|Hometown:||Sao Paulo, Brazil|
|High School:||A.L. Brown HS|
2013-14: Posted an 11-5 record at No. 4 singles, including a 3-3 mark in Conference Carolinas play...Went 14-8 overall in singles play...Playing at No. 1 doubles, posted a record of 16-6 with partner Rodrigo Avila...The duo had an overall record of 16-8, while going 6-2 in league play...Helped the Tornado to a 10-match winning streak, second place finish in the Conference Carolinas regular season and King's first Conference Carolinas Tournament victory...Won his first two singles matches of spring and last of the fall for a three-match winning streak...Opened the spring with a 6-1, 6-4 victory over David Sielge of 47th ranked Tusculum College...Followed that with a 6-1, 6-1 win over Ira Usry of Randolph-Macon College...Registered three straight wins down the stretch of the regular season...Won five of his final seven matches, with one being unfinished...Recorded a five-match doubles winning streak near the start of the spring season...Capped his career by winning nine of his last 10 doubles matches, including wins in each of his final six matches with Avila...The duo won both of their Conference Carolinas Tournament matches, topping Jason Harris adn Wilson Mathewes of seventh seeded Erskine College 8-5 in the quarterfinals and sixth seeded Barton College Jake McCartney and Rafael Ruiz 8-5 in the semifinals...Academic All-Conference Carolinas.
2012-13: Went 10-9 in singles play, including a perfect 4-0 at No. 4 singles... Had a Conference Carolinas singles record of 4-5... Posted a 6-7 record at No. 3 singles... Registered an overall doubles record of 11-9, including a 6-3 conference mark... Had a 3-1 doubles record with partner Rodrigo Avila at No. 1 doubles... Primarily played with Patrick Jones at No. 2 doubles... The duo went 7-7 overall and 5-3 in conference play... Won his first four singles matches of the season... Earned Academic All-Conference honors.