Men's Tennis

    Jamil Al-Agba
    Jamil Al-Agba


    Camarillo, Calif.

    High School:
    Laurel Springs HS

    Height / Weight:
    6-1 / 170



    THIS SEASON: Jamil Al-Agba enters his final season at USC... Ranked No. 11 with Dejan Cvetkovic in the ITA preseason doubles rankings... Went 4-1 in singles play during the fall, reaching the ITA Western Regional semifinals.

    2006: Al-Agba played at the No. 1 and No. 2 singles positions during dual match play... Went 3-8 overall in singles, playing limited matches due to a leg injury... Finished the season ranked No. 38 in doubles with Dejan Cvetkovic... Went 9-7 overall and at the No. 1 doubles position in dual matches with Cvetkovic... Received Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention...Did not compete in the fall... Ranked No. 7 in the ITA preseason singles poll... Ranked No. 38 with teammate Kaes Van't Hof in the ITA preseason doubles poll.

    2005: Al-Agba led the team in the top position throughout the year... Finished the season ranked No. 20 in the final ITA singles rankings...Named to the 2005 ITA All-American list as a sophomore, the first male Trojan to receive the honor since 2002... Selected to the 2005 All-Pac-10 second team... Selected to the men's Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention squad with a 3.18 GPA... Honored as one of six players to be named to the men's 2005 USA Tennis Collegiate Summer Team... Compiled a 17-17 overall singles record, 11-12 mark in dual matches and 4-3 record in Pac-10 play... Played at the No. 1 singles position (17-17)... Collected notable wins over No. 13 Pedro Rico of Pepperdine on Jan. 27, No. 12 Luben Pampoulov of UCLA on March 1, and No. 8 Benjamin Kohlloeffell of UCLA on April 15... Paired with Johan Berg (10-8), Drew Hoskins (3-4), and Adam Loucks (1-0)... Advanced to the second round of the Pac-10 Championship... The only Trojan to advance to the NCAA singles tournament, where he reached the second round.

    2004: Al-Agba joined the team in January and provided needed depth by competing at the top three positions... Completed the season ranked No. 81 in the final ITA singles rankings... Named 2004 All-Pac-10 honorable mention... Compiled a 21-9 overall singles record, 17-7 mark in dual matches and 10-2 record against Pac-10 opponents (the team's best conference mark)... Played primarily at the No. 2 (4-4) and No. 3 singles (11-3) positions... Also played three matches at No. 1 (3-0)... Put together a six-match win streak in the month of April... Collected notable wins over No. 18 Chris Lam of UCLA on Jan. 30, No. 11 Pierrick Ysern of San Diego on Feb. 13 and No. 57 Balazs Veress of California on April 16... Advanced to the second round of the Pac-10 Singles Tournament... Played limited doubles throughout the dual match season... Paired with Parker Collins (1-0), Daniel Langre (0-1), Ruben Torres (4-1) and Brian Wright (1-2).

    HIGH SCHOOL: Al-Agba completed his high school course work through Laurel Springs High in Ojai, Calif. ... As a prep, he was the USTA boys 18-and-under No. 1-ranked player in 2003 and the boys 16-and-under No. 1-ranked player in 2002... Ranked as high as No. 958 in ATP singles and No. 1551 in ATP doubles in 2003... He won singles events such as the 2001 boys U18 Quicksilver, 2002 Mutterspaw and 2002 California Bowl Championships... Last year, he reached the finals at the 2003 USTA Super National Hard Courts in Kalamazoo, Mich., won two rounds at the U.S. Open Junior Boys Championship and advanced to the semifinals of the Star Island Tennis Classic before falling to eventual champion (and two-time NCAA champion) Matias Boeker.

    PERSONAL: Jamil Saad Al-Agba was born on June 19, 1985, in Bremerton, Wash. ... The son of Saad and Barbara Al-Agba, he has one sister, Niran, and two brothers, Taria and Laith... His brother, Laith, played collegiate tennis at Purdue (1999-2002)... Chose USC because of the business school's strong reputation and because he wanted to stay in Los Angeles... Hopes to pursue a career playing professional tennis... A business major.

    	S - Overall	S - Duals		D - Overall	D - Duals
    Year	W	L	Pct.	W	L	Pct.	W	L	Pct.	W	L	Pct.
    2004	21	9	.700	17	7	.708	6	4	.600	6	3	.667
    2005	17	17	.500	11	12	.478	14	12	.538	13	10	.565
    2006	3	8	.273	3	8	.273	9	7	.563	9	7	.563
    TOTALS	41	34	.547	31	27	.534	29	23	.558	28	20	.583