William Mack Cameron


 High School Career

Laurel High School (1960-1963)

• #1 singles (’59-’63)

• Member, State Championship team (’62, ‘63)

• State No. 1 Singles Champion (’62, ‘63)

• State representative National Jaycee Tennis Championships (’59-’63)

 

College Career

Mississippi State (1964-1968; ill, did not play 1967)

• SEC Championships (Individual)

- #2 Singles (’64 – Freshman)

- #5 Singles (’65)

- #6 Singles (’68)

- #3 Doubles (’68)

• SEC Championships (Team) (’64 – Freshman, ‘65)

• SEC Runner-Up (Team) (’66, ‘68)

• National Rankings (Team: NCAA tournament finish determined national ranking)

- #8 (’65)

- #3 (’66)

- #13 (’68)

 

Coaching Career

Ole Miss (1972-1974)

• 45W-30L

• 21-9 Record (’74) School best until 1995

• Attended Law School while coaching

 

League Career

• USTA: Ranked #1 in every age group of participation beginning 1958

• Ranked as high as #8 nationally, #1 in South; repeatedly ranked in South

• Member, All-Army team with eventual Wimbledon champion Stan Smith

 

Hall of Fame Memberships

• Mississippi State University (1984)

• Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame (1999)

• Mississippi Tennis Association (2004)

 

Did You Know?

Mack and his father C.B. “Buck” Cameron (inducted 1983) were the first father-son inductee tandem in the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame.

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