|High School:||Jesuit HS|
2009-10: ... Fall: Posted a 5-4 singles record and 2-3 doubles mark in fall play ...Partnered with Duncan MacDonald-Korth in doubles play ... Went 1-1 at both the ITA Regionals and PNW Intercollegiates.
2008-09: Injury sidelined him in singles play early in the '09 duals season but was still capable of playing doubles matches ... Managed to accumulate a 5-7 mark at the lower four singles positions ... Played with four different doubles partners in the spring, accumulating a mark of 8-10 overall ... His best success came with Ayrton Wibowo as his partner with the duo going 3-3 combined at No. 2 and No. 3 doubles ... Fall: Did not participate in the fall.
2007-08: Finished the year with a 12-12 record in singles play and his 12 victories were matched only by teammate Alex Cornelissen for the team lead ... Played mostly at the No. 4 (4-4) and No. 5 (5-6) spots in the lineup, going 11-4 in non-conference action ... Played singles in all six Pac-10 matches as a sophomore and also found success with teammate Geoff Embry in doubles action ... Ended the year 7-9 in doubles play, as Mortera and Embry went 4-3 in Pac-10 play, winning the last four matches of the regular season with victories against Arizona, California, Stanford and Washington ... Fall: Finished his fall season with a 2-2 singles record and 2-2 doubles record partnered with Geoff Embry ... Knocked off Washington’s Brad Bator (3-6, 6-3, 6-6), but fell in the following round to Stanford’s Richard Wire at the Wilson ITA Northwest Regionals (Seattle, Wash., Oct. 13) ... Also went 1-1 in two matches at the Texas Invite (Austin, Texas, Nov. 2).
2006-07: Finished singles action 7-10, mainly playing at the No. 3 position and totaling a 6-9 record at that spot in the line-up ... Played all but one match at No. 3 in Pac-10 conference action ... Paired with five different doubles partners during the spring ... Fall: Played twice in the fall and went undefeated at 2-0.
Before Oregon: A 2005 graduate of Jesuit High School in Portland, Ore ... Was a four-year varsity letterwinner for head coach Jeff Wood ... In 2005 was a high school All-American and was also named a four-time all-state first-team selection ... Brought home two state titles for the Crusaders, capturing the singles championship in 2005 and the doubles title in 2002 as a freshman ... That year Jesuit also won the state team championship ... During his high school career, the Crusaders won four consecutive Metro League championships ... Was ranked as high as No. 6 nationally while at Jesuit ... A former USTA Junior Nationals singles and doubles champion ... Was ranked as high as No. 1 in the Pacific Northwest Section player ratings.
Personal: Born Nov. 14, 1986 ... Parents are Rome and Gloria Mortera ... Has one younger sister, Steffanie ... Major is Economics.