Career (2004-2007): Capped his Tiger career with a 9-21 mark in singles and a 25-23 record in doubles.
Spring 2007: Played primarily doubles during the spring semester, posting a 9-11 record when teamed with Spencer Heflin, including an 8-11 record at No. 3 doubles...Did play six matches in singles, including three during the spring, posting an 0-2 mark at No. 6 and an 0-1 mark at No. 5 during spring dual play.
Fall 2006 (Senior): Missed the entire fall semester following wrist surgery....Named to the Dean's List, Tiger 3.0 Club and the Tiger Academic 30.
Spring 2006 (Junior): Was 3-12 in singles during his junior season, going 2-5 at No. 6 singles and 1-7 at No. 5...Teamed with Michael Jetter to post a 9-6 mark in doubles, the second-best win total on the team...The duo was 7-3 at No. 3 and 2-3 at No. 2...Also played three doubles matches with Sam Withell, going winless in three tries at No. 3 doubles.
Fall 2005: Had his strongest results in doubles, where he teamed with Michael Jetter to win the doubles title at the Middle Tennessee Fall Invitational, 9-8, over the Freed-Hardemann team of Ivan Besancon and Mauricio Campos...Was 3-1 in doubles, with his lone loss coming to the UAB tandem of Kristijan Mitrovski and Anton Mavrin at the ITA Southeast Regional in Memphis...Was 3-4 in singles, opeining the season with a three-set loss to UT-Chattanooga's Michael Hangstefer before winning three straight matches to claim the B2 consolation crown.
Summer 2005: Played on the ITA Summer Circuit in his home state of Texas...Was 2-2 in singles and 11-3 in doubles...Was a finalist at the Tyler Junior College tournament on the ITA Circuit...Teamed with Alex Jago and advanced to the semifinals at the Arlington tournament before being rained out...Was a semifinalist at the McMurry tournament.
Spring 2005 (Sophomore): Was 1-0 in singles, picking up a singles victory at No. 5...Also teamed with Andrew Olswing for a 1-0 mark at No. 3 doubles and with Alex Bucewicz for an 0-2 mark at No. 2 doubles.
Fall 2004: Posted a 2-2 mark in singles in his first semester at Memphis...Also teamed with with freshman Bryan Bankester for a 1-1 mark in doubles at the Middle Tennessee Fall Invitational...Won his first two matches as a Tiger at the Middle Tennessee tournament before falling to Ignacio Gesto of Belmont...Dropped his first match at the RazorRacket Invitational at Arkansas and did not play in the ITA Southeast Regional.
2003-04 (Freshman): Was 35-12 in singles at Collin County Community College in Texas, where he helped the team to a 20-4 record...Finished the season the No. 41 ranked singles player and the No. 26th ranked doubles team in the ITA NJCAA rankings, the highest ranking of any one on the CCCC roster.
Prep: Was an honors graduate of Lake Highlands High School in Dallas, Texas......Pilant was an all-region honoree two years at Lake Highlands, where he was a three-sport athlete...Ranked No. 20 in the state of Texas as a prep player....Under head coach Bob Williams, Pilant and his doubles teammate won the state finals in 2001 and the semifinals in 2002.
Personal: Born September 6, 1983 in Nashville, Tenn...Son of Gary and Debe Pilant.