Played in 65 matches … named First All-Conference in doubles with teammate James Dougherty and Second team All-Conference in singles thanks to his perfect 13-0 record during the dual season … held an overall singles record of 21-11 and went 8-3 in the SoCon … went 25-8 overall in doubles play … played 30 matches with teammate James Dougherty, going 23-7.
Played in 58 matches for the Spartans … named to the Southern Conference All-Freshman Team … finished with an overall mark of 16-15 in singles play, going 12-10 in dual team action … recorded a stellar 6-4 record in Southern Conference matches … competed with Chanon Varapongsittikul in doubles action where the duo finished with a record of 16-11 and a 7-2 mark within conference matches.
Was named an All-American in 2011 by the National High School All-American Tennis Foundation … played three years for Brookwood High School in Snellville, Ga. … helped the Broncos to a Region 8 AAAAA title and the Georgia High School Association AAAAA state title as a senior … was the Gwinnett Daily Post’s Player of the Year and an All-Gwinnett County selection in 2011 … was the No. 1 player for Jamaica’s Junior Davis Cup team in 2010, going undefeated … played No. 2 singles for the team in 2009.
Rowland Randolph Phillips ... born Jan. 23, 1994, in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada ... son of Rowland Rennie Phillips and Sherry Mohammed … has a sister, Kimberly … father played soccer at Clemson and tennis at St. Augustine’s … grew up in Jamaica and moved to Georgia in 2008 … major is undecided.