James Ludlow
160 lbs.
Salt Lake City, 
Last School
Bosie State
Roster Years


  • Likes to water ski and play baseball
  • Looks up to Roger Federer and Pete Sampras
  • Got his start in tennis from his uncle, who is a tennis coach

Before BYU

  • Transfer from Boise State University


Year Singles Doubles
2004-05 19-12 22-12
2005-06 16-21 20-14
2006-07 21-14 12-12
Career 56-57 54-38
BYU Hall of Fame

Freshman Year

Sophmore Year 2004-2005

  • In his first year, Ludlow had a huge impact on the team
  • Named All-MWC in singles and doubles
  • Awarded the MWC Sportsmanship of the Year Award for his actions on and off the court
  • Went 19-12 in singles and 22-12 in doubles
Junior Year 2005-2006

  • Began season on a four-match winning streak
  • Played No. 1 singles for BYU and posted a 10-17 regular season record
  • Competed against players ranked Nos. 3, 13, 60, 67 and 96 during the season
  • Also took responsibilities at No. 1 doubles with partner Jose Lechuga, going 12-10 and 15-11 over all during the regular season
  • Selected to compete in the Polo Ralph Lauren All-American Tennis Championships where he went 2-1 in singles play and 1-1 in doubles competition with partner Dominik Kaufhold
  • Named MWC Player of the Week for his play in the ITA Regional Championships where he defeated No. 60 Eric Molnar of Colorado 6-4, 6-1
  • All-MWC in singles and doubles
Senior Year 2006-2007

  • Ranked No. 85 in the nation at the start of the fall season tallied a team best 8-2 singles record and 6-2 doubles record in the fall, playing No. 1 in both
  • Was invited to participate in the Polo Ralph Lauren Mens all-American Championships where he went 1-1 in singles and 0-1 in doubles with Dominik Kaufhold
  • Competed most of the spring season at No. 1 singles and doubles
  • Won MWC Player-of-the-Week Honors for a come-from-behind victory over No. 19 Adam Holmstrom of Denver
  • Recorded other notable wins over Texas No. 1 singles player, Dimitar Kutrovsky, No. 40 Zach Ganger of Utah, and the MWC Player of the Year, No. 44 Marcus Dickhardt
  • In doubles competition, beat Dickhardt and Groh of SDSU once in the regular season and once in the MWC tournament when the duo was ranked Nos. 14 and 22
  • Finished the season with a No. 77 singles record with a spring singles record of 14-12 and spring doubles record of 12-12
  • Tallied a 21-14 overall singles record and an 18-14 overall doubles record
  • Received All-MWC honors in both singles and doubles
  • Awarded the teams Player of the Year award from head coach Brad Pearce
Graduate Year

Redshirt Year

Medical Redshirt Year