Julian Dehn  
Julian Dehn

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Traben-Trabach, Germany

High School:
Karthause Gymnasium

Height:
5-10


05/31/2012

149 Gopher Student-Athletes Earn Academic All-Big Ten Honors

Minnesota's Total is up from 123 Following the 2011 Spring Seasons

05/11/2012

Gophers Come Up Short Against Tulsa

Minnesota drops 4-2 decision in first round of NCAA tournament

05/10/2012

Gophers Face Tulsa In NCAA Tournament

Minnesota is playing in its fourth consecutive NCAA tournament

05/08/2012

Annual Awards Handed Out, Bonin Named MVP

Dehn honored with Unsung Player of the Year award and Team Spirit award

04/27/2012

Minnesota Upset By Indiana In Big Ten Tournament

Gophers fall 4-3 in tournament quarterfinals

05/10/2012

G:60 - Julian Dehn

Gopher tennis player Julian Dehn is featured in this G:60.

10/18/2011

Julian Dehn

Julian Dehn Action Photos

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2011-12 • SENIOR SEASON: Had a 9-4 singles record and a 5-5 doubles record in the fall • Named Big Ten Player of the Week on 11/16 • Was 2-1 against ranked opponents in the fall, beating No. 121 Yannick Weihs of Denver and No. 68 Chris Thiemann of Mississippi • Went 3-1 at the Gopher Invitational (11/3-6) and at the Dick Vitale Lakewood Ranch Intercollegiate Clay Court Classic in Lakewood Ranch, Fla. to reach the tournament's semifinals • Was 4-1 in three-set matches • Went 3-2 with Rok Bonin as the 22nd-ranked doubles combination in the country, including a 3-1 run at the USTA/ITA Central Regional Championships in Tulsa, Okla. (10/22-24).

2010-11 • JUNIOR SEASON: Went 28-6 in doubles (16-1 with Rok Bonin, 10-5 with Brendan Ruddock, 1-0 with Eddie Svenda and 1-0 with Tobias Wernet) to set a new program record for doubles wins in a season • Went 10-4 in singles play in the fall season • Won all but one match in each fall tournament he played in • Reached the semifinals in a field of 64 players of the Big Ten Indoor Tournament, defeating Brian Alden of Illinois, Billy Bertha of Wisconsin, and Josh MacTaggert and Isade Juneau of Indiana (10/30-31) • Reached consolation draw final at Lakewood Ranch Clay Court Classic defeating No. 96 Carl Sundberg on the way (11/12-14) • Played with 4 doubles partners in the fall, going 10-2 on the season • Finished the fall by defeating Andrew Butz and Michael Alford of Florida 9-8 (3) in the final match of the Lakewood Ranch Classic doubles finals partnered with Rok Bonin (11/14) • Had a 13-8 singles record and was 16-4 in doubles in the spring • Played in every match for the Gophers at either the No. 5 or 6 spot • Was 10-3 at No. 6 • Won 10 of 13 matches from 1/29 to 4/2 • Saw action at all three doubles positions during the spring, going 8-2 in Big Ten play (2-2 with Brendan Ruddock and 6-0 with Rok Bonin) • Had an impressive 8-1 doubles record when paired with Bonin (finished season ranked No. 76) and was 8-3 with Ruddock • Won final nine doubles matches overall, including two wins over ranked opponents • On 4/17, teamed with Bonin to defeat 66th-ranked Chase Buchanan and Shuhei Uzawa of Ohio State 8-4, becoming one of three Big Ten doubles twosomes to beat an OSU doubles pair all season • Played in each of team's tournament matches at No. 6 • Beat Wisconsin's Alex Robles in straight sets in quarterfinals and locked up semifinal match against Indiana with a 6-2, 6-4 triumph over Dimitrige Tasic • Championship match against 74th-ranked Devin McCarthy of Ohio State was abandoned after Dehn won first set in a tiebreaker because of match completion. • Won doubles matches against Wisconsin 8-5 (quarterfinals) and Indiana 8-6 (semifinals) before having championship rematch against Buchanan and Uzawa abandoned • Fell at sixth singles in three sets to David Ayoun of Fresno State in the first round of the NCAA tournament • Match at second singles with Julian Dehn against Fresno State in the first round of the NCAA tournament was abandoned.








2009-10 • SOPHOMORE SEASON: Received team's Len Bailey Grit and Determination Award • Totaled a 7-9 singles mark and 16-14 doubles record • Opened the Big Ten indoors (10/30-11/2) with a win over Wisconsin's Varun Chari 7-6, 6-2 and also won a pair of consolation matches • Teamed with Derek Peterson for three straight wins to capture the flight A consolation title at the Big Ten indoors, beating Michael Sicora and Phillip Arndt 8-4 in the finals • Joined Peterson for a 2-1 doubles mark at the Harvard Invitational (10/9-11) • Won eight of first ten spring doubles matches with Dino Bilankov, including a 9-8 (7-4) win over 60th-ranked Dennis Nevolo and Johnny Hamui of Illinois (4/10) • Tandem went 9-6 together, including a 5-4 Big Ten record • Went 0-3 with Tobias Wernet at the number one flight in the Big Ten Tournament (4/30) and NCAA Regional (5/14-15), losing to No. 14 Moritz Baumann and Marek Michalicka of Wisconsin and 6th-ranked Dimitar Kutrovsky and Josh Zavala of Texas.

2008-09 FRESHMAN SEASON: Went 22-15 in singles and 15-11 in doubles as a regular contributor to the lineup • Posted a 5-4 record in Big Ten play • Primarily played Nos. 5 and 6 singles and Nos. 2 and 3 doubles • Finished 5-3 in three-set matches, winning his last four • Posted a 6-2, 6-3 win over New Mexico's Phil Anderson at No.5 singles and teamed with Sebastian Gallego for a No. 2 doubles win in NCAA tournament (5/8) • Opened the season with three straight victories to qualify for the ITA Midwest Regional main draw • Reached the consolation championship of Big Ten Singles championships (10/31-11/2), losing to Michigan's George Navas 6-2, 6-3 • Went 1-2 in the prestigious Sherwood Cup tournament in California (1/16-19) and played doubles with Ishay Hadash • Won his final five singles matches of the regular season • Opened the dual meet season with six straight doubles wins with Gallego.

PRIOR TO MINNESOTA: Attended Gymnasium auf der Karthause • Coaches were Bijan Wardjawand and Uli Sprenglewski • Captured German under-16 indoor national championship in 2005 • Claimed German under-18 indoor national doubles title in 2007 • Ranked No. 131 overall player in Germany through summer of 2007 • Took title at Rhineland-Palatine championships in 2007 • Runner-up at international tournament in Switzerland in 2005 • Team captured bronze at 2005 high school world championships • Attended under-16 national team camp.

PERSONAL: Accepted into Carlson School of Management • Son of Josef and Elisabeth Dehn • Born March 3, 1989.