|Hometown:||Westlake Village, Calif.|
|High School:||Oaks Christian HS|
Fall 2014: Reached the Gael Classic singles semifinals…fell in the singles round of 64 at the USTA/ITA Northwest Regional Championships…made it to the singles quarterfinals of the UCSB Classic…in doubles, teamed with Hasier Pastor to reach the semifinals of the Aggie Invitational at UC Davis and paired with Mads Engsted to advance to the semis of the UCSB classic.
Spring 2014: Wound up with a 7-6 singles record and 5-5 doubles record for the season…paired with Gregory Bayane in an 8-6 double loss to Alejandro Medinillia/Matt Cowley at Utah.
Fall 2013: Compiled a 7-6 singles record and a 5-4 doubles mark…won twice to advance to the singles round of 32 in the USTA/ITA Northwest Regional Championships….won three matches to reach the UCSB Classic singles semifinals…in doubles, partnered with Chase Melton to reach the UCSB Classic final and with Nikhil Jayashankar reached the round of 32 at the regional.
Spring 2013: He posted a 9-13 singles record and 5-9 doubles mark in 2012-13.
Fall 2012: Compiled a 7-5 singles record...lost in the flight B singles final at the UCSB classic...posted a 5-6 doubles record...reached the doubles semifinals of the UC Davis Aggie Invitational with partner Nikhil Jayashankar and the doubles quarterfinals of the UCSB Classic with Gregory Bayane.
Personal/Previous: Born in Westlake Village, Calif....parents are Janet Healy and Dennis Houghton...majoring in business administration...in 2012 achieved ranking of 10 in California and national ranking was as high as 70 by TennisRecruiting.net … playoff doubles champion/ USTA boys 18, National Open, Lakewood…reached round of 16 doubles at USTA Boy’s 18 National Spring Championships and Easter Bowl…in 2011 won boys 18’s doubles at USTA Regional Tournament and singles finalist …played high school tennis two years…went undefeated during sophomore year season…led high school team to league title and CIF semi-finals…named to Tri-Valley All League Team...Tri-Country Academic All League…received Lion Scholar Award.