Fall 2007: Took one of three singles matches during fall play, defeating College of Charleston's Rich Bailey 6-1, 6-3 at the Charleston Shootout ... Paired with Dave Masciorini (2-1) and Bryan Oakley (1-1) for a 3-2 doubles record.
2006-07: Won only match played during the spring dual match campaign, defeating North Carolina Central's Stephen Allsop in straight sets (6-1, 6-2) at the No. 6 position April 13 ... Also teamed with Mike Catalano for doubles win in only event - an 8-0 decision over NCCU's Allsop and Joseph Estevez ... Also paired with Catalano (0-1) and Matt Peeler (2-1) to post a 2-2 doubles mark during the fall ... Participated in four singles events (0-4) during individual tourney play ... After dropping the opening doubles match (with Peeler) at the UNC Fall Invitational, the pair rallied to capture the consolation title after a 9-8 (7) win against Wofford and an 8-5 victory vs. UNC Greensboro.
High School/Junior Tennis: Earned four tennis letters as an all-conference standout at J.H. Rose High School ... Was listed among the state's top 15 players in the USTA's 18's and held a North Carolina rank of 29th by TennisRecruiting.net ... Helped the Rampants reach the finals of the Class 4-A state doubles championship with an improbable run as the tourney underdog before falling in three competitive sets ... While serving as team captain, he also was selected as the program's most valuable player and received both Rose's coaches and leadership award ... In addition to his four-year all-conference accolades, he was chosen as the league's player-of-the-year ... Posted a combined 43-2 singles record as a junior (22-1) and senior (21-1) for coach Elizabeth Upton ... Part of a doubles tandem that produced a 43-5 mark (25-2 in 2005, 18-3 in 2006) ... Excelled in the classroom as well, earning selection as a Honor Roll, Headmaster's List and N.C. Scholar member ... Was also active in the SGA and FCA.
Personal: Full name is Gregory Michael Simon ... Born February 10, 1988 at Greenville, N.C. ... Son of Bob and Donna Simon ... Undecided on college major.