2010-11: despite early injuries, recorded 10 wins while playing mostly at the No. 3 position … went 4-2 in the Ivy League, including 3-0 wins against Brown, Dartmouth and Harvard … won regular season match over Rochester and CSA team semifinal against Harvard … played one match at No. 2 and topped Navy 3-0. 2009-10: played through injury-plagued season and went 8-5 … ended year ranked 23rd in the nation … was the only Princeton player to go undefeated in the CSA team championships, including a 3-0 win over Trinity … topped Hameed Ahmed of Rochester 3-2 in CSA third-place match … lost his two regular season matches by 3-2 scores against eventual team finalists Trinity and Yale. 2008-09: earned first-team All-America and All-Ivy honors during freshman season … named 2009 Ivy League Rookie of the Year … went 12-1 as a freshman playing mostly at the No. 2 or No. 3 positions … went undefeated in Ivy League play … won a 3-1 regular-season match against senior captain Manek Mathur of top-ranked Trinity … won 10 of his 12 victories by 3-0 scores … lost his only match in the CSA team final to Mathur by a 3-2 score; loss came one day after beating Rochester's Hameed Ahmed in five games.
Second-ranked American junior … ranked either first or second in his age division for six straight years … led Penn Charter to two consecutive national high school championships … team went 33-0 between 2007 and 2008 … named MVP of his squash team … also played No. 1 for high school tennis team and earned team MVP honors.
Born May 4, 1989 … son of Tom Callis … father is a teacher … interested in Philadelphia sports and movies.
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