Kyle Schraeder
Kyle Schraeder
Height: 5-11
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Sumner, Wash.
High School: Auburn Riverside HS '05
Experience: 3L

2008: Schraeder finished up his 2008 campaign with All-Big Sky Conference first team accolades. He had 15 singles victories, all at the Nos. 1 and 2 positions, which ties for the second-highest total in Eastern Washington history. He also teamed with Pannhara Mam for 13 doubles victories, good for third on that list. Schraeder ended his junior season with 36 career singles wins, the third-highest sum in Eagle annals. He and Mam have had 40 career doubles victories, placing the talented duo in the top spot on that list. Schraeder had a pair of impressive winning streaks in 2008, compiling six straight singles victories from April 5-20 and teaming with Mam for five consecutive doubles wins from April 6-20. In a 7-0 Big Sky defeat of Idaho State, he crafted his most dominating performance of the season, 6-0, 6-1. In a tough 4-3 road victory over Montana in the final regular-season match, Schraeder gutted out a 6-3, 5-7, 6-2 win. He and Mam teamed for an 8-5 win at No. 1 doubles in the Big Sky championship match versus Sacramento State.

2007: Following an amazing season, Schraeder was named to the All-Big Sky Conference first team. His 12 singles wins are tied for 10th-most in Eagle history. Schraeder and Pannhara Mam had 15 doubles victories to set that school mark, as well (Art Karas and Nico Riego de Dios would tie the record in 2008). Schraeder was named Big Sky Player of the Week on Feb. 28 after helping the Eagles to a 5-2 win over Montana State with dominating singles and doubles victories, helping EWU snap a 27-match losing streak to the Bobcats. Their 14th and 15th wins helped EWU to its first two postseason wins ever, 4-0 defeats of Weber State and Montana.

2006: For his outstanding campaign, Schraeder earned All-Big Sky Conference honorable mention accolades. In Eastern Washington's first win of the season (and initial one over Idaho in 22 meetings), Schraeder outlasted Anthony Karlovic, 7-6, 5-7, 6-3, at the No. 2 position. Schraeder showed his resolve by rallying from a first-set loss for a 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 win over Gonzaga's Brett Womack at the No. 2 position in Eastern Washington's 5-2 win over its rival.

Personal: Schraeder was born Aug. 11, 1987, in Kent, Wash. He is the son of Jeff and Ramona Schraeder and is majoring in business.

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