2002-03 (Sophomore): Finished the spring season ranked No. 31 in singles and No. 36 in doubles ... Ended the season 30-8 overall and 21-1 in dual match play ... Won 13 straight matches from March 15 to May 21, winning streak was halted by No. 1 Bobby Reynolds of Vanderbilt in the NCAA Round of 32 ... Selected to participate in the NCAA Singles Championships for the second straight year ... Entered the spring season ranked No. 23 in singles and No. 47 in doubles and No. 33 in doubles teamed with Zoltan Papp ... The duo are alternates for the NCAA Doubles Championships ... All-Big 12 in both singles and doubles ... Academic All-Big 12 ... Big 12 Player of the Week (April 15-21) ... Began fall season ranked No. 5 nationally … Ended his fall campaign with an 8-4 record … Advanced to the round of 16 at the ITA National Indoor Championships … Semifinalist at the Baylor Intercollegiate Tournament after losing to teammate Zoltan Papp…In doubles teamed with Zoltan Papp and Benedikt Dorsch … Advanced to the semifinals of the ITA Region VI Tournament with Papp … Upset then No. 24 Choo/Chu of Harvard and advanced to the round of 16 at the ITA All-American Tournament with Dorsch ... Named to the Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll for both the fall and spring semesters.
2001-2002 (Freshman): Walked away with numerous honors including, All-American, ITA Region VI Rookie of the Year, ITA Region VI Player to Watch, All-Big 12 (singles and doubles), Big 12 Freshman of the Year, Big 12 Player of the Week (twice), Big 12 gold medals at No. 1 singles and No. 2 doubles and preseason All-Big 12…Debuted the spring ranked No. 3 nationally, the highest ranking for a Baylor tennis player at the time…Completed his campaign with a 37-9 singles mark…Posted a 22-4 dual match record, including 15-match winning streak…21-8 mark against ranked opponents…Finished season ranked No 11 nationally…He and doubles partner Zoltan Papp finished the doubles season with a 16-1 mark, including 15 straight doubles victories.
Prior to Baylor – Graduated from Gymnasium Stefansberg in Merzig, Germany in 2000 ... Played in several international tournaments throughout Europe ... Won an international tournament in Bari, Italy and won an ITF Tournament in 2000 in Luxembourg ... Reached the semifinals of the German National Junior Championships ... Beat teammate Reiner Neurohr in the quarterfinals ... Played the Wimbledon Junior Championships ... Ranked No. 9 in Europe in 1997 and was ranked in top 100 in ITF rankings in 1998.
Personal – Full name is Benjamin Becker... Born on June 16, 1981, in Merzig, Germany... Son of Joerg Becker and Ulrike Becker ... Majoring in business.