Charlie Ramsay
Charlie Ramsay

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Chattanooga, Tenn.

High School:
McCallie

Height:
5-10

Birthdate:
07/10/1987

Experience:
2L

Awards:
Tiger 3.0 Club (Fall 2006); C-USA Academic Honor Roll (2006-07)


Fall 2009: Lost his first match of the fall to Georgia Tech's Dean O'Brien, 6-3, 6-3, at the Southern Intercollegiate Championships in Athens, Ga...Advanced to the semifinal round of A1 singles flight at Steve Baras Memorial Tournament in Chattanooga, Tenn...In first round, upended UNC-Greensboro's William John, 6-7(5), 6-2, 1-0...Defeated Jacksonville State's Brian Kenyon, 6-2, 6-4, in second round...Fell to Eastern Kentucky's Alex Das in semifinal round, 7-6(2), 6-4...Lost to Kentucky's Bradley Cox, 5-7, 6-2, 6-4, in first round of main draw at ITA Ohio Valley Regional in Bloomington, Ind...Teamed with Michael Hayes in doubles at Steve Baras Memorial Tournament...Fell to Mercer's Dave Barton and Evandro Rosindo, 8-6, in first round play...Partnered with Leon Nasemann to advance to semifinals of doubles draw at ITA Ohio Valley Regional...Defeated Eastern Vanderbilt's Salcedo and Jones, 9-7, in first match of doubles draw...Upended Eastern Kentucky's Das and Pons, 8-6, in quarterfinal match...Fell to nation's No. 1 doubles team in Tennessee's Sandgren and Smith, 8-2, in semifnal round.

Spring 2009: Played No. 3 and No.4 singles for the Tigers during 2009 season...Compiled an 11-10 overall record in singles...Was 5-5 at the No. 3 spot...Picked up wins over UAPB, Scottsdale Community College, Morehead State, Murray State and Southeastern Louisiana...Went 6-5 at No. 4 spot...Picked up wins over South Alabama, Ball State, UT Martin, Cal Poly, Glendale Community College and Rhodes...Overall doubles record was 7-8...Went 3-2 in doubles at No. 1 position with Jorge Vazquez...Was 2-2 with Michael Hayes at No. 3 doubles...Went 2-3 with Leon Nasemann at No. 3 spot...Put up 0-1 record with Spencer Heflin in doubles...Had doubles victories over Arizona, Scottdale C.C., Georgia State, Rhodes, Murray State, Southeastern Louisiana and Prairie View A&M.

Fall 2008: Advanced to the third round of the Wilson/ITA Southeast Regional Championship in Lexington, Ky...Defeated Filip Kricka of 61st-ranked Stetson in the first round of the Southeast Regional ...Followed up his first round win with a 2-6, 6-4, 6-0, defeat of Jonathan Tragardh of 18th-ranked LSU...Fell in the third round to Ole Miss' Bram ten Berge, the 58th-rated player in the nation...Picked up first round win at the 2008 ULL Invitational, defeating John Strahl of Abilene Christian.

Spring 2008: Posted a 9-11 singles dual record...Was 1-0 at the No. 4 singles position...Posted a 7-11 mark at the No. 5 spot...Had a 1-0 mark at the No. 6 singles spot...Was 20-12 in doubles competition in the Spring of 2008...Teamed with Amrit Narasimhan to post a 16-11 mark at the No. 1 singles position...Partnered with Spencer Heflin for a 4-1 record.

