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  Jon Wong
Jon Wong

Player Profile
Los Altos Hills, CA

High School:
Los Altos

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 160

Human Biology

Fall of 2005: Posted a 5-2 singles record and 4-2 doubles mark while competing at the Santa Clara Bronco Classic and the ITA Northwest Regional Championship ... In singles, he reached the quarterfinals at the Bronco Classic before being defeated in a tough, three set match ... Reached he Round of 32 at the Northwest Regional in singles, falling to Cal's Daniel Sebescan ... In doubles, he teamed with Chris Rasmussen to reach the semifinals of the Bronco Classic ... He also teamed with Jeff Zeller at the Northwest Regional where the duo won their first match, but lost their second match in the Round of 32.

Summer of 2005: Reached the third round of qualifying at the Costa Mesa Futures.

As a Junior in 2004-05: Emerged as a solid contributor, posting an 8-6 overall record and seeing increased action at the No. 6 singles position ... Registered a 2-2 dual match mark ... Posted a straight set 6-1, 7-5 win over J.J. Whitlinger of Saint Mary's (2/8) ... Posted a 7-6, 6-2 win over UCLA's Jason Nguyen in the first round of the Sherwood Cup (1/14) ... Reeled off four straight victories to claim the C-Flight singles title at the Santa Clara Bronco Classic in October, defeating Michael Ricks of Washington in the final 6-3, 6-7, 7-6 ... Saw considerable action in doubles play, posting a 15-14 overall mark while partnering with six different teammates ... He paired up with senior Phil Sheng and sophomore James Wan to record a 10-8 mark in dual match contests, all at the No. 2 and No. 3 doubles position ... Posted six straight dual match doubles wins with Wan early in the season, including wins over tandems from Hawaii (11/23), California (1/29), San Diego (2/4), Fresno State (2/5), St. Mary's (2/8) and Arizona (2/11) ... The pair went 6-4 at the No. 3 doubles position ... Also paired up with senior Sam Warburg to advance to the semifinals of the Sherwood Cup in January ... Teamed with sophomore Eric McKean to go 3-1 and advance to the Wilson/ITA Regional Championship quarterfinals in October.

Summer of 2004: Did not compete

As a Sophomore in 2003-04: Teamed with fellow sophomore James Pade to collect a win at No. 2 doubles in Stanford's 5-2 win over Hawaii ... Did not compete during the spring season.

Summer of 2003: Advanced to the third round of the San Francisco Open in singles competition.

As a Freshman in 2002-03: Recorded a 2-1 record in singles and a 2-2 record in doubles ... Reached the second round in singles and the third round in doubles (w/Phil Sheng) at the Omni Hotels Regional Championship in October ... Posted singles and doubles victories in Stanford's 7-0 dual win at Hawaii in November.

Summer of 2002: Reached the quarterfinals of the Northern California Sectionals ... Participated in the Super Nationals in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

Prior to Stanford: Carmel Super Series Finalist in 2002 ... Ranked 129th in the nation and 10th in the section in singles (18's) ... 2001 NorCal Sectional Finalist in doubles ... Ranked as high as No. 9 in the nation in doubles ... Ranked 183rd in the nation and 13th in the section in singles (18's) ... 2000 consolation singles champion at the Copper Bowl ... NorCal Sectional Doubles Champion ... Reached the round of 16 in doubles at Kalamazoo ... Ranked 66th in the nation and 13th in the section in singles (16's).

Personal: Son of Bill and Rhonda Wong ... Graduated from Los Altos High School ... Ranked No. 1 in his class at Los Altos, and was the school's "Senior of the Year" ... Interned at Genentech during the summer of 2004 ... Human Biology major ... Took the MCAT exam in the Summer of 2005.

John Whitlinger & David Hodge Say: "We've got a lot of class acts on our team and Jon is one of them. He is one of the hardest workers on the team and has been a pleasure to coach for four years. He keeps improving every year. He got great experience playing doubles last year and that will carry over to this year. I'm looking forward to Jon being a strong contributor to our team this year."

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