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2014-15 | JUNIOR HIGHLIGHTS
• Honors: Academic All-Mountain West.
• Finished junior season at 16-17 overall in singles going 6-3 in the fall and 10-14 during spring team duals.
• In doubles recorded an overall mark of 21-13, 5-3 in the fall season and 16-10 in spring duals.
• Went 3-1 in the singles pre-qualifying rounds at the ITA All-American Championship at Tulsa, Okla.
• Went 10-14 playing at No. 3 singles during the spring team dual season.
• Was 3-4 in Mountain West singles competition including a straight-set victory 6-0, 6-2 over Nevada’s Andrew Poustie in the MW Tournament title match to help Broncos win their fourth straight championship.
• Competed primarily with Garrett Patton and Brian Foley during doubles competition ... went 10-5 overall playing with Foley, 5-3 in spring duals, and 11-7 when competing with Patton, 6-6 at No.1 doubles and 5-1 on court two.
2013-14 | SOPHOMORE HIGHLIGHTS
• Honors: Academic All-Mountain West.
• Completed a solid sophomore campaign with a 24-7 singles mark going 8-4 in three fall tournaments and 16-3 in the spring duals season ... 5-0 record against MW opponents.
• Reached the quarterfinals of Dar Walter Tennis Classic (Oct. 4-6) ... took California’s 41st-ranked Campbell Johnson to three-sets at the Battle in the Bay (Oct. 11-13) at San Francisco, Calif., before falling 4-6, 6-1, 7-5 ... one of five Boise State players to advanced to the round of 16 at the ITA Mountain Regional (Oct. 16-20) in Las Vegas, Nev., where he fell to Bronco teammate Garrett Patton 6-4, 6-3.
• Had an outstanding team dual season recording a 16-3 record ... played primarily at No. 6 singles where he went 9-3, but did see action on courts three (1-0), four (2-0) and five (4-0).
• Finished year on a team-best 13-match win streak, including two wins in Fresno, Calif., to help Boise State to its third-straight MW Championship (April 24-27).
• Earned a straight-set victory over San Diego’s Andrew Raphaelson 6-3, 6-3 in the first round of the NCAA National Team Championship (May 10) at Los Angeles, Calif.
• Mitchell went a team-best 25-8 in doubles during the 2013-14 campaign, went 6-3 in fall tournaments and 19-5 in spring duals playing mainly at No. 3 position.
• In fall tournaments went 1-1 paired by Abe Hewko and Thomas Tenreiro, as well as 4-1 with Brian Foley ... lost in the doubles consolation semifinal of the ITA Mountain Regional in Las Vegas, Nev., (Oct. 16-20) with Foley.
• During spring duals he was paired with senior Nathan Sereke for most of the semester going 17-4 while playing primarily on court three ... the tandem closed the year on a 13-match win streak ... they went 3-0 at Mountain West Championship (April 24-27) to help Broncos to third-straight title ... also won their match in the first round of the NCAA tournament (May 10) in Los Angeles, Calif., defeating San Diego’s Ciaran Fitzgerald and Andrew Raphaelson 8-5.
2012-13 | FRESHMAN HIGHLIGHTS
• Joined the Broncos during the winter break for the spring 2013 dual season.
• Finished his first season in the Blue and Orange with a 4-2 singles record playing on courts four through six.
• Made Boise State debut with a straight-set 6-4, 6-3 win against Semion Branzburg of Montana (Jan. 19) in Boise.
• Finished year on three-match win streak concluding with a 6-2, 7-5 victory over Utah State’s (March 29) Sean Levesque at No. 5 singles.
• Major player for Broncos in doubles compiling a 14-12 record playing primarily at the third position where he was 11-12 ... went 2-2 in conference matches.
• Recorded a 7-7 mark with Filipp Pogostkin going 2-0 at No. 2 doubles and 5-7 on court three ... went 0-1 on court three with Thomas Tenreiro and 7-4 with Aidan Reid, 1-0 on court two and 6-4 at the threes.
• Went 2-1 with Reid at MW Championship tournament (April 25-28) in Colorado Springs, Colo.
PRIOR TO BOISE STATE
• Native of Somerset, England, where he played at the International High Performance Academy prior to enrolling at Boise State.
• Made four International Tennis Federation Finals appearances which included Grade 2 and Grade 5 doubles championships, along with a second-place finish in the Grade 4 singles championship.
• Achieved a career-high ranking of 190th in the world within four months of playing on the ITF Circuit.
• Official hitter for Boise State Wimbledon doubles champion Wesley Moodie in 2010 and for No. 1 ranked Novak Djokovic in 2011.