Partners Thamma and Maltby, as well as Goulak and Lam, each won two doubles matches in the main draw
The Aggies resume their competition weekend at the Pacific Coast Men's Doubles Championships on Friday morning
UC Davis faces Boise State for a dual match, while also making an appearance in a prestigious doubles tournament
UC Davis heads to Palo Alto, Calif., for a dual match against the Cardinal starting at 2 p.m.
UC Davis secured the doubles point, and two out of six singles matches against Santa Clara
2017-18: Was a consistent player in the lineup for the first two months of the dual season… Finished the season with a 9-12 overall, 4-7 tournament, and 5-5 singles record… Played between the No. 3 and No. 4 position… Posted a 12-6 overall, 6-5 dual, 6-3 tournament doubles record… Saw a four-win doubles streak that took place from Feb. 3 to Mar. 1… In the tournament season, qualified up to the doubles main draw’s semifinal round with teammate Ivan Thamma at the Aggie Invitational on Sept. 29, and in the main draw’s quarterfinal round at the SoCal Intercollegiate tournament with partner Mitchell Iwahiro on Oct. 27… Advanced up to the singles consolation quarterfinal round at the Aggie Invitational.
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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 TennisRecruiting.net 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.