|High School:||Saint Jean HS|
Named first team all-Big Sky Conference in doubles play with teammate Mikus Losbergs after the duo went 11-4, all at the No. 1 spot of the lineup…that included an 8-2 record against Big Sky opposition…won five of their last six matches of the season, including a 6-2 victory in the Big Sky Tournament against Idaho State…in singles, Chabut played at the Nos. 2, 3, 4 and 5 spots of the lineup…that includes nine matches at the No. 3 spot, and eight matches at No. 5…was 7-14 in dual matches, including 4-6 vs. conference competition…posted a 5-3 mark at No. 5…won three of his final four singles matches of the year.
Played at No. 5 or 6 in the team’s lineup in 20 of the Hornets’ 21 spring matches…that included 12 matches at No. 5, and eight matches at No. 6…finished the year with a 9-11 dual singles record, including 5-7 at No. 5 and 4-4 at No. 6…went 6-5 against Big Sky Conference opposition…won five of his last eight singles matches of the year…with Hornets and rival UC Davis tied at 3-3, Chabut provided the match clinching win with a 4-6, 6-4, 6-1 victory at No. 5…went 8-6 in doubles play, all at No. 3 with teammate Hermont Legaspi…the tandem was 6-3 against conference opposition…that included a five-match winning streak from March 23-April 7…a Big Sky All-Academic selection…recipient of the ITA Scholar-Athlete award for the second straight season.
Played in all 25 matches in the team’s singles lineup as a true freshman, primarily at No. 4…also played in 19 doubles matches…one of his singles matches went unfinished and three doubles matches were unfinished…went 9-14 in dual singles play, including a 6-5 mark in Big Sky matches…that included an 8-12 mark at No. 4 in the lineup, and 1-2 at No. 5…five of his singles wins came in straight sets, and four came in three sets…posted a 6-10 record in doubles play, including a 5-5 mark in conference…went 3-3 with partner Hermont Legaspi, 2-5 with Christopher Clayton and 1-2 with Donald Hall…a Big Sky all-academic selection…recipient of the ITA Scholar-Athlete award.
An economics major.