Career: 6-12 singles record; 2-8 doubles record
Fall 2005: 5-2 singles record; 1-1 doubles record...Won the consolation bracket at the Hampton Roads Collegiate Invitational of Virginia Beach...Reached the Round of 16 in both singles and doubles at the Hampton Roads Collegiate Invitational on Newport News...
2004-05: Went 1-5 during the fall tournament season and 1-1 during the dual meet seaso in the spring in singles...Teamed with Dominic Manilla for a 1-3 doubles record ...
2003-04: Competed in his first season at Old Dominion...Appeared in four fall tournament matches...Also made four fall tournament doubles appearances...
Prior to Old Dominion: A transfer from James Madison University...Earned a 25-5 record a nearby First Colonial High School playing at first and second singles...Named "Most Improved" and "Most Valuable Player"...
Personal: Born Jonathan Edward Antle on April 16, 1984...Son of Joseph and Sarah Antle...Has one sister, Lauren
Favorite Movie: Forest Gump
Favorite Book: Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson
Person I'd most like to meet or have met: John F. Kennedy
Favorite Sports Personality: Pedro Martinez
My Dream Vacation: Any island in the Pacific
If I could play a musical instrument, I'd play: Fiddle
Best tennis accomplishment: Winning the Ace of Hearts Tournament with my dad
Favorite professional sports team: Boston Red Sox
Most impressive person I have met:My parents
Academic Major: History
My goal in life: To graduate with good grades and serve my country in some capacity either in the military or the CIA