Miguel Alvarez-Hevia
Miguel Alvarez-Hevia
Height: 5-10
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Asturias, Spain
High School: IES El Piles
Previous College: Univ. of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Major: Business

AS A JUNIOR (2016-17)
HONORS - SSC Commissioner's Honor Roll; Team MVP
... FALL 2016: posted a 4-3 record ... won #2 Flight of the Florida Tech Fall Invitational with two wins ... went 2-1 at Mercer Gridiron Classic ... teamed with Fabian Lundberg to post a 3-3 record in doubles ... the duo went 2-1 at the Florida Tech Invitational ... SPRING 2017: led squad with a 14-6 record ... went 11-4 at #5 singles; 1-0 at #3 and 2-2 at #2 ... posted a 5-2 record in Sunshine State Conference action ... won six consecutive matches from Feb. 27 to March 10 and had four straight wins from March 13 to March 25 ... combined with Laurent Mailloux to split 20 matches in doubles play ... was 9-10 at #1 doubles and 1-0 at #3 ... was also 0-1 with Jose de Sario at #1 doubles ... FSC CAREER (thru 2017): 26-17 in singles and 21-24 in doubles over two seasons.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2015-16) 
HONORS - ITA Scholar-Athlete; SSC Commissioner's Honor Roll ... FALL 2015: posted a 3-4 record … was 1-1 at the ITA South Regional Tournament and Mercer Gridiron Classic and 2-2 at the Grizzly Open … played with three doubles partners (Jose de Sario, Fabian Lundberg, and Laurent Mailloux), recording a 1-1 mark with each player … SPRING 2016: 12-9 overall record and 3-3 in the SSC … was 0-1 at #2, 6-3 at #3, and 6-5 at #4 … posted a 2-1 record vs. a regionally ranked opponent.

Transferred to FSC from the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (formerly the University of Texas-Pan American) ... Played tennis as a freshman in 2014-15 at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley for coach Brandon Stokes ... posted a 9-9 record in singles and was 6-9 in doubles ... played primarily at the No. 4 spot in singles as he was 6-3 and went 2-6 at the No. 5 spot and 1-0 at the No. 3 spot ... in doubles, was 5-6 at the No. 3 spot and 1-3 at the No. 2 spot in the line-up ... defeated Kansas City's Conner Edwards (6-4, 7-5) at No. 5 singles in the semifinal round of the WAC Tournament ... during the fall tournament season, he went 2-2 in singles and 2-4 in doubles.

2014 graduate of IES El Piles in Gijon, Spain ... also attended IES Ortega y Gasset ... finished as runner-up in doubles at the Spain Championships in the U-12 Division and won the Spain Championships in the U-13 Division ... while competing in the U-14 Division, finished runner-up in doubles in the Spain Championships and was part of a team that won the Spain Championships in the U-16 Division ... earned a national ranking as high as 122. 

Son of Ignacio Alvarez-Hevia and Susana Aguire Gomez Corta ... lists soccer and tennis as his hobbies.