Nima Roshan
177 lbs.
Last School
Fresno State
Roster Years


  • Nima learned to play tennis by watching his brother and father play in Australia
  • He looks up to Patrick Rafter
  • Loves to play tennis to please the crowd

Before BYU

  • Transfer from Fresno State University
  • 40 ranked junior in the country in 2002
  • 5th ranked junior in Southern California in 2002
  • Member of the Jr. Davis Cup team for Southern California


Year Singles Doubles
2003-04 20-16 19-16
2004-05 16-15 19-12
2005-06 6-7 9-3
Career 42-38 47-31
BYU Hall of Fame

Freshman Year

Sophmore Year 2003-2004

  • First year was a big success
  • Played the majority of the season playing four singles
  • Posted 20 singles wins on the season
Junior Year 2004-2005

  • Made the jump from playing No. 4 singles last year to Playing No. 1 singles and doubles this year for BYU
  • Named to the ALL-MWC Singles and Doubles teams
  • Posted a 16-15 singles record and a 19-12 doubles record
Senior Year 2005-2006

  • Played first match of the season against Utah after sitting out most of the season with a shoulder injury
  • Went 2-0 in his debut, clinching a 6-2, 5-7, 6-4 singles victory over Nick Coutts and teaming with Dominik Kaufhold to score an 8-6 doubles victory
  • Posted an overall 6-6 record in singles
  • Went a perfect 4-0 in doubles with partner Jose Lechuga during the regular season
  • Selected to compete in the Polo Ralph Lauren All-American Tennis Championships in both singles and doubles, teaming with long-time partner Jose Lechuga
  • 2005 Student Athlete Academic Center Scholar Athlete
Graduate Year

Redshirt Year

Medical Redshirt Year