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Became the first player in school history to win the ITA Northwest Regional singles title during the fall…advanced to the quarterfinals of the USTA/ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Tennis Championship…named the Big Sky Conference MVP for the third straight year, becoming the first player in school history and third in league history to earn MVP honors three times…also named the Sacramento State’s Senior Male Athlete of the Year…named first team all-conference all four years of his career…recipient of Big Sky Player of the Week honors twice…finished 23-3 in dual singles play (all at No. 1 in the Hornets’ lineup), which included a 23-match winning streak that was snapped in the first round of the NCAA Tournament by the top ranked player in the nation (USC's Steve Johnson)…of his 23 singles wins, 19 came in straight sets…went 14-6 in doubles play…became the highest ranked singles player in school history when he began the year as the 16th ranked player in the nation (now ranked 29th)…finished the 2010 season on a 25-match winning streak and has won 48 of his last 51 singles matches dating back to last season…went 3-3 against nationally ranked players, including a three-set win over 22nd-ranked Sebastian Fanselow of Pepperdine...finishes career with a career dual-match singles record of 88-14, and 66-26 in doubles.
Named Big Sky Conference MVP for the second straight season, and first team all-conference for the third consecutive year after completing arguably the greatest season in school history…also a second team academic all-district selection as announced by CoSIDA (College Sports Information Directors of America)…finished the season with a school-record 25-match singles winning streak despite being the team’s No. 1 player…went 26-1 in dual play with his only loss coming in a third-set super tiebreaker to seventh-ranked Stanford’s Alex Clayton on Jan. 23…ranked as high as 40th in the nation by the ITA during the season, he finished the year ranked 104th…became the first Sacramento State men’s tennis player in program history to qualify for the NCAA Singles Championship where he fell in the first round to Tulsa’s Marcelo Arevalo, 7-6 (8), 6-2…of his 26 victories, 24 came in straight sets…each of his final 13 singles wins came in straight sets…counting the NCAA Tournament, he went 2-1 against ranked competition, including straight-set victories over then 21st-ranked Ashley Watling (Tulsa) and then 44th-ranked Anton Bobytskyi (Oklahoma State)…went 18-0 in the No. 1 slot of the team’s lineup, and 8-1 at No. 2…also 19-9 in doubles play, including 13-5 with Marko Starcevic and 6-4 with Anton Stryhas…was ranked by the ITA with both partners during the season…named Big Sky Player of the Week on four occasions.
Named Big Sky Conference MVP after going 21-5 in singles play, including 18-3 at No. 1 and 3-2 at No. 2...became the fifth Hornet men’s tennis player to receive MVP accolades, joining Anton Stryhas (2008), Xavier Barajas-Smith (2007), Sherif Zaher (2001-02) and Jason Weiss (1998)...ranked as high as 94th in the nation during the spring...four of his five singles losses came against players ranked among the top 34 players in the nation...lost to only one unranked player all season...had won 10 consecutive singles matches until falling in the first round of the NCAA Tournament to Stanford's Bradley Klahn (who was ranked 34th)...Harbatsiuk and teammate Anton Stryhas became the first Sacramento State tandem to advance to the NCAA Doubles Championships...in the NCAA postseason tournament, the duo reached the second round (Round of 16) after upsetting second-ranked and No. 3 seed Neal Skupski and Michael Venus of LSU by the score of 7-6 (9), 7-6 (5)...lost in the second round of the tournament to North Carolina's Clay Donato and Taylor Fogleman (ranked 17th in the nation) by the score of 6-3, 7-6 (3)...Harbatsiuk/Stryhas went 15-7 in dual matches (all at No. 1 in the Hornets' lineup), and were ranked as high as 30th in the nation during the spring.
A first team all-Big Sky Conference selection after posting an 18-5 singles record, including 8-4 at No. 1 and 10-1 at No. 2 in the Hornets’ lineup...he was a perfect 10-0 against Big Sky opposition, and finished the year winning his last five and 10 of his final 11 matches of the season...also teamed with Anton Stryhas to go 18-4 in doubles play (all at the No. 1 doubles spot)...combined, Harbatsiuk, who was one of three freshmen on the Hornets’ roster, went 33-12 in singles and doubles during the year...combined to post an 8-1 singles record against Big Sky opposition (including playoffs)...overall, including the fall season, he went 26-10 in singles play, and 23-7 in doubles action.
Graduated from High School #182 in Minsk, Belarus, in 2006…was the Belarus U18 national champion in 2006…earned the No. 1 ranking in Belarus in 2006 for players under-18…was ranked 15th in the Belarussian men's rankings in 2006.
Born Feb. 4, 1988…a business major…parents are Yury and Irina Harbatsiuk.