Eugene Oh
Eugene Oh
Height: 6-1
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Alpharetta, Ga.
High School: Westminster Schools
Major: Computer Science

2013-14: NEWMAC All-Conference (Singles and Doubles) … NEWMAC Doubles Team of the Week (4/17) … was 8-4 in singles action and 13-6 in doubles play … primarily played at No. 3 singles … had a 6-1, 6-1 victory over Erickson of Salem State (4/11) in the top spot … participated in all four postseason matches, but they went unfinished, as the score had already reached decision … won two matches against nationally-ranked opponents … had a 6-3, 2-6, 6-2 victory  at No. 4 over Feldman of #25 Bates (3/14) and defeated Lubarsky of #30 Brandeis (4/21) at No. 3 by a score of 6-1, 6-4 … for doubles, he mainly played at No. 2, but played all four postseason matches in the top position … in the NEWMAC semifinals and finals, he and Kevin Wang had 8-5 wins over both Coast Guard (4/26) and Babson (4/27) … had an 8-2 victory over Nichols (5/9) in the first round of NCAAs.

2012-13: Competed in 16 matches as a sophomore … went 7-2 in singles … was 15-1 in doubles action, which was second on the team for most doubles wins … played most of his singles matches at the No. 4 position … went 6-3, 5-7, 6-0 to take the win against Amherst (4/12), who was ranked #17 in the nation at that point … won 7-5, 6-0 against Tufts (5/01) … teamed up with Kevin Wang in 12 doubles matches, winning all but one … blanked three opponents with scores of 8-0 … the duo went 2-0 at No. 3 doubles with an 8-3 win over Wheaton (4/27) at the NEWMAC Quarterfinals and an 8-4 win over Babson (4/28) in the Semifinals.

2011-12: Played an integral role as a freshman, competing in 16 matches … went 7-4 in singles … went 1-1 in singles in the ITA tournament (9/25) playing against Tufts and Bowdoin … had the most success in the No. 4 spot, going 4-0 in against Brandeis (4/5), Babson (4/7), Tufts (4/11), and Coast Guard (4/23) … won an NCAA Tournament (5/12) match against Stevens’ Shota Tasaki 6-2, 6-3 … his 9-7 overall doubles record was good for fourth best on the team … played most of the season in the No. 2 position … primarily played alongside Curtis Wu, going 3-5 … paired with Tymor Hammasy at the end of the season … duo went 2-2 with wins in the NEWMAC Tournament against Clark (4/29) and an NCAA match against Stevens (5/12).

Off the Court at MIT: Majoring in computer science … was an MIT Media Lab undergraduate researcher … conducted research in CSAIL … Asian American Association.

High School: A 2011 graduate of the Westminster Schools.