Final 2001-02 ITA National Ranking (Singles): No. 15
Final 2001-02 ITA National Ranking (Doubles): No. 32
2001-02 Singles Record: 30-13
2001-02 Doubles Record: 19-13
2001-02 (Sophomore): Became only the second Vanderbilt men’s tennis player to earn ITA All-American honors and to win 30 singles matches in a single season (Chris Groer) … made it to the second round of the NCAA Championship in singles before losing in three sets to Brandon Wagner of Georgia … finished season ranked No. 15 nationally in singles and No. 32 in doubles (Lewis Smith) by the ITA … finished season ranked No. 5 in singles and No. 7 in doubles in the South by the ITA … earned first team All-SEC honors after going 5-5 during the SEC regular season at the No. 1 position … defeated eventual NCAA national singles champion Matias Boeker of Georgia and eventual national runner-up Jesse Witten of Kentucky … advanced to the semifinals of the Southern Intercollegiate … qualified for the ITA All-American Championship … won the Ole Miss Fall Classic … advanced to the third round of the Region III Championships.
2001-01 (Freshman): Had several upset victories, including wins over No. 50 Scott Mayer, No. 73 Adam Carey and No. 70 Matt Klinger … served as first alternate in NCAA Doubles Championship with Eddie Coates … tallied a 23-15 overall record in singles and went 27-12 in doubles … earned a 6-1 record at the ITA All-American Championships, defeated two seeded teams and advanced to the main draw, only one of two teams from the pre-qualifying to do so … advanced to the quarterfinals in doubles and the semifinals in singles of the MTSU Fall Invitational … played in the No. 2 singles championship match at the Nike/Fighting Illini Fall Invitational … one of three Commodores to tally more than 20 overall singles wins … finished the season ranked No. 43 in the nation in doubles.
High School/Juniors: Finalist for the Consolation Boys 18 and under Nationals in 2000 … earned a No. 10 national ranking in 2000 and No. 12 in 1999 … finalist in the Boys 18s Doubles Clay Court Nationals in 1999 … ranked No. 3 in the South in 1999 for juniors … won Georgia’s Most Improved Player of the Year in 1998 … in 1997, finalist for the Boys 16s National Indoors … won the National Indoors Sportsmanship Award for the Boys 16s age group … named All-County in 1997 and 1998 … involved in Interact Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Young Life in high school.
Personal: Son of Robert and Joyce Reynolds … born on July 17, 1982 … majoring in Human and Organizational Development.