2016-17: (Singles) Qualified for the NCAA Singles Championship while earning first team All-Ivy League honors ... Went 23-12 in singles play, with a season best ITA ranking of No. 41 ... Won seven of his first eight matches, including a pair of wins over ranked opponents at the Crimson Tide Four-In-The-Fall ... Earned a pair of victories at the ECAC Championship, when Columbia posted a title ... Went 5-1 in Ivy League play, helping the Lions to their fourth consecutive conference crown ... Defeated Purdue's Ricky Medinilla as Columbia topped Purdue at the NCAA Regionals. (Doubles) Posted a 24-11 overall record in doubles play, while going 21-8 alongside Richard Pham ... Collected first team All-Ivy League doubles honors ... Ranked as high as No. 8 in the spring season ... Defeated three ranked opponents ... Won a pair of matches at the USTA/ITA National Indoor Championships ... Helped Columbia to an ECAC Championship with a pair of doubles wins ... Went 4-2 against Ivy League competition.
2015-16: (Singles) Posted a 19-10 record during his first season, including a 10-8 record playing out of the No. 2 singles spot for the Lions … Earned second team All-Ivy League honors, going 2-1 in such matches … Won four of five matches during the USTA/ITA Northeast Regional Championship in October. (Doubles) Went 3-1 overall playing with Shawn Hadavi in doubles play during Ivy League matches.
Personal: A blue-chip recruit, ranked as high as No. 11 in the class of 2015 by tennisrecruiting.net … A two-time high school All-American … Earned a title at the U.S. Open Sectional Playoff in 2015 … Won a doubles title at the USTA Winter National Championships … Born in Veijle, Denmark, the son of Thao Nguyen and Tim Pham … Older brother, Richard, also played tennis for the Lions from 2013-17.