Career: Ranked third all-time in program history with 136 combined victories…program’s all-time doubles wins leader…three-time UAA All-Academic…two-time NCAA Championship qualifier…two-time UAA Player of the Week.
2013-14: Went 7-6 in singles play and 24-9 with seven different doubles partners as a senior captain…named UAA All-Academic for the third season in a row… also an ITA Scholar-Athlete… teamed with Will Drougas for a doubles record of 13-5 with marks of 7-4 at No. 2 and 2-0 at No. 1…won at No. 6 singles and No. 2 doubles versus No. 17 Chicago on April 11…named UAA Player of the Week on April 14…victorious at No. 6 singles and No. 2 doubles versus No. 5 Carnegie Mellon in NCAA Championship Tournament Second Round on May 11.
2012-13: Despite an injury, posted a singles record of 19-8 and went a combined 25-13 as one of team's top doubles players…named second-team All-UAA at first doubles with Nicolas Howe…also selected to NCAA Doubles Championship along with Howe…finished season as part of ITA’s No. 15 nationally ranked doubles tandem…also ranked third in the ITA Central Region…named UAA All-Academic for second-straight season…teamed with Howe for a record of 10-7, including a 10-6 mark at the No. 1 position and a 6-3 performance versus regionally ranked pairs...competed mostly at No. 5 and No. 6 singles with records of 4-0 and 5-3, respectively.
2011-12: Posted a 16-8 singles record and went a combined 16-9 as one of team’s top doubles players…joined Kyle Gerber as the first doubles tandem in program history to qualify for the NCAA Championship Tournament…teamed with Gerber for a 12-6 record, including a 12-5 mark at No. 1, and finished the season as the No. 4 doubles tandem in the ITA Central Region…also partnered with Gerber to go 1-0 versus nationally ranked opponents and 5-1 versus regionally ranked foes…finished second on the squad in singles victories, competing mostly at No. 6 with a 10-2 mark…tabbed UAA Player of the Week on March 5 after compiling a 2-0 singles record and 2-1 doubles mark in three weekend matches, including earning the team’s lone point versus Division I Cleveland State…named UAA All-Academic.
2010-11: Posted a 13-13 singles record as a freshman…competed mostly at the No. 2 position…compiled an overall doubles record of 16-14…posted a 7-8 record along with Nicolas Howe as the team’s No. 1 doubles tandem…duo also finished the regular season ranked seventh in the ITA Central Region.
Personal: Earned four varsity letters at Atholton High School…named team MVP for four straight seasons…member of the Spanish National Honor Society…son of Jack and Mary Healey.