2010-11: Finished the year with a 2-5 singles record and a 9-16 doubles record ... had an 8-12 record in doubles this spring ... was 7-10 at No. 3 doubles with Raphael Pfister, 1-1 at No. 3 doubles with Gabriel Wanderley and 0-1 at No. 2 doubles with Raony Carvalho ... finished in the fall with a 2-5 record in singles and doubles 0-3 with Pfister.
2009-10: Finished the year with a record of 5-3 in singles and 9-7 in doubles (fall and spring combined) ... had a 1-1 record in singles at No. 6 and was 7-5 at No. 3 doubles with Vitor Manzini in the spring ... was 4-2 in the fall in singles and is 2-2 in doubles with Raphael Pfister ... competed in The Racquet Club Collegiate Invitational and the ITA Regionals.
2008-09: Was a regular in the Tech singles and doubles lineup in his first season as a Red Raider ... finished the fall with a 5-4 overall record in singles and 0-2 in doubles with Escobar ... began the season winning three of his first four matches at the Baylor HEB Invitational and Midland Racquet Club Invitational ... faced only one ranked opponent in singles, No. 59 Victor Kolik of Tulsa where Gonzalez fell, 6-3, 6-3 ... in doubles action, he and Escobar fell to one ranked opponent, No. 45 Chris Chirico and Wil Spencer of Texas A&M ... during the spring went 3-6 overall in singles playing the No. 5 (0-3) and No. 6 (3-3) positions ... was 0-2 at home, 1-2 on the road, and 2-2 at neutral sites ... after starting the season with wins in three of his first five matches, finished with four-consecutive losses ... was 0-4 in conference play ... teamed with Gonzalo Escobar to form Tech's winningest duo ... tandem went 16-5 in duals, playing primarily the bottom position ... tandem was 5-0 at home, 4-3 on the road, and 7-2 at neutral sites ... went 4-0 in Big 12 play with Escobar ... duo ended season winning 10-consecutive matches ... was 0-3 when teaming with anyone but Escobar.
At University of the Pacific: Named Big West Conference Freshman of the Year ... was named player of the month once ... was a All-Big West Singles' selection ... held a 15-4 record during his freshman season ... played from mostly the No. 2 position where he compiled a 9-6 record ... led the team in singles' victories for the season.
Amateur Experience: Captured the Eddie Herr Prince Cup doubles' trophy ... was a part of two world cups with Ecuador national teams ... career-high in the ATP Singles' Rankings 966 ... was a finalist in the Orange Bowl Junior Tournament in doubles 2004.
Personal: Born on December 2, 1987 ... his parents are Francisco Gonzalez and Marisabel Palau ... has two sisters, Denisse and Domenica ... graudated from Logos High School in Ecuador ... enjoys paintball and playing soccer ... majoring in business.
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