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Bryn Nahrung

Player profile

(Updated May 2019)
Redshirt Junior
Brookfield, Queensland, Australia
high school
Brisbane Boys’ College

Singles Stats:

YearOverallDual MatchTournamentsACCCourt 1Court 2Court 3Court 4Court 5Court 6vs. Ranked


Double Stats:

YearOverallDual MatchTournamentsACCCourt 1Court 2Court 3vs. Ranked

Honors & Awards

Dean's List Fall 2020
Dean's List Spring 2021

Spring 2021

Appeared in two singles matches and six doubles matches…recorded a doubles win in ACC play versus Clemson joining with Chase Wood.

(updated 7/2021)

Spring 2020:

Played in seven doubles matches finishing with a 3-4 record…started the season on a  three-match win streak with Richard Thongoana…the duo defeated FAU’s Escandell/Lambros 6-2, Florida A&M’s Mbong/Hayden 6-0 and South Alabama’s Delcour/Collard 6-1.

Fall 2019:

Finished the fall with a 6-2 doubles record…won four straight matches at the Bedford Cup with Richard Thongoana to take home the doubles title… on their way to the title, they defeated UNF’s Duarte/Nani 8-7(3), UCF’s Alencar/Rubio 8-3, FAU’s Lambros/Legall 8-4 and UCF’s Pavel/Sokolovskiy 8-4…won one doubles match at the ITA Southeast Regional with an 8-7(3) win over Georgia Southern’s Finklestein/Roumpis…earned one doubles win with Thongoana at the Dick Vitale Invite over Michigan’s Fu/Oosterbann 8-1.

Spring 2019:

Was a doubles specialist all his freshman season…finished with a 10-11 record in doubles with most of his matches played on courts two and three…started the season off winning is first five doubles matches…clinched the doubles point against Auburn with Juan Martin Jalif 7-6(5) on court two.

Fall 2018:

Capped off the fall with a 4-8 singles record and a 1-3 doubles record…went 3-1 in singles at the Bedford Cup.

Before FSU:

Was the 2017 Australian Schools National Champion… was a three-time Queensland Schools State Champion (2015-17)… two time GPS Conference Champion and Captain of the Year (2016-17)…  2016 Queensland U18 Singles State Finalist… 2x Queensland U18 Doubles State Champion (2015-16)… #17 Ranked Player in the country for 2000… #5 Ranked Player in Queensland for 2000… #1150 ITF Junior World Ranking… Doubles win over ATP #124 in doubles


Bryn Nahrung was born on July 19, 2000… ran track and was a swimmer and played rugby, cricket and basketball growing up…son of Boyce and Mandy Nahrung… majoring in finance