Victor Chien
Victor Chien
Year: 2009-2012
Hometown: Diamond Bar, CA
High School: Diamond Bar HS
Major: Economics / Accounting
College: Claremont McKenna

On Court: Played #1 singles for Diamond Bar High School, which won CIF team championship his senior year...named San Gabriel Valley Player of the Year as both a junior and senior...accomplished Southern California junior player who won the SCTA Sportsmanship a freshman...had impressive debut at ITA West Regionals, going 4-1 in singles and winning the 2nd round consolation tournament...finished fall season ranked #36 in the west...partnered Russell Brockett in doubles and defeated #3 seeds in the first round before losing in the round of sixteen...was Stags' most consistent singles performer in the spring, going 17-4 in dual matches and 22-6 overall...his winning percentage of .786 puts him 14th best all-time in a single season among Stags...played only one dual match in doubles, partnering Zyskind at #3...finished with a 3-1 overall doubles a sophomore was upset in 1st round of the ITA West Regionals as the 11th seed in singles, but bounced back to win five straight in the back draw to win the consolation...reached the quarterfinals of the doubles with Zyskind...won his first six singles dual matches in the spring en route to a 16-6 overall singles record...his 38-12 singles record over two years puts him on pace to be in the top five all-time in winning percentage...went 4-1 in doubles, playing four times with Zyskind and once with a junior went 0-2 in singles and doubles (with Wong) at ITA West Regionals, but then bounced back in typical fashion to turn in another impressive spring season...went 5-1 in singles dual matches playing primarily at #5 and #6, finishing with an overall record of 6-4...partnered Ellis, Kotrappa, and Cahill in doubles to go 4-3 in the spring and finish with a 4-5 record a senior again turned in an impressive spring season, playing in five dual matches at the #3, #4, and #5 singles positions, and then breaking into the starting doubles lineup, where he partnered roommate Robbie Erani and the #3 spot...also played with Kotrappa, Johnson, Cahill, and Pereverzin...was 5-0 in singles and 11-4 in doubles on the season, giving him career marks of 49-16 in singles and 22-11 in doubles...his 49-16 career singles record places him 4th best in CMS Tennis history with a winning percentage of .754...remembered as consummate team player who worked hard to bring out the best in his teammates.