2010-11: went 18-3 and earned second-most wins for any returning Princeton player … won the second-round consolation final of the Molloy Cup and went 5-1 in the individual championships … went 5-1 in the Ivy League; lone loss was in five games against Yale … had key 3-2 win over Rochester at the No. 8 spot to help Princeton to 5-4 win … won his opening match in the team championships against Harvard … recorded two six-match win streaks during the season. 2009-10: went 10-3, playing mostly between No. 7 and No. 9 … won first seven matches of the season, including a 3-2 win over Navy at No. 6 position … went 4-1 in Ivy League, including 3-0 victory at Harvard … two of his three losses were against Trinity. 2008-09: went 9-0 as a freshman playing between No. 6 and No. 9 … ended year ranked in the Top 60 in the CSA individual rankings … won his collegiate debut 3-0 at the No. 6 position against Middlebury … went 4-0 in Ivy League matches, including a 3-0 win over Harvard that clinched the outright Ivy League title … didn't lose a single game as a freshman.
Sixth-ranked American junior … played for the U.S. Junior team at the World Championships … led Brunswick School as captain and No. 1 player to two national prep school finals … earned four varsity letters in squash … ranked as high as #5 in the U.S. U19's … National Merit Scholar Finalist … High Honor Roll student.
Born Sept. 15, 1989 … son of Henry ’65 and Sally Blackiston … father is a lawyer … interested in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and mixed martial arts … writing a book of memoirs entitled "Awkward" … will major in philosophy.
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