Fall 2007: Won four of his first six singles matches of the fall, but finished with a 4-5 singles mark...Lost his opening fall match to Western Kentucky's Chad True, 1-6, 6-2, 6-3 in the opening round of the Middle Tennessee State tournament, then won his consolation quarterfinal match, 6-3, 6-2 over Morehead State's Charles Williams and his consolation semifinals match 6-4, 7-5 over Western Kentucky's Currie Martin...Opened the Southern Intercollegiates with a straight set win over Wofford's Paul Barholomy before falling to Florida's Billy Mulligan in the Round of 32...Was 0-2 in singles play at the ITA Southeast Regionals...Played more doubles matches this fall than any of his Tiger teammates, opening with a 2-0 winning streak with Spencer Heflin en route to the finals at the Middle Tennessee tournament...He then teamed with Amrit Narasimhan to win five straight matches to claim the Southern Intercollegiate Doubles Championship...He and Narasimhan defeated Duke's Arnould and Michel in the opening round, then downed Vanderbilt's Paulido and Preston to advance to the quarters...There, they defeated the Charleston Southern team of Dean and Peek, 9-7, and followed that with an 8-6 win over Middle Tennessee's Nowak and Peers in the semifinals...In the finals, Narasimhan and Ramsay defeated the Tennessee duo of Sandgren and Smith to become the first Tiger doubles team since former head coach Phil Chamberlain to win a doubles crown at the Southern Intercollegiate Championships.

Spring 2007: Tied for team lead with a total of 16 singles victories for the year, including an 11-10 mark in dual season play...Was 9-9 at No. 4 singles in the spring and 2-1 at No. 3, going 6-4 over his last 10 matches and going 2-1 in regular season competition against league foes...Also led the team with 17 doubles wins, including a 10-10 mark in dual season play, all at the No. 2 doubles spot when teamed with Jimmy Khougassian.

Fall 2006: Led Memphis with a 5-5 mark in singles during his first collegiate semester...Picked up his first collegiate singles victory with a 6-1, 6-2 win over Western Michigan's RK Bacalla at the Virginia Fall Classic...Advanced to the semis of the Virginia Fall Classic, before falling to Harvard's Scott Denenberg, 7-5, 6-3...Won his first tiebreaker he played in, defeating Armstrong Atlantic's paul Bishop, 6-3, 0-6, 10-4...Would fall in his next tiebreaker, 7-5, 3-6, 10-4 to USF's Keith Embree at the Middle Tennessee Fall Classic in the quarterfinals...Was 2-1 in three set matches the remainder of the fall, defeating East Tennessee's Predrag Burmazovic, 4-6, 6-4, 6-1, and Vanderbilt's Evan Dufaux, 6-4, 2-6, 7-5...Dufaux started the spring season as one of the top 100 ranked singles player in the country...Teamed with Jimmy Khougassian for a 6-4 record in doubles...The tandem won their first collegiate title together by winning the consolation title at the UVA Fall Classic by defeating William & Mary's Zuck and Waddel, 9-8...Ramsay and Khougassian also advanced to the finals at the MTSU Fall Invitational, before falling to Tcherveniachki and Sandrgren of Tennessee, 8-4...Was named to the Tiger 3.0 club for having a GPA of 3.0 or higher following his first college semester.

Prep: Was a four-year letterwinner in tennis, a three-year letterwinner in basketball and a one-year letterwinner in golf at McCallie High School in Chattanooga...Won the Chattanooga Rotary tournament in 2002, the State Closed in 2004, the TSSAA State Doubles in 2006 and the TSSAA State Team Championship as a senior...Captained his tennis team his sophomore, junior and senior years...Was also named team MVP all three years and received the senior award...Was named a Gatorade Will to Win Athlete in 2003 in basketball, where he played point guard...Also won the Chattanooga Men's City Open Championship in 2003...Was coached by Eric Voges in high school.

Personal: Born July 10 in Murfreesboro, Tenn...Son of Chuck and Kit Ramsay...His dad is a schoolteacher...Majoring in sports management...Comes from a very athletic family...His sister, Kat, played college soccer at the University of Evansville and professionally for the MYSC Lady Blues of the WPSL...Would play Georgia if he could put any team on the schedule...Also recruited by Middle Tennessee and Wofford...Enjoys golf and fishing in his free time.

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