SENIOR (2008-09):Named to the Mountain West Conference Doubles team...partnered with Johnny Parkes for an overall doubles record of 21-9...most doubles wins in his UNM career...finished tied for 22nd on the all-time doubles list with a career record of 55-38...won four consecutive doubles matches at the ITA Fall Regional, advancing to the finals...win first six doubles matches of the season and six from March 13-March 29...named MWC Player of the Week on April 1...faced four ranked doubles opponents with wins over a No. 20 and No. 75 combination...posted an 18-8 singles record...captured the match-winning point in the MWC Championship match, defeating No. 72 Kriegler Brink, 6-7 (1-7), 6-2, 7-6 (7-0)...third consecutive year with 18 or more singles wins...finishes career with an overall singles record of 65-38...carried an eight-match win streak from March 13-April 9...lost just six singles matches in the spring, going 4-2 in conference...played all but three matches in the No. 3 lineup spot...defeated four ranked opponents...participated in the USTA Futures Invite in the fall.
JUNIOR (2007-08): Finished 19-14 in singles and 6-5 in doubles...saw most success at No. 4 position, going 8-2...won five matches in a row from March 22 to April 12...went 4-2 at the fall ITA Regional to help the Lobos advance to the Indoor Playoff...collected the most wins on the team in the fall with a 9-6 mark in singles and 4-3 in doubles.
SOPHOMORE (2006-07): In his first full season, went 27-14 in singles and 19-15 in doubles... perfect at No. 3 (2-0) and 11-8 at No. 4 singles... in doubles, posted a 2-4 mark at No. 1, 3-3 at No. 2 and 1-4 at No. 3... led the team in March with an eight-match singles win streak.
FRESHMAN (2006):Joined the Lobos in the spring portion of the season... had little trouble stepping right in and playing competitively with Johnny Parkes at No. 2 doubles... got stronger as the year went along winning four of his last five matches in doubles... saw limited action in singles.
HIGH SCHOOL: Earned a tennis scholarship to Millfield, playing under head coaches Adrian Simcox and Phil Thomas... guided his 2003-04 team to a third place finish in nationals... led his team to the championships of the Youll Cup and National Schools tournament, finishing second in both... teamed with Max Jones to make the Quarterfinals of the 18-under British nationals... won the singles, doubles and mixed doubles titles in the 18-under division of the Sussex County Championships... a talented runner, competed in the 12-under 800-meter race at nationals... ran at the 16-under cross country nationals.
PERSONAL: Born Dec. 7, 1986, to Pippa and Grant Bugby in Shoreham, England... has one brother, Edward... enjoys playing many sports and hanging out with his friends... favorite athletes are Roger Federer and Steve Prefontani... likes fajitas and Indian and Chinese food... lists his greatest thrill while playing sports as being part of a team, being supported by the team and school, participating in national tournaments and just winning ... majoring in Psychology.