No. 18 Javier Garrapiz of Georgia 6-3, 6-1 (March 25) ... won Big Ten best six Athlete of the Week honors during spring season ... claimed weekly league laurels after helping Buckeyes to victories over No. 51 New Mexico (Jan. 30), No. 35 Tulsa (Jan. 31), No. 9 Kentucky (Feb. 21), No. 13 Louisville (March 3), No. 17 Texas A&M (March 7), No. 60 Purdue (March 12), Iowa (April 2), Minnesota (April 4), No. 36 Notre Dame (April 7) and No. 26 Michigan (April 11) ... defeated 16th-ranked Austin Krajicek of Texas A&M 6-3, 7-6 (7-3) March 7 en route to third conference weekly honor ... went perfect 10-0 in Big Ten play with 25-2 dual-match record ... in doubles, paired with Dino Marcan, duo was 21-4 overall with 16-3 mark at No. 1 ... the two Buckeyes were 12-3 vs. nationally-ranked doubles pairs with key wins coming against No. 9 Krajicek and Jeff Dadamo of Texas A&M, 8-7 (7-5), March 7, No. 14 Moritz Baumann and Marek Michalicka of Wisconsin, 9-8 (7-5), May 1 and No. 26 Chris Thiemann and Marcel Thiemann, 8-6, April 14 ... went 9-1 in conference action with 20-3 ledger in dual competition ... was one of three Buckeyes to participate in singles at NCAA championships; advanced to third round ... in NCAA doubles action, competed with Dino Marcan and advanced to second round.

2009 Summer Competed in 2009 U.S. Open singles draw after earning wildcard spot; faced World-No. 7 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga of France in first round of singles main draw (Sept. 1); lost 6-0, 6-2, 6-1 ... earned trip to New York after winning the USTA Boys' 18's National championships in Kalamazoo, Mich. (Aug. 16) ... during premier junior boy's tournament, the No. 2-seed Buchanan gave up only 28 points in seven matches.

2008-09 (Freshman Season) Joined Ohio State in spring 2008 as No. 1 ranked player in the nation ... first competed with team on the road vs. Pepperdine in Malibu, Calif. (March 23) ... in singles action, finished first season with Buckeyes with 11-4 overall record, including 6-1 mark in league play ... showed tremendous maturity and skill at just the age of 17 against older competition with matches at Nos. 2-6 singles ... went perfect at Nos. 4 and 5 singles with 2-0 records at both positions and recorded a 5-1 record at No. 6 position... won first collegiate match against Tobias Wernet of Minnesota, 6-3, 6-2 (March 29) at No. 2 singles in Columbus ... had 12 dual-match stretch without a loss, including seven-consecutive wins ... during span, each match was straight-set victories ... during Big Ten Championships (April 24-26) in Ann Arbor, won three-consecutive matches at No. 6 singles to help Ohio State win its fourth-consecutive tournament title ... in NCAA play, went 2-1 (three matches went unfinished) ... lone loss of tournament came in national final against Daniel Nguyen of USC (May 19) ... in doubles action, had 6-3 overall record, including 2-1 mark in Big Ten play ... played five of eight matches with sophomore Matt Allare; duo was 3-2 overall ... won first three doubles matches as a Buckeye ... during 2009 NCAA Championships, paired with senior Steven Moneke and won two matches during tournament, including 8-5 victory against Dominik Mueller and Julian Bley of Baylor University in quarterfinals (May 17).

Prior to Ohio State Competed in U.S. Open Doubles Draw in 2008; lost in first round ... winner of seven singles and doubles USTA national championships ... advanced to quarterfinals of juniors tournament of 2008 U.S. Open in New York ... crowned 2008 Easter Bowl Champion in Palm Desert, Calif. ... early in junior career, became youngest winner at Vero Beach Futures Event when he won at age 16 ... competing in Les Petit - the premier world championship for competitors 14 and under - won coveted title at 13 years old.

Chase Buchanan's Career Records

SINGLES

YEAR Tournament Dual Big Ten Overall


2010-11 5-5 29-3 `10-0 34-7

2009-10 6-4 25-2 10-0 31-6

2008-09 0-0 11-4 6-1 11-4

Totals 11-9 65-9 26-1 76-17


DOUBLES

YEAR Tournament Dual Big Ten Overall


2010-11 7-3 25-6 8-2 32-9

2009-10 4-4 26-7 9-1 30-11

2008-09 0-0 6-3 2-1 6-3

Totals 11-7 57-16 19-4 68-23

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