Student-Athletes to be well represented in UNLV's 50th Commencement Ceremony.
Men's tennis earns team honor for ninth straight year.
Six players honored for their work in the classroom.
Men's tennis sees season end with loss to TCU at MW Championships.
Rebels fall at Boise State; ready for MW Championships.
*2011 ITA SCHOLAR-ATHLETE*
UNLV: One of a trio of seniors on this year's edition of the Rebels ... Will return to the starting lineup in both singles and doubles after leading the team in singles victories a year ago ... A seasoned international player who followed former Rebel great Elliot Wronski (2006-09) in making the move from Great Britain to Las Vegas ... The only left-handed player on this year's roster ... Finished the fall with a 5-3 mark in singles ... He and doubles partner Rene Ruegamer earned their first career ITA national ranking at No. 43 in the preseason ... Bull's 5-2 doubles record in the fall was compiled with four different partners ... One of two UNLV men's players to earn 2011 ITA Scholar-Athlete honors ... One of a league-leading seven UNLV members of the 2011 Academic All-Mountain West team.
2011: Led the team with a 23-12 singles record ... His 17-8 mark in duals came at the Nos. 3-6 positions in the lineup, including a 10-6 mark at No. 5 ... Went 3-3 in Mountain West play and also downed San Diego State's Juan Florez 6-3, 6-4 in the first round of the conference tournament on April 27 ... Played with four different partners en route to rolling up a 19-14 doubles mark, which included a 12-7 record with Ruegamer ... After sitting out his first year, made his collegiate debut at September's UNLV Fall Invite ... Earned his first career win at the event, downing Fresno State's Hugo Veri Fortin 6-4, 6-3 ... Finished his first fall on the courts with a 6-4 singles mark and 5-3 record in doubles, including a 4-0 record playing with Ruegamer ... That duo won the doubles title at the Larry Easley Memorial Classic on Halloween with a 9-8 victory over teammates Mehdi Bouras and Bernard Schoeman.
2010: Member of team but did not play.
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2009 graduate of Reed's School located in Cobham, Surrey ... Coached by Adrien Blackman ... Ranked in top 15 in Great Britain and as high as 266 in ITF ... Played in 2008's Junior Wimbeldon ... Won juniors titles in 2006-07 in 16-and-under and 2004-05 in 14-and-under division ... Also competed in cricket, soccer, rugby and field hockey.
PERSONAL: Alex Bull was born on Feb. 26, 1990, in London ... The son of Jacky and David Bull ... Has a younger brother, Jordan ... Majoring in journalism/media studies ... Favorite tennis player is Roger Federer.
Bull's Collegiate Record SINGLES Year Tour. Dual (MW) Total 2010-11 6-4 17-8 3-3 23-12