|High School:||Hilliard Darby|
2017-18: Began the year at No. 1 singles and finished the year with six matches at No. 2 singles … went 5-8 overall in singles play, 2-5 at no. 1 singles and 3-3 at No. 2 singles … went 4-8 at No. 1 doubles … recorded two 6-0, 6-0 wins at No. 2 singles … lost five singles matches in three sets … won two doubles matches 8-0 with DiMichaelangelo.
2016-17: Named Second Team All-OAC … played the year as Capital’s No. 2 singles option … went 12-12 overall in singles play, 6-2 in conference season … won his last five singles bouts of the season … went 9-1 in his last 10 singles matches … began the season playing on the No. 1 doubles team with Dale Booher, who together went 7-8 … moved to No. 2 doubles with John Roberts and won eight of nine matches together … finished the year 15-9 in doubles play … won his OAC quarter-final match against Otterbein’s Been Keen, 6-4, 6-1.
2015-16: Won eight matches in singles play, five of them came in OAC play … posted 10 wins in doubles play, primarily with Beau Streety in the No. 2 position … won matches against Franklin and Muskingum in 12 games … defeated the No. 3 singles player from Ohio Northern 6-1 and 6-0 … in the regular season against John Carroll, after losing the first set 6-4 he bounced back and won the last two sets 6-3 and 1-0 (10-6) … finished the season winning three in a row in singles play … in doubles play, with Streety, they won two matches 8-0, one against Muskingum (4/13) and the other against Marietta (4/19) … won four of the last seven in doubles play with Streety.
2014-15: Fifth on the team in singles match wins with a record of 7-8, with a 4-3 record against OAC opponents … posted a 12-3 record in doubles, paired with Kenny Duncan at the No. 2 position in all but one contest, and won six of seven in conference play … opened the season in the No. 6 singles position with a victory over Mount St. Joseph on Sept. 17, taking all 12 games … claimed victory in his first doubles match, paired with Beau Streety at the third position on Sept. 19 in the 8-5 set over Trine … won in seven consecutive doubles competitions, paired with Duncan in month-long undefeated span from March 21 to April 22 … started a five-match winning streak in singles on April 20 at home against Marietta College that stretched to April 28 … only lost one set in that span … finished the season with three straight wins in the No. 2 doubles position, with the final win over Otterbein on May 1.
Personal: Majoring in exercise science ... parents are James and Melanie Martin ... attended Hilliard Darby High School where he played tennis, golf, and soccer ... hobbies include tennis, golf and skiing.