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  Ross Guignon
School: University of Illinois
Year: Junior
Home Town: Prairie Village
Home State: Kansas
Home Country: United States(USA)
High School: Kansas City United
Height: 5-10
Weight: 140 lbs.
Birth Date: Sunday, June 06, 1993
Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Business
Singles Record: 12-8
Doubles Record: 17-10
Sophomore 2012-13
Tallied a 17-12 overall record and 11-10 mark in dual spring matches... Primarily played the No. 5 and 6 singles positions where he amassed a combined 7-3 record... Delivered a key singles victory in the upset over No. 5 Duke at home... Went 5-4 in Big Ten dual matches... Thrived in doubles, going 19-14 overall on the year...Played No. 1 doubles with Tim Kopinski, where the duo went 10-4 in dual matches and earned four victories over Top-50 ranked doubles teams, such as No. 2 Jenkins/Styslinger, No.35 Jomby/Lai, No. 12 King/Bernstein and No. 16 Kobelt/Smith... Qualified for the NCAA Doubles Championships along with Kopinski, where they fell to future tournament champs Jenkins/Styslinger in a tough three-set battle... Recipient of the Chris Martin Fighting Illini Spirit Award... Academic All-Big Ten.

Freshman 2011-12
Captured 11 singles wins and 18 doubles wins in his debut season, playing mostly No. 6 singles and No. 2 doubles ... Clinched the 4-2 win for the Illini against Minnesota for his lone conference win ... Along with Tim Kopinski, led the team as the winningest doubles tandem with 16 victories.

Juniors / High School
Rated a blue-chip prospect by ... Reached as high as No. 13 in the national rankings and No. 1 in Kansas ... Won the USTA Super2 title in June 2010 ... Placed second in State in Kansas both Junior and Senior year ... Kansas State Team Champions 2008.

Born Ross Guignon on June 6, 1993 ... Son of Pete and Kathy Guignon ... Majoring in business ... Has two siblings, PJ and Grace ... Lists his hobby as being an avid fan of all sports ... Names Michael Jordan as his favorite athlete ... Lists his coaches as those who have most influenced his athletic career.

Career Statistics

         Singles                            Doubles
Season        Overall        Big Ten            Overall        Big Ten
2011-12        11-11        1-1            18-17        5-6
Total        11-11        1-1