Jeremie Casabon - Men's Tennis - Vanderbilt University Athletics

Jeremie Casabon Season 2021-22

Class Sophomore
Hometown Flourtown, Pa.
High school Evert (Fla.) Tennis Academy
Major Human and Organizational Development
Bio

Honors
• 2021 First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll

Rankings
• Highest Singles Ranking: No. 83 (Preseason – 9/7/21)

Career Records (through 2021-22 season)
Singles: 24-24
Doubles: 13-16
Total: 37-40

As a Sophomore (2021-22)
• 7-4 dual record in doubles play with a 6-3 record at the No. 3 doubles spot
• Clinched two match victories this season – vs. Northwestern (March 9) and Indiana (March 23)
• Clinched five doubles points this season – vs. Tennessee State (Feb. 18), vs. LSU (March 18), vs. Indiana (March 23), at Mississippi State (April 15), at SEC Tournament – First Round: vs. Alabama (April 20)
• Won a three-set thriller, 3-6, 6-2, 6-3, against SEC Freshman of the Week (March 2) Thomas Paulsell of Georgia on March 4
• Teamed up with George Harwell for the first time this season to clinch the doubles point on Court 2 and defeat Patrick Fletchall and Ilya Tiraspolsky of Indiana, 6-4, on March 23
• Paired with Michael Ross on Court 3 for the first time, the duo clinched the doubles point on Court 3 after defeating Carles Hernandez and Nemanja Malesevic of Mississippi State, 6-4, on April 15

As a Freshman (2020-21)
• 13-12 overall singles record, including a 12-9 dual-match record
• 6-11 in doubles, including a 5-8 mark in dual match play
• Earned his first ranked win with a 6-2, 3-6, 6-4 win over No. 8 Andy Andrade of Florida
• Competed primarily at No. 3 doubles
• Ranked as high as No. 108 in the singles poll
• Finished the season ranked No. 121 in the ITA singles rankings

The Casabon File
• Five-star recruit
• Reached No. 1 in Boys 12 national ranking
• Jimmy Evert Merit Scholarship recipient for school years 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
• Selected as Legacy Youth Tennis and Education player representative at Legacy Annual Benefit in 2018
• Member of USTA Excellence Team since 2011
• Silver Ball in 2014
• Two Silver Balls in 2016
• A Silver Ball and Gold Ball in 2018
• Chose to attend Vanderbilt because of the perfect mix of tennis and academics