04/18 - TBA
MTN vs SEC Tournament - Day 3
04/19 - TBA
MTN vs SEC Tournament - Day 4
04/20 - TBA
MTN vs SEC Tournament - Day 5
05/09 - TBA
MTN vs NCAA First and Second Round - Day 1
05/10 - TBA
MTN vs NCAA First and Second Round - Day 2
05/11 - TBA
MTN vs NCAA First and Second Round - Day 3
05/15 - TBA
MTN vs NCAA Final Round
05/16 - TBA
MTN vs NCAA Final Round - Day 2
05/17 - TBA
MTN vs NCAA Final Round - Day 3
05/18 - TBA
MTN vs NCAA Final Round - Day 4
Courtesy: John Thomas, Athletic Media Relations
AS A JUNIOR (2012-13): Jeske had a breakout year on the doubles court with partner Mike Nott. The duo who played number one for Arkansas for the majority of the season was selected to the NCAA double tournament and made it to the round of 16 before falling to No. 3 Schultz and Lutjen in a three-set match. Jeske and Nott were the first Arkansas doubles team to make the NCAA tournament since 2009. Jeske also played at the number one or two spot in all but one SEC match. He also recorded a 5-2 fall record in singles play.
AS A SOPHOMORE (2011-12): Jeske had a huge sophomore campaign for the Razorbacks finishing third on the team in singles wins (14) and also earned his first singles ranking of his career when he started the 2012 spring as the No. 109 player in the nation. Jeske went on to defeat four ranked players during the year with the highest coming against No. 54 Dennis Lengsfeld of Auburn at the UNLV Invite during the fall. Jeske spent the majority of his time at the No. 4 spot in singles where he earned five wins, but also saw action at the Nos. 1 and 2 spots. Jeske also scored two wins in SEC dual play, but had just as large impact in doubles with teammate Mike Nott. Jeske and Nott split all of their dual play between the No. 2 and 3 positions with their best success coming at No. 3 where the team went 6-2. Nine wins totaled the duo's dual season with three coming in SEC play. Overall, Jeske and Nott finished second on the team with 12 wins and were one of only two Razorback doubles teams to have at least 10 wins on the year. The tandem only scored one win against a ranked opponent, but it was a big one as it helped the Razorbacks earn the doubles point against highly ranked Mississippi State. Jeske and Nott handedly defeated Artem Ilyushin and George Coupland, 8-1, when the Bulldogs were ranked No. 43 in the nation.
AS A FRESHMAN (2010-11): Jeske joined the Razorbacks mid-season and started his collegiate career in the spring. Jeske played in seven singles matches, going 4-3. Four of those matches came at the No. 6 position, but in the two times playing up at the four and five spot, Jeske went 2-0. He also earned one conference win for the Razorbacks when he took a straight-set winner over Vanderbilt's Alex DiValerio, 6-4, 7-5.
HIGH SCHOOL: Manfred Jeske attended Afrikoanse Hoer Seunskool, and played tennis with the Belgrave Club team. He was also a part of the national team and has played in Argentina, Germany, France, Belgium and Spain. For three years straight, Jeske received first place at the Super 7 tournament. While in high school, Jeske was also team captain of his soccer team and graduated in the top five of his class.
PERSONAL: Born Dec. 4, 1992, Jeske is the son of Heimo Joerg and Adelheid Jeske. He has a sister, Helga, who also plays tennis.