Dariush Jalali
Dariush  Jalali

Class:
Freshman

Hometown:
Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.

High School:
Palos Verdes Peninsula HS'17

Height:
5-10

Experience:
HS

Major:
Economics


10/29/2017

Aggies conclude tournament play at the Pacific Tiger Invitational

Iwahiro and Star qualify to Quarterfinal Round in doubles play, while Jalali qualifies to Semifinal Round in both singles and doubles consolation play

10/27/2017

One advances in singles, two teams advance in doubles

Chethan moves on to the Round of 16 singles play at Pacific, while two doubles duos advance to main draw at USC

10/25/2017

The Aggies split up between two tournaments

Some of the Aggies will continue playing in Stockton, while the others will travel south to Los Angeles for their next tournament

10/20/2017

Aggie doubles duo continues main draw run

Maltby and Thamma resume their third day of doubles play in the Round of 16 main draw

10/19/2017

A trio of sophomores advance in singles play after day one

Iwahiro and Star advanced to Round of 64 in the main draw, while Goulak advanced further in the main draw to Round of 32

PALOS VERDES PENINSULA HS’17
Was a CIF Team Semifinalist freshman year, and received the Super Freshman award… Got CIF Southern Section Team Champion and Most Improved Player award, along with helping the Panthers win the CIF Southern Section Division I final against San Marino, with a 7-4 win, as a junior… No. 2 ranked singles player at Peninsula HS senior year… Advanced to a tournament semifinal, being a CIF Southern Section Team Finalist in his last season… 4-star recruit ranked 81st nationally and 18th in California according to TennisRecruiting.net as of Aug. 25th, 2017… Overall record of 28-11, including an 8-1 record against other 4-star ranked recruits.

PERSONAL
Born in Torrance, Calif… Majoring in Economics… Parents are Susana and Hassan… Has a younger brother Emiliano (14)… His proudest accomplishment is winning the CIF Championships with his team junior year… Says his career sports highlight was being a Quarter Finalist at Lakewood National… His career plan is to open after school programs for underprivileged teens in inner cities… Says if he could plan another sport at UC Davis, it would be soccer… The reason he chose UC Davis is because Coach Steidlmayer made him feel apart of the team and the school.