At Princeton — 2014-15: played mostly at the No. 4 and No. 5 positions … earned wins over Navy, Brown and Bates during the Hoehn Cup championship weekend. 2013-14: won six matches while playing between No. 4-5 spots in the lineup … went 3-4 in the Ivy League … had five-game win in team victory over Columbia … won at No. 3 against Williams. 2012-13: helped Princeton win Ivy League championship by going 8-6 in the middle of the lineup … biggest victory was 3-1 win over Harvard in CSA team semifinals; also earned win over Rochester … posted winning record in Ivy League matches. 2011-12: went 7-2 in his first season with Princeton … won his collegiate debut 3-0 over Franklin & Marshall at the No. 9 spot … won his first six matches of the season; his only two losses came against Trinity and Yale … had Ivy League wins over Penn and Brown; added a win over a top-five Rochester program.
Before Princeton — placed third at the 2009 U.S. Junior Squash championships and third at the 2008 U.S. Junior Open ... earned Top-20 finish at the 2010 Dutch Junior Open ... led Gilman school to four straight MIAA conference championships ... also played for the Meadow Mill Athletic Club ... started playing at age 9.
Personal — born Feb. 10, 1993 ... son of Ronald and Lissen Tutrone ... father is a urologist ... has a younger sister Katie ... enjoys playing the guitar and writing ... interested in studying creative writing.
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