David Oehm
David Oehm
Year: 2004-2007
Hometown: Menlo Park, CA
High School: Menlo School
College: Claremont McKenna

On Court: Before coming to CMS, was a standout on the Menlo School tennis team, which finished #2 nationally among all high schools in 2003...also ranked #15 in NorCal in his last year of juniors...as a freshman completed a very impressive debut season, playing at #3 singles and #3 doubles (with Senior Aaron Fuhriman)...began his collegiate career with five (5) consecutive dual match singles and doubles wins, which earned him SCIAC Player of the Week (Feb 16) and CMS Featured Athlete honors...finished the season with a 12-10 record at #3 singles and a 14-9 record at #3 doubles...one of three Stags to earn Second Team All-SCIAC honors due to his outstanding record in league play...as a sophomore reached the round of 16 of the ITA West Regionals in the fall...partnered fellow NorCal teammate Eric Chow to reach the second round of the doubles...came back in the spring to play #3 singles and #2 doubles (with Kyle Ellison) where he had a 15-13 singles record and 16-7 doubles record and again earned Second Team All-SCIAC honors...was Stags' co-captain with William Ellison...as a junior lost in the first round of the singles at the ITA West Regionals in the fall, and reached the semifinals of the doubles (with Kyle Ellison)...went 8-6 in singles playing every position except for #4...had match-clinching singles win at #6 singles in NCAAs against UC Santa Cruz to advance the Stags to the NCAA quarterfinals...went 10-3 in doubles with Kyle Ellison, highlighted by a semifinal showing at the Ojai Valley Div III tournament...as a senior earned ITA All-American honors in doubles by winning ITA West Regionals and ITA National Championship with William Ellison...went 6-4 in singles, highlighted by a match clinching win at #6 singles against host Gustavus Adolphus in the quarterfinals of the ITA National Indoors...had a 22-9 record in doubles, playing with Ellison, Lim, Feldhausen, Narasimhan, and Chow...finished career with a 41-33 singles record (.554) and a 62-28 doubles record (.689) for the Stags.

Personal: CMC Intramural Bowling champ with high score of 233 in 2006...an avid music fan, who attended 30+ live shows per year and had a staggering country and college rock cd collection...father Ron is also a CMC Alum.