|High School:||Runshaw College|
WCC Singles Honorable Mention
WCC Singles Player of the Week
Went 8-11 on the season in singles play with most of his matches coming on court one. Had most of his success on court two where he posted a strong 5-1 record. Started the season 6-2 in singles play. Went 2-0 in matches against New Mexico and UC Irvine in late February on his way to WCC Singles Player of the Week honors. His win over New Mexico's Ricky Hernandez Tong knocked off the nation's 72nd ranked player. In doubles, went 9-8 on the year and posted a winning record in WCC doubles matches with Philip Hjorth at 4-3. Hjorth and Watson went 6-7 on the season together and were 5-5 on court two.
Watson teamed up with six different teammates in doubles, finishing 8-8 overall. Watson and dynamic partner, Tadiwa Chinamo, finished 3-3, going 2-1 in No. 3 doubles. In singles, Watson went 4-11 with a 2-2 record on No. 2 singles. Watson earned WCC All-Academic Honorable Mention honors.
During his first collegiate tennis campaign, Ross competed in all 25 matches. He posted a 9-11 overall singles record including 2-6 in the WCC. He won his first collegiate singles match at UC Davis in straight sets, 6-3, 6-3 at the No. 5 spot. In doubles, he went 7-9 overall and 4-2 in the WCC with four of his wins at No. 2 doubles. Went 1-2 when paired with Alex Giannini, 2-5 with Miguel Diaz, 2-2 with Akram El Sallaly, and 2-2 with Bernardo Oliveira.
Watson attended Runshaw College in England before coming to Pacific. He made the semifinals of the Aegon British Tour Series and the finals of the Compete G3.
Watson is a native of Lancashire, England.