Rodrigo Avila
Rodrigo Avila
Height: 5-7
Weight: 135
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Cuernavaca, Mexico
High School: Tec de Monterrey Campus

Career Statistics (2012-14)

2013-14: Winner of Conference Carolinas' most prestigous award, the Murphy Osborne Award...First team all-conference honoree...Named to the Conference Carolinas all-tournament team...Named King University Male Athlete of the Year...Conference Carolinas Player of the Week after taking four straight wins over Mars Hill University, North Greenville University, Belmont Abbey College and Bluefield State College from February 25-March 2...Defeated Mars Hill's Alberto Ortiz 6-1, 6-2 to start the streak, followed it with a 6-1, 6-0 win over Juan Vargas of North Greenville...Capped the run with a 6-1, 6-2 win over Juan Baez of Belmont Abbey and a 2-6, 6-0, 10-5 victory over Bluefield State's Aziz Yuldashev...Led King to a 10-match winning streak, second place finish in the Conference Carolinas regular season, and King's first Conference Carolinas Tournament win, a 5-0 triumph over Erskine College...Played primarily at No. 2 singles where he went 14-5...Posted an overall singles record of 19-9, including a 6-2 mark in league play...Registered a 16-8 overall doubles record, going 16-6 at the first flight with partner Leo Brigato...Won six straight sigles matches, including the final five of the regular season before falling in three sets in the Conference Carolinas Tournament Semifinals...Went 3-1 in three set matches...Was victorious in his final six, and nine of his last 10 doubles matches...Along with Brigato, the duo went on a five-match winning streak at the beginning of the spring season...Academic All-Conference Carolinas.

2012-13: Selected first team All-Conference Carolinas... Posted a 13-7 singles record, including an 11-7 mark at No. 1 singles... Registered a doubles record of 13-8, all at No. 1 doubles... Went 6-4 in both singles and doubles in Conference Carolinas play... Had a doubles record of 10-7 playing with partner Pable Vidal and 3-1 doubles record playing with Leo Brigato... Won five straight singles matches from October 12-March 2... Earned Academic All-Conference Carolinas honors.