As a Junior (2009-10:) Second team All-Conference Posted a 5-3 record during the fall season Advanced to the IU Flight Finals at the Indiana University Invitational (9/18-20) Advanced to the Flight A Doubles quarterfinals at the Louisville Invitational (10/16-19) with Brian Starr Was sidelined for the first half of the 2010 dual match season due to a hand injury Provided the match-winning singles wins in all three of Xavier's Atlantic 10 Tournament matches Finished the 2010 dual match season with an 8-1 singles record and finished the season 13-4 overall in singles play Went 5-3 in doubles action in 2010 A-10 Commissioner's Honor Roll fall and spring semester.
As a Sophomore (2008-09:) Joined the Musketeers in January 2009 for dual meet action Posted a team-high 18 wins in dual meets, going 18-5 overall, on his way to earning Atlantic 10 Second Team All-Conference honors Was 6-1 in Flight 4 action and 12-4 in Flight 5 competition Recorded victories in his last nine singles matches to reach decision, winning 13 of his last 14 decisions After bouncing between partners early in the spring, paired with sophomore Brian Starr for 11 straight matches to end the season The duo went 6-4 in 10 decision during that span, recording all six wins consecutively from March 31 to April 25 Posted an overall doubles record of 10-9.
As a Freshman (2007-08 at Florida State): Posted a 2-3 overall singles record, including a 1-2 mark in Atlantic Coast Conference competition Won his lone doubles match, teaming with Chris Cloer.
2006-07 (At Florida State): Redshirted
High School: Identified as a Top 30 recruit in the U.S. for the class of 2006 by tennis recruiting.net Won District and Regional championships as a freshman in the No. 2 singles slot, finishing as a state finalist, in his one year at Naples High School Naples captured the state title his freshman season Lettered the next three season at Saint John Neumann High School Earned District and Regional championships as a junior, one again becoming a state finalist Named Naples Daily News Player of the Year as a junior, going 16-2 in singles action at the No. 1 slot Led Saint John Neumann to a third-place finish in states as a junior Named Team MVP, earning all-county and all-state honors at Saint John Neumann.
Personal: Majoring in economics Born August 7, 1987 in Cincinnati, Ohio Son of Robert and Kathleen Deye Youngest of four children, with two sisters and one brother.
* - Denotes wins and loses at Florida State