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Chao-Yu Huang
Chao-Yu  Huang


Nantou City, Taiwan

High School:
Taipei Municipal Lianguo HS



2015-16 (Jr.): Finished 16-10 overall in singles action finishing with the highest win percentage on the team...Went 7-1 in tournament play primarily at No. 3... Started the fall season with four straight wins... Competed with Wen-Po Tseng at the No. 2 spot in doubles and went 15-7 together... Went 4-4 at No. 1 and 11-3 at the No. 2 spot. 2014-15 (So.): Turned in a team-best record of 18-10 overall ... Finished the spring season with a 13-6 record, playing primarily at No. 3 ... Was 12-6 in that slot .... Won eight of his last 11 matches (that included one unfinished match) ... Has been regionally ranked the entire season ... Defeated Tito Moreiras (UTSA) in the C-USA Championship in straight sets ... 16 of his wins were done in straight sets ... Teamed with Wen-Po Tseng in doubles ... Finished the spring with a 15-9 record overall, including 11-8 during the spring ... Played in the No. 1 position ... Was 2-1 against C-USA teams ... Face three doubles teams that were ranked among the top 75 nationally ... Won five of their last seven matches ... The duo have been regionally ranked all season ... 2013-14 (Fr.): Joined the team in January and made an immediate impact ... Owns the team's best record at 16-5 playing primarily at No. 4 or No. 5 singles ... Was 9-5 at No. 5 singles ... Recorded a five-match and six-match win streaks ... He posted a perfect 5-0 mark at No. 4 singles and a 3-0 record against Conference USA opponents ... Also recorded a 1-0 record in the 2013 Conference USA Championship ... Played against five players from ranked schools while posting a victory over Alex Van Cott of No. 63 Tulane (3/29) ... Teamed with Vasco Valverde in doubles in recording an 11-7 record including a 10-6 record at No. 2 doubles ... The duo played against five ranked teams, claiming a 6-5 victory against No. 46 Tam Trinh and Eric Perez of No. 27 LSU ... Prep: Attended Taipei Municipal Tainguo High School where he competed ... A national doubles champion ... National singles and doubles champions in 18U ... Personal: Son of Kuo and Chen Liu ... A business major.

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