Iwahiro and Star advanced to Round of 64 in the main draw, while Goulak advanced further in the main draw to Round of 32
Thursday marks the first day of the six day tournament in Stockton, Calif.
UC Davis men's tennis finished strong with multiple consolation wins on the last day of their first fall tournament
Maltby advances to Flight
Maltby and Iwahiro quality to Round of 16, Star and Thamma qualify to Flight
Before his junior season, he defeated a walk on athlete from UC Berkeley… Won the San Joaquin Section tournament, and was undefeated during season and post-season senior year… Qualified to the semifinals in both singles and doubles at the Sparetime Academy Adult Championships, as well as to quarterfinals in both the Laguna Creelk Men’s Open Singles and the Nor Cal Section Championships in boys 18 singles in 2016… Made it to the Stockton Junior Excellent tournament January of 2017… In academics, he got a seal of biliteracy in Spanish, and is a GPS program graduate… 4-star recruit ranked 112th nationally and 25th in California according to TennisRecruiting.net as of Aug. 25th, 2017… Overall record of 18-12, including a 9-3 record against other 4-star ranked recruits.
Born in Cleveland, Ohio… Majoring in Economics, and plans to pursue a career as a businessman or economic analyst… Parents are Rita and Bill… Has a younger brother Kiernan (16)… Says his career sports highlight is being the section champion in high school… His proudest personal accomplishment is completing high school with a decorated diploma… If he could play another sport at UC Davis, it would be basketball… Says if he could watch any event in history, it would be when India gained their independence from Great Britain… His sports hero is Roger Federer, and his non-sports hero are his grandfather, uncle, and parents… The reason he chose UC Davis was because it is a great academic school and has a great tennis program.