Navy's honorees included the league's player and scholar-athlete of the year
Third Mid to earn POY honor
Navy finishes the Patriot League Regular Season at 5-0.
Mids win five of six singles matches
Mids win five of six singles matches
Men's Tennis vs. Army, April 23, 2013
Men's Tennis vs. Bucknell, April 17, 2016 Photos by Phil Hoffmann
Men's tennis vs. Morgan State. March 5, 2016
Men's tennis vs. East Carolina Jan. 31, 2015 Photos by Phil Hoffmann
Men's tennis vs. Army, April 5, 2014. Photos by Phil Hoffmann.
Athletic Honors –– Earned First-Team All-Patriot League honors in 2014 and second-team accolades in 2015 ... was tabbed as the MVP of the 2015 Patriot League Tournament.
2014-15 –– Missed six weeks of the spring season due to an injury ... posted an 8-4 record in singles and a 5-5 mark in doubles during his limited court time ... those marks were part of overall records on the year of 10-5 in singles and 5-6 in doubles ... won a three-set match at No. 2 singles in Navy’s contest against No. 53 San Francisco ... also won a straight-set decision at the flight against Richmond ... was up a set in his quarterfinal round match against Loyola in the Patriot League Tournament when the match was halted before going on to win in straight sets –– 6-4, 6-1 in each –– in the semifinal and finals of the tournament ... he and Thomas Pecor also led in their quarterfinal round doubles match against Loyola when play was stopped before winning in the latter two rounds of the tournament by identical scores of 8-4 ... played 12 of his 13 matches at No. 1 doubles, with each of those 12 being played alongside Pecor.
2013-14 –– Put together a 23-11 record in singles on the season ... those 23 wins tied him (with Calvin Mark) for the most on the team ... this included a mark of 16-8 during the dual match campaign ... included among his victories was a 6-1, 6-0 win at No. 2 singles over Jeremy Bourgeois from No. 45 BYU ... suffered three losses to players from nationally-ranked teams ... posted a 10-2 record at No. 2 singles ... played at the Nos. 1-4 flights during the year ... tallied a 5-2 record against league foes ... totaled a 5-2 record in matches extended into three sets ... won the No. 2 singles flight at the Navy Invitational ... accrued a 19-12 record in doubles for the year ... was 12-8 in doubles during the spring season ... this included an 11-8 mark at the No. 1 flight ... combined with Thomas Pecor for an 11-7 record at No. 1 doubles ... the team was 4-2 against league opponents ... four of its seven losses came to players from nationally-ranked teams ... the Jones-Pecor tandem also won the No. 1 doubles flight at both tournaments hosted by Navy during the fall season.
2012-13 –– Compiled records of 14-8 in singles and 10-10 in doubles ... finished the dual match season with a 12-5 singles record ... posted a 10-5 record at No. 3 singles ... opened the spring with seven-straight singles wins ... four of his five losses came in three-set matches ... clinched the match (4-3) for the Mids against Army in the semifinals of the Patriot League Tournament with his 6-2, 5-7, 7-6 (7-3) win at No. 3 singles ... won four of the five seven-point set tiebreakers he played in on the season ... the lone player he partnered with in doubles was Alex Gaines ... the duo finished the spring season with an 8-7 record after having played at all three flights ... they were 2-0 at No. 1, 5-6 at No. 2 and 1-1 and No. 3 ... the team also had already won seven games in a trio of matches that were stopped due to the doubles point already being decided.
High School –– Graduated from Jones Classical Academy ... previously attended the Cambridge School of Dallas ... won the state tournament in singles as a freshman ... was ranked among the top-10 singles players in the state and the top-75 singles players nationally ... advanced to the quarterfinals in doubles at the National Clay Court tournament ... was an A.P. Scholar ... his highest ranking on tennisrecruiting.net was No. 62.
Personal –– Economics major.