|City/State:||La Paz, Bolivia|
|High School:||Colesol Saint Germain|
2016 ITA Doubles All-American
2016 LSWA All-Louisiana Men’s Tennis Second Team
2015 ITA Doubles All-American
SENIOR SEASON (2015-16)
Compiled a 16-15 overall singles record, including a 12-10 dual season record… Clinched the match against Rice in the first round of the NCAA Tournament with a 4-6, 6-3, 7-6(8-6) victory over David Warren … Played the majority of his matches on court four … Picked up wins over Arkansas, Alabama, Vanderbilt, South Carolina, Kentucky and Tennessee … Had two separate three-match win streaks … Went 23-12 in doubles and had a 16-11 record with partner Jordan Daigle on court one to finish the season ranked No. 13 in the ITA rankings … Named an ITA All-American for the second consecutive season … Notched two wins against the top-ranked doubles team in the nation after defeating Florida’s Gordon Watson and Diego Hidalgo and Georgia’s Austin Smith and Ben Wagland … Had two wins over top-20 ranked opponents and collected seven total with Daigle over the last two seasons … Reached the second round of the NCAA Doubles Championships for the second-straight season after defeating 25th-ranked Shawn Hadavi and Richard Pham of Columbia, 6-3, 6-2 … Graduated in May 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in general business … Earned his fourth varsity letter.
JUNIOR SEASON (2014-15)
A consistent performer for the Tigers, Boris Arias showed he is a player to watch heading into his senior season…Played the majority of his matches on court four…Enjoyed a red-hot start as he had a streak of 35 consecutive games without a loss across both doubles and singles play between Jan. 31 and Feb. 7…Went on to earn a 25-10 singles record on the season…Finished the season tied for the second most wins on the team…Part of the No. 14 doubles team along with partner Jordan Daigle…the duo earned six victories over teams ranked in the top fifty, including three wins in the top eight…Finished with a 14-9 doubles record … Earned his third varsity letter.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2013-14)
Spent most of the season ranked in doubles with partner Chris Simpson … Entered the first dual season rankings at No. 60 in doubles and moved as high as No. 20 during the season … Picked up three ranked doubles wins with Simpson over pairs from Michigan, Liberty and George Washington … Went 11-11 in singles and 13-10 in doubles during the dual season, while participating in all but two dual matches … Spent most of the season on courts 2 and 3 in singles and court 1 in doubles … Earned an 8-6 record in singles, while going 11-4 in doubles during tournament play … Clinched the dual match against Southern Miss with a 6-2, 6-2 win on court 4 … Reached the ITA Southern Regional doubles finals and 2013 SEC Fall Classic doubles quarterfinals with Simpson … Went on a five-match win streak in doubles from February 8 to February 28 … Went 21-10 in doubles with Simpson … Earned his second varsity letter.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2012-13)
Went 9-6 in singles and 9-11 in doubles dual match play … Appeared for the majority of the season on Courts 5 and 6 in singles and Court 3 in doubles … Partnered with Olivier Borsos and Chris Simpson for the majority of the season … Notched a 3-7 fall singles record and a 2-8 doubles mark … Competed in the ITA All-American Championships, the ITA Southern Regional, the Conference Challenge in College Station, and the Key Biscayne Invitational … Clinched an upset victory for the Tigers over then-No. 11 Texas A&M when he came from behind to defeat Niall Angus 7-5, 4-6, 7-6(1), despite being down to match point twice … Partnered with Simpson at the ITA All-American Championships to defeat then-No. 13 Diego Acosta and Aaron Dujovne of Purdue 8-3 … Earned his first varsity letter.
PRIOR TO LSU
Came to LSU ranked 1,089 in the ATP doubles standings and 1,095 in the singles rankings ... Listed as high as No. 64 in the world in juniors tennis ... Captured the singles title at the 2011 Junior South American Championships by defeating the No. 2 junior player in the world in the finals ... Won the doubles title at the Bolivia F1 Futures event in 2011 ... Reached the singles quarterfinal round at the Peru F4 Futures event in 2011 ... Attended Colesol Saint Germain High School where he also played soccer.
Born Nov. 9, 1993 in La Paz, Bolivia ... Son of Edgar Arias and Roselia Compuzano ... Has one older brother, Rodrigo ... Chose LSU because of the coaches.