Highest Singles Ranking: No. 32 (6.8.2011)
Career Doubles Record: 38-11
Highest Doubles Ranking: No. 38 with Rhyne Williams (3.15.2011)
2011 ITA All-America (Singles)
2011 NCAA Singles Semifinalist
2011 ITA Ohio Valley Region Player to Watch
2011 First Team All-SEC
2011 SEC All-Tournament Team
2011 Rainbow Warrior Challenge All-Tournament Team
2011 ITA Scholar Athlete
2011 SEC Academic Honor Roll
2010 Second Team All-SEC
2010 SEC All-Freshman Team
2010 Elon Invitational
2010 Elon Invitational (with Edward Jones)
Selected as a member of the USTA Summer Collegiate Team along with teammate Rhyne Williams ... Captured his first professional singles title at the Godfrey Futures in Illinois, beating Rudy Siwy 6-2, 7-5 in the final.
Enjoyed breakout spring season, winning 30 of 33 singles matches from January through May ... Entering NCAA Singles Championships -- his first national collegiate tournament -- as an unseeded entry, he forged run to the semifinals before falling to teammate Rhyne Williams in three sets ... Earned All-America honors in singles and was named All-SEC for the second time ... Ended sophomore year 37-6 overall in singles and 38-11 in doubles ... Anchored the No. 3 position in the singles lineup, going 21-2 and cracking the national top 50 for the first time in his career ... Enjoyed a career-best 18-match winning streak from Jan. 21 until April 10 ... Regular member of the doubles lineup for the first year in his career, teaming up with Williams to go 20-4 together at the No. 2 position. They finished the year on an eight-match winning streak ... Won his first two individual tournament titles on the same day at the Elon Invitational. He beat Campbell's Davy Sum 6-2, 6-3 to clinch the singles title and also won the top-flight doubles event with Edward Jones ... Teamed up with John-Patrick Smith in doubles for the first time, and the two reached the semifinals of the USTA/ITA Ohio Valley Regional Championships in Lexington, Ky.
Selected as a member of the USTA Summer Collegiate Team along with teammate Rhyne Williams ... Won the doubles title with Williams at the USTA Futures event in Pittsburgh, good for first pro title ... Doubles semifinalist at Rochester (N.Y.) Futures.
Spring 2010 (Freshman)
Joined the Vols in January and finished 23-5 in singles and 7-3 in doubles ... Finished the SEC season 10-0 at the No. 4 position to earn Second Team All-SEC honors ... Also earned a spot on the SEC All-Freshman Team ... Enjoyed a 15-match winning streak, which lasted from March 5 through May 24 ... His three-set victory over Drake Bernstein clinched the Vols' 4-1 win over host Georgia in the NCAA semifinals.
Prior to Tennessee
Rated as the No. 1 recruit in the U.S. and ranked as high as No. 9 in the Junior ITF ... Finalist and doubles semifinalist in two 2009 ITF Grade A tournaments: Copa Gerdau in Brazil and the Easter Bowl in California ... Was a three-time Boys 18 champion in national open events and was the Texas ITF singles champion in 2008 ... In 2006 and 2007, he was ranked No. 1 in Boys 16 singles and was the national singles champion on clay and hard courts ... Has competed in the junior events at the U.S. Open, Wimbledon and the French Open ... Achieved an ATP ranking of 980.
Born July 22, 1991 ... Parents are David and Lia Sandgren ... Older brother, Davey, was a two-time All-America for the Vols, lettering from 2007-10.