SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll
Chancellor's Honor Roll
CHADWICK SAYS: Excellent work ethic...Contributed to the Rebels' success in both singles and doubles in 2005...Showed great mettle in the NCAA quarterfinal match against Georgia...Had a great fall...Expect him to be a large part of our success in 2006...Tremendous student-athlete.
FALL 2005 (SOPHOMORE)
Posted an 11-5 record...Started off 7-0...Defeated three nationally-ranked players...Semifinalist at the Southern Intercollegiates...Finalist at the Middle Tennessee Invitational...Teamed with Jakob Klaeson for a 4-1 doubles record and a Southeast Regional ranking of No. 14.
Played a huge role in the Rebels' advancing to the NCAA Final Four...Rallied from down 1-5 in the third set against Georgia's Ricardo Gonzalez at No. 5 singles to clinch the win and the team's fourth semifinal appearance...Also teamed with Jakob Klaeson to go 4-1 in the NCAA Championships in doubles...Helped the Rebels capture their second consecutive overall SEC Championship and their fourth straight SEC West title...Finished with an overall record of 10-9 in singles...Teamed with Klaeson for an 18-9 record...Clinched the Rebels' sixth straight Mississippi Cup, defeating Mississippi State's Philippe Frayssinoux to give Ole Miss a 4-0 win for the second year in a row...Named an ITA Scholar-Athlete...Made the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll...Member of the Chancellor's Honor Roll with a perfect 4.0 grade point average.
PRIOR TO OLE MISS
Top ITF ranking of No. 27 in doubles...Ranked No. 1 in junior 14-under and 16-under in the Netherlands...Doubles winner in ITF tournaments in Germany and Mexico...Competed in European Championships in 14-under, 16-under, and 18-under, earning a Silver Medal in doubles in the under 16 tournament...National indoor junior champion in 14-under...Runner-up at national outdoors championship 14-under...Runner-up at National Indoor and Outdoor Championships in 16-under...Member of the Dutch National Junior Team from the age of 14 until coming to Ole Miss...Earned one ATP point in singles and two in doubles last summer...Graduated in top quarter of his class.
Born Feb. 9, 1986...Son of Loek ten Berge and Jeannette Kramer...Majoring in Classics... Enjoys soccer, reading, formula one racing, and all other sports...Athletes most admired are Michael Schumacher, Lance Armstrong and Michael Jordan...Favorite tennis players are Pete Sampras and Mark Beyers.
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