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Jamey Bower
Port Orange, Florida
 
Spruce Creek H.S.- I.B. Program
Recent Graduate, Class of 2013
 

Overall Record: 7-3 #650 on This Week's Recruiting List
GENERAL INFORMATION
 Height: 5' 8"
 Weight: 160 lbs
 Plays: Right-handed
 H.S. Coach: Todd Palmer
 Private Coach:   Trey Bogue
 Favorite Player: David Ferrer
 

HIGH SCHOOL
Spruce Creek High School. Port Orange, FL
-Freshman: Number 5 singles; Team reached 6th place in the state Championship in Florida class 4A.
-Sophomore: Number 2 singles; Number 1 doubles; Team placed 8th at State Championship in Florida class 4A.
-Junior: Number 1 Singles, Number 1 Doubles; Led team to 6th place at state championship in Florida class 4A. Reached state semi-finals in #1 singles at Florida 4A championship.
* Awarded team Most Valuable Player for 2012 season.
* Brighthouse Sports Breakfast of Champions 2012 Volusia County Boys Tennis Athlete of the Year,
* 2012 Daytona Beach News Journal Volusia County Tennis Player of the Year.

TENNIS CAMPS
Ed Krass College Exposure Camp- Warrior of the Week USF Summer 2012

Ed Krass College Exposure Camp - Davidson College, Summer 2012

 
RECENT COMMITMENTS
10/01 Ethan Kolsky chooses Boston U
9/30 Eden Richardson chooses LSU
9/30 Zoey Nelson chooses Eastern Washington
9/29 Michael Ogundele chooses NC A&T
9/29 Clarissa Jolley chooses Air Force
9/29 Andjelija Bozovic chooses Indiana
9/29 Caroline Cox chooses CMS
9/28 Matthew Lord chooses Virginia
9/28 Andrew Imrie chooses RPI
9/27 Noah Morrow chooses Redlands

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