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Jordan Rux

Jordan  Rux


Kerrville, Texas

High School:
Higher Court HS

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 190


Finished four-year career with 105-48 singles record and 80-56 in doubles ... 105 singles wins ranks No. 6 on BU career list while 80 doubles victories ranks No. 7 ... Rux's 70 dual match wins ranks No. 8 on the BU list.

2010-11 [SENIOR]...
Did not compete during fall season ... Posted a 19-9 singles record, including a 16-8 dual match mark ... Closed out the season with 10 straight singles victories, all in straight sets and won 11 of his last 12 contests ... Played mainly at No. 3 ... Ranked No. 123, his first ranking of the season, in final ITA rankings ... Recorded a 17-10 doubles record, including a 16-6 dual match mark ... Was 15-6 when paired with Sergio Ramirez, the tandem won the Big 12's No. 2 doubles championship with a 6-0 mark ... The duo was ranked No. 57 in the final ITA rankings ... Named All-Big 12 in singles, first-team Academic All-Big 12, and to the spring semester Dean's List.

2009-10 (Junior)...
Led the team with a 31-15 singles record for the season ... Posted a 17-8 record in dual-match play, while playing all his matches at the No. 2 spot ... Was 10-12 versus ranked opponents during the year ... Highest ranked opponent defeated was Texas A&M's 39th-ranked Jeff Dadamo 6-3, 6-3 ... Started dual-match play by winning 11 of his first 13 matches, but then lost five of seven ... Tallied a 2-4 mark in conference play ... Ranked in all 11 editions of the ITA rankings, rising as high as No. 11 (Jan. 5) and falling as low as No. 39 (April 20) ... Earned a spot in the NCAA Singles Championship where he lost in the first round to Robert Farah of USC 6- 3, 6-2 ... Named to the All-Big 12 singles team ... In doubles recorded a 20- 17 record, while going 14-15 in dual-match play with five partners ... Ranked with Maros Horny in all 11 ITA listings, while earning a 9-6 overall record ... Highest rank for the pair was No. 11 (Jan. 5) ... Kicked off his junior season by winning seven straight fall matches ... During the stretch became the fifth Baylor player to capture the singles title at the Baylor Invitational ... Took down both No. 1 Oleksandr Nedovyesov of Oklahoma State and 19th-ranked Moritz Baumann of Wisconsin en route to title ... Ranked No. 27 in the ITA preseason rankings ... Also earned the doubles title at the Baylor Invitational with partner Maros Horny ... Finished the fall with a 12-4 singles record and a 5-1 doubles mark ... Reached the quarterfinals of the South Central Regional before falling to Texas' Ed Corrie ... Only Baylor player to receive an invite to the ITA National Indoor Championships ... Named to the fall and spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll ... Honored as a 2010 Academic All-Big 12 first-team selection ... One of six Bears to be named an ITA Scholar- Athlete.

2008-09 (Sophomore)...
Owned a 25-13 singles record and a 19-14 doubles mark overall ... Made the jump from the bottom of Baylor's singles lineup as a freshman to the No. 2 spot in a majority of the matches in the spring ... Finished with a 16- 9 (5-1 in conference) singles record in the spring ... Struggled to an 8-7 singles mark before sitting out two matches ... After layoff, came out and won eight of his last ten matches ... Along with Denes Lukacs was the only Baylor player to be ranked in every edition of the ITA rankings ... Rux peaked in the rankings on Jan. 6 at No. 13 and finished at No. 46 ... Won the deciding point in Baylor's 4-3 win over No. 15 Texas in the Big 12 Championship final with a 5-7, 6-4, 6-4 over No. 64 Ed Corrie ... Named the Big 12 Championship's Most Oustanding Player ... Earned listings on both All-Big 12 singles and doubles ... Won a share of both the Big 12 regular season No. 2 singles and No. 1 doubles titles ... In doubles play posted a 17-10 (5-1 in conference) dual match record going 13-7 with David Galic and 4-3 with Denes Lukacs at No. 1 doubles ... Posted the Bears' second-best singles record with a 9-3 fall mark ... Was ranked No. 86 in the ITA's preseason rankings ... Most impressive was the fact that the sophomore was 5-1 against nationally ranked opponents defeating 14th-ranked Bruno Rosa (Rice), 16th-ranked Conor Pollock (Texas A&M), 30th-ranked Ed Corrie (Texas), No. 48 Rudy Siwy (Fresno State) and No. 59 Victor Kolik (Tulsa) ... All victories over ranked opponents except Corrie were accomplished in straight sets ... Rux's lone ranked loss came against Oklahoma State's top-ranked Oleksandr Nedovyesov in the Baylor Invitational semifinals ... Advanced to the ITA Southwest Regional quarterfinals of before falling to Texas Tech's Raony Carvalho ... Posted a 2-3 doubles mark, 1-2 with Attila Bucko and 1-1 partnered with Julian Bley ... One of five Baylor players to be honored as ITA Scholar-Athlete ... Named to the Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll for the fall and spring semester.

2007-08 (Freshman)...
Led the team with a 31-15 singles record for the season ... Posted a 17-8 record in dual-match play, while playing all his matches at the No. 2 spot ... Was 10-12 versus ranked opponents during the year ... Highest ranked Closed out the season with a 15-match singles win streak, second longest on the team ... Last singles loss came on March 1, 2008, against 67th- ranked Ted Angelinos of top-ranked Virginia ... Saw most of his rookie action at Nos. 5 & 6 ... Was 30-11 on the season, 21-5 in dual match play ... Sported a 24-15 doubles record, ended the season ranked No. 42 with David Galic ... Played at No. 3 with Dominik Mueller where the tandem was 7-3, including a six-match win streak ... Ranked No.113 in ITA fall rankings ... Finished fall play with a 7-4 singles record which included three wins over ranked opponents: No. 69 Davey Sandren (Tennessee), No. 91 Nestor Briceno (Florida) and No. 101 Nolan Polley (Wisconsin) ... Advanced to the round of 16 in the South Central Regional, losing to Texas A&M's 37th-ranked Conor Pollock ... Named to the Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll for fall semester.

Prior to Baylor...
Ranked No. 1 in 2007 in the U.S. in 18 & Under ... Winner of 18 & Under National Open ... Finished third in the 18 & Under Winter National Championships ... Advanced to the round of 16 of the Orange Bowl Classic ... Finished sixth at the USTA 18 & Under National Championships ... Earned four ATP points prior to enrolling at Baylor.

Born Sept. 22, 1988, in San Antonio, Texas... Son of Wayne and Lisa Rux of Kerrville, Texas ... Has three siblings: Avery, Madison , Caedmon ... Home schooled ... Hobbies include fishing, music and hanging out with friends ... Majoring in political science. .

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