FALL 2007: Had a four match win streak in both singles and doubles for a 5-2 mark in singles and 6-2 in doubles with partner Kamil Pajkowski.
JUNIOR: Named to the All-Mountain West Conference singles team for the third straight year and to the doubles team for the second straight season... honored as an MWC Scholar Athlete and on the MWC All-Academic team... went 16-16 in singles and 20-10 in doubles... took on 13 ranked opponents in singles, grabbing two wins... posted a 9-5 record at No. 1 doubles with Kamil Pajkowski, forming the winningest duo on the team with an overall 18-9 record... won the ITA Mountain Regional doubles title with Pajkowski, earning a bid to the ITA National Indoor Championships.
SOPHOMORE: Took home All-MWC honors, for singles and doubles... named to MWC All-Academic Team... 22-13 record in singles... 22 wins were tied for most on the team as he played at the number one and two positions all season... netted a 17-10 record in doubles including opening up the year 14-3 with teammate Kamil Pajkowski... faced off against six ranked opponents posting a 3-3 record... went 6-0 at No. 2 position in the spring... Earned his first national ranking, placing 97th in the ITA preseason poll... worked through the Qualifying Draw of the Polo Ralph Lauren ITA All-American Championships, advancing to the Main Draw... defeated No. 64 Sander Koning and No. 125 Jarrett Chirico at the All-Americans... just missed upsetting No. 70 Andrew Hamar of Wake Forest... made it to the Round of 16 at the ITA Regional Championships... teamed with Kamil Pajkowski, going 4-2... went to the final qualifying round at the All-Americans with Pajkowski... made it to the quarterfinals with Pajkowski at the ITA Regionals.
FRESHMAN: Honored as the program's first MWC Freshman of the Year... named an ITA Scholar Athlete and MWC Scholar Athlete for posting at least a 3.5 GPA... made the 2005 Spring Academic All-MWC team... was the only freshman to make the MWC all-singles team... posted a team-high 23 wins in singles after starting the spring season 12-0 in dual matches... went 23-11 in singles, including a 7-0 mark at No. 2... was 19-10 in doubles... entered the spring ranked 12th in the region for singles, the second highest of any freshman... was ranked 14th with Pajkowski in doubles to start the 2005 season, the highest of any freshman duo in the region... started his career making the semifinals of the New Mexico State Aggie Invitational... had a stellar performance at the ICY HOT/ITA All-American Championships, advancing to the finals of the pre-qualifying round... selected as the first alternate for the qualifying rounds which led to his upset of 79th ranked Gwinyai Chingoka of SMU... capped the fall season with a good showing at the Wilson/ITA Mountain Regional Championships where he advanced to the quarterfinals in singles and teamed with Pajkowski to make it to the round of 16 in doubles.
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Brighton College, graduating in 2004... did not compete for his high school team... held a junior world ranking of 155.
PERSONAL: Born to Andrea and Trevor Jones on May 21, 1986... full name is Alexander Max Jones... has one brother (Tristan) and one sister (Zoe)... likes to take the tram to the top of Sandia Peak, bungee jump and play chess and soccer... favorite food is kebob and favorite athlete is Manchester United midfielder Roy Keane... says his greatest thrill while participating in sports was winning events or playing at Junior Wimbledon... majoring in psychology.