2016-17: Became three-time all-conference selection after being named First Team All-OAC … served as No. 1 singles and a member of Capital’s top doubles team … finished the year 10-14 overall and 6-2 against OAC competition in singles play … won his last five singles bouts and nine of his last 10 singles matches … three of his wins came in three sets or in a super tiebreaker … went 3-5 in singles matches that went three sets or to a super tiebreak … finished posted a 15-9 mark in doubles play, winning six of eight in conference … went 8-1 when paired with Santino DiMichaelangelo … also won nine of his last 10 doubles matches overall.
2015-16: Named to the Honorable Mention All-Ohio Athletic Conference … finished third on the team in singles wins with a 10-13 record, going 5-3 against OAC opponents primarily at the No. 2 position … posted a 8-13 record in doubles play primarily at the No. 1 position, including a 3-5 record in conference play … best performance came against Muskingum, winning all 12 games … claimed victory in 6-1 and 6-0 sets in singles match against Marietta … nine wins coming in straight sets.
2014-15: Named to the Second Team All-Ohio Athletic Conference … finished tied for second on the team in singles wins with an 11-5 record, going 5-2 against OAC opponents primarily at the No. 2 position … posted a 10-9 record in doubles with Luke Buchanan at the No. 1 position, including 5-3 in conference play … claimed victory in 6-1 and 6-0 sets in back to back singles matches against Mount St. Joseph and Trine to start the season, also taking home the first two doubles contests … retired his opponent after 6-4 and 3-0 sets on Sept. 22 against Grove City … fought back after losing the first set to Otterbein in singles, winning the final two sets 6-4 on March 25 … began a 5-match doubles winning streak on March 22 by defeating Hanover and the first four versus conference opponents to open the OAC season … took all 12 games from Marietta on April 20 in single play … claimed victory after falling short in the first set on April 24 at home against Baldwin Wallace … finished the singles season with a win against Otterbein in 6-3 and 6-2 sets versus Otterbein.
2013-14: Second Team All-Ohio Athletic Conference … finished third on the team in singles wins with a 14-8 record, including a 6-2 mark in OAC play, playing primarily at the No. 2 position … tied for the team lead in doubles victories with a 13-9 record (6-2 OAC) playing primarily at the first slot … named OAC Player of the Week on March 3 after winning three 3-set matches and not dropping a match at No. 3 singles and finishing 2-1 at No. 1 doubles during the team’s spring break trip to Puerto Rico from Feb. 23-27 … posted a 6-4, 6-0 triumph over Ryan Shutt of eventual OAC Champion Otterbein on March 31 at the Capital Tennis Courts … won seven straight matches in both singles (No. 2) and doubles (No. 1) from April 9-29, including a 6-2, 3-6, 6-3 victory over Rob DeMarco at second singles and an 8-2 win playing with Luke Buchanan at first singles in Capital’s 5-3 win over Mount Union in the OAC Tournament quarterfinals on April 29 at the Capital Tennis Courts.
Personal: Majoring in music technology ... parents are Howard and Theresa Booher ... attended Lake High School, where he competed in tennis ... played for coach Matt Westfall at Lake ... hobbies include music and photography.