Fall 2008: Enters senior dual season ranked No. 16 in doubles with partner sophomore Pedro Zerbini... won the doubles title at the Wilson/ITA Northern Cal Championships with Zerbini, defeating Washington's Patrik Fischer and Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan in the final... earned an automatic berth to the ITA National Indoor Championships with Zerbini, claiming two wins (8-6 over No. 31 Inglot/Shabaz of Virginia; 8-6 over No. 26 Childs/Childs of Louisville)... won the Fresno State Bulldog Classic doubles championship with Zerbini... completed the fall season with an 11-3 doubles record, including a 10-match win streak from Oct. 3 through Nov. 6... picked up three singles wins and advanced to the singles round of 32 at the Wilson/ITA Northern Cal Championships.
2007-08: Posted a team-high 21-11 doubles record paired with Pedro Zerbini, including a 10-2 mark in tournament play... claimed the 2007 Chandler Cup doubles title... advanced to the Wilson/ITA Northwest Regional Championship doubles semifinal with Zerbini... advanced to the doubles quarterfinal of the Fresno State Bulldog Classic... completed fall tournament play with a 4-6 singles record and advanced to the Flight C singles final at the Chandler Cup and the round of 16 at the Fresno State Bulldog Classic... selected to the Pac-10 All-Academic second team.
2006-07: Compiled a 6-2 dual-match singles record, going 9-9 in doubles play... claimed four doubles victories with partner John Pettit at the Boise State Bronco Classic... advanced to second round at Wilson/ITA Northwest Regional Championship doubles tournament... advanced to the singles second round at the Wilson/ITA Northwest Regional Championship tournament.
2005-06: Competed as a freshman at Colorado, compiling a 10-5 singles record and a 7-12 doubles record.
Personal/Previous: Bornin Tarzana, Calif.... parents are Jerry and Caroline Chizever... majoring in interdisciplinary studies... brother Peter also attended Cal... played quarterback on the Viewpoint HS (Calabasas, Calif.) football team, earning All-CIF honors in 2003 and 2004, setting school records for most touchdowns, yards and completion percentage.