Sam Gibbs
    Sam Gibbs

    Class:
    Senior

    Hometown:
    Fresno, Calif.

    High School:
    Bullard

    Last College:
    Fresno City College

    Height / Weight:
    5-11 / 160

    Fresno State: (2005-06) A 2006 first-team All-WAC selection in doubles ... was outstanding in doubles with Sergiu Modoc ... posted a dual match record of 11-7 with Modoc ... upset then-No. 2 Born and Siljestrom of Middle Tennessee in the tiebreaker ... defeated then-No. 17 Schoeck and Shields of Boise State in the tiebreaker ... earned a doubles national ranking of No. 44 to conclude the 2006 season.

    (2004-05) Played sparingly in singles but was very good in doubles ... went 12-7 at No. 3 with Andy Sinn, finishing the season with three wins in a row ... owned a 6-9 record in singles, going 3-9 in duals ... began the season fast, going 3-0 in singles and 2-1 in doubles during the fall ... is a local player whose doubles game is considered very strong ... all of his victories came in straight sets.

    Prior to Fresno State: A standout at the JC level ... was California JC Player of the Year as a sophomore ... earned JC All-America honors in both singles and doubles ... a tremendous all-around player, he finished second in the state in singles and third in doubles ... helped lead FCC to a 20-0 record and a state tennis title ... played doubles with Robert Kendrick in a challenger last summer.

    Personal: Born Feb. 13, 1984 ... parents' names are Mary Ann and Jim Gibbs ... has two sisters, Ali and Brynn ... is cousins with Drew Bennett, a wide receiver on the Tennessee Titans ... lists his favorite athlete as David Carr because he is a Fresno State alum ... attended Fresno State tennis matches while growing up in the Fresno area where he went to Bullard High School.

    Career Singles Statistics

    YearOverallDualTourn
    2004-056-93-93-0
    2005-062-42-40-0
    Totals8-135-133-0

    Career Doubles Statistics

    YearOverallDualTourn
    2004-0512-811-71-1
    2005-0612-912-90-0
    Totals24-1723-161-1

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