Bears knocked out of Big 12 Championship in semifinal round.
Bears advance to Big 12 Championship semifinals for 19th time in 20 years.
Bears look to upset fourth-seeded and tournament host Cowboys in Friday afternoon contest.
Bears have four first-team selections for 2015-16 season.
Bears fall to 1-3 in Big 12 play with loss Sunday in Stillwater.
2015 Academic All-Big 12 (first team)
Five-time Big 12 Commissioner's Honor selection
2015 (Fall): Ranked No. 87 in preseason ITA singles rankings...Earned bid to 2015 ITA All-American Championships, finishing tournament with 1-1 record...Dropped three-set qualifying match to No. 119 Jeffrey Schorsch of Valpraiso...Won consolation match in straight sets over No. 62 Mitch Stewart of Washington.
2014-15 (Junior): Racked up impressive 30-8 overall singles mark, finishing with 21-4 record in the spring, primarily playing at No. 6 spot...Listed as high as No. 121 in ITA singles rankings...Posted a 10-match winning streak from Jan. 25 to March 21, last upsetting No. 51 Nick Crystal of USC in straight sets in Baylor's 4-3 win over USC in BNP Paribas Collegiate Challenge...Defeated USC's Crystal in straight sets again on May 16 to help BU advance to NCAA Final Four...Competed with Vince Schneider in dual-match doubles at No. 3 spot, finishing season with 23-5 overall record...Was the only Baylor player to win in singles in every conference match, finishing at 5-0...Produced 3-2 record against ranked opponents in 2014-15...Ranked as high as No. 13 in doubles with teammate Tony Lupieri, posting a 5-1 overall record...Posted 2-0 record over top 10 opponents with Lupieri...Opened fall season with four straight victories and went on to post 7-3 singles record in four tournaments...Won fall doubles title at Jack Kramer event with partner Vince Schneider by winning four straight matches...Earned spot on Academic All-Big 12 first team...Named to fall and spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll and Baylor Dean's List.
2013-14 (Sophomore): Did not compete in any matches...Was forced to sit out one season to satisfy NCAA amateurism requirements...Made fall and spring edition of Big 12 Commissioner's Honor and Baylor Dean's List.
Prep/Juniors: Ranked as high as No. 738 (June 5, 2013) in ATP singles rankings...Reached finals of ITF Chile F8 Futures tournament in Aug. 2012, downing No. 408 Guillermo Rivera-Aranguiz in semifinals, 7-5, 7-6(6)...Had two wins over top 400 players in 2012, besting No. 370 Duilio Beretta in April and taking care of No. 370 Federico Gaio in February...Charged with one season of eligibility by NCAA upon enrollment.
Personal: Felipe Javier Rios ... Born March 4, 1992 in Vina Del Mar, Chile ... Son of Elizabeth Frese and Gustavo Rios ... Hobbies include soccer ... Majoring in finance.