Fall 2008: Opened the fall ranked 19th in singles and 15th in doubles ... Advanced to three tournament singles finals ... Knocked off three top-10 opponents in the process - including the No. 1 player in the nation - Oleksandr Nedovyesov of Oklahoma State ... Agostinelli also defeated John-Patrick Smith of Tennessee, a 2008 NCAA singles finalist, twice ... Battled four top-ten players on six separate occasions during fall, compiling a 3-3 record ... Won Southern Intercollegiate Championships doubles title with partner Brad Cox to open the season.
Spring 2008: Named to the SEC All-Conference team and the SEC Academic All-Conference team ... Advanced to the the NCAA singles and doubles championships at year's end ... Captured his third consecutive season of 20 or more singles wins ... Rated as high as the No. 19 player in the country ... Knocked off 14 ranked opponents during the season ... Led the team in wins, playing in the No. 1 singles slot ... Racked up eight wins in the grueling SEC doubles play, partnering with freshman Brad Cox ... Top wins came over No. 12 Treat Huey of Virginia and No. 16 Matthias Wellerman of Ole Miss.
Fall 2007: Entered fall season ranked 44th in fall ITA pre-season rankings...Led the team in fall wins with nine ... Had an overall record of 9-4 .... Faced 10 ranked opponents going 6-4 ...Defeated No. 2 Steven Moneke at All-American Chamionships and second time in eight months...Finalist at Fluitt Invitational...Advanced to Wilson/ITA Southeast Regional doubles semifinals with Brad Cox and singles quarterfinals.
Spring 2007: Named to the SEC All-Conference team and the SEC Academic All-Conference team ... Captured his second consecutive season of 20 or more singles wins ... Rated as high as the No. 59 player in the country ... Defeated the nation's top rated player in Ohio State's Steve Moneke ... Named SEC Player of the Week Feb. 19 ... Knocked off five ranked opponents during the season ... Led the team in wins, playing in the No. 1 singles slot ... Racked up four wins in the grueling SEC doubles play, partnering with classmate Kenny Hodge ... Conference wins came over Alabama's No. 56 Joseph Jung, South Carolina's Yevgeny Supeko and Vanderbilt's No. 46 Ryan Preston.
Fall 2006: Began his sophomore campaign much like his freshman campaign, as he led the team in fall wins with eight ... Had an overall record of 8-5 .... Defeated three ranked opponents ... Concluded fall play thundering his way to the singles championship match in the Florida State Invitational.
Spring 2006: Named the 2006 Southeastern Conference Freshman of the Year ... Notched 14 wins in his spring campaign ... During the season was ranked as high as the No. 32 singles player in the nation ... Played primarily in the No. 1 and No. 2 singles spot ... Recorded a 6-7 doubles record with redshirt freshman Kenny Hodge ... Charted a 4-8 SEC record playing against opposing school's top players ... Agostinelli's conference victories came against Tennessee's Bobby Cameron, Alabama's No. 75 Joseph Jung, Auburn's No. 123 Alex Schweizer and Vanderbilt's Andy Mack ... Concluded the season ranked as the fourth-highest singles player in his class.
Fall 2005: Led the team with 11 victories ... Won the first seven matches of his collegiate career ... Captured the A2 Singles Flight bracket at the Middle Tennessee State Fall Invitational ... Reached the quarterfinals of the Wilson/ITA Southeast Regional Championships by defeating Florida's Greg Ouellette 6-4, 7-5.
Juniors: Competed in the under 12 Orange Bowl and finished fifth ... Won the under 14 National Indoors ... Finished No. 15 in the world in the under 14 ranking.
Personal: Parents are Bruno Sr. and Cindy Agostinelli ... Sister Gianluca (17)...Born April 1, 1987...Kinesiology major.