A 2017 graduate of Sunny Hills High School in Fullerton, Calif., where she played tennis for head coach John Woolridge … Attended and played tennis her first two seasons at Whittier Christian High School … Concluded prep career ranked as the nation’s No. 15 player in her class by tennisrecruiting.net, the No. 3 player in the Southwest, No. 3 player in California and Blue Chip recruit … Overall record was 9-4 with a perfect 5-0 record vs. 5-star players … Won the 2015 USTA National Open championship … Won the Fullerton Junior Tennis Tournament G18 doubles title in 2016 … Captured the Oracle ITA Masters Los Angeles Regional Championship in 2016 … Advanced to the finals of the Southern California mixed 18 doubles and G18 doubles sectionals in 2016 … Claimed third place in doubles at the USTA National selection (L2) in Palm Springs in 2016 … Advanced to finals of the women’s open doubles and mixed doubles of the Michael Chang Tennis Classic in 2016 … Won G18 championship of the USTA National Selection (Level 2) in Midland, Texas in 2015 … Appeared in the finals of doubles competition at the Orange County JP Yamasaki in 2015 … Semifinalist at the Southern California Sectional doubles (Level 1) in 2015 … Also in 2015, finished in third place in the Henry Talbot Junior Championships in singles, third place at the USTA National Warm-Up Tournament in singles and claimed the Glendora Women’s Open title … Named the 2016 All-American Player of the Year … Three-time All-American Award honoree (2014-16) … CIF Individual Southern Section Champion (2016) and two-time finalist (2015 and 2016) … Four-time singles league champion … Two-time Freeway League Most Valuable Player and two-time singles champion (2015 and 2016) … Earned the Sunny Hills High School Scholar-Athlete Award as both a junior and senior … Two-time team MVP … Two-time Olympic League Most Valuable Player and singles champion (2013 and 2014) … Two-time team Heralds MVP and team MVP at Whittier Christion … Graduated from Sunny Hills H.S. with high honors … Involved in volunteer activities including the Los Angeles Marathon and Santa Monica 10k run and the USTA NetGen Ambassador.
Born Christie Wan on April 29, 1999 in Monterey Park, Calif. … Daughter of Jonathan Wan and Sharon Fung … Father is CEO, Founder and President of Ufoplay Interactive Games, CEO, Founder and President of Tommo, Inc., CEO of Humongous Entertainment and mother works in real estate investment … Both parents attended the University of Southern California … Hobbies and interests include photography, traveling and business … Began playing tennis when her family received a brochure promoting a small tennis clinic … Favorite sports figure is Roger Federer … Person in history she would most like to meet: former Columbia student Amelia Earhart … Chose Columbia for its amazing location in New York City, top-notch tennis program, Ivy League education, diversity and endless opportunities that the school provides … Has future plans to work in investment banking on Wall Street … Committed to Columbia in November 2016 … Chose Columbia over offers from Stanford, Harvard, Yale, Princeton, California, Southern California and Northwestern … Intends to major in Economics … Enrolled at Columbia College.