at Midland Invitational
at NMSU Invitational
vs. Davis Cup Match
2012 Fall: Senior Season
Conor Berg and Jadon Phillips are ranked #58 in the country for doubles. The two competed in the Denver Invitational winning two out of three doubles matches.
2011-12: Junior Season
He posted a singles record of 26-8 overall and a doubles record of 25-9. He has recorded a career doubles record of 55-27, which is competitive for 24th all-time for most doubles wins in a career. He mostly teamed with Ben Dunbar during the dual season in doubles. The duo were 20-7 overall in the season. He was one of four for UNM men's tennis to receive the Mountain West Scholar-Athlete award for 2011-12. He received the Mountain West Academic All-Conference Award for spring 2012. He was selected to the 2011-12 All-Mountain West Team for the second time in his career for doubles with Ben Dunbar. In the fall, he reached the round of 16 in doubles with partner Carl Ho at the ITA Regional Tournament. In the same tournament, he reached the round of 32 in singles losing to the eventual winner Boise State's Damien Hume. Berg won all three singles matches at the Denver Invitational.
2010-2011: Sophomore Season
Berg played mostly at number five in singles and played equally at the number one and number two positions in doubles during the spring season. He has a 15-9 record in singles. Teamed mostly with Ben Dunbar in doubles, the duo finished the season with a 13-6 record. The duo was named All MWC Doubles and was ranked 40 in ITA doubles. He received the Amigo Scholarship due to his outstanding grades at UNM.
2009-2010: Freshman Season
He ended the 2010 spring season with a 10-match singles winning streak and an eight-match doubles winning streak intact. He partnered with Ben Dunbar in doubles to go a perfect 6-0 in conference play. Teamed with Dunbar, the duo went 9-1 in dual doubles including an impeccable 8-0 mark at the No. 2 slot. He reached 20 singles wins to finish with a 20-10 overall mark, 12-5 in dual play and 8-5 in fall play. He went a perfect 4-0 at the No. 5 singles spot. He won the "B" flight of the Balloon Fiesta Invite with five overall wins at the event. He pushed first-seeded David Simson to three sets at the ITA Fall Regional, losing 3-6, 7-6, 6-4.
Prior to UNM
He is a 2009 graduate of Tamiscal High School in Larkspur, Calif. He was invited to be a part of California Honors Society. He went undefeated in match play all four years except for one loss to Eric Ramos, who now plays for Purdue, his sophomore year. As a senior in 2009, he won the NCS (North Coast Section) and MCAL (Marin County Athletic League) doubles championships. His high school team was MCAL champions all four years, NCS champions in 2007 and made it to the CIF Northern California championship semifinals in 2006. He was ranked in top 100 in singles for 18-year-olds and fourth in Northern California. He was ranked first as a 16-year-old in Northern California. He finished high school ranked 81st nationally in the boys' class of 2009. He was listed as a four-star recruit.
He is the son of Ron and Lisa Berg and has two sibling, Jonathon and Hadley. His mom played No. 1 singles at Oklahoma State and coached tennis at Oral Roberts University. His hobbies include golfing, surfing, snowboarding, music and hanging out with friends. He is majoring in Marketing. His favorite sports memory is winning the NCS double title with Alex De Chatellus, who now plays for Dartmouth.
Head Coach Alan Dils on Berg:
"I'm looking for a great senior season from him. It's time for him to step up and be a leader. I'm really looking for him to shine in both singles and doubles. He has had excellent years in both departments for the last three years. He is going to have to adjust to a new doubles partner, but I think they will have a great chance to really get a high national ranking and potentially get to go to NCAA Championships in doubles. I expect him to be one the guys that win a lot of points for us in singles wherever he is in the lineup."