Jason Evans
Jason Evans
Year: 2003-2006
Hometown: San Diego, CA
High School: Bishop's School
Major: Philosophy in Public Affairs
College: Claremont McKenna

On Court: Jason had an impressive junior tennis career in Southern California, ranking in the top 50 in singles, and top 10 in doubles in his final year of Boys 18s... as a freshman played sparingly at #5-6 singles and #2-3 doubles (with Aaron Fuhriman), going 2-0 in SCIAC play in both...as a sophomore posted a 3-0 singles record, pushing his career singles dual match record as a Stag to a perfect 5-0, without the loss of a set...played the Ojai Valley tournament, losing to Cal Lutheran's Quinn Calderon in the second round...made great contributions at positions #7 - #9, with only one loss in dual matches all season...in doubles, paired with Michael Kayatta and Eric Chow at #2 and #3 to post a 4-1 record...played the Ojai tournament with David Oehm...as a junior spent the Fall in Brisbane, Australia...came back to start the Spring season at #4 singles and #3 doubles with Eric Chow...went 7-10 in singles, ultimately playing at every position except #1...with Chow, finished with the fourth best single season winning percentage (.815) in Stags tennis history, going 22-5 at #3 doubles...as a senior was 4-3 in singles, playing mostly at #5 and #6...in doubles, partnered Chow, Chidester, Sabater, and Hough to post a 9-2 record...completed his Stags Tennis doubles career with a 40-12 record for a .769 winning percentage, good for 7th best all-time...finished with a 57-29 career combined singles and doubles record and .663 winning percentage...played a key role in the Stags three SCIAC Championships in 2003, 2004, and 2006.

Personal: Played Father-Son tournament tennis with dad Rick, winning the SoCal Sectionals as a senior at CMC and reaching the quarters at the USTA National Hardcourts and Grasscourts after graduation...ITA Scholar-Athlete for attaining 3.5 GPA or better his junior and senior years at CMC...won best senior thesis in Philosophy at CMC...nicknamed 'J-Fro' by teammates...became Stags Assistant Coach in 2007, one year after graduation...attended law school at Washington University in St. Louis and helped coach Wash U to an NCAA team title in 2008.