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

2015-16: Earned All-America honors in both singles and doubles play during the season… It marked the fourth singles All-America honor and third doubles All-America certificate of his career… Finished his career as the program’s all-time leader in singles (107-31) and doubles (123-30) wins… Is one of just two players in University Athletic Association (UAA) history with at least 200 combined career wins… Record the best-career doubles winning percentage (.804) and second-best singles career winning percentage (.775) in CWRU history… Qualified for the NCAA Division III Singles Championships as the eighth-seeded player, reaching the round of 16, and teamed with Louis Stuerke to reach the semifinals of the NCAA Doubles Championships, after entering the draw as the top-seeded duo… Finished the year ranked 11th in Division III in singles play and third in doubles… Was also the top-ranked doubles team in the Central Region (with Stuerke) and third in singles in the final ITA Central Region rankings… Received All-UAA first team selection for his play at no. 1 doubles with Stuerke and second team honors for his work at no. 1 singles, after going 3-0 in both singles and doubles play at the UAA Championships… Set the program record for singles (30-6) and doubles (33-6) wins during a single season, despite playing at first singles and doubles throughout the season…Tallied two double-figure singles winning streaks, including a 14-match stretch between March 26th and May 14th… Won 16-consecutive doubles matches between April 2nd and May 27th… Reached the finals of the ITA Central Region Doubles Championships with Stuerke, and made it to the finals of the singles draw at the event… Named the UAA Athlete of the Week for men’s tennis on six occasions… Received numerous academic honors as well during the season, including a spot on the CoSIDA Academic All-America First Team (the second Academic All-America honor of his career) and the prestigious NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship… Selected as an ITA Scholar-Athlete… Named to the UAA Presidents Council Scholar-Athlete team… Received Spring UAA All-Academic honors.

2014-15: As a junior, went 26-7 in singles play and 28-10 in doubles...Named the UAA Most Valuable Player...Became the most winningest singles player in program history...UAA first team in singles...UAA second team in doubles...Named UAA Athlete of the Week three times...Top four finish in doubles at the NCAA Championships...All-American...Singles participant at the NCAA Division III Championships.

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.