|Other College:||Tyler Junior College|
Compiled a 22-4 record in singles during the fall … Opened the year with a 17-0 run that included titles at the Racquet Club Collegiate Invitational and Alabama Four-in-the-Fall … Won eight straight matches at the ITA All-American to advance from the prequalifier to the qualifier to the main draw, where he advanced to the round of 16 … Recorded a semifinal finish at the ITA Central Regional Championships … Represented the Sooners at the Oracle ITA National Fall Championships, where he finished in the consolation quarterfinal … finished the fall ranked No. 17 in the ITA singles poll … In doubles play, made a run to the main draw quarterfinal at the ITA Central Regional Championships with partner Jake van Emburgh.
Prior to Oklahoma
Joined the Sooners as a transfer from Tyler Junior College ... Won the 2016 USTA/ITA Southwest Regional Championship in singles to earn a spot in the 2016 ITA Oracle Cup, where he finished runner-up … Capped his NJCAA career with a national championship in singles … also earned the national title in doubles with partner Enrique Pardo … Finished 2017 as the ITA’s No. 1 NJCAA doubles team ... led TJC to a runner-up finish at the NJCAA National Team Championship … 2017 ITA All-American in singles and doubles … 2017 ITA Collegiate singles and doubles All-Star .. Took home the 2015 USTA/ITA Southwest Regional Championships titles in singles and doubles … Was the 2015 National Small College Champion in singles play … Finished runner-up in doubles at the National Small College Championship … Wrapped up the fall season as the No. 1 singles player in the final ITA release … 2016 ITA All-American in singles and doubles.
Achieved a career-high ITF ranking of 41 (2014) ... Finished his junior playing career with a 64-29 doubles record, including doubles championships at the Allianz Kindler German Junior Championships, Safina Cup (Czech Republic) and ITF Junior Saint-Cyprien in 2013 … Also won the doubles title at the ITF Junior Ciutat de Vinaros in Spain in 2014.