|City/State:||Dobbs Ferry, N.Y.|
|High School:||Dobbs Ferry|
2016-17: A first team All-Ivy League singles and doubles selection ... Earned the Maniatty Award as the most accomplished student athlete at Columbia during his four seasons ... Named the ITA Senior Player of the Year from the Northeast Region, and went on to earn the region's Arthur Ashe Leadership and Sportsmanship Award ... Graduates from Columbia a four-time Ivy League Champion ... Finished his senior season 28-12 and a 5-1 mark in Ivy League matches ... Ranked as high as No. 39 in singles play and No. 7 in doubles with Richard Pham ... Combined to post a 25-10 in doubles, including a 19-8 mark with Jackie Tang ... Qualified for the ITA All-American, Oracle ITA Masters, and USTA/ITA National Indoor Championships ... Claimed runner-up status at the Oracle ITA Masters, defeating four ranked opponents along the way ... Was second at the ITA Northeast Regional ... Opened the spring season with wins in seven of his first eight matches, including a trio of victories during the ECAC Championship run ... Went unbeaten in 14 consecutive matches before falling to the Ivy League Player of the Year, No. 63 Tyler Lu (Yale) in a super tiebreaker during the regular season finale.
2015-16: (Singles) Earned Ivy League Player of the Year honors during a breakout junior campaign … Picked up ITA Northeast Player to Watch honors … Was a first team All-Ivy League singles selection … Went 23-15 overall, including a 15-7 spring record en route to an appearance at the NCAA Singles Tournament … Posted a 6-1 mark in the Ivy League, leading the Lions to a conference championship … Ranked as high as No. 54 in the ITA Singles rankings. (Doubles) A second team All-Ivy League doubles pick … Advanced to the NCAA Doubles Tournament alongside Richard Pham … Earned the title at the USTA/ITA Northeast Regional Doubles Championship in October with Pham … Went 17-10 overall with Richard Pham, climbing as high as No. 10 in the ITA Doubles rankings along the way … Also played four times with Victor Pham in the spring, going 3-1 in those matches.
Spring 2015: Went 2-1 in singles at the MLK Invitational ... At No. 6, defeated Georgia's Paul Oosterbaan, 6-3, 6-2, at ITA Men's National Team Indoors ... Downed Binghamton's Caputo, 6-4, 6-3, on court 5 (Feb. 27) ... Defeated Northwestern'ns Alp Horoz, 6-2, 6-4, at No. 6 (March 14)... Won the No. 5 match, 6-4, 6-4, over Dartmouth's Max Schmidt (April 4)… Picked up a win in the No. 4 match against Harvard's Brian Yeung (April 5)… Downed Aaron Sandberg of Brown in the No. 5 singles match (April 12)…. Defeated Princeton's Diego Vives, 6-7, 6-2, 6-2 in the No. 5 match (April 17)… Clinched a 6-2, 7-5 victory over Penn's Nicholai Westergaard on the fifth court (April 19).
Fall 2014: Opened his sophomore campaign with a 2-1 showing at the Princeton Invitational that included wins over Cornell's Quoc-Daniel Nguyen (6-2, 6-1) and Binghamton's Ismael Dinia (3-6, 6-3, 7-5).
Spring 2014: Topped Christian Vieira from Monmouth, 6-0, 6-4.
Fall 2013: Posted an 8-3 mark in tournament action … Reached the finals of the Princeton Invitational after winning three matches … Victorious in a pair of matches at the Ivy Plus Championships … Defeated Cornell's Quoc Nguyen, UConn's Jacob Spreyer and Lehigh's Mitchell Peterson in straight sets … Went 5-2 in doubles matches … Paired with Richard Pham to win four matches at the Princeton Invitational … Teamed up with Christopher Grant to down Neff/Kravtchenko from Brown at the Ivy Plus.
Before Columbia: Enjoyed a decorated career at Dobbs Ferry … Played at the No. 1 position and served as captained all four years in tennis … Two-time all-section pick, going undefeated back-to-back years as a junior and senior … Earned spots on the all-county team … Also played soccer as forward as a senior … All-League soccer selection … Member of National Honor Society … Earned an International Baccalaureate diploma.