2011-12 FRESHMAN SEASON: Led Minnesota with a 23-11 overall record (12-8 in dual matches and 11-3 in fall tournaments) Was 17-11 overall in doubles (14-7 in dual matches and 3-4 in fall tournaments) Went 7-4 in the Big Ten, while playing all his matches at No. 2 singles Was named Big Ten Freshman of the Year, becoming the fourth Gopher to receive the honor and the first since Harsh Mankad in 2000 Teammates voted him to the winner of the Len Bailey award, which is presented to the player who shows the most grit and determination Between the fall and spring, Toledo played in 17 matches that needed three sets and he was 11-6 in those matches He defeated three top-30 opponents in the fall and posted two more wins against ranked foes in the spring, including a 6-4, 5-7, 6-0 win versus No. 31 Roy Kalmanovich of Illinois (4/1) Found the most doubles success with Juan Pablo Ramirez, as they went 13-4 in dual matches Duo was 3-4 at No. 2 doubles and 10-0 at the third position (began the spring season 10-0 before moving up to the second position) Combined to go 9-2 in Big Ten play with Ramirez.
PRIOR TO MINNESOTA: Attended Gymnasium auf der Karthause in Germany, playing with former Gophers Tobias Wernet and Julian Dehn Placed second in the German national school championships Came in third at the U16 and U18 German championships Competed in 2010 Australian Junior Open Won of two ITF Grade Four indoor championships in Oslo, Norway and was runner-up of the ITF Grade Four in Hamburg, Germany Also competed for the Sportpark Windhagen club team.
PERSONAL: Plans to major in international business Also enjoys playing soccer Son of Meike and Raul-Enrique Toledo Born May 5, 1992.