Andrew Riminton
Andrew Riminton
Height: 5-11
Weight: 165
Year: Senior
Hometown: Sydney, Australia
High School: Barker College
Major: Biology



In the 2014-2015 season, Andrew Riminton posted an overall singles record of 9-7, 5-6 in dual match play. Playing primarily in the No. 6 spot for the Gauchos, Riminton went 4-4. He and partner Morgan Mays posted the 2nd best doubles record on the team going 12-7. 

Andrew Riminton and partner Teague Hamilton led the Gauchos in doubles wins with a 11-9 record in dual match play at No. 3 doubles...Riminton went 3-7 overall in singles.

Andrew Riminton accumulated an 8-9 record in singles play, playing mostly at the No. 6 position. Riminton went 12-5 in doubles, partnering mostly with Miles Seemann.


Attended Barker College in Sydney, Australia…Coached by Clint Newcombe and Luke Bourgeois in the CAS conference…Named captain of high school tennis team for the 2011-2012 season…Captain of New South Wales Pizzey Cup Champions 2012…Named MVP of his high school tennis team in 2010, 2011, and 2012…Named to 2012 Australian Merit Team.


Ranked No. 7 in New South Wales…Ranked No. 155 in Australia…Winner of 2012 Australian Schoolboys in singles…Won the Head Twilight Australian Ranking Tournament in the #2 and #5 Series…Finalist of the Head Twilight Australian Ranking Tournament in the #1 Series…Was a Semi-Finalist in singles at the Gosford AMT 2012…Went 23-5 in Australian Ranking Tournament Singles matches.


Born in Sydney, Australia…Son of Phil and Maggie Riminton…Awarded several academic achievement awards including Headmasters Endeavour Award 2012, Outstanding Achievement in Tennis 2012, Achievement of Excellence 2010, and Cert. of Merit First in Science 2009…Also competed in swimming and table tennis…Cheers for the Miami Heat…Names his favorite sports moment as Pizzey Cup Victory 2012…Favorite movies include Pursuit of Happiness, Dark Knight, Lord of the Rings…Lists his favorite novel as the Lord of the Rings…Hobbies include swimming, fishing, and table tennis…Favorite athletes are Usain Bolt, Gael Monfils, and Roger Federer.