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  Bo Hodge
School: University of Georgia
Year: Senior
Home Town: Athens, Ga.
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High School: Athens Academy and Boca Prep
Height: 6-4
Weight: 193 lbs.
Birth Date: Sunday, December 13, 1981
Dominant Hand:
Singles Record: 113-51
Doubles Record: 116-35

Fall 2003...

Won the 2003 Southern Intercollegiate doubles title with freshman John Isner in Athens...advanced to the finals of the USTA/ITA National Indoor Championships before falling to Ohio State’s Jeremy Wurtzman...reached the singles final at the Southern Intercollegiate Championship...entered the preseason ITA rankings at No. 2 in the nation...reached the singles quarterfinals at both the Icy Hot/ITA All-American Championship and the ITA Southeast Region Championships...was the No. 2 seed in the 2004 SEC Coaches’ Indoor Championship but was unable to play due to an ankle injury...ranked No. 6 in the first spring ranking...participated in the doubles main draw of the 2003 U.S. Open in New York with teammate Marty Fish.

Earned All-America honors after reaching the quarterfinals of the NCAA Singles Championship in Athens...finished the year ranked in the top 10 in both the singles and the doubles national rankings...posted a 16-7 dual match record at No. 1, including a 7-4 mark against SEC foes...had 19 wins against ranked opponents, including a three-set win against then-No. 4 Jesse Witten of Kentucky...had a seven-match winning streak earlier in the season...was the first Bulldog to reach the 20-win mark...reached No. 3 in the March 12 rankings...advanced to the semifinals of both the singles and doubles draws of the 2003 SEC Coaches’ Indoor Championship...has played No. 1 doubles all season with Nicolas Boeker...entered doubles tournament with a 16-3 dual match record, including a 10-3 mark against ranked opponents...No. 15 in the national doubles rankings...posted a 6-3 mark in singles action in the fall, including a 5-1 record against ranked opponents...checked in at No. 25 in the Omni Hotels Individual fall rankings...advanced to the semifinals of both the singles and doubles draws of the 2003 SEC Coaches’ Indoor Championship... reached the Round of 16 in both the Icy Hot/ITA All-American Championship and the Omni Hotels Regional Championship...has four wins against ranked opponents, including a straight-set win against No. 11 David Martin...the No. 4 doubles seed with partner Nicolas Boeker at the Icy Hot/ITA Men’s All-American Championships...were the No. 1 seed in the Omni Hotels/ITA Regional Championships at Kentucky...ranked No. 43 with Boeker in the fall doubles national rankings.

Second-team All-SEC in doubles...played primarily at Nos. 3 and 4 during the season, with a 20-11 record during the dual-match season and picked up wins against Charleston Southern and Texas A&M in the NCAA Tournament...earned All-America honors as he finished the season ranked No. 5 in the Omni Hotels Doubles Rankings with teammate Matias Boeker...clinched 7-0 win against William and Mary with a win at No. 1 singles...clinched back-to-back wins against Alabama and Georgia Tech... played primarily at No. 1 doubles...did not participate in any collegiate tournaments in the fall...competed in Futures and Challengers tournaments across the country on the professional tour playing as an amateur...returned to the collegiate tennis scene in January.

2001 SEC Freshman of the Year...First-team All-SEC and All-American in singles...NCAA singles qualifier but could not participate due to injury...highest ranking freshman in the country (No. 10) at the end of the year...ITA Regional Rookie Player of the Year...posted an 13-7 record this spring playing at No. 1 and 2...clinched SEC title-winning match at Auburn...2001 SEC singles champion after winning the SEC Coaches’ Indoor Championship in Norcross...defeated three ranked players, including then-No. 2 Matias Boeker in the final...became the ninth overall and first freshman player from Georgia to win the SEC singles title...after losing his first-round match, he won four consecutive matches to take the singles consolation title at the ITA-Rolex National Intercollegiate Indoor Championship... peaked at No. 2 in the ITA national rankings in the third week of March...won the consolation draw of the ITA-Rolex National Indoor Championship... finished the fall season ranked No. 5 nationally by the ITA...posted an 11-2 slate during the fall season, including a 4-2 record against ranked opponents...was the only freshman to reach the quarterfinals of the All-American and his finish was tops for a rookie since Stanford’s Ryan Wolters reached the quarters in 1995... played in the St. Stephens Tennis Academy USTA Tennis Championships in Austin, Texas (a pro USTA Challengers event)... defeated Arnaud Benidor from France 7-6 (1), 6-2, before falling to second-seeded Fredrik Giers of Sweden, 2-6, 6-4, 6-4.

Athens Academy and Boca Prep... participated in high-level ITF tournaments in Asia, Canada, Europe and South America... reached the semifinals of the 2000 U.S. Nationals for boys 18 singles in Kalamazoo, Mich., and held a No. 4 junior ranking...competed in the Junior Australian Open, U.S. Open and Wimbledon...reached both the singles and doubles finals at the Boys 16 National Clay Court Championships in Washington, D.C... began the 1999 season in Australia with a No. 50 world ranking and ranked ninth in doubles...was a doubles finalist at the 1998 Junior National Championships in Kalamazoo, Mich...won the 1998 Canadian Open doubles title and was a semifinalist in the 1998 Orange Bowl... reached the finals of the Boys 18 Nationals at the age of 15...grew up in Athens and attended Athens Academy in ninth and 10th grade, training under former Bulldogs Allen Miller and Jack Frierson... completed his last two years of high school at Boca Prep in Boca Raton, Fla. While in Fla., he was coached by Stanford Boster...also played basketball his junior and senior years at Boca Prep.

Born December 13, 1981...son of Mark and Suzette Hodge...father played football at Georgia from 1975-78...sister Jennifer is currently a member of the Lady Bulldog tennis team...
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