Arizona State (2004-2005): Was victorious in ten overall singles matches...Won the doubles title with teammate Andy Colombo at the Milwaukee Classic Collegiate Tournament ... the tournament's top-seed, the duo earned a bye in the first round and won the next four matches to earn the title...Totaled 11 overall doubles victories...Earned Pac-10 All-Academic Second Team honors.
(2003-04): Posted 14 singles and nine doubles wins on the season ... saw action at the No. 3, 4 and 5 positions ... posted a 6-1 record at the No. 5 slot ... advanced to semifinals, along with Chris Stewart, in the Pac-10 Conference Doubles Championships ... defeated Philipp Gruendler of No. 2 UCLA to help lead team to an upset victory ... advanced to the Round of 16 at the Pac-10 Singles Championships ... won his NCAA Regional match against Louisville ... earned Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention honors.
High School/Juniors: A 2002 graduate of the Schiller Academy, Dunedin, Florida ... reached the top-300 in the world junior ITF singles ... played in tournaments in Morocco, New Zealand, Estonia and Ireland ... won the World Catholic School Games in Lisbon.
Personal: Major is business ... parents are Neil and Susan Kinsella ... has one sister, Francesca ... born February 22, 1984 in Bolton, England ... enjoys reading and sailing ... full name is Jonathan Paul Kinsella.