|Hometown:||Krivoj Roj, Ukraine|
|High School:||High School No. 4|
|College:||University of Krivoj Roj|
Artem completed his final season with the Tigers with a career record of 71-47 in singles and 43-53 in doubles. This season alone, Gramma compiled a record of 18-15 in singles and 7-9 in doubles. Some highlights of Artem's season include when he swept Sacramento State product Jason Smith in straight sets, 6-0, 6-0; also when he defeated No. 68 University of San Francisco's Richard Bucalem 6-2, 6-0. In the spring Artem was also recognized for his academic success, in the month of March Artem was recognized as a Big West Scholar, and at the conclusion of the season was selected for the First Team All League for his success in singles.
In the fall, Artem completed his fall season with a record of 6-4 in singles and 2-3 in doubles with new Tiger addition, Tomasz Krzyszkowski, as his partner. Some of Artem's notable fall victories include his win over No. 29 University of San Diego product No. 106 Clarke Spinosa in a three set battle resulting in a final score of 6-3, 2-6, 10-8; and his victory over No. 44 Fresno State's Sebastian Hafner.
Spring 2010 (Junior):
Artem completed the season with the record 15-6 in the Spring and an overall record of 22-9. January 27th Artem easily defeated No. 46 Mirko Zapletal of Fresno State with scores of 6-1, 6-0. On March 1st Gramma defeated Cal Poly's Matt Fawcett 6-4, 6-3. Artem was also a two-time Big West Athlete of the week the weeks of February 4th and April 21st and was recognized as the Big West Player of the Year and also 1st Team All-Conference . Gramma and partner Ivan Castro competed at both No. 1 and 2 doubles and ended the doubles season with a record of 12-7.
Fall 2008 (Sophomore):
Gramma finished with a team best 7-3 singles record in the fall of 2009. His outstanding play earned him the ranking of No. 108 in the nation heading into spring competition. His best performance came at the ITA Northwest Regional Tournament. Seeded 17th, Gramma battled through opponents from three ranked teams (No. 44 Fresno State, No. 40 California, and No. 10 Stanford) to advance to the quarterfinals where he fell to No. 76 Richard Wire of No. 10 Stanford, 6-1, 6-3, on Oct. 25. At the UNLV Rebel Classic, Gramma defeated host No. 73 UNLV's Luca Barlocchi on Oct. 30 to advance to the semifinal match. His run for a tournament championship was then stopped by Big West rival Cal Poly's Andre Dome in a stunning three set loss, 3-6, 6-2, 7-6 (6). Gramma partnered with newcomer Fernando Ristow for doubles play and the pair went 1-1 in the fall season. Only competing at the ITA Northwest Regional Tournament, the duo defeated Santa Clara's Mauricio Villa and Nick Buckley (8-3) in the round of 64 before falling to No. 10 Stanford's Bradley Khan and Ryan Thatcher ( 8-3). No. 15 Khan and No. 96 Thatcher's team is ranked No. 8 national.
Gramma had the second best singles win percentage on the team playing out of the No. 2 position, finishing with an 11-7 overall record. A 5-1 record against Big West opponents helped seal Gramma's place on First Team All-Conference, the second All-Conference honor in his career. Gramma defeated two opponents from ranked teams, the highest on March 15 over Wes Hancock of No. 51 Utah 6-2, 6-1. On April 14, Gramma took No. 54 Rudolf Siwy of No. 44 Fresno State to a super match tie break in set three before falling 5-7, 6-2, (10-5). Gramma partnered with Karl-Erik Paaro, Vegerd Veskimagi and Ryan Kim in the spring 2009 season. With Kim, the pair posted a 6-8 record, third best on team, going 2-4 against ranked teams. Playing out of the No. 2 position, Gramma and Kim upset No. 51 Utah's John Taylor and Timmy Allen, 8-4, on March 15. Two days later they upset Calvin Bennett and Joel Samaha of No. 69 Yale University (6-2 ret.) to cap off a three-match win streak.
In the short two-tournament fall season, Gramma compiled the most individual wins for Pacific, going 3-2 that season. His best performance in tournament play came on Oct. 5 when he had the highest finish of the Fresno State Bulldog Classic for his team. He defeated Jose Munoz of UC Davis, 6-0 and 6-2 in the quarterfinals to move into the semi-final round. He finally met his fate there, taking one set, but falling 7-5, 1-6 and 6-4 to Fresno State's Flavio Mollinedo in the semis. In doubles action Artem paired with Vegerd Veskimagi for a 1-2 finish.
Spring 2008 (Freshman): After finishing his spring season with an 11-11 mark, Artem turned in the best results from the No. 4 spot with a 4-1 record, though he also saw time in the first, second and third positions. Because of his performance throughout the season he was awarded Big West honorable mention honors. In doubles action, Gramma spent time with five different partners from all three positions: Renan Delsin (4-6), David Gonzalez (1-1), Moritz Starke (2-3), Pedro Toledo (0-1) and Vegerd Veskimagi (2-3).
Gramma finished the fall with a singles record of 6-5, advancing to the finals of the Fresno State Bulldog Classic and to the semifinals of the Chandler Cup hosted by Cal. In his first tournament season, Artem also finished doubles play with a record of 3-6.
Artem graduated in 2006 from Gymnasium No. 4 in Krivoj Roj, Ukraine. While in high school, Artem was ranked No. 3 in the ETA U16 rankings and No. 160 in the ITF Junior standings.
Artem Gramma was born in Krivoj Roj, Ukraine. He is the son of Inna and Alexander Gramma. Artem is a business administration major in his third year at Pacific. In his free time, Artem enjoys playing soccer.