2021-22 (R-Sophomore): Awarded SoCon Player of the Year for the second consecutive season, first Buccaneer since David Biosca (2016-17) to repeat … Named to the Singles First Team All-SoCon for the second year in a row … Awarded SoCon Player of the Week five times this season, matching his and teammate Frazier Rengifo’s record for most Player of the Week honors in league history … Now has 10 SoCon Player of the Week honors, the most by an individual in league history … Earned March SoCon Men’s Tennis Player of the Month award … Posted an undefeated SoCon slate with a 7-0 record, finishing 13-7 in dual matches on the year and 15-11 overall (including fall play) … Was 11-6 throughout the year when playing in the No. 1 slot … Capped off the year with an 18-10 doubles record, including 15-8 in dual matches … Secured six doubles-clinching wins during the season … Clinched the win over Lipscomb on March 11 … Competed in the Davis Cup to begin the fall season.
2020-21 (R-Sophomore): Became the second SoCon competitor to earn both Player and Freshman of the Year in the same season … Tabbed to the First Team All-SoCon Singles, Second Team All-SoCon Doubles and the SoCon All-Freshman Team … Earned SoCon Player of the Week five times, tying the league record … Also named SoCon Player of the Month three times … Ranked as high as No. 57 in the ITA Singles Top 125 rankings … Received an automatic bid into the NCAA Singles Championship, first Buccaneer since David Biosca in 2017 to do so … Led the Bucs in singles wins with 14, compiling a 14-5 overall record, including 11-3 in the top singles position … Finished the year with three match-clinching victories, ranking second on the team … Clinched the match against Furman in the SoCon Championship, leading the Bucs to yet another tournament title … Posted a 14-4 overall mark in doubles play, including 12-1 when playing alongside teammate Miguel Este.
2019-20 (R-Freshman)*: Finished tied for first in singles wins in the spring with an 8-4 overall record … Concluded the season on an eight-match winning streak after a tough 0-4 start to the season … Tied for first on the team in match-clinching victories with two, doing so in back-to-back matches against Charlotte and UNCG … Did majority of his damage in the No. 4 singles slot finishing 7-3 … Teamed up with Miguel Este in doubles play to post the best record on the team with a 7-3 doubles mark, including 6-3 in the No. 3 doubles slot … Led ETSU in singles wins in the fall with a 12-3 record, while finishing 5-4 in doubles action … Laid claim to the C Singles Championship at Louisville following a perfect 4-0 record.
*Season canceled due to COVID-19 pandemic
2018-19 (Freshman): Named to the SoCon Honor Roll … Did not make any appearances on the season.
Personal: Majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies.