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Austin Kaplan
Year: Senior
Hometown: Scarsdale, N.Y.
High School: Scarsdale

2014-15: Finished with an overall 4-6 singles record and 16-8 doubles record … In the spring, went 1-4 (0-2 Ivy) in singles and 11-5 (4-1 Ivy) in doubles … Won seven straight doubles matches (3/21-4/15) … Earned first Ivy doubles win at No. 3 with Willenborg over Yale’s Faierman/Photiades (4/4) … Claimed four more wins at No. 3 doubles with Willenborg over No. 62 Brown (4/5), No. 35 Harvard (4/11), No. 54 Dartmouth (4/12), and St. John’s (4/15) … Earned first singles win of spring against St. John’s Michael-John Every at No. 6 in two sets: 6-4, 6-2 (4/15).

2013-14: Finished season with 3-7 overall singles record, competed only in one singles match in spring … Collected wins in the fall against opponents from Georgetown at the Princeton/Farnsworth Invitational (9/13-15), Army at the Ivy Plus (9/20-22), and Delaware at the Penn Invite (9/27-29) … Finished spring with a 4-8 doubles record with teammate Thomas Spratt … Defeated Dartmouth’s doubles pair Nordahl/Kipouras at No. 3 with Vim De Alwis to help earn doubles point (4/12).

2012-13: Finished with an overall singles record of 10-10 … Won the consolation bracket of the Jadwin Draw at the Princeton Invitational (9/14-16) … Advanced to Round of 64 at the ITA Northeast Regional (10/20) … Posted a 3-4 singles record in the spring, winning matches against Buffalo, Temple and Navy … Went 12-12 in doubles for the season … Had nine straight doubles victories in the spring while paired with Vim De Alwis, Zach Katz and Sylvester Wee.

High School: Named a National High School Tennis All-American in 2012 ... All-State tennis player in 2011, the same year he won the New York Doubles Championship ... All-State tennis player in 2010, ending the year as runner-up in the New York Doubles tournament ... National Merit Scholarship award winner and a member of the Signifer Honor Society.

Personal: Son of Alisa and Kenneth Kaplan ... Enrolled in Wharton.


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