|Hometown:||Great Missenden, England|
|High School:||Aylesbury Grammar School|
Limited to just 17 dual singles matches because of a foot injury…posted a 9-8 dual singles record, including 4-2 in conference matches…played at four positions in the singles lineup, posting a 3-1 record at No. 3, 4-5 at No. 4, 1-1 at No. 5, and 1-1 at No. 6…had won four of five singles matches prior to suffering the injury…came back from the injury to play in the Big Sky Tournament where he posted a 1-1 record, including a straight-set win against Montana State’s Kenny Dodd at No. 6 in the quarterfinals…went 8-11 in dual doubles play, including 4-6 at No. 1, 0-3 at No. 2, and 4-2 at No. 3…now has a career 31-20 dual singles record and a 35-33 doubles mark.
An honorable mention all-Big Sky Conference selection…posted an 18-10 dual singles record, including 11-7 at No. 5 and 7-3 at No. 6…also went 9-1 against Big Sky competition…won 15 of his final 18 singles matches of the season…of those three losses, two came in three sets and the other came against a ranked opponent…named the Big Sky Player of the Week on March 26…went 17-12 in dual doubles play, and played at Nos. 1, 2 and 3 in the team’s doubles lineup…went 9-2 in duals against Big Sky opposition.
Played in the team’s singles lineup just three times in the first 19 matches of the season, before moving into the lineup on a full-time basis the final five matches of the regular season…won his final four singles matches of the season, which includes posting a 6-0, 6-3 victory at No. 6 against Montana’s Andreas Luczak in the Big Sky Tournament championship match…overall, he went 4-2 in singles play this year, all at No. 6…also went 10-10 in doubles play, including 10-9 at No. 2, and 0-1 at No. 3…went 9-6 with partner Sean Kolar.
A 2011 graduate of Aylesbury Grammar School in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire.
A geography major.