2013-14: Finished 20-15 overall in singles matches, going 12-4 in the fall … Went 2-1 when playing at the No. 2 singles spot in spring … Completed spring season with 8-11 record … Recorded match-winning point against UCSB with three-set victory at No. 3 (3/9) … Had best doubles record in spring and most wins at 7-2 with Zach Katz … Helped defeat No. 56 Princeton for first time since 2007 with win at No. 2 doubles with Katz over Davies/Bloom (3/29) … Defeated Dartmouth’s doubles pair DeBot/Sakinois at No. 2 with Katz to help earn doubles point (4/12) … Was a perfect 4-0 in the fall singles flights at the Penn Invite (9/27-29) and Gopher Invite (11/1-3).
2012-2013: Finished with a 9-15 overall singles record, going 1-6 against the Ivy League … Advanced to quarterfinals of both the Princeton Invitational (9/14-15) and Penn Invitational (9/28-29) … Began the spring season with five consecutive dual victories and completed the spring at 7-11 … Posted a 3-3 record in six matches at No. 1 singles … Went 8-13 overall in doubles, including 2-4 in the Ivy League.
2011-12: Second Team All-Ivy ... Led team with 22 overall wins in singles in the 2011-12 season ... Six wins in singles in the fall, including a title at Flight D of the Princeton Invitational, defeating four Ivy League opponents en route to victory (9/16-18) ... Reached the doubles semifinals at the Princeton Invitational (9/16-17) and USTA College Invitational (9/23-24), partnering with Rob Wong and Phil Law ... Compiled a 16-4 record in singles in the spring season, going 6-1 in the Ivy League ... Played mainly with Zach Katz in spring doubles, picking up nine wins in 17 matches.
High School: Lettered five times in tennis, captain of the team ... 5-star recruit on Tennis Recruiting Network ... 2010 New York state and Section One champion, finishing undefeated for the year ... 2011 New York state finalist ... Named 2010 New York Player of the Year by The Journal News ... Played in USTA national tournaments ... Won multiple national doubles titles ... Top-30 of the USTA rankings for 14 and 16-year olds ... Scholar-Athlete.
Personal: Son of Karen Ikeda and Neil Court ... Enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences.