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David Perez
David  Perez


Palmetto Bay, FL

High School:
Carol Morgan School

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 170


Top-Ranked Middlebury Defeats Johns Hopkins in NCAA Sweet 16

Blue Jays Post Second Most Wins in School History


Johns Hopkins Bests MIT, 5-1, in NCAA Second Round

Gu Punches Blue Jays’ Ticket to Sweet 16


Five Blue Jays Earn All-Centennial Conference Honors

Kang and Lurie Grab First Team Honors


Joshi Selected for NCAA Singles Championship

Perez and Thygesen Named First Alternates for Doubles Championship


Lucky 13! Johns Hopkins Defeats Swarthmore for 13th Centennial Championship

Gu Clinches the Win for the Blue Jays

2017: Went 14-4 in singles and 17-5 in doubles • ITA Scholar-Athlete • won Loyola Invitational with freshman Matt Sklar • advanced to round of 16 in championship singles draw at ITA Southeast Regional • also advanced to quarterfinals of championship doubles draw at ITAs • named Centennial Conference Player of the Week (February 27) • won final five (completed) singles matches in the spring • undefeated in final eight matches • won five straight doubles matches from April 24 to May 13.

2016: Named Second Team All-Centennial Conference in singles • finished 16-5 in singles and 16-4 in doubles • second on the team in singles wins • won Loyola Invitational after going 4-0 in singles and 3-1 in doubles • seeded ninth in singles and advanced to quarterfinals of ITA Southeast Regional • seeded ninth in doubles draw and advanced to round of 16 at ITAs • went unbeaten in singles from April 16 to May 14 • had three four-match win streaks in doubles • went 5-1 in doubles in the postseason.

2015: Went unbeaten (5-0) in singles and 4-1 in doubles in rookie season • went a combined 9-0 in conference play (5-0 singles, 4-0 in doubles) • did not lose a set in singles • only loss in doubles came in three sets versus Georgetown.

Personal: David Perez • son of Roberto and Vivian Torres Perez • played seven years with Santo Domingo Tennis Club • also played soccer • majoring in neuroscience with a minor in psychology.

Career Record Singles (CC) Doubles (CC)
2014-15 5-0 (5-0) 4-1 (4-0)
2015-16 16-5 (6-0) 16-4 (5-0)
2016-17 14-4 (4-0) 17-5 (4-1)
Total 35-9 (15-0) 37-10 (13-1)