‣ Four-year letterman from Woodinville, Wash.
‣ Became Washington’s first NCAA singles semifinalist in over 40 years when he made a run to the semis in 1999, earning All-America honors.
‣ Also earned All-America honors in doubles as a senior, pairing with Robert Kendrick, as the two finished the season ranked 13th, the highest year-end doubles ranking in UW history.
‣ Finished the 1999 season ranked 20th and also had year-end rank-ings in 1998 (33), 1997 (90), and 1996 (64).
‣ Also made the semifinals of the 1998 Pac-10 Championships.
‣ An All-Pac-10 first-team selection in 1999 and a second-teamer in 1998.
‣ Still ranks 8th in school history with 86 career singles wins and 7th with 72 doubles wins.
‣ Helped the Huskies qualify for the NCAA Championships all four years, and helped provide big challenges to home favorites UCLA (2-4) and Georgia (3-4) in the second rounds in 1998 and 1999.
‣ Currently serves as a volunteer assistant coach for the Huskies under Matt Anger.