CJ Krimbill
CJ Krimbill
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Scottsdale, Ariz.
High School: Desert Mountain
Major: Chemical Engineering

2013-14: Topped a stellar freshman campaign with the best season for any player in program history…won NCAA Doubles Championship along with senior partner Eric Klawitter – first national title in program history…ITA All-American in both singles and doubles…Capital One Academic All-America® At-Large Second Team…finished as No. 6 ranked singles player in the nation and No. 1 singles player in the ITA Central Region…second-team All-UAA at first singles…went a team-best 26-8 in singles competing strictly at the No. 1 position…26 singles wins set a program single-season record…finished 31-5 with three different doubles partners…tied own CWRU single-season record for doubles wins…posted a 24-5 record with Klawitter as the nation’s top doubles tandem…three-time UAA Player of the Week on September 16, February 24 and April 7…UAA All-Academic.

2012-13: As a freshman, turned in one of the best individual seasons in program history...honored as the first ITA All-American in program history...also became school’s first ITA Central Region Rookie of the Year and the second Spartan in as many years to be tabbed UAA Rookie of the Year...first-team All-UAA at No. 2 doubles and second-team All-UAA at No. 1 singles...finished the year in a tie as the No. 20 ranked singles player in the nation, No. 9 singles player in the ITA Central Region, and as a part of the No. 9 doubles tandem in the ITA Central Region...tied for the best singles record on the team (25-10), including marks of 9-6 at No. 1 and 6-1 at No. 2...went a combined 31-8 with five different doubles partners…31 doubles wins set school single-season record...teamed with senior Kyle Gerber for a doubles record of 16-3, including a 13-3 mark at No. 2...named UAA Player of the Week on February 25.

Personal: Earned four varsity tennis letters and played one season of soccer at Desert Mountain High School…two-time top-four finisher at the Arizona Division I Singles Championship...named Desert Mountain's Senior Male Student-Athlete of the Year...member of the National Honor Society...son of Jim and Lori Krimbill.