||Wake Forest University
||Thursday, December 28, 1989
2011-12 (Redshirt Junior)
Took home All-ACC honors for the first time in his career ... Played No. 1 doubles all season for the Demon Deacons while splitting time between the No. 1 and No. 2 singles positions ... Led the team with a 27-11 doubles record, including 20-9 in dual matches ... Finished the year with a 25-16 singles mark ... Rose as high as No. 45 in the national doubles rankings with partner Amogh Prabhakar ... Hopkins and Prabhakar played at the No. 1 doubles position in all of the Deacons' ACC matches, posting an 8-3 record ... Beat four ranked doubles opponents: No. 24 John Collins/Maros Horny (Maryland), No. 36 Akash Muppidi/Alex Skinner (Boston College), No. 44 Brennan Boyajian/Oystein Steiro (North Carolina) and No. 46 Luka Somen/Corrado Tocci (Virginia Tech) ... Also notched the best singles win of his career against No. 48 Juan Spir of Georgia Tech ... Tied for the team lead with four match-clinching singles wins ... Gutted out a three-set win over Maryland's Vlad Stefan at No. 2 singles to clinch a narrow 4-3 win for the Demon Deacons ... Went 8-9 at No. 1 singles and 9-2 at No. 2 singles ... Won his doubles flight with Prabhakar at the Crimson Tide Fall Championships ... Finished runner-up in doubles at the Elon Invitational ... Advanced to the Round of 16 in singles at the ITA Carolina Regional
2010-11 (Redshirt Sophomore)
Played in 24 of Wake Forest's 26 dual matches ... Notched a 19-13 doubles record and 16-15 singles record ... Soared as high as No. 35 in the national doubles rankings with partner Iain Atkinson ... Playing at the No. 1 position with Atkinson, posted ranked doubles wins over No. 11 Kevin King/Juan Spir (Georgia Tech), No. 59 Joey Burkhardt/Stefan Hardy (North Carolina) and No. 66 Will Beck/Pedro Graber (Virginia Tech) ... Spent the season in the bottom half of the Wake Forest singles lineup ... Topped Wisconsin's Petr Satral in the Demon Deacons' win over the No. 30 Badgers ... Outlasted Isamu Tachibana in three sets to help Wake Forest take down No. 33 Rice
Took a medical redshirt after seeing limited action ... Notched a 4-5 overall singles record ... Won two singles matches in the Virginia Invitational defeating opponents from NC State and William and Mary ... Also competed in the UVA Ranked +1 tournament and the ITA Carolina Regional ... Finished as the runner-up in his doubles flight with partner Jason Morgenstern at the Virginia Invitational ... Played doubles in three dual matches, defeating a team from No. 34 Michigan.
Earned first career start on January 24 with a 6-0, 6-2 defeat of UNC Asheville's Joseph May...Compiled an 11-12 singles record on the season...Opened the season with three consecutive victories from January 24th to January 31st over players from Gardner-Webb, UNC-Asheville, and #34 Rice University...Took down Robert Rotaru of #22 Louisville on February 27th by a score of 6-4, 6-4...Finished the season with a 12-12 doubles record...Posted five consecutive doubles victories with partner Jonathan Wolff from March 7th to March 20th over opponents from #33 Michigan, #62 East Tennessee State, Coastal Carolina, #35 South Carolina, and Maryland...Along with partner Jonathan Wolff, defeated three ACC foes from #13 Florida State, #19 Miami(Fl), and #32 North Carolina between April 3rd and April 8th.Fall 2008: Finished 7-2 in singles ... Advanced to semifinals of UGA's Southern Intercollegiates ... Finished 2-2 in doubles with Andrew Brasseaux.
Keystone National Played with Winston-Salem Preparatory Academy where he helped the team earn the NC State Championship crown in 2004 and 2005 ... Ranked No. 1 in the Men's Open Division in North Carolina First team all-state ... Cracked Top 15 in national junior rankings for 12s, 14s, 16s ... Posted a 40-3 individual record ... James Leighton NC Jr. Male Player of the Year ... Who's Who Among National Students ... International Honor Society member ... People to People Ambassador ... Was also recruited by Virginia, Notre Dame, Texas ... Born December 28, 1989 ... Parents are Dr. Larry Hopkins and Mrs. Beth Hopkins ... Father Larry was an All-ACC starting fullback for the 1970 ACC Championship Football team.