Henry Steer
Henry Steer
Year: Senior
Hometown: Bernardsville, N.J.
High School: Laurel Springs
Major: Government
House Affiliation: Winthrop

Senior 2014-15
Posted a 5-3 record at the end of the fall season, did not see action in the spring season … Went 1-0 with doubles partner Grant Solomon. 

Junior 2013-14
Posted a 4-4 singles record as a junior, along with a 2-1 doubles mark ... Was undefeated in singles in two dual matches, taking down opponents from Boston University and Bryant ... Teamed with Shaun Chaudhuri to post doubles wins over duos from Penn and Army. 

Sophomore 2012-13
Finished the season with a 6-4 overall record between tournament and singles matches... Played in two dual matches finishing with a 1-1 record ... Recorded a 4-1 record four doubles play, winning his first four matches of the season

Freshman 2011-12
Was one of four players on the Harvard roster that tallied over 20 singles victories in 2012 … Went 25-8 overall and 15-5 in dual matches during singles competition … Recorded an 11-5 mark in doubles play teaming with Chaudhuri, Steinroeder, Pearlman, and Schultz … Went 2-0 during singles play at the Hilton Mission Valley Spring Classic helping Harvard to defeat San Diego State and then-No. 16 San Diego.  

Before Harvard:
Earned two varsity letters … Earned first-team all-county honors in 2008 and 2009 … Named to all-state first team in 2009 … Daily Record Tennis Player of the Year in 2009 … Reached finals in both singles and doubles at USTA National Opens … Ranked as high as No. 23 nationally in USTA Under-18s … Won clinching match in all three playoff rounds for Delbarton School to clinch its first state championship … Went undefeated during 2009 regular season … National AP Scholar … National Merit Commended Scholar … Volunteered at Morristown Soup Kitchen … Taught underprivileged youths in Washington, D.C. for two years … Father, Robert, played football at Amherst … Other interests include surfing, movies, music and playing recreationally and following professional baseball, football, basketball and soccer.