John Huang
John Huang
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Irvine, Calif.
High School: University
Major: Economics
Residential College: Saybrook

2012-13 Season (Senior): Posted a 10-5 singles record in the fall … Highlight of fall season was defeating No. 38 Vasko Mladenov to make the final of the ‘A’ singles draw at the USTA/ITA Collegiate Invitational … Also reached the semifinals of the USTA/ITA Northeast Regional Championships … Went 13-6 in doubles in the fall … Defeated the No. 36 team in the nation alongside Patrick Chase en route to the final of the ‘A’ doubles draw of the Princeton-Farnsworth Invitational … Also reached the doubles final of the Connecticut State Championships with Chase ... Was one of two Yale players to compete in the ITA All-American Championships … Compiled a 16-5 singles record in the spring, including a team-best 6-1 Ivy League win-loss mark … Unanimously named to First Team All-Ivy in singles … Became the 15th player in Ivy League history to receive First Team All-Ivy honors three times in his career and just the third player in Yale history to do so … Nominated for Ivy League Player of the Year honors … Also went 7-6 in doubles in the spring playing alongside Patrick Chase at the No. 2 spot … Received the Stuart D. Ludlum, Jr. ’62 Memorial Award for his constant display of enthusiasm, perseverance and team spirit, alongside classmate Marc Powers ... ITA Scholar-Athlete.

 

2011-12 Season (Junior): Posted a 7-3 doubles record in the fall … Highlight of fall season was winning the doubles draw of the Connecticut State Championship alongside Joel Samaha … Went 7-5 in singles in the fall … Posted an 18-4 singles record in the spring ... Recorded a streak of nine consecutive straight-set victories in singles during a span that lasted over a month ... Went undefeated (5-0) when playing at No. 3 singles … Finished the season playing at No. 1 singles for the Bulldogs … Won all but one Ivy League singles match, going 5-1 … Unanimously named to First Team All-Ivy in singles … Posted a 14-6 doubles record in the spring mostly playing alongside Patrick Chase … Longest streak with Chase in doubles was seven straight victories.

 

2010-11 Season (Sophomore): Finished the fall with a 5-3 singles record … Played three doubles matches … Highlight of the fall was reaching the quarterfinals in singles at the 2010 USTA/ITA Division I Northeast Regional Championship... Played No. 2 singles and No. 3 doubles in the spring... Named Second Team All-Ivy Singles.

 

2009-10 Season (Freshman): First team All-Ivy League in singles … Finished with a 26-11 singles record, 9-5 in the fall and 17-6 in the spring at No. 1 and No. 2 positions … Reached the finals at the Farnsworth/Princeton Invitational in the fall … Had a big win in the fall against No. 87 Amit Inbar from UCLA in a three-set match in the ITA National Intercollegiate Indoor Championships, advancing to the quarterfinals of the consolation round … Finished with a 14-9 doubles record, 2-2 in the fall and 12-7 in the spring at No. 2 and No. 3 positions.

 

Before Yale: Won the Copper Bowl in 2008 … Reached the round of 16 at the Super National Clay Courts in 2008 … Reached the round of 32 at the Super National Hard Courts in Kalamazoo in 2008 … Partnered with future Yale teammate Marc Powers and clinched the doubles title at the Winter Super Nationals in 2009 …  Rated a “Blue Chip” recruit by www.tennisrecruiting.net … Won numerous regional sportsmanship awards throughout his junior career.

 

Singles:

  #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 Dual Match Total IVY Overall
2012-1316-5     16-56-126-10
2011-12 4-3 9-1 5-0       18-4 5-1 25-9
2010-11 2-3 7-5 1-2       10-10 4-3 20-13
2009-10 1-0 16-6
   

17-6 6-1
26-11
Total 23-11
32-12 6-2
   
61-25
21-6
92-43

 

Doubles:

  #1 #2 #3 Dual Match Total IVY Overall
2012-131-06-6 7-63-320-12
2011-12   5-4 9-2 14-6 3-3 21-9
2010-11   5-2 8-5 13-7 2-5 14-9
2009-10   1-1 11-6 12-7 3-3
14-10
Total  1-0 17-13 28-13
46-26
11-14
69-40