BYU men’s tennis has announced the signing of Utah native Brigham Andrus for the 2020-21 season, following his two-year LDS mission.
“Not only is Brigham a state champion, but he is one of the best players in the Mountain Region, as well as on the national level,” BYU head coach Brad Pearce said. “He’s going to be a great player for us after his mission. Our program continues to be fortunate to get such talented young men.”
Earlier this year, Andrus moved to California and began training at the Advantage Tennis Academy to improve his overall tennis game. In 2016, Andrus won the 5A State Championship in No. 2 singles and helped Lone Peak win its first 5A State Tennis Championship as a team. Andrus’ older brother, Brocton, also signed with BYU and will resume play in the 2018-19 season, following his LDS mission in North Carolina.
Brigham Andrus USTA achievements:
- Singles champion of 16’s USTA International Winter Masters 2017
- Singles Semifinals of 16’s USTA Intermountain Labor Day Masters 2016
- Doubles champion of 16’s USTA Intermountain Fall Champion 2016
- Doubles Semifinals of 16’s USTA Spring Masters 2016
- Singles Semifinals of 18’s USTA Labor Day Masters
- Doubles Semifinals of 18’s USTA Labor Day Masters
- Currently ranked 224 nationally
Genny Hickman is a PR student at Brigham Young University. She currently interns with the Athletic Communications office on campus.
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