2015 Camps
Princeton M. Tennis BIO
 Yohei Shoji

Coach Michibata Says:
Yohei earned a spot on the team as a walk-on this fall through his great attitude and good work ethic. His hard work paid off this fall when he reached the semi finals of the Columbia Invitational. He is looking to build on those results and earn a spot in the starting lineup.

Born Apr. 30, 1989 ... son of Ryuichi and Keiko Shoji ... has younger sisters Yuko and Naoko ... spent one year at Chatham High in New Jersey, where he also played soccer, before finishing in Japan.

Getting to Know Yohei Shoji
Place I’d most like to play tennis: Center Court at Wimbledon
My ultimate doubles partner would be: Pete Sampras
Favorite spot on campus: In front of Nassau Hall at night
Place you’d most like to visit: Machu Picchu
Most enjoyable class at Princeton: Intro to Macroeconomics
An adjective often used to describe me: Shy
Favorite activity, other than tennis: Soccer
How do I describe my hometown?: Busy and interesting
If I could have any job, it would be...: Some kind of sports player

Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Tokyo, Japan
High School: Int'l Christian Univ. HS