||Univ. of Mississippi
Ranked No. 1 nationally in doubles
ITA All-American Doubles Champion
All-American • Two-Time All-SEC • ITA Collegiate All-Star Team
UMAA Honor Roll
CHADWICK SAYS: Began the spring ranked No. 1 in the nation in doubles and No. 28 in singles ... Major contributor to the Rebels’ success in singles and doubles ... Great competitor ... Fan favorite ... One of two seniors who wil provide excellent leadership for a young team.
FALL 2008 (SENIOR)
ITA All-American Champion in doubles with Bram ten Berge ... Finished 10-1 in doubles ... Won the USTA Invitational Doubles title ... Doubles semifinalist at the National Indoor ... Posted a 10-3 singles record including advancing to the main draw at the ITA All-American Championships in singles ... Made the UMAA Honor Roll.
NCAA Doubles Finalist … Earned All-America honors … Named to the ITA Collegiate All-Star Team … Ended the year ranked No. 3 in the nation in doubles … Helped lead the Rebels to the NCAA Elite Eight for the eighth time in the history of the program … Earned All-SEC first team honors … Helped the Rebels win the SEC Tournament Championship … Named the SEC Tournament Most Valuable Player after going undefeated in singles and doubles … Helped lead the Rebels to the SEC Tournament final for the fourth time in five years … Helped lead Ole Miss to its seventh consecutive SEC West title … Posted a 19-2 dual match record, 12-1 at No. 4 singles … Teamed with Erling Tveit for a 31-10 overall record 12-5 at No. 1 doubles … Helped the Rebels go through the SEC Tournament without losing a doubles match … Helped lead the Rebels to the semifinals at the National Team Indoor ... Made the Dean’s Honor Roll in the spring.
SPRING 2007 (SOPHOMORE)
Earned All-SEC honors … Went 20-1 in dual matches, going undefeated until his last match of the season … Went 2-0 in singles and doubles in the NCAA first and second rounds to help the Rebels get to the Sweet Sixteen … Went 11-0 in the SEC … Became the third Rebel in the history of the program to go undefeated in the SEC…Helped the Rebels capture the SEC West title … Helped the Rebels rally to beat LSU 4-3 after losing the doubles point … Won a big match against Tennessee to help the Rebels come back for a 4-3 win … Clinched the Rebels 19th straight win over Mississippi State … Won a big match against Florida to help the Rebels advance to the SEC Tournament final … In his 20 wins, dropped only three sets … Made the UMAA Honor Roll in the spring.
AT PEPPERDINE (FRESHMAN)
Played one season at Pepperdine in 2005 ... Helped lead the Wave to the NCAA Quarterfinals and a final national ranking of No. 8 ... Named the West Coast Conference Freshman of the Year ... Posted a 15-6 record at No. 3 singles and a 21-3 mark at No. 2 doubles ... Clinched the team’s WCC Championship.
PRIOR TO PEPPERDINE
A 2004 graduate of Fibornaskolan ... 2002 Swedish Champion under 18 for teams playing at the number one spot ... 2002 runner-up in singles for Swedish Championship under 18 ... 2000 runner-up in doubles for Swedish Championship under 16 ... Represented his country on the Swedish national team.
Born May 15, 1984 ... Son of Bengt Berg...Father was a professional soccer player ... Jonas also played soccer in high school...Majoring in business.