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  Brett Ross
School: Wake Forest University
Year: Senior
Home Town: Roswell, GA
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High School: Centennial
Height: 5-11
Birth Date: Tuesday, March 13, 1984
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Major: Unknown
Singles Record: 100-52
Doubles Record: 85-54

2003-04 (Sophomore)
Finished the season with a 24-12 overall singles mark and 26-14 doubles record ... ranked second on the team with 14 dual match singles victories ... teamed up with Derrick Spice for 23 doubles victories, the sixth-best single season mark ever at Wake Forest ... helped team earn the doubles point against #29 Mississippi State in the NCAA Tournament first round, then picked up team's lone singles victory against the Bulldogs ... teamed up with Spice at No. 1 doubles and edged #66 Clemson's 32nd-ranked pairing of Nathan Thompson and Jarmaine Jenkins, 9-8 ... cruised to singles and doubles victories in Deacs' 6-1 win over #30 Miami ... helped team upset #25 Florida State with a three-set, 6-3, 4-6, 7-6 win over Jeff Groslimond at No. 4 ... swept both singles and doubles matches against Maryland ... won four straight singles matches between Feb. 29 and Mar. 17 ... won his first conference match of the season against #55 Georgia Tech's Zachary Rath at No. 5 ... defeated ETSU's Moises Serrano in straight sets ... won both singles and doubles matches in Wake Forest's tough 4-3 loss to #12 Virginia Commonwealth ... pulled out a three-set victory against #41 William & Mary's Geoff Russell at No. 4 ... defeated #58 Michigan State's Eric Simonton, 6-1, 6-3 at No. 4 singles and teamed up with Spice for a victory at No. 1 doubles against the Spartans ... advanced to the championship doubles match of the ACC Indoors with Spice ... had a 9-4 singles record to go along with an 11-4 doubles mark in the fall ... started the season strong by winning six straight matches to win the division II singles title at the Southern Intercollegiate Championships ... advanced to the semifinals of the South Carolina Invitational ... Ross and doubles partner Derrick Spice were runners up at the Southern Intercollegiate Championships after winning their first four matches ... dropped just seven games in four matches on the way to winning the doubles championship at the South Carolina Invitational.

2002-03 (Freshman)
Made immediate impact for Deacons in first year ... tallied 30 singles victories on the season and 21 doubles wins ... led team with 6-2 ACC doubles mark ... won the deciding match of first two wins of the season and partnered with Derrick Spice for doubles victories as well ... won at singles and doubles in 7-0 pounding of #50 Michigan Feb. 9 ... teamed with David Bere to take out Chris Wettengel and Aleksey Zharinov and then rallied to beat Avery Ticer in singles, leading to 4-3 upset over #10 Minnesota Feb. 15 ... went on a seven-match win streak, in singles and doubles, beginning at Arizona State Mar. 12 and going through the 4-2 win over #41 North Carolina that inlcuded singles victories over Virginia's Darrin Cohen, Duke's Yorke Allen, Georgia Tech's Marko Rajevac, Geoff Boyd from UNC and doubles wins over Chris Gonyer and Stephan Nolen from Virginia (with Loewenthal), Ludovic Walter and Jason Zimmermann from Duke (with Loewenthal), #19 Roger Andreson and Scott Schnugg from Georgia Tech (with Spice) and Trystan Meniane and Greg Archer from North Carolina (with Spice) ... made quick work of Ben Brier in the 4-3 first round win over #46 Brown in the NCAA Tournament ... fought past Cameron Fenner from Texas A&M and Oregon's Junaid Hossain in singles play and picked up a doubles win with Spice over Ryler DeHeart and Chris Martin from Illinois in Hawaii ... went 3-1 in both singles and doubles at ACC Indoors, beating Rajevac from Georgia Tech, Duke's Peter Shults and Nolen from Virginia before falling to teammate and eventual tournament champion David Loewenthal in the singles quarterfinal and advanced to the semifinals of the doubles draw with Spice, beating Stephen Amritraj and Shults from Duke plus Georgia Tech's Joao Menano and Rajevac ... put together a 13-5 singles record in first fall of collegiate career and went 5-4 in doubles play ... started fall with seven straight singles victories ... won his singles flight at Virginia Invitational with five consecutive wins, including a straight set victory over teammate Andrew Simpson in the finals ... advanced to the finals of the top doubles flight at the Virginia Invitational with Spice, including an 8-5 win over Virginia's Michael Duquette and Cohen ... singles finalist at the Southeastern Collegiate Invitational, picking up three straight set wins in a row.

Earned three varsity letters at Centennial High in Roswell, Ga., playing tennis for coach Chris Decker ... led the Knights to four state championships ... quarterfinalist at the Junior-16s Clay Court Championships in Rockville, Md. ... doubles finalist at the Junior 18s Supernational Hard & Clay Courts ... split a pair in doubles to advance to the second round of the Junior U.S. Open in the summer of 2002 ... chose Wake Forest over Virginia and Pepperdine ... born March 13, 1984 in Atlanta, Ga. ... parents are Rhonda and Richard Ross ... one brother, Travis, is 20 ... picked Wake Forest because of the small size, great academics and a top 25 tennis program ... enjoys playing basketball.