Senior (2016-17): As a senior, he had an overall record of 2-4 in singles and 7-14 in doubles play … throughout the spring, he went 0-2 in singles and 4-12 in doubles … mostly played at the No, 1 doubles position alongside Roko Glasnovic … On March 18, the duo had a 6-2 win over an 11th-ranked pair from No. 41 Rice.
Junior (2015-16): Throughout his junior year, he had an overall record of 4-4 in singles and 10-2 in doubles … in dual matches, he went 0-1 in singles play and 1-0 in doubles … singles: opened tournament season with two straight three-set victories … played at the No. 4 position against Buffalo, falling, 6-4, 6-4 … doubles: won in the final at the Ivy Plus Tournament … defeated Buffalo, 7-6(7-0), at No. 2 with Roko Glasnovic.
Sophomore (2014-15): Was a staple at the No. 3 and 4 singles positions … went 8-12 and picked up big wins against Princeton and Yale throughout conference season … mostly played at No. 3 doubles with either Sam Todd or Ciro Riccardi and ended up with a record of 7-13 … was awarded the team's Hard Hat Commitment Award.
Freshman (2013-14): Wrapped up his first season with the Big Green with a record of 14-5 in singles play and 8-10 in doubles action … mainly played in the No. 5 and 6 spots for singles and 2 and 3 positions for doubles … made an appearance in the No. 2 spot against Boston University, a match he won by a score of 6-1, 6-3 … went 4-1 in Ivy League singles action … paired up with Chris Kipouras for the majority of his doubles matches.
Before Dartmouth: Diego Pedraza attended Pendleton School in Bradenton, Florida … previous successes include a championship at the Colombian Copa Barranquilla Tournament and a finals finish at the American Orange Bowl U16 Tournament … named the student-athlete of the year at the Pendleton School in 2012.
Personal: Diego Pedraza is the son of Jaime Pedraza and Nicoletta Novak and has one sister and one brother.