Jack Hamburg  
Jack  Hamburg


Rapid City, S.D.

High School:
Stevens HS



Season in Review: 2014-15

The Minnesota men's tennis team went 21-8 and won a Big Ten title in 2014-15


Seven Gophers Named Academic All-Big Ten

Four members of the men's tennis team received their third-career honor


Six Gophers Earn Academic All-District Honors

Hannah Brandt, Jessica Flakne, Mathieu Froment, Michael Kroells, Lindsay Mable and Jessica Plant were named to this year's Capital One Academic All-District At-Large Team.


Six Gophers Earn Academic All-District Honors

Hannah Brandt, Jessica Flakne, Mathieu Froment, Michael Kroells, Lindsay Mable and Jessica Plant were named to this year's Capital One Academic All-District At-Large Team.


Gophers Oust Michigan With 4-0 Victory

Minnesota will play Ohio State in the Big Ten Tournament semifinal Saturday at noon CT


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Finished with a 13-12 record in singles and an 18-13 mark in doubles • Academic All-Big Ten • had a 6-2 singles record at the Baseline Tennis Center on the season and was 26-12 at home in his career • went 10-10 in singles in the spring singles a positions 2, 3 and 5 • defeated No. 74 Arjun Kadhe (Feb. 1) and upset 57th-ranked Aleks Vukic of Illinois in straight sets as the Gophers downed the third-ranked Fighting Illini (April 17) • dispatched Princeton’s Dan Richardson in straight sets in the NCAA Tournament (May 8) • went 4-4 in singles against ranked opponents in 2014-15 • finished 36th in the national doubles rankings with fellow senior Mathieu Froment after going 11-10 together in the spring • tandem defeated five ranked opponents, including 12th-ranked Kadhe and Jakob Sude of Oklahoma State (Feb. 1) and No. 4 Ralf Steinbach and Kevin Metka of Ohio State at the Big Ten Tournament (April 25) • had a 3-2 fall singles record and a 6-3 fall doubles record • both singles losses and two of three doubles losses came against ranked opponents • competed at the 2014 Saint Francis Health System ITA Men's All-American Championships, going 0-1 in singles qualifying and 1-1 in doubles (Sept. 29-Oct. 3) • advanced to the quarterfinal round of the ITA Central Region Championships (Oct. 9-13) • run at the Regionals included a three-set win over No. 64 Dusty Boyer and a close, three-set loss to third-ranked Axel Alvarez of Oklahoma • played all nine fall doubles matches with Froment as the No. 11-ranked duo in the nation • dispatched No. 28 Jordan Angus and Filip Vittek of San Diego State, 3-6, 7-6 (19), 1-0 (1), before falling to No. 1 Mikelis Libietis and Hunter Reese of Tennessee at the All-American Championships (Oct. 2-3) • duo reached the semifinal at the ITA Central Region Championships (Oct. 9-13) and placed third at the Big Ten Indoor Championships (Oct. 31).

Big Ten Sportsmanship Award honoree • Academic All-Big Ten • finished the season 13-13 in singles, including a 9-2 record at the Baseline Tennis Center, and 24-5 in doubles • had an 11-9 record in the spring with all matches coming at the No. 3 position, defeating both of the ranked opponents he faced • downed No. 71 Carlos Bautista of Tulsa (Feb. 7) and No. 81 Sebastian Beltrame of Harvard (Feb. 8) in straight sets as part of a seven-match win streak from Jan. 25 to March 1 • went 13-3 in spring doubles with Mathieu Froment•duo went 24-5 overall together and reached No. 16 in the ITA national rankings, finishing at No. 35• tandem named an alternate pairing for the 2014 NCAA doubles championships• defeated 17th-ranked Casey McMaster and Denis Nguyen of Harvard, 6-4 (Feb. 8) as part of an 11-match winning streak from Jan. 25 to March 28• with Froment, went 11-2 in fall doubles • pair reached USTA/ITA Regional Championships with four wins, including an 8-4 win over 35th-ranked Guillermo Alcorta and Axel Alvarez Limas of Oklahoma (Oct. 18-21) • went 4-0 at the Gopher Invitational with Froment, including an 8-6 victory over No. 46 Filip Dzanko and David Vieyra of DePaul (Oct. 31-Nov. 3) • tandem reached Lakewood Ranch Invitational championship (Nov. 8-10).

Presented with the Minnesota Team Spirit Award • Big Ten Distinguished Scholar and ITA Scholar-Athlete • earned Big Ten Sportsmanship Award • posted an overall record of 10-14 in singles and 11-12 in doubles • marked a 5-6 record in Big Ten singles action • began the spring season playing at the No. 6 singles position and worked his way up to earn the No. 3 spot for the final 14 matches where he went 7-7 • delivered crucial wins against Viktor Farkas (No. 14 Washington), John Patrick Mullane (No. 53 Michigan State), and Bruno Abdelnour (No. 19 Illinois) to help lift team to upsets over higher-ranked opponents • won both of his singles matches during the Big Ten Tournament • played at No. 1 doubles for the majority of the season, partnering with Mathieu Froment for a 7-8 record • went 4-5 in conference doubles • defeated Michigan State's Harry Jadun and Gijs Linders in the first round of the conference championships to help the team advance • sat out the 2012 fall season to recover from injury.

ITA Scholar-Athlete • did not play in the fall season because of an injury • went 11-6 in singles in dual matches, which included a 6-4 record in the Big Ten • received the Jerry Noyce Most Improved Player award, which was voted upon by his teammates • was 0-1 at No. 4 singles, 4-4 at No. 5 and 7-1 at No. 6 • ended the season on a five-match winning streak which included a 6-3, 6-2 win against Alejandro Espejo of Tulsa (May 11) in the NCAA tournament • only two of his matches went three sets and he was 1-1 in those matches, posting a 2-6, 6-2, 7-5 win against Drew Lied of Michigan State (March 23) • teamed with Phillip Arndt in doubles and posted a 7-10 record • duo went 3-7 in Big Ten play and was 5-5 at No. 3 doubles and 2-5 at the third position • biggest win in doubles was an 8-3 upset of Cesar Bracho and Alen Salibasic of Drake (March 9) at the Rochester Athletic Club in Rochester, Minn. • tandem finished the season unranked, but was ranked as high as No. 57 in late March.

Lettered in tennis six times at Stevens High School in Rapid City, S.D. • Head coach was Jason Olson • Five-time all-Greater Dakota Conference honoree • Won five high school state championships in both singles and doubles and amassed a 111-1 record with the Raiders • Was a member of the USTA Northern Section Zonal team from 2003-07 and the National Intersectional team in 2008 and 2009 • Was on the Junior Davis Cup team in 2010 • Placed third at the 2005 National Open in Omaha, Neb. and at the 2011 St Louis (Mo.) Gateway Tournament • Finalist at the 2011 Queen City National Open in Cincinnati, Ohio • 2010 USTA Intersectional Sportsmanship Award recipient.

Considering a major in business • was a member of the National Honor Society and was a Summa Cum Laude graduate in high school • enjoys the outdoors and playing basketball and sand volleyball • most memorable sports thrill was landing a backflip skiing • son of Randy and Liz Hamburg • father played basketball at the University of South Dakota and mother competed in track for the Coyotes • born Nov. 4, 1992.

Jack Hamburg's Career Statistics
Season Singles Doubles
2011-12 11-6 7-10
2012-13 10-14 11-12
2013-14 13-13 24-5
2014-15 13-12 18-13
Career Totals 47-45 60-40