|Hometown:||Wellington, New Zealand|
|High School:||Scots College|
Played at four different positions in the singles lineup, including Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4…also played at the Nos. 1 and 3 spots in the doubles lineup…in singles play, he went 3-18 with all three of those wins coming against Big Sky opposition…posted a 7-8 dual doubles record, including a 7-5 mark at No. 3 with teammate Hermont Legaspi.
Played in 20 of the team’s 21 spring matches…posted an 8-12 dual singles record, including a 6-5 mark against conference competition…was 3-10 at No. 2, and 5-2 at No. 3…won five of his last seven singles matches of the season, with four of those five victories coming in straight sets…played in 17 dual doubles matches, posting three victories at No. 2 with teammate Bernardo Moraes…a Big Sky All-Academic selection for the third straight year…recipient of the ITA Scholar-Athlete award.
Played in all 25 singles matches during the spring…two of those matches went unfinished…posted a dual singles record of 10-13, including 0-1 at No. 1 and 10-12 at No. 2…went 6-5 in conference play…of his 10 victories, seven came in straight sets…went 7-14 in dual doubles play, including a 4-2 mark at No. 1, 0-3 at No. 2, and 3-9 at No. 3…played with four different doubles partners, including seven matches with teammate Christopher Clayton and six matches with Mikus Losbergs…a Big Sky all-academic selection.
Posted a 13-10 dual singles record during his true freshman season…that included a 2-1 mark at No. 3, 6-7 at No. 1, 1-0 at No. 5 and 4-2 at No. 6…also went 8-3 in Big Sky matches…each of his last nine victories of the season came in straight sets…10 of his final 11 matches came at the No. 4 spot in the team’s lineup…also went 11-7 in dual doubles play, including an 11-6 mark at No. 2 with teammate Donald Hall…the pair was 6-1 in Big Sky play…the pair won six of their final eight matches of the season, including a 6-1 victory in the quarterfinals of the Big Sky Tournament against Montana…a Big Sky All-Academic selection.
Prior to Sacramento State
A 2014 graduate of Scots College in Wellington…played five years for the Wellington Tennis Club where he played at Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 in the singles lineup…had an International Tennis Federation ranking of 564 after posting a combined singles and doubles record of 47-44…that included a 34-21 doubles record…received the 2014 College Sport Wellington Tennis Player of the Year award…won the 2014 BNP Paribas Nouvelle Caledonie doubles title.
A business administration major who is on pace to graduate in the summer of 2019.…brother, Lucas, played tennis for Catawba College in North Carolina.