Jubb Named to SEC Community Service Team
COLUMBIA, S.C.– South Carolina men’s tennis junior Paul Jubb was named to the Southeastern Conference Community Servcie Team, which was announced by the league office Wednesday as a part of the conference’s continuing effort to recognize the accomplishments of student-athletes beyond the field of competition.
Jubb, originally from Hull, England, was recognized for his contributions at the local midlands location for the Harvest Hope Food Bank. Jubb has also contributed his time this year to the local Columbia Salvation Army.
In the past, Jubb has also helped teammates contribute to the local community through efforts with Team IMPACT, a national nonprofit that connects children facing serious and chronic with college student-athletes.
The Gamecocks’ No. 1 singles player this season, Jubb has already tied the program’s record for single-season wins over ranked opponents (15) with one weekend of SEC play remaining in the buildup to postseason play.
Jubb is the program’s all-time career leader in dual-match win percentage (.849), SEC win percentage (.833), and win percentage against ranked opponents (.647).
The Gamecocks will wrap up the SEC season on Sunday as they travel to Gainesville, Fla., to take on third-ranked Florida on Sunday at 1 p.m. ET.
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