Jonathan Star
Jonathan  Star


Calabasas, Calif.

High School:
Viewpoint HS'16

Last College:
Tulane University





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


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


Aggies get victory sweep in First Round of Singles Play

UC Davis got six for six players to advance to the Round of 32 singles qualifying draw at the SoCal Intercollegiate Championships


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


Two freshman advance to consolation Quarterfinals

Jayaraman and Thamma will play in the Quarterfinal Round of the consolation draw on the fourth day of tournament play

Received All Alpha League First Team honors all four years of high school… Was Alpha League Champion his first three years of high school…  Got Newcomer of the Year award freshman year… Qualified to Ojai’s CIF Boys Double Quarterfinals in 2014… In academics, he was on the honor roll, high honor roll, and headmaster’s list senior year…  5-star recruit ranked 34th nationally and 10th in California according to as of Aug. 25th, 2017… Overall record of 15-11, including a 5-0 record against 4-star ranked recruits.

Born in Highland Park, Illinois… Majoring in Economics, and plans to pursue a career in business… Parents are Anne and Todd… Says his proudest accomplishment so far is graduating high school… His career sports highlight is playing college tennis at Tulane… If he could play another sport at UC Davis, it would be basketball… Says his sports hero is Roger Federer, and his non-sports hero is Ghandi… His favorite hobbies outside of tennis are playing basketball and poker… The top three things on his bucket list is to go to Antartica, win the lottery, and go to Death Valley… Says the reason he chose UC Davis is because it’s a great school with great coaches.