Rodrigo Campos
Rodrigo Campos
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Minas Gerais, Brazil
High School: Rogedo

2012-13 (Junior) | Match-by-Match Results
Finished with a 19-11 overall record...the 19 individual wins were a team-high...posted a 4-2 mark in Horizon League play...saw action at No. 4, No. 5 and No. 6 singles...was 7-3 at No. 5 singles, 4-2 at No. 4 and 3-3 at No. 6...picked up Horizon League wins over Cleveland State, UIC, Valparaiso and Wright State...ended the year on a six-match win streak and won seven of final eight...also had a four-game winning Horizon League Tournament won in straight sets against Detroit and three against UIC...played in five three-set matches, winning four...was 5-3 in fall tournament action...won twice at Louisiville and River Forest Tournaments...picked up nine wins in doubles play...teamed up with Zeeshan Ismail for six wins...earned his third letter.

2011-12 (Sophomore) | Match-by-Match Results
Posted a  16-12 record for the season...was 11-8 in dual action and 5-4 in tournament play...was 5-2 in Horizon League play, which ranked him second on the team in dual play saw action at No. 4 (1-0), No. 5 (5-3) and No. 6 (5-5)...won eight doubles matches during the dual action played nine three-set matches...was 6-3 in three-set matches...won a match at No. 6 against 59th-ranked Stetson...had a solid performance in a 6-4, 6-3 loss to No. 110 Nelson Vick of Ohio State...earned league wins over Detroit, Green Bay, Valparaiso, UIC and Butler...picked up three-set win against Butler playing in the four spot...earned a win over Butler in the HL Tournament...won four of final five decisions of the season...played No. 2 doubles in his final 10 appearances of the year...opened the spring by winning first four matches...earned his second letter.

2010-11 (Freshman) | Match-by-Match Results
Posted a 14-17 record for the dual action, was 11-9 with all 20 matches played at No. 5 singles...closed the season strong winning nine of 13 HL play, picked up wins against UIC, Valparaiso and Butler...won both of his matches against Wright State and Butler in the Horizon League Championships...played six three-set matches, posting a 3-3 record...season-best winning streak was three...reached the consolation final of the Dayton/Wright State Invitational in the doubles play, won seven matches...went 3-3 playing alongside Max Schmerin...earned his first letter.

High School: Played for the Minar Tennis Club...coached by Henrique Quintana...earned a ranking as high as 20th nationally...won eight state titles within Minas Gerais.

Personal: Parents are Alexandre and Carmen...has a brother...birthday is Oct. 17...major is business...enjoys playing soccer.