2013-14: Put together a 7-4 overall singles record, including 5-1 in dual matches ... notched wins at the Saint Joseph's Invitational and West Point Shootout in the fall ... went 2-0 in Patriot Leagues matches ... played three matches at No. 6 and two at No. 4 singles ... only loss in the spring came in only appearance at No. 3 singles to Xabier Saavedra of Drexel ... beat Niagara's Inaki Belloso and St. Bonventure's Javier Ortiz, respectively, in two appearances at No. 4 singles ... picked up singles and doubles victories at Loyola ... had a 1-1 mark in two No. 3 doubles appearances.
2012-13: Went 9-10 in singles play during his first season at West Point, including a 5-2 record in dual matches ... played mostly at No. 6 during the dual season ... went 1-1 against Patriot League foes ... defeated Connor McCann of Holy Cross (March 22) 7-5, 6-1 ... lone doubles match in a dual was also against the Crusaders ... teamed with classmate Joey Hatala for an 8-3 victory ... won his five of his first six matches of the dual season, all in straight sets ... winning streak snapped against Lehigh on March 24.
HIGH SCHOOL: Top-ranked player in Wales ... ranked as high as 708 by the International Tennis Federation (ITF) ... ranked among the top 15 in the United Kingdom ... National Honor Society member ... Gold Duke of Edinburgh recipient.
PERSONAL: Benjamin James Davies ... born April 10, 1994, in St. Louis Park, Minn. ... son of Cindy and Gareth Davies ... three sisters - Abriana, Alexandra and Katarina ... enjoys traveling and relaxing with friends in his free time ... thoroughly enjoyed his Beast Barracks experience ... credits previous coach Justin Sherring with having the most influence on his career ... career highlight so far was when he first received ITF points ... Geospatial Information Science major.