UC Davis concludes their dual season with a 9-18 overall record
UC Davis will go up against No. 2 seeded Cal Poly on Friday (Apr. 27) at 3 p.m.
The Aggies won both the doubles point, and went five for six in singles
The Aggies won both the doubles point and three singles matches to secure their seventh win this season
The Aggies won both the doubles point and two singles matches over the Wolf Pack
2017-18: Concluded his UC Davis debut season with a 14-12 overall and 9-3 tournament singles record… Posted his best singles record playing at the No. 5 position… Had back-to-back dual season wins on Mar. 27 and Mar. 31… On Mar. 31, he was the only Aggie to defeat a Brown’s player and thus prevent the upset… Went 6-13 overall in doubles play… Collected a total of nine singles wins during the tournament season: three wins from the Aggie Invitational, four from the ITA Northwest Regionals, and two from the Pacific Tiger Invitational… Qualified up to the final round in the consolation draw at the ITA Northwest Regional Championships after defeating a Stanford player in the quarterfinals and then by a walkover in the semifinal round.
GRANITE BAY HS’17
Got three wins in singles and three wins in doubles at USTA Boys’ 16 National Championships in 2015… Highest national ranking achieved in 2016 (94th), ranked 21st in California, and a 6-0 record against 3-star recruits according to TennisRecruiting.net as of Aug. 25th, 2017.
Born in Los Angeles, Calif… Majoring in Psychology… His favorite facility he’s competed at so far is Kalamazoo College… If he could play another sport at UC Davis, it would be football… Says his sports hero is Roger Federer, and his non-sports hero is Obama.