||North Carolina State
||Mountain Brook HS
2007-08: Finished 18-8 on the season after winning at No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 singles ... Improved to third in school history in career singles wins with 76... Defeated three ranked singles players, including then No. 9 Dominic Inglot of No. 1 Virginia, 6-2, 6-4...Was ranked No. 114 at the end of the regular season...Competed with teammate Nick Cavaday in the NCAA Doubles Championships after finishing the spring season 10-7, but fell to a team from Tulsa ... Was ranked No. 6 nationally with Cavaday for two straight weeks in March, and finished the season ranked No. 22... Has 59 career doubles wins, including 13 in 2008, which is second all-time in school history... Lost back-to-back singles matches three different times for the first time since his freshman season, and for just five times in his career ... Went 8-2 in fall doubles with partner Nick Cavaday ... Was 4-3 in singles during the fall... Earned All-ACC Honors...Named the Mid-east region ITA/Arthur Ashe Award winner for Leadership and Sportsmanship... Also named to the All-ACC Academic Men’s Tennis Team.
2006-07: Went 21-5 in singles, the best mark on the team ... Only four of those wins came in three-set matches ... Tied with a team-best 8-3 mark in ACC singles wins ... Posted a 19-8 mark in doubles play, including a 15-7 mark with teammate James McGee ... ... Went 5-4 in doubles play in the ACC ... Went 10-1 at No. 3 singles overall and was 3-1 in the ACC at No. 3 ... Was 4-1 at No. 4 in conference play ... Won his last five completed singles matches of the season, including a 3-0 mark in the ACC (1-0) and NCAA Championships (2-0, 2 matches unfinished) ... Won nine of his last 10 completed singles matches overall on the season ... Went 3-1 in singles and 2-1 in doubles during the fall.
2005-06: Enjoyed a successful freshman season, leading the team in overall singles wins with 23, setting the new school record for most singles wins in a season ... Won all 23 matches in straight-sets ... Posted a 23-6 overall singles record, collecting 10 wins at No. 5 and seven wins at No. 6 ... Went 7-4 in regular-season ACC singles, second-best mark on the squad, defeating Christopher Brown (Duke), Charles Sator (Wake Forest), Brent Wilkins (Virginia Tech), Brian Hartness (Boston College), Boris Fetbroyt (Maryland), Will Plyler (UNC) and George Gvelesiani (Georgia Tech) ... Won his first eight matches to begin the season, later stringing together a nine-match win streak ... Collected 12 doubles wins with five different partners for a 12-8 combo record ... Went 7-5 in fall singles and 5-2 in doubles ... Dean’s List student for the fall 2005 semester ... Named an NC State Caterpillar Scholar Athlete.
PREP: Ranked No. 1 in the USTA Southern Section at the end of his high school career ... Lettered in tennis for four years at Mountain Brook High under coach Donna Robinett ... Went undefeated during his senior season, losing only three sets en route to a state title ... Collected state team championships during all four years ... Won three doubles and two singles state championships ... Holds the Alabama state high school record for most state championships held by an individual and fewest sets lost at the state tournament ... Team MVP during junior and senior seasons ... Captain of the team during senior year.
PERSONAL: Is the son of Jimmy and Julie Weinacker ... Full name is James Paul Weinacker, Jr. ... Father, Jimmy, lettered in tennis and basketball at Springhill College in Mobile, Ala., and competed in national tournaments in doubles play ... Hobbies include playing basketball and X-Box ... Majoring in business management ... Born 1/10/87.