Earned third team All-ACC recognition at the end of the regular season... Posted 27 singles victories, falling one short of tying his career-high, while dropping 13 matches overall... Opened the spring season ranked No. 52 in the country and finished the season ranked No. 118 in the ITA polls... Went 17-9 in dual-match action with a 10-4 mark in tournament play... Playing primarily at Nos. 3 and 4 throughout the spring season, went 6-3 at No. 3 and 8-4 at No. 4 with a 5-5 mark against nationally-ranked opponents... Posted a 20-9 mark in doubles, playing primarily with Noah Rubin... Went 16-7 in dual-match play with a 7-3 mark in conference action playing mostly out of the No. 2 spot... Went 1-2 against nationally-ranked opponents, topping the then-No. 58 duo of Carlos Benito and Eduardo Segura of Georgia Tech on April 3... Started the 2014 fall season with an upset win over then-No. 106 Adrien Berkowicz of Texas in the Cajun Tennis Classic... Advanced to the semifinals of the Cajun Tennis Classic doubles tournament in September with Skander Mansouri... Won his way into the main draw of the ITA All-American Championships in September and October with six straight victories... Reached the third round in singles and the Round of 16 with Skander Mansouri in doubles at the ITA Carolina Regional.
Went 23-15 in singles and 14-15 in doubles ... Played primarily at the No. 4 singles position and No. 2 doubles position ... Ranked as high as No. 41 in doubles with Pedro Dumont ... Went 11-5 in dual match singles action, beating ACC opponents from Florida State, Clemson, Notre Dame, Boston College, Virginia and Duke ... Earned impressive non-conference wins against players from Texas, Tennessee, South Carolina and Louisville ...Earned several big wins at doubles while playing No. 1, topping No. 7 Lloyd Glasspool and Soren Hess-Olesen of Texas with partner Adam Lee and No. 7 Greg Andrews and Alex Lawson of Notre Dame while teaming with Pedro Dumont ... Also posted a ranked victory over No. 25 Hunter Harrington and Dominique Maden of Clemson ... Spent the last two months of the season in the national doubles rankings with Dumont, rising as high as No. 41 and finishing at No. 56.
Went 28-18 in singles and 17-16 in doubles ... Split time between the No. 4 and No. 5 singles positions while holding down the No. 3 doubles spot ... Earned first ranked victory against No. 70 Raphael Hemmeler to help Wake Forest upset Duke in semifinals of the ACC Championship ... Went 6-4 in singles in ACC play, posting wins against players from NC State, Georgia Tech, Miami, Virginia Tech, Boston College and Clemson ... Posted singles victories in the first seven dual matches of his career, all at the No. 4 spot ... Notched notable non-conference singles wins against players from Alabama, Penn State and Louisville ... In doubles, teamed with Sam Bloom to notch ACC wins against teams from Georgia Tech, Miami, Virginia Tech and Boston College ... Took third place in doubles at the UVA Ranked Plus One Invitational and the Wake Forest Spring Invite with partner Adam Lee
A blue-chip recruit by the Tennis Recruiting Network ... Played at North Alleghany High School in Pennsylvania before moving to Florida where he played at Wharton High School, helping both teams to undefeated seasons and state championships ... Ranked as the second-best player from Pennsylvania in his class and the 22nd-best nationally ... Won numerous sectional championships in the 16 and under and 18 and under age divisions ... Won his way through qualifying at the Atlanta ITF Junior event before earning two victories in the main draw ... Reached the semifinals of the consolation at the 2011 USTA 18 and Under National Clay Court Championships
Born Sept. 5, 1993 in Pittsburg, Pa. ...Has played the piano and cello for over 10 years, and performed a Haydn Concerto with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra when he was nine years old ... Son of Nelson and Ellan Ho