Michael Chin
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Sunnyvale, Calif.

High School:
Wilcox Adrian HS '03

Height:
5-10

Major:
Exercise Biology

2005-06: Went 13-9 overall in doubles, teamed with Justin Garcia... Added 8-18 record in singles, mostly at No. 2... Chin/Garcia finished 11-7 in dual matches, including 8-7 at top slot... Went 3-3 in fall singles, including 2-1 at Santa Clara's Bronco Classic... Chin/Garcia team won eight straight matches from 2/11-3/25, including 8-0 shutout against Mark Contreras/Christian Frick of UC Riverside.

2004-05: Posted 8-15 singles record, mosty at No. 1 (0-5) and No. 2 (3-8)... Won three of four matches at Bronco Classic... Went 8-13 in doubles, teaming up with Justin Garcia (6-7) and Bastian Bartels (2-6)... Chin/Garcia tandem won three straight matches in March, including 8-6 victory over Nevada's Jooste/Popovic team in Aggies' dual win over Wolf Pack.

2003-04: Went 4-20 in singles... Spent majority of spring at either No. 1 (1-8) or No. 2 (0-4) position... First collegiate win was 6-2, 6-1 victory over UCLA's Chris Surpaol at Fresno State Bulldog Classic... Finished with 6-15 mark in doubles, all paired with Bastian Bartels.

WILCOX ADRIAN HS '03: Earned first-team All-San Jose Mercury News honors as a senior... Voted team MVP that year, posting a 23-1 mark (17-0 entering postseason) at No. 1 singles... Captured the Santa Clara Valley Athletic League title and advanced to third round of Central Coast Section singles tournament... Named CIF Scholar-Athlete... Won both 18s singles and doubles (with Justin Garcia) at 2003 Pacific Coast Championships in Aptos... Placed 6th at national open 16s... Ranked nationally in both 16s and 18s divisions, and among the top 10 in the NorCal Boys 18s.

PERSONAL: Born in Mountain View, Calif.... Majoring in exercise biology... Parents are Thomas & May Chin... Lists Lance Armstrong as sports hero but pretended to be Sergei Federov as a youngster... Selected (along with teammate Justin Garcia) to compete in doubles exhibition with John McEnroe and Wayne Ferreira at Marya Welch Tennis Center dedication festivities.