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Bram tenBerge's Profile
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  Bram tenBerge
School: Ole Miss
Year: Senior
Home Town: Maarssen
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Home Country: Netherlands
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Height: 6-3
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Dominant Hand: Right
Singles Record: 94-53
Doubles Record: 105-55
Ranked No. 1 nationally in doubles • ITA All-American Doubles Champion
All-American  • All-SEC • 2006 SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year
ITA Scholar-Athlete • SEC Academic Honor Roll • Phi Beta Kappa  Chancellor’s Honor Roll

CHADWICK SAYS: Began the spring ranked No. 1 in the nation in doubles and No. 90 in singles ... Has played a major role in the Rebels’ success during his career ... Will be counted on to provide leadership to a young team as one of two seniors ... Excellent work ethic ... Tremendous student-athlete.

ITA All-American Champion in doubles with Jonas Berg ... Finished 10-1 in doubles ... Won the USTA Invitational Doubles title ... Doubles semifinalist at the National Indoor ... Posted an 8-3 singles record including advancing to the main draw at the ITA All-American Championships in singles ... Made the Chancellor’s Honor Roll with a perfect 4.0 GPA.

2007-08 (JUNIOR)
NCAA Doubles Semifinalist … Earned All-America honors … Ended the year ranked No. 18 in the nation in doubles and 98 in singles … Helped the Rebels advance to the NCAA Elite Eight for the eighth time in the history of the program … Won both his singles matches to help the Rebels advance to the NCAA Sweet 16 … Helped lead Ole Miss their seventh straight SEC West title … Missed nine matches with a broken right foot … Teamed with Matthias Wellermann for a 26-9 overall record, 11-5 in dual matches … The duo was undefeated (8-0) at No. 2 doubles prior to Bram getting hurt … Clinched the win over Oklahoma State that sent the Rebels to the semifinals at the National Team Indoor … Inducted into the prestigious Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society ... ITA Scholar-Athlete ... Named to the SEC Academic Hnor Roll ... Made the Chancellor’s Honor Roll both semesters.

2006-07 (RS-JUNIOR)
Missed the spring due to a wrist injury … Posted an 8-6 record in singles in the fall ... Finished ranked No. 22 in the Southeast Region ... Went 7-2 in doubles, including 6-1 with Chris Rea … Made the Chancellor’s Honor Roll in the fall and spring.

2005-06 (SOPHOMORE)
Named the SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year … Earned All-SEC second team honors … Clinched the win over Florida State to put the Rebels in the NCAA “Sweet Sixteen” … Won three straight games after trailing 4-3 in the second set against FSU's Sam Chang to nail down the win…Helped lead the Rebels to the SEC Western Division Championship…Helped lead the Rebels to the SEC Tournament final  … Finished with a 30-14 overall record, 13-8 at No. 3 singles … Went 7-3 in the SEC … ITA Scholar-Athlete ... Named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll ... Made the Chancellor’s Honor Roll in the fall and spring.

2004-05 (FRESHMAN)
Played a huge role in the Rebels’ advancing to the NCAA Final Four ... Rallied from down 1-5 in the third set against Georgia at No. 5 singles to clinch the win and the team’s fourth semifinal appearance ... Also teamed with Jakob Klaeson to go 4-1 in the NCAA Championships in doubles ... Helped the Rebels capture their second consecutive overall SEC Championship and their fourth straight SEC West title ... Clinched the Rebels’ sixth straight Mississippi Cup against Missisissippi State ... ITA Scholar-Athlete ... Made the SEC Freshman Academic Honor Roll ... Member of the Chancellor’s Honor Roll with a perfect 4.0 grade point average.

Member of the Dutch National Team in under 14, 16 and 18 … Ranked No. 1 in under 14 and 16 … Won the Dutch indoor championship under 14 … Represented the Netherlands at numerous international tournaments, both individually and in team competitions … Graduated in top quarter of his class.

Born Feb. 9, 1986 ... Son of Loek ten Berge and Jeannette Kramer ... Majoring in Classics ... Enjoys all sports, music and reading ... Athletes most admired are Pete Sampras and Michael Schumacher ... Favorite tennis player is Pete Sampras.