|High School:||Greenhill School|
Posted an overall record of 16-7 for the season, including a 2-1 conference record … Saw action at the No 3, No. 5, and No. 6 slots, posting a 6-4 record at the No. 6 slot … Secured a win at the ECAC Championships against Yale’s No. 6 ranked player … Posted a 4-4 record with doubles partner Alex Steinroeder, including a win at the ECAC Championships against No. 3 ranked duo from Dartmouth.
USTA National Open Singles and Doubles champion … National USTA Regional Segment champion … "Blue-Chip" top-10 recruit, ranked as high as No. 3 in the nation … Ranked No. 1 in Texas by tennisrecruiting.net … USTA top-15 nationally in the 18 and under division … Three-time USTA Clay Court National Championship quarterfinalist … Took fifth at the USTA Winter National Championships … Member of the 2012 United States Team Championships National Champion team (Texas) … Featured in Sports Illustrated "Faces in the Crowd" piece on May 19, 2014 for an undefeated high school career without having dropped a single set in singles or doubles, winning the state championship ... Only player in Greenhill School history to not drop a single set at Line 1 singles or doubles throughout career … Two-time All-American … Greenhill School Richard Hall Athlete of the Year (2012, 2013) … Named team MVP four times … Four-time All-SPC Conference Player … Team won three SPC Championships during his tenure.