Men's Tennis

Nate Lammons
Nate  Lammons

RS Senior

The Woodlands, Texas

High School:
The Woodlands College Park High School




Trio Of Mustangs Earn Conference Scholar-Athlete Sport Excellence Award

Acker, Skatteboe and Lammons honored for academic, athletic and service efforts


Lammons, Nettlefold Receive ITA Scholar-Athlete Recognition

Players with a GPA of 3.50 or above honored for efforts in classroom


Mustangs Top Rice, 4-2, In Regular Season Finale

SMU sweeps singles wins on courts 1-4 to earn 18th win of season


Thirty Student-Athletes Recognized On SMU Honor Roll

Honor Roll students rank in the top 15 percent of their respective college


SMU Tops UCSB, 6-1, In First Match At The New SMU Tennis Complex

Mustangs Begin Spring Season With Solid Victory


SMU Men's Tennis - Jack Kramer Club Invite

SMU Men's Tennis - Jack Kramer Club Invite

2014-15 (Jr.): Entered the ITA singles rankings for the first time in his career on March 17 (No. 110)... Singles: Led the team with 24 singles wins... Held a 16-5 mark in the spring, including 14 wins at No. 4 singles... Entered the ITA singles rankings for the first time in his career at No. 110 after winning four straight matches in straight sets from Feb. 28-March 6... Won six matches against players from top-75 teams... Reached the singles finals of the Jack Kramer Club Invitational in the fall, beating opponents from Oregon, Washington, Baylor and Arizona along the way... Won two matches in pre-qualifying at the ITA All-American Championships... Doubles: Went 15-6 with partner Arkadijs Slobodkins, including a 13-4 mark at the No. 2 position in the spring... Opened dual match play with a 12-0 record with Slobodkins, with the duo going unbeaten in their first 16 matches of the spring... Won six matches against pairs from top-75 teams, including wins over Adrien Berkowicz/Nick Naumann of No. 9 Texas and Vadym/Sasha Gozun of No. 22 USF.

2013-14 (So.): Singles: Went 17-11 overall for the season, with a 12-6 record in dual matches... Won four matches at No. 4 singles and five at No. 6... Finished the season undefeated in his final six matches... Won six straight matches from Feb. 28 to March 16... Beat Andres Alfonzo of No. 56 TCU on April 1... Went 5-5 in singles in the fall... Doubles: Went 19-8 overall with a 9-5 record in dual matches... Went undefeated over eight matches from March 18 to April 18... Defeated Winston Lin and Mike Vermeer of No. 19 Columbia on March 18... Went 10-3 in the fall, pairing with Alex Sanders for the first time... Won the doubles title at the Jack Kramer Club Invite... Won their first five matches together, seven of their first nine and 11 of their first 13... Advanced to the first round of consolation singles at the ITA All-American Championships, advancing out of the pre-qualifying and qualifying stages; beat No. 45 Brett Clark and Esben Hess-Oleson of North Carolina.

2012-13 (Fr.): Singles: Went 10-10 in the spring, including a six-game unbeaten streak (Feb. 2-March 12)... Beat Lucas Vaz of No. 15 Tulsa 6-3, 7-6 (7-3) on March 10... Defeated three other opponents from ranked schools, including Tim Schweig of No. 73 Old Dominion in the first round of the Conference USA Championships... Won five matches in the spring, including four wins at the Easley Memorial (Nov. 2-4) to win his flight... Beat Will Suk of No. 22 Louisiana Tech 6-3, 6-1 on Oct. 28... Doubles: Went 8-9 overall, including a 7-7 mark with Pablo Perez-Esnaola... Appeared in both the second and third doubles position... Defeated two pairs from ranked teams - Ian Van Cott/Joe Young of No. 70 Tulane (March 3 with Perez-Esnaola) and Wesley Barrett/Tim Schweig of No. 73 Old Dominion (April 19 with Eduardo Razzeto) in the first round of the C-USA Championships.

Prior to SMU: Won Texas high school state doubles championship in 2011... Advanced to quarterfinals at Nationals in Kalamazoo, Mich., in 2011... Ranked as high as No. 7 in the state of Texas... Was a National Merit Scholar.

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