| Tobias Scheil
"Toby sat out the fall season because of foot surgery. He is competing well in doubles and will contribute in singles play once he gets healthy. His experience and talent help us become an even a stronger team."
Honors at Rice
2007 All-Conference USA Doubles Team; 2006-07 & 2007-08 C-USA Commissioner's Honor Roll. 2009 All-Conference USA Singles second team.
Scheil missed the fall season due to an injury... Finished the spring season with an 11-11 mark in singles, including a 6-4@3... Shared C-USA Player of the Week with doubles partner Christoph Müller after finishing second at the Pacific Coast Doubles Championship...Combined with Müller for a 15-9 mark in doubles and a No. 52 ranking and were 4-3 vs. ranked opponents.
2007-08 Season (Junior) .
Compiled a 4-1 singles mark over six matches in three positions ... picked up straight-set triumphs against Lamar's Alan Gomes (Feb. 6) and Prairie View A&M's Kultwana Lephanthing (April 9) ... held a 6-4, 4-6, 4-2 edge against Nils Schive of No. 67 San Diego (March 23) when play was stopped ... broke a 3-3 tie with a comeback 6-7 (6), 6-4, 7-5 against Casey Powers of No. 34 TCU in the NCAA Tournament First Round (May 9) ... notched a 7-12 doubles record with three different partners, including a 4-4 mark with Bruno Rosa in the No. 3 hole ... strung together four consecutive victories, including critical road triumphs over Rob Lowe and James McGee of No. 20 North Carolina State (Feb. 1) and Tristan Heinrich and David Stone of No. 10 North Carolina (Feb. 3) ... two of three wins with Chong Wang secured doubles point against No. 49 Iowa (March 21) and No. 67 San Diego (March 23) at Rice Invitational ... missed the fall season due to an injury.
2006-07 Season (Sophomore)
Made an instant impact on the program and played No. 1 doubles with Ralph Knupfer for most of the season earning an All-Conference USA Doubles Team selection ... came through with a 9-7 win at No. 35 Texas A&M (May 11) to secure doubles point in NCAA First Round ... compiled a 14-13 singles record, including a 9-6 mark at the No. 4 position ... started the spring season with three straight wins at No. 4 capped by a three-set win over Minnesota's Mikey Kantar (Feb. 3) ... won both of his decisions at the C-USA Championships against Memphis and SMU (April 20-21) ... posted a 4-4 singles record during the fall, highlighted by a 7-6, 4-6, 7-5 victory against No. 83 ranked Ricardo Soriano of Tulsa (Oct. 3-4).
Redshirted his freshman season before the program was discontinued at the end of the 2005-06 season ... named to the Honor Roll.
2005 graduate of Gymnasium Oberhaching in Munich, Germany ... won the German Championships (U16) ... represented Germany on the way to winning the Team Eurocup (U16) as well as a second-place finish at the Team World Cup ... also played soccer.
Son of Dieter and Ingebory Scheil ... born on January 9, 1985 in Regensburg, Germany ... majoring in economics ... member of Jones College.
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