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Maros Horny

Maros  Horny


Zlate Moravce, Slovakia

High School:
Comenius University



Transferred to the University of Maryland in the summer of 2010.

2009-10 (Sophomore)...
Wrapped second season in Waco with a 18-8 record ... Produced a 10-2 mark in dual-match action playing mostly in the bottom half of the lineup ... Went 3-1 at the Sherwood Cup ... Saw action in 10 of Baylor's first 12 matches going 7-2 to open the season ... Was in the lineup for only three of the next 19 matches for the Bears, but won all three ... Enjoyed the most doubles wins on the team with a 25-15 tally ... Had a 17-11 mark in dual match play with six partners ... Ranked with Jordan Rux in all 11 ITA rankings en route to a 9-6 mark ... Pairing reached as high as No. 11 in the rankings ... Played all three spots, but found most success with Sergio Ramirez at the No. 3 spot ... The tandem was 6-2 overall, but 4-0 in conference play to earn a Big 12 position title ... Also ranked with Denes Lukacs in nine of the 11 polls ... Tandem peaked at No. 44 ... Duo finished 6-3 and 5-2 in dual match competition ... Concluded fall play with a 5-5 singles record and a 6-3 doubles mark ... Won the doubles title at the Baylor Invitational with Jordan Rux ... Won at least one match in all four tournaments he competed in ... Advanced to the quarterfinals of the Midland Invitational before falling to No. 22 Bruno Rosa of Rice ... Three of his five losses were to ranked opponents all in the top 50 ... Named to the Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll for the fall and spring semesters ... One of six Bears to be listed by the ITA as a Scholar-Athlete.

2008-09 (Freshman)
Enrolled in classes at Baylor in January 2009 and quickly found success as Baylor's No. 6 singles player ... Completed spring season with a 22-6 singles record and a 5-1 record in conference competition ... Enjoyed a 13-2 singles streak spanning from March 4 - April 25 ... Partnered with Denes Lukacs (16-6), Dominik Mueller (3-2) and David Galic (0-2) to finish with a a 19-10 doubles record while playing at all three doubles spots ... Named to the spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll.

Prior to Baylor ...
Spent eight years in the Skovakia national team system ... 2006 Under 18 Slovak junior singles champion ... Three-time Under 18 Slovak junior doubles champion ... 2005 ITF Bratislava singles finalist and doubles champion ... 2005 ITF Frydlant doubles champion ... 2006 ITF Grade 1 Prerov doubles semifinalist ... Attended Comenius University in Bratislav, Slovakia for one year (2007-08) ... 2006 graduate of Gymnasium Janka Krala.

Born July 14, 1988, in Zlate' Moravce, Slovakia ... Son of Julius and Anna Horny of Zlate' Moravce, Slovakia ... Is the youngest of four children, siblings include Lubos, Henrieta and Helena ... History (Napoleonic Wars, American Civil War, WWII), sleeping, NBA and NHL ... Favorite sports team is the New York Rangers ... Business finance major ... First name is prounounced Mah-ROSH. First name procounced Mah-ROSH.

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