*2009 All-MWC DOUBLES*
*2008, 2007 All-MWC SINGLES*
UNLV: The "Swiss Wizard" returns for his final season looking to spin more of his court magic in 2010 after earning his first career singles ranking in January at No. 102 ... A three-time All-Mountain West Conference honoree that will be an honors candidate again this spring ... Expected to fill the No. 2 singles spot and No. 1 doubles position with partner Mehdi Bouras ... Went 6-4 in tournament play, including going to the Baylor Intercollegiate and knocking off the event's 16th seed in his opener, 7-6, 6-0 over Oklahoma State's Aleksey Bessonov ... Compiled a 7-6 mark in preseason doubles competition with partner Bouras as the duo won four straight at the ITA Regional in Las Vegas in October before falling in the championship match ... Boasts a career singles record of 12-6 in MWC duals ... One of UNLV's top student-athletes, he was named to the 2009 CoSIDA ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District 8 At-Large Second Team after boasting a cumulative grade point average of 3.88 while majoring in finance ... He also earned Academic All-MWC honors and was named an ITA Scholar-Athlete for the third straight season.
2009: Finished with career-high 21 singles victories playing 2-4 in the lineup ... Primarily played at No. 3, finishing with a 9-7 mark ... Won both of his matches to help UNLV upset two league opponents to end the season, downing Giovanni Vaglietti of No. 42 SDSU and then John Taylor of No. 49 Utah in the first round of the MWC tournament ... Also won a career-best 21 doubles matches overall while playing with five partners ... Spent much of the season ranked nationally along with partner Elliot Wronski ... The duo, which went 19-10 together, reached as high as 46 and finished the season at No. 76 ... Advanced to the semifinals of the ITA Regional in Las Vegas and also upset No. 83 Andres Carrasco of Arizona at the Rebel Classic in October ... Teamed with Wronski in fall to post 5-1 doubles mark, including making quarters of ITA Regional and winning the Flight One title of the Rebel Classic.
2008: Named All-MWC singles after finishing 19-10 overall ... His 12-7 mark in duals included a 5-0 record at No. 3 spot ... Upset No. 111 Victor Lamm of UC Irvine on April 5 to help Rebels down Anteaters ... Went 4-2 vs. MWC in regular season ... Played with four partners in compiling 14-9 doubles record ... Fall singles record of 7-3 included a run to quarterfinals of ITA Regional ... Also nearly took down Tennessee's Boris Conkic before falling 5-7, 7-5, 6-2 to give the Vol the title at the UNLV Fall Classic in November.
2007: Team's top fall recruit posted consecutive three-set victories over SEC opponents in mid-March to spark a personal five-match winning streak and a run of 11 wins in 12 outings to close rookie season ... His 17-10 overall mark included a 5-1 record for MWC play in regular season at No. 6 spot in lineup, not including another two wins during conference tourney ... Most memorable triumph came in 4-3 upset of No. 46 New Mexico in Fort Worth ... After being blanked in the first set, came all the way back to defeat Kamil Pajkowski 0-6, 6-4, 6-3 to end the five-hour marathon match in favor of the Rebels ... Was also leading his opponent from UCLA in first round of NCAA tournament when match was halted ... Fall season saw him turn in a 4-3 singles record and 2-3 doubles mark ... First collegiate win came vs. Stjepan Beg of New Mexico State in the Round of 64 at the ITA Regional in Las Vegas in October ... Also won his next match to move into Round of 16 in his first career tourney.
HIGH SCHOOL: A graduate of Kantonsschule Freudenberg in Zurich.
PERSONAL: Luca Roberto Barlocchi was born on Jan. 26, 1987, in Switzerland ... The son of Dario and Renata Barlocchi.