Francesc Aulina

Francesc  Aulina

RS Senior

Barcelona, Spain

Last College:
Virginia Tech

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 162


Aces In The Classroom

Francesc Aulina and Tyler Pate were named ITA Scholar-Athletes.


Espindola, Aulina Honored by The American

Francesc Aulina earns All-Conference honors; Inaki Espindola named Freshman of the Year


Knights Celebrate at Swords Awards

UCF held its annual end-of-the-year banquet


ECU Tops UCF at C-USA Championship to Conclude Season

The Knights will enter the Athletic American Conference next season.


Knights Set Sight on Conference USA Title

UCF looks to seek its first title in its last C-USA Championship

- Recorded a 9-10 singles record in the spring
- Played a majority of the season at the number one position
- Pulled the Knights even with Butler, sparking four consecutive singles wins against the Bulldogs to claim the match.
- Held a lead at No. 1 singles against USF's Roberto Cid, who was ranked No. 22, when the match was called
- Was leading No. 51 Connor Glennon when UCF's match against No. 46 Memphis ended

- Named to the All-American Athletic Conference First Team
- Recorded a team best 14-5 singles record in the spring
- Went 9-1 at the number three position, 4-2 at number two, and 1-2 at number one
- Finished the year 10-7 in doubles action, going 10-5 at the number two spot
- Won six straight singles matches during the middle of the season, including straight sets victories against No. 64 Buffalo, No. 27 Penn State, and No. 55 UNC Wilmington
- Also picked up wins against ranked teams No. 55 Miami and No. 68 Georgia State
- Teamed with Matthew Gladstone for much of the doubles campaign
- Triumphed in doubles with Gladstone against No. 55 Miami, No. 68 Georgia State, and No. 64 Buffalo

- Recorded a team best 13-5 singles record and closed the season 8-1
- Teamed with Pedro Wagner at the No. 2 spot, to edge No. 32 Florida State's (1/12) Reed and Davis 8-7
- Dominated William Albanese of No. 60 Miami (2/1) 6-2, 6-2 for his first singles victory of the season
- Along with Mario Samson, dominated No. 75 Louisiana-Lafayette's (2/12) Wynan and Farinola 8-1
- Battled back from a second-set defeat to win a super-set tiebreaker, 6-2, 4-6,(11-9), against Andranik Khachatryan of No. 36 San Diego State (3/5)
- Rallied back to win a super-set tiebreaker and defeat Matt Ford, 4-6, 6-3, (10-3) at the No. 5 slot to preserve the victory over Cleveland State (3/10)
- Beat Marquette's (3/15) Javier Varela Vernani, 6-1, 6-4 in less than an hour
- Handled Kyle Berman of No.33 Cornell (3/20), 6-3, 6-4
- Won five consecutive matches in the month of March (3/5-20) and 10 of his last 12 overall contests
- Won a decisive superset tiebreaker in the third set to defeat USF's (4/14) Juan Carlos Acuna, 6-2, 2-6, 7-6
- Destroyed Dimitri Pippos of (4/12) No. 45 Middle Tennessee, 6-0, 6-1
- Surged back to knockoff ECU's (4/18) Patriek Wolterbeek, 2-6, 6-1, 6-1, at the C-USA Championship to complete a three-match winning streak
- Defeated Tristian Jackson of Tulsa 1-6, 6-4, 7-5 at the USTA Clay Court Invitational in the fall
- Joined Pedro Wagner for an 8-6 victory over Barry's Romain Costamagna and Kevin Sielmann at the FGCU Fall Invitational

- Missed the entire spring season due to an injury
- Posted a 4-6 singles mark in the fall
- Recorded first win as a Knight with a 6-2, 2-6, 6-4 triumph over USF's Federico Sabogal at the Gator Invitational
- At the State of Florida Championships, defeated Florida State's Jason Zafiros, 6-2, 6-4
- Concluded the fall with a 7-6, 6-2 win over Nikolas Zogaj of Arkansas at the UCF Invitational

Prior to UCF
- Competed for Virginia Tech in the spring of 2011
- Recorded a 3-4 mark in singles play
- Competed in singles play at the 2008 and 2009 Masters of Catalunya
- Team won the Catalunya title in 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007 and 2008
- Won the C.T. Harcina in 2008
- Was a member of the runner-up team in 2004 and 2005 at the Team Tournament of Spain

- Born in Olot, Spain
- Son of Pere Aulina and Mariona Fajula