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  West Nott
School: Georgia Tech
Year: Senior
Home Town: Midland, Mich.
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High School: Naples
Height: 5-8
Weight: 150 lbs.
Birth Date: Tuesday, June 08, 1982
Dominant Hand:
Major: Management
Singles Record: 69-35
Doubles Record: 58-40

General Info: An established player that knows how to win • Tranferred to Georgia Tech after playing his freshman year at the University of Florida.

2002-03: Became one of Tech’s most consistent singles performers in his second season on the Flats, while also remaining a steady doubles competitor • Finished third on the team with 22 overall singles wins for a 22-12 (.647) record on the season • Led the team lead in dual-match singles wins, with a 16-6 (.727) mark in those matches • Helped secure the Jackets’ come-from-behind win over North Carolina with a dramatic three-set win over the Tar Heels’ Andy Metzler by scores of 7-6 (3), 5-7, 6-0 • That victory capped a four-match unbeaten streak that also included a win over Maryland’s Pierre Rudder in straight sets by scores of 6-0, 6-0 at No. 3 singles • Moved into the No. 5 in the lineup for the Jackets in the postseason, finishing with a 9-1 record in that spot during the year, including a perfect 3-0 record there in ACC matches • Teamed with Trevor McLeod to form Tech’s No. 3 doubles team, the tandem was 8-8 on the year and was outstanding in conference matches, posting a 5-2 mark at the No. 3 spot in the lineup • The team won four-straight matches midway through the year to key the Jackets to wins over No. 21 Indiana and North Carolina, defeating the Hoosiers’ team of Petr Novotny and Jakub Praibis (8-5) and the Tar Heels’ Geoff Boyd and Jonathan Janda (8-4).

2001-02: Emerged as one of the Jackets’ top doubles players during his first year on the Flats, along with partner Scott Schnugg • Finished the year with 29 doubles wins, tying the second-highest single-season total in school history • 19 of the 29 doubles victories came in dual matches, tying the sixth-best single-season total • Teamed with Schnugg to defeat a pair of opponents ranked in the nation’s top 50, including Middle Tennessee State’s Klemetz and Jacketson (#47) 8-4 and Georgia’s 16th-ranked team of Boeker and Hodge by a 9-8 (8) score • The tandem opened the spring by winning 12 of their first 13 dual matches • In the fall, reached the quarterfinals of the Southern Collegiate Championship • Posted a 6-2 record in ACC matches in both singles and doubles • Clinched Tech’s win over Florida State at the ACC Tournament with a 7-6, 6-4 victory over Chip Webb • Finished the year in strong fashion, winning six of his final eight singles matches.

2000-01 (at Florida):  Played in both the No. 5 and No. 6 positions as a rookie • Posted an overall record of 16-12, including a 4-2 record in SEC dual matches • Was 9-6 overall in dual match play with records of 5-3 and 4-3 at the No. 5 and No. 6 spots respectively • Finished the year with a 3-4 record in doubles play, teaming primarily with fellow freshman Trey Johnson  • Helped lead the Gators to a win over No. 38 Vanderbilt with a 7-5, 6-3, win at No. 5 singles over Zach Dailey.

High School/Junior Tennis: Attended Naples High School in Naples, Fla. • Had a solid junior tennis career, winning the 1998 U.S. National Indoor Boys 16 Championship and finishing that year ranked 10th in the national rankings • Was ranked No. 1 in the Midwest for three years in 1996-98 • Was a member of the U.S. Boys 16 National Team in junior tennis.

Personal: Full name is West Lee Nott • Born June 8, 1982 • Is the son of Sam and Elizabeth Nott • Majoring in management at Tech • Cites winning the U.S. National Indoor Championships as his most memorable athletic accomplishment.