Davey  Sandgren

Davey Sandgren


Gallatin, Tenn.

High School:
Aaron Academy

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 203

Career Singles Record: 84-71
Highest Singles Ranking: No. 69 (9.7.2009)
Career Doubles Record: 118-54
Highest Doubles Ranking: No. 1 with John-Patrick Smith (3.16.2010)

2010 ITA All-America
2010 NCAA Doubles Finalist
2010 ITA Ohio Valley Region Senior Player of the Year
2010 First Team All-SEC
2010 SEC Player of the Week (April 13)
2010 ITA National Team Indoor Championships All-Tournament Team (No. 1 Doubles)
2010 SEC Academic Honor Roll

2009 ITA All-America
2009 NCAA Doubles Finalist
2009 ITA Doubles Team of the Year (with John-Patrick Smith)
2009 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2008 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2007 Second Team All-SEC
2007 SEC Academic Honor Roll

Doubles Titles
2009 SEC Coaches Indoor Championships (with John-Patrick Smith)
2009 UVa Ranked Plus One Invitational - Flight A (with John-Patrick Smith)

2009-10 (Senior)
Finished 18-8 in singles and 42-9 in doubles in his final season ... Earned All-America honors once again in double and was All-SEC for the first time since 2007 ... Teamed up with Smith to reached the NCAA doubles championship for the second year, falling once again to a pair from Virginia ... The Vol duo finished the year 41-9 to break the 24-year-old school record for doubles victories in a season ... Sandgren and Smith won 80 matches together, second-most on the all-time list ... Ended with 118 doubles victories individually, which ranks third all-time in UT history ... Sandgren's 84 singles wins ranks 14th ... Returned to the singles lineup midway through the season following an injury to Matt Brewer and was 6-0 at the No. 6 position ... Dropped the first set against Florida's Nassim Slilam, but bounced back to win 4-6, 6-3, 6-4 and clinch the key regular-season victory in Gainesville. Sandgren earned his first SEC Player of the Week honors for his effort ... Won the first flight of the UVa Ranked Plus One Invitational with Smith to start the season ... Reached the finals of the ITA Ohio Valley Regional Championships before losing to teammates Boris Conkic and Rhyne Williams.

2008-09 (Junior)
All-America in doubles with teammate John-Patrick Smith ... National runner-ups in the NCAA Men's Tennis Championship in doubles with Smith, falling in three sets in the final match ... Ranked No. 1 nationally in the final ITA doubles ranking ... Finished 32-12 in doubles with Smith, good for the fourth-most in a season in school history ... Continued to climb the record book with Smith. They have 39 victories as doubles partners, which is sixth-most in a career at Tennessee ... Finished 14-10 against ranked opponents in doubles, with two victories against top-five teams towards the end of the season ... Competed primarily from the fourth position in singles, ending the year with a 17-25 record ... Increased career singles victories to 66 at UT ... Clinched the 4-1 victory against Duke in the regional finals in Knoxville, defeating Jared Pinsky 6-7 (5), 6-4, 6-2.

2007-08 (Sophomore)
Finished season with 21 singles wins and 25 doubles victories ... Tied for team-high with five clinched wins ... Clinched UT's wins over The Citadel, ETSU, Murray State, LSU and Virginia Tech ... Defeated 90th-ranked Bram ten Berge of Ole Miss 5-7, 6-4, 6-2 to tie match at two in UT's 4-3 defeat ... Started off dual-match season by winning six consecutive matches and 10 of his first 11 ... Went 10-4 with doubles partner Boris Conkic in dual-match play ... Clinched the doubles point five times with Conkic ... Defeated 33rd-ranked Enrique Olivares and Sebastian Serrano 8-4 to clinch doubles point for UT ... Began the fall season ranked 69th in singles ... Advanced to the round of 16 at the Southern Intercollegiates before falling to Phillipe Frayssinoux ... Teamed up with John-Patrick Smith to advance to the doubles final at the Southern Intercollegiates ... Advanced to the third round of qualifying of the doubles tournament at the ITA All-American Championships with Smith ... Finished the fall with a doubles record of 7-3 with Smith, including a victory over a ranked opponent ... Advanced to the singles semifinals of the UNLV Fall Classic.

2006-07 (Redshirt Freshman)
Second Team All-SEC selection ... Finished the year with a 28-17 singles record ... Went 7-4 in singles during SEC play ... Clinched three wins for Tennessee ... Clinched upset win over 11th-ranked Alabama with win over Billy Mertz at No. 3 singles ... Kept Vols upset hopes alive with three-set win over 84th-ranked Matthias Wellermann of Ole Miss ... Played at No. 1 singles against The Citadel, defeating Daniel Dossetor in three sets ... Teamed with Bo Hardegree to win at No. 3 doubles against Georgia and clinch the point for UT, Georgia would go onto win the National Championship and capture the doubles point in every match except against UT ... Finished with an overall doubles record of 19-17 including 5-5 in SEC play ... Began the fall season ranked 116th in singles ... Defeated Fadi Zamjaoui of Murray State in his Big Orange debut ... Teamed up with Kiril Tcherveniachki to win A2 doubles flight at the Middle Tennessee Fall Invitational ... Defeated teammate Ben Rogers 6-7, 7-5, 1-0 to win the A2 singles flight at the MT Fall Invitational ... Had a team-best 16 singles wins in the fall.

2005-06 (Freshman)

Prior to Tennessee
Won the Boys' 18 Southern Designated In Mobile, Ala., in 2005 ... During 2005 was ranked as high as No. 2 in the Southern Boy's 18 singles rankings and No. 32 in the National Boy's singles rankings ... During his juniors career, he was awarded nine sectional and national sportsmanship awards ... One of four winners of the Bill Talbert Junior Sportsmanship Award.

Academic Major: Aerospace Engineering ... Parents: David and Lia Sandgren ... Younger brother is fellow Volunteer Tennys Sandgren ... Full name: David Harlan Sandgren ... Born September 4, 1987 in Johannesburg, South Africa.



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