SEC ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL DEAN'S HONOR ROLL UMAA HONOR ROLL
2013-14 (RS-SOPHOMORE) Helped lead the Rebels to their 21st consecutive NCAA appearance ... Finished the year with an overall singles record of 7-0 ... Teamed with Johan Backstrom to win a huge tiebreaker at No. 3 doubles to set up their teammate's clinching win at No. 1 for the doubles point against No. 18 Tennessee in the first round of the SEC Tournament ... Teamed with Backstrom to clinch the doubles point against No. 10 Texas A&M, which proved to be the difference in a 4-3 win ... Ended the year with an overall doubles record of 11-11, 11-9 in dual matches ... Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll ... Made the UMAA Honor Roll both semesters.
2012-13 (SOPHOMORE) Redshirted ... Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll ... Made the Dean's Honor Roll both semesters.
2011-12 (FRESHMAN) Named to the SEC First Year Player Academic Honor Roll ... Made the UMAA Honor Roll in the fall and the Dean's Honor Roll in the spring.
PRIOR TO OLE MISS Won an ITF junior event in Dublin, Ireland and was a semifinalist at an ITF event in Cyprus ... Quarterfinalist at the U-18 National Championships ... Won four English junior titles ... Five-time Sussex County (State) Junior Singles Champion ... Career-high ranking of No. 7 in the UK U-18 rankings ... Trained at the Barcelona Total Tennis Academy under former Spanish Davis Cup captain Jordi Vilaro and current captain Francis Roig.
PERSONAL Son of Dr. David Rogers and Professor Lindsay Smith ... Born January 9, 1992 ... Majoring in History ... Enjoys soccer, golf, spending time with friends, watching films, reading and music ... Athlete most admired and favorite tennis player is Rafael Nadal ... Dad played football at SMU and is the head of Humanities at Kingston University ... Uncle, Howard Smith, was an international level 800 meter runner ... Mom is a professor at The University of Sussex ... Has one sister.
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The Ole Miss football team was off, but it was a busy week in Ole Miss athletics nevertheless, as the men's and women's basketball teams opened their respective seasons. Here are some thoughts and opinions on the week that was:-... read more
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Austin Miller handled all of this week's edition of the Observations from the Best Seat in the House. Check out what he had to say below:- The nation's best scoring defense finally got its first shutout of the season, as... read more
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Three areas to watch as No. 11 Ole Miss hosts FCS opponent Presbyterian in its final non-conference matchup of the regular season. Execute, Stay Heathy Saturday's game with Presbyterian is more about Ole Miss than its opponent, as the team's... read more
With injuries mounting on both sides of the ball, Saturday's game against Presbyterian presents an opportunity for young players and backups to gain experience and make an impression on the coaching staff. Among those injured players, head coach Hugh Freeze... read more
A question we keep hearing is what needs to happen in order for the Rebels to get to the SEC Championship game. It's pretty simple, just cheer for the home team. The lone exception to that notion is Ole Miss'... read more
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In this week's edition of Observations from the Best Seat in the House, Metz Camfield and I teamed up to give you our thoughts and opinions of the week that was in Ole Miss athletics. There's a lot on our... read more
Dragging an Auburn defender on what initially looked to be a go-ahead touchdown, Laquon Treadwell fought his way toward the end zone, but had his ankle rolled over and fumbled into the end zone. In the moments that followed, the... read more