Alex Grubbs
    Alex Grubbs


    Fort Worth, TX

    High School:
    Anderson School

    Height / Weight:
    5-9 / 139

    Computer Science

    2012-13 (Junior)
    Finished second on the team with 18 overall and 12 dual match singles wins ... tied for the team lead with two Mountain West singles victories ... went 4-3 at No. 3 and 6-5 at No. 4 ... won 17 overall doubles matches ... posted a 9-8 record at No. 2 doubles with Jack McCullers ... the duo won all three matches at the season-opening DU Invitational, defeating teams from Denver, New Mexico and Nebraska ... won his first-round match at the ITA All-America Prequalifying before falling in the second round ... advanced to the consolation semifinals in singles and doubles at the ITA Mountain Region Tournament.

    2011-12 (Sophomore)
    Won the team's Lightning Bolt Award, given to the player with the most combined dual match wins ... posted 15 singles and 14 doubles victories for 29 total wins ... was 21-10 overall in singles and 15-8 in dual matches ... tied for team lead with 15 wins ... had a 6-4 record at the No. 2 position and an 8-4 mark at No. 4 ... captured a 3-6, 6-3, 6-0 victory at No. 2 singles over Derek Siddiqui of San Diego State for his second career Mountain West victory ... won the "B" singles flight at the UNM Balloon Fiesta Classic in the fall ... went 13-9 in doubles, all at the No. 2 spot, with Andy Jackson ... the pair won two Mountain West matches, defeating San Diego State and UNLV.

    2010-11 (Freshman)
    Led the team with 17 overall and 11 dual singles victories ... won eight matches at the No. 4 spot ... won a team-high 31 overall matches ... tied for second with 14 overall doubles wins, including nine duals ... one of only two Falcons to win a MWC singles match, defeating Daniel Sanchez of TCU, 6-2, 6-4, at the No. 4 spot ... posted six doubles wins with Taylor Soster ... named AFA Athlete of the Week during the fall season.

    Before Air Force
    Ranked #35 in Texas USTA, Boy's 18s ... highest 2010 National Ranking was #156 ... won four rounds (one main, three consolation) at National Open in El Paso (2009) ... won doubles title at Corpus Christi Super Champ Major Zone (2009).

    Parents are Kenneth and Linda Grubbs ... has one brother ... completed a social sciences class this past summer ... active in his squadron as a standardization/evaluation officer and assistant flight commander ... also recruited by West Point and Duquesne ... hobbies include swimming and playing games ... favorite food is steak ... favorite movie is Shrek ... favorite book is Ender's Game ... person in history he would most like to meet is George Washington ... his greatest moment in sports was helping teammate Mike Tope get his first career win in his final career match last season ... credits his parents with the biggest influence on his sports career ... favorite professional tennis player is Roger Federer ... member of cadet squadron 10.

    Inside Men's Tennis