Ziad Melhaoui
Ziad Melhaoui
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Meknes, Morocco
High School: Paul Valery High School

2018-2019: Appeared in 20 singles matches for the Tars, going 8-10 predominantly in the third position… picked up one win against a nationally ranked player, with two wins against regionally ranked opposition… reached as high as No. 21 in the ITA Singles Rankings… went 12-8 in the first doubles position, playing with three different partners… reached as high as No. 9 in the ITA National Doubles Rankings with Andrea Brignacca… ended the year with three wins over nationally ranked doubles pairs… ranked at No. 19 in the final ITA National Doubles poll, with Brignacca… named to the Spring Rollins Athletic Director’s Honor Roll… selected to the Spring SSC Commissioner’s Honor Roll.

2017-2018: Played in 11 singles matches and 15 doubles matches for the Tars… played in the third, fourth, fifth, and sixth singles spots, earning a 3-8 mark… went 5-10 overall in doubles play, seeing time on all three courts… went 5-7 with Atakan Gezer, including a win over a regionally ranked foe… named to both the Fall and Spring Athletic Director’s Honor Rolls... earned a spot on the Spring Conference Commissioner's Honor Roll

2016-2017: Earned a 10-11 singles record on the year… saw action in the second, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth spots, primarily playing in the fourth… tallied one win against regionally ranked competition… went 11-12 in doubles play, in the second and third positions.

2015-2016: Went 6-1 in singles for the Tars… played in the fifth and sixth positions… compiled a 4-0 mark in SSC play… combined with Patrick Sell to reach a 9-7 mark in doubles play… the pair defeated Luca Corigliano and Lorenzo Montegiorgi of No. 8 Concordia 8-4 on March 8... Spring Athletic Director's Honor Roll. 

High School: Attended Paul Valery High School… the 2016 Under 18 Moroccan Vice Champion… has been ranked as high as No. 1 in Morocco for his age… also played handball and soccer

Personal: Son of Souade and Mohammed… has two brothers, Othmane and Amine, and one sister, Basma… majoring in international business