At Princeton — 2012-13: went 3-0 during Princeton's Ivy League championship season, including 3-0 win over Brown at the No. 9 spot. 2011-12: went 6-5 during the regular season while playing in the bottom part of the lineup … had biggest win of his career in 5-4 victory at Harvard; he topped Alexander Ma 3-1 after losing the first set and helped Princeton to a 5-4 win at the Crimson … also had a 3-2 Ivy League victory over Penn. 2010-11: went 6-0 during freshman season; six wins were most for a Princeton freshman … went 2-0 in the Ivy League with wins over Cornell and Brown … played one match at No. 7 spot and defeated Navy 3-0.
Before Princeton — reached as high as No. 2 in the boys U-19 rankings … ranked in the top five in both U-17 and U-15 rankings … will represent the U.S. this summer in Quito, Ecuador, in the Junior World Championships as the U.S. No. 2 player … won Junior Championship Tour in Seattle … won men's team playoffs at Williams College and Hunter Lott tournament at Merion Cricket Club … led Haverford to third-place finish nationally in 2009 and seventh-place in 2010 … earned first-team All-MASA and All-Inter Ac honors … played No. 1 for Haverford for three years … received James A. O'Brien Award (MVP) three times and George Gerhard Miller Award (most improved) once … named Main Line Times Athlete of the Week as a senior … also earned varsity letters in water polo, track and crew … won several rowing titles … earned Deroy Sportsmanship Award for fair play and sportsmanship.
Personal — born Sept. 20, 1991 … son of Sean and the late Katherine Egan … father is director of Egan-Jones Ratings Company … has an older brother Brad and a younger brother Wick … interested in economics … enjoys music, painting, frisbee and watching the Eagles.