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  Nathan McGregor
School: Univ. of Texas at Arlington
Year: Senior
Home Town: Canberra
Home State:
Home Country:
High School: St.Peters Catholic
Height: 6-2
Weight: 210 lbs.
Birth Date: Sunday, March 15, 1981
Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Criminal Justice
Singles Record: 22-35
Doubles Record: 26-27

2001- 2002 (Baylor)

  • Finished the fall campaign with an 11-4 singles mark and was 8-5 in doubles
  • Teamed with Zoltan Papp and made it to the semifinals of the ITA Regionals before losing to UTA's Leber and Corrie
  • The duo also posted a victory over No. 24 Barker/Barker of Rice in the ITA Regionals
  • Mike Garcia and McGregor won the doubles championships of the UTSA Fall Tournament with a perfect 4-0 mark.


  • Joined the Bears in January and played doubles primarily
  • Won a season-high three consecutive matches (1/31-3/18)

Prior to Baylor

  • Attended St. Peter's Catholic College in Canberra, ACT, Australia
  • Ranked in the top 10 in Australia and No. 1 in his state (ACT)
  • Played in the Junior Australian Open...Was undefeated at No. 1 for ACT at Australia's prestigious Pizzey Cup
  • Also played No. 1 on the ACT Linton Cup team
  • One of 10 players chosen to the Australian School Boys Merit team
  • Won the state men's singles and doubles championship
  • Represented the ACT state team for seven years
  • Also swam, played rugby and basketball.


  • Full name is Nathan James McGregor
  • Born on March 15, 1981, in Cooma, Australia
  • Son of Terry and Betty McGregor
  • Majoring in forensic science.
Attended St.Peters Catholic college, where i played tennis and was selected to play for my state and then for Australia in schoolboys competetion. I represented my state for seven years in tennis and was the number one for my state and top 10 in the country. I then went to Baylor University and eventually UTA. I am am member of 5 children who all reside in Canberra. I also played rugby, basketball, and soccer while growing up.