Victor Cheng
Victor Cheng
Height: 6-0
Year: Fr.
Hometown: Santa Monica, Calif.
High School: Santa Monica
Major: Undecided

2016-17: NEWMAC All-Conference Doubles … NEWMAC Singles Player of the Week (Apr. 18) … NEWMAC Doubles Team of the Week (Feb. 27) … as a freshman, posted the second most singles (16-5) and doubles (15-10) wins on the team … in singles play, went 4-1 in NEWMAC Regular Season contests and mainly played at the No. 3 position where he compiled a record of 8-2 … he also went 2-0 at No. 2 singles and 3-0 at No. 4 singles … in doubles matches, went 4-0 in NEWMAC Regular Season contests and posted seven wins at No. 3 doubles (7-5) … won his first collegiate match in the ITA Division III New England Championship over Benjamin Lebowitz of Williams College by a 7-6 (3), 3-6, 6-4 score and in the Spring took his first dual match singles win against Marc Sable of Boston University 6-4, 2-6, 6-3 at No. 3 singles … posted a season-long 10 match singles win streak that spanned from February 10 through April 15 and featured victories against No. 26 Bates College, No. 8 Wesleyan University and No. 13 Amherst College … during postseason play three of his matches were unfinished including both during the NEWMAC Tournament, but earned his first postseason singles win against William Persson of Stevens 6-3, 6-4 in the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament … in doubles matches, mostly played with Sean Ko as the duo went 14-7 overall this year … won his first collegiate No. 1 doubles match against Colby Sawyer as him and Ko bested Gustav Jigrup and Cass McCann 8-6 … the tandem also defeated the team from Springfield 8-1 in the NEWMAC Semifinals, the team from Babson 9-7 in the NEWMAC Championship and the team from Stevens 8-6 in the Second Round of the NCAA Tournament … [SEASON STATS]

High School: A 2016 graduate of Santa Monica High School ... four-time varsity tennis letterwinner ... four-time league singles champion ... four-time Team MVP ... went undefeated in league play ... Five Star Recruit ... AP Scholar With Distinction.