At Princeton — 2014: earned starting middle job during freshman season and helped Princeton reach EIVA championship match … ranked fourth in the EIVA with 1.15 blocks per set … hit 8-for-9 (.889) with seven blocks in Princeton’s EIVA semifinal win over Harvard … had career-high nine kills against nationally ranked Ball State … recorded three kills and six blocks in Princeton’s first win over Penn State since 1998 … had eight matches with at least six blocks, including season-high 10 against Concordia … hit at least .500 eight times, including six in Princeton’s final 10 matches.
At Old Bridge — selected to the 2013 Boys Fab 50 by Volleyball Magazine … three-time participant in the Open Division at Junior Nationals … competed in A2 High Performance Camp and helped team win silver medal … two-time all-state and all-area honoree … led Old Bridge to 2010 and 2012 Greater Middlesex Championships … two-year captain … also lettered in basketball … president of the National Honor Society … Old Bridge High School Scholar-Athlete of the Year … Central Jersey Academic All-Star … National AP Scholar.
Personal — born May 16, 1995 … full name is Ehidiamen Oboh … son of Ehidiamen and Stella Oboh … father is a pastor; mother is a nurse … has two older sisters, Ofure and Ehis … enjoys reading and playing basketball … plans on majoring in Economics, and getting a certificate in either finance or computer science.
“I chose Princeton because of its world-class academic reputation, wonderful coaching staff, and its beautiful campus.”
Unofficial Team Role — The Apprentice/Social Media Tsar