Patrick Rose
Patrick Rose

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Highland, Ill.

High School:
New Trier High School

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 160

Birthdate:
03/04/1987

Experience:
2VL



P.J. Rose in Spring 2007: Records -- 2-2, 1-0 Big Ten; Doubles 4-1; 1-0 Big Ten
Team posted a 5-0 record in duals which he appeared ... Suffered a season-ending injury less than a month into year; final match was March 4 at Harvard ... Lost both matches against Western Michigan opponents at season-opening Boilermaker Invitational, but won his two dual matches, first at No. 6 vs. Marquette's Greg Sirotek and a week later vs. Michigan State's Jason Norville ... Posted a 3-1 doubles record with Eric Hodgman, beating duos from Washington (Mo.), Ball State and Harvard ... Won 8-4 at No. 3 doubles with older brother Paul vs. Toledo's Chris Clark and Wade Ward

Rose in Fall 2006: Injured ... did not play.

Rose in 2005-06: Records -- Singles: 12-8 (0-1 Big Ten); Doubles:12-6 (0-2 Big Ten) ... Missed last two months of season due to injury; last match played on Feb. 26 versus Indiana ... Began his collegiate singles with four consecutive victories; finished fall season at 8-4 ... Reached the final eight of the Big Ten Singles Championship before losing to Indiana's Dara McLoughlin ... Purdue Invitational White Flight winner; defeated teammate Griffin Nienberg in the finals, 6-3, 6-2 ... Began spring season on a four-match winning streak, defeating competitors from Valparaiso, Toledo, Harvard and Butler ... Posted an impressive 12-5 doubles record with Eric Hodgman ; reached Sweet 16 of the ITA Midwest Regional Championships.

Rose at New Trier High School: Four-year letterwinner...received all-state honors and was MVP as a junior and senior...U-18 singles champion at 2005 Franklin Winter Junior Tennis Championships after defeating current teammate Kurt Zaske 7-6, 6-2... U-16 singles champion at 2003 Franklin Winter Junior Tennis Championships.

Rose's Vitals: Given name is Patrick Joseph Rose...born March 4, 1987...parents are Zofia and Pete Rose...has two older brothers, Peter, who played tennis at Iowa, and Paul, a senior on Purdue's tennis team.