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  Robbye Poole
School: Ole Miss
Year: Senior
Home Town: Summerville, S.C.
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High School: Myers Park
Height: 6-0
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Singles Record: 77-33
Doubles Record: 51-24
UMAA Honor Roll

CHADWICK SAYS: A fiery competitor...Established himself as one of the top players in college tennis in 2007...Has played a huge role in the Rebels success the last two years...Has a great work ethic...Continued his excellent play in the summer and fall.

Began the fall ranked No. 18 in the nation...Went 8-4 in singles...Semifinalist at the Baylor Invitational... Quarterfinalist at the Southeast Regional...Entered the spring ranked No. 11 in the Southeast Region.

2006-07 (JUNIOR)
Ended the year ranked No. 33 in the nation in singles…Earned All-America honors in singles…Reached the round of 16 in his first NCAA Singles Championship appearance… Went 4-1 in the NCAA Championships in helping the Rebels reach the “Sweet Sixteen”…Earned All-SEC first team honors…Finished 8-2 in the SEC…Posted a team-leading 35-11 overall record…Compiled a 19-5 dual match record, including 10-1 at No. 3 singles…Helped the Rebels capture their sixth consecutive SEC West title and reach the SEC Tournament final for the second year in a row and third time in four years…Named the SEC Player of the Week for the week of March 5 for going 4-0 in singles and doubles in leading the Rebels to wins over Florida and South Carolina… Teamed with Jakob Klaeson for a 6-4 record in 2007, 17-7 the past two years…Made the UMAA Honor Roll in the spring.

2005-06 (SOPHOMORE)
Ended the year ranked No. 46 in the nation in doubles…Posted a 16-9 overall record, 14-9 in dual matches…Finished 7-3 in his first season in the SEC…Helped lead the Rebels to their fifth consecutive SEC Western Division Championship…Teamed with Jakob Klaeson for a 11-3 record at No. 3 doubles…They defeated Florida State’s No. 3 team 8-2 as the Rebels claimed the opening point on their way to a 4-2 win to reach the NCAA “Sweet Sixteen”…The duo went 6-2 in the SEC.

Helped lead the Tigers to the NCAA Elite Eight and a final national ranking of No. 25 in 2004...Finished with an overall record of 9-2, 7-1 in dual matches.

Ranked No. 1 in the South in 18’s...Member of Interscholastic Southern Team Champion...Top USTA National Ranking of No. 9...Ranked No. 1 in the state of Mississippi in 18’s....Finalist at the Peachtree Junior National Tournament...Reached the quarterfinals at a USTA Futures.

Born October 2, 1984...Son of Ayn Poole...Majoring in Business Management...Enjoys basketball and ping pong...Favorite tennis player is Robby Ginepri.

                       Overall          Dual            Overall            Dual  
Year                Singles         Singles        Doubles           Doubles

FALL 2007 8-4 ---- 0-2 ---- 2006-07           35-11              19-5                17-9                  11-6
Spring 2006       16-8              14-8              16-7                 16-7
TOTALS            59-23           33-13             33-18              27-13