Albert Go
Albert Go
Height: 5-7
Year: Fr.
Hometown: Merritt Island, Fla.
High School: Merritt Island
Major: Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

2016-17: NEWMAC All-Conference Singles … NEWMAC Singles Player of the Week (Apr. 10) … as a freshman went 13-8 in singles play (12-6 in dual matches and 4-0 in NEWMAC play) and 11-10 in doubles play (10-7 in dual matches and 3-0 in NEWMAC play) … at No. 2 singles was 5-0 … also went 1-0 at No. 4 singles and 6-6 at No. 5 … won his first collegiate singles match against Harshil Dwivedi of Brandeis University 6-2, 6-0 at the MIT Fall Invitational and then claimed his first dual match singles win against Jake De Vries of Boston University 6-3, 6-4 … during the postseason was a critical member in doubles play as he went 2-1 including duplicate 8-2 wins with Tyler Barr against Springfield and Babson in the NEWMAC Tournament … [SEASON STATS]

Off the Court at MIT: Majoring in electrical engineering and computer science.

High School: A 2016 graduate of Merritt Island High School ... four-time varsity tennis letterwinner ... played number one singles and number one doubles all four years ... 2015 and 2016 Bright House Sports Network Boys Tennis Athlete of the Year ... 2014, 2015 and 2016 Florida Today Boys Tennis Player of the Year ... 2015 FHSAA Boys Tennis Overall State Champion in singles ... 2015 FHSAA Boys Tennis Overall State Runner-Up in doubles ... 2015 Florida Dairy Farmers FHSAA Class 2A Boys Tennis Player of the Year ... 2015 National High School Tennis All-American .... made four FHSAA State Championship appearances ... led the team to the state tournament for the first time in school history in his freshman year ... Four Star Recruit on Tennis Recruiting ... reached a high of 98 in the nation on Tennis Recruiting in 2015 ... placed third in the Florida State Closed L3 Boys 18 Doubles in September of 2014 ... took fourth in the National Warm Up B18 Doubles in July of 2015 ... Boys 14 ranked as high as 17 in the state, Boys 16 ranked as high as 14 in the state, Boys 18 ranked as high as 27 in the state ... Sunshine State Scholars Mathematics and Science Award ... Duke TIP State Recognition Recipient.