Jack Hamburg  
Jack Hamburg


Rapid City, S.D.

High School:
Stevens HS



Gophers Kick Off Big Ten Tournament

Minnesota opens tournament play with a match against No. 10 seed Indiana


Gophers' Comeback Bid Falls Short

Tenth-seeded Indiana defeated No. 7 seeded Minnesota, 4-3, in the first round of the Big Ten Tournament Thursday in East Lansing, Mich.


Toledo Earns Third All-Big Ten Honor

Leandro Toledo was a unanimous First Team All-Big Ten selection


Gophers Fall in Final Regular-Season Match

Minnesota finished 5-6 in Big Ten play to earn at No. 7 seed in the conference tournament


Gophers Win Doubles, Fall to No. 10 Illinois

Minnesota took a 1-0 lead with wins at Nos. 1 and 2 doubles but fell, 5-1, to the 10th-ranked Illini.


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2012-13 •SOPHOMORE SEASON: Presented with the Minnesota Gophers Team Spirit Award • 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.

2011-12 • FRESHMAN SEASON: 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 (5/11) 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 (3/23) • 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 (3/9) at the Rochester Athletic Club in Rochester, Minn. • Tandem finished the season unranked, but was ranked as high as No. 57 in late March • Was also 0-1 in doubles with Eric Frueh.

PRIOR TO MINNESOTA: 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.

PERSONAL: 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.