Arizona State (2003-04): Played in the No.1, 2, 3 and 4 positions ... posting 13 singles and 12 doubles victories ... went 8-3 over first 11 matches of the season ... defeated No. 18 Chris Lam of UCLA in straight sets to help seal upset victory over the Bruins ... advanced to the Round of 16 at the Pac-10 Championships ... won NCAA Regional match against Octavian Nicodim of Louisville.
(2002-2003): Limited in play due to injury ... played at the No. 1, 2 and 3 positions ... posted six singles wins and six doubles wins.
(2001-2002): Played at the No. 2, 3 and 4 slots, mainly at the No. 3 where he posted a 11-7 record ... tallied a 16-11 overall singles mark and a 12-10 dual record ... played at the No. 2 doubles slot with a 13-7 dual record ... recorded a 7-5 doubles record in the Pac-10.
High School/Junior: A 2000 graduate of the Peninsula School in Melbourne, Australia ... two-time captain of the team ... highest ITF singles ranking (73) ... highest ITT doubles ranking (48) ... set school record by winning the school championships five consecutive times ... won the (ITF Junior) Jakarta Open ... runner up in the (ITF Junior) Philippines Open ... played in two Grand Slam Juniors Australian Open and Wimbledon ... quarterfinalist at Wimbledon in junior doubles.
Personal: Major is interdisciplinary studies ... enjoys skateboarding ... parents are Cathy (WTA 180) and Cliff Letcher (ATP 52) of Melbourne ... both mother and father were professional tennis players with world rankings ... father played Davis Cup tennis for Austria ... has one younger brother, Chris and one younger sister, Sophie ... born January 9, 1983 in Melbourne ... full name is Clinton Charles Letcher.