Alexei Chijoff-Evans
Alexei Chijoff-Evans
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Plano, Texas
High School: Spring Creek Academy
House Affiliation: Kirkland

Sophomore 2008-09
Unanimous All-Ivy first team in singles ... All-Ivy second team in doubles with Chris Clayton ... Tabbed ITA Player to Watch for Northeast region ... Named Academic All-Ivy ... Garnered the team's Alden J. Bryan Most Improved Player award ... Tied for the team lead in wins with a 20-10 record in singles and led the team with a 21-14 mark in doubles ... Competed at No. 1 and No. 2 singles and doubles ... Posted a 7-0 singles record in Ivy League dual play and went 14-5 overall, including 12-2 at No. 2 ... Had a 6-6 record with Clayton at No. 1 doubles and went 16-9 overall ... Also competed with Sasha Ermakov (3-1), Michael Hayes (2-1) and Alistair Felton (0-3) ... Won 11 of his last 13 matches ... Entered the spring season ranked as the No. 1 doubles combination along with Clayton in the Northeast Region ... Voted as the No. 13 player in the region in the singles rankings ... Stormed back to take care of Hicham Laalej of Penn, 3-6, 7-6 ,7-6(9-7), to clinch the win in the ECAC Indoor Championships ... Defeated No. 100 Andrew Mazlin of Michigan, 5-7, 6-3, (10-6) ... Won the ITA Northeast Regional with Clayton ... Won the second singles bracket of the USTA Invitational at Flushing Meadows.

Freshman 2007-08
Finished regular season with 19-7 singles record and 13-14 doubles mark ... Started freshman campaign by capturing the Black singles flight at the University of Virginia Fall Invitational ... Advanced to finals of the B1 doubles bracket with Dan Nguyen at UVA Fall Invitational ... Followed with wins over opponents from George Washington and Penn State playing No. 5 at the ECAC Championship ... Advanced to the second round of the ITA Regional tournament ... Teamed with fellow freshman Aba Omodele-Lucien to capture the doubles title at the Big Green Invitational ... Compiled an 11-4 singles mark in spring dual matches playing third, fourth, fifth and sixth singles ... Posted a 6-1 conference singles mark including six straight wins to close the regular season ... Finished regular season with 4-3 conference doubles record playing at No. 2 with Michael Hayes, garnering All-Ivy honorable mention.

Concentration: anthropology ... Trained at Brookhaven Country Club for eight years under mentor David Anderson ... A five-star recruit according to ... Attained career high national ranking of No. 8 in 2007 ... Was a class representative for the student council ... Member of the National Honor Society.