|Hometown:||Fort Collins, Colo.|
|High School:||Rocky Mountain|
Named to ITA Scholar-Athlete team ... Went 14-5 in singles during his first spring season ... Boasted a combined record of 12-4 playing at the No. 4-6 singles positions, including an unblemished 4-0 mark at No. 6 ... Held a 1-0 record at the No. 1 singles spot ... Ended the year tied for second on the team in singles wins with 19 ... Held a 4-3 singles record in Ivy League matches ... Won seven singles matches in a row from March 18 to April 10 and 10 of 11 from March 5 to April 10 ... Held a 20-13 season record in doubles, including a 17-10 mark in the spring ... Posted an even 5-5 record in fall singles play ... Won three straight singles matches at the ITA Northeast Regional Championship before falling in the fourth round ... Went 3-3 in doubles action in the fall, playing with three different partners.Posted an even 5-5 record in fall singles play ... Won three straight singles matches at the ITA Northeast Regional Championship before falling in the fourth round ... Went 3-3 in doubles action in the fall, playing with three different partners.
Lettered four years in tennis … Captained tennis team as a junior and senior … Two-time Colorado High School Tennis Player of the Year … Three-time all-state selection … Named all-conference and all-city four times … Claimed the state No. 1 singles title as a junior and senior … Reached the state singles final at the No. 2 position twice, winning the crown as a freshman … Team Most Valuable Player as a junior and senior … Academic all-state honoree twice … Won a Gold Ball in the under-18 doubles division and a Bronze Ball in the under-18 singles division at the 2009 Winter National Championships … Won a Silver Ball at the 2008 Easter Bowl in the under-16 doubles division … Was ranked No. 1 singles player in the Intermountain region in the under-12, 14, 16 and 18 age divisions … Ranked No. 8 nationally in singles and No. 1 in doubles in April 2010 … National Honor Society member … Volunteered with the Colorado Youth Tennis Foundation.
Mother, Cindy, was a two-time All-American and national doubles champion at Cal State Northridge.