Fall 2007: Experienced limited action in the fall, completing rehabilitation work after off-season shoulder surgery ... Made first post-injury appearance at the Charleston Shootout, racking up a 3-0 singles record after victories against Charleston Southern's Thomas Mullikin (6-0, 6-1), College of Charleston's Garrett Egan (6-3, 6-1) and Appalachian State's Russ Ferrari (6-4, 6-4) ... Did not play doubles.
2006-07: Played in 10 singles matches before shoulder injury ended season prematurely ... Posted a 5-5 record, working out of the No. 1(0-1) and No. 2 (5-4) slots ... Won last singles match played in, defeating UAB's Johannes Spangenberg (6-4, 3-6, 6-2) on February 24 ... Teamed with Aleksey Kochetov as ECU's No. 1 doubles tandem to start dual match season, booking a 3-6 record before sitting out the remainder of the season ... Collected one singles win (7-6, 6-2 vs. Elon's Sebastian Bredberg in the Residence Inn North Wolfpack Invitational) during the fall campaign in five total matches (1-4) ... Worked with Kochetov to record a 2-1 doubles slate with both victories coming at the Charleston Shootout.
2005-06: Turned in a 10-11 spring dual match record as a sophomore ... Was 4-7 while playing at the No. 1 position and 6-4 at No. 2 ... In all, posted a 12-18 overall mark in singles, including a 2-7 fall ledger ... Teamed with six different doubles partners throughout the year, registering an 8-14 record ... Played with Ricardo Barone (6-5), Mike Catalano (0-4), Kochetov (0-2), Nick Rose (0-2), Britton Steele (2-0) and Brian Walters (0-1).
2004-05: Did not play in the fall but joined program in January ... Recorded a 9-12 singles mark, playing predominately at the No. 3 position (8-10) ... Also played No. 2 (1-0) and No. 4 (0-2) ... Captured one of four C-USA matches ... Worked with three different doubles partners to post a 12-5 ledger ... Experienced most of action with Darren Mansell (11-4 at No. 2) ... Also partnered with Felipe Fonseca (0-1) and Robert Stasch (1-0 at No. 1) ... Registered a 3-1 C-USA doubles record.
High School/Junior Tennis: Was a Brazilian Grand Slam circuit winner in 2003 ... Ranked as the sixth-best singles player in his division (Brazil) in 2003.
Personal: Full name is Henrique De Moraes Viana ... Born January 31, 1987 at Pelotas, Brazil ... Son of Luiz Henrique and Denise Viana ... A communication major ... Lists listening to music, movies, playing the guitar, surfing the internet and karaoke as top hobbies.