MWC Scholar-Athlete Award (2009, 2010)
Academic All-MWC Team (2010)
SPRING 2010 (SENIOR)
Went 3-1 in singles in spring dual-match play, including 1-1 in Mountain West Conference action ... earned a pair of victories in TCU's season-opening victories over UT Pan American and UT Arlington ... posted a 6-3, 6-2 win over Air Force's Stephen Katrein at the No. 5 position on Senior Day at Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center.
FALL 2009 (SENIOR)
Did not compete in the fall.
Posted a 2-6 overall singles record and a 1-2 mark in doubles... posted each of his two fall tourney wins in the consolation draw of Flight B at the HEB Baylor Invitational... notched a doubles win with former teammate Alex Panayides in the opening round of the Flight B at the same event before falling in the quarterfinals... went 0-2 in spring singles dual play... lined up at the No. 6 position in both spring appearances... transferred to TCU prior to the season after spending the previous three seasons at Purdue.
PRIOR TO TCU (PURDUE)
Mabatah posted a 7-16 singles record (1-4 in Big Ten) and 8-13 doubles mark (2-4 in Big Ten) in two seasons playing for Purdue... went 2-2 in singles during his final season as a Boilermaker in 2007-08... earned a two-set victory at No. 6 singles to help boost Purdue to a 6-1 dual-match victory over Indiana State... recorded his other victory in fall action against Drake's Konrad Kamizelich, 6-4, 6-4... was the only Boilermaker to play at least one match at all six singles and all three doubles positions in his freshman season of 2005-06... posted a record of 3-2 at the 2006 Big Ten Singles Championships, reaching the final eight of the back draw... won three consecutive matches at No. 6 singles to begin the 2006 spring season, beating competitors from Toledo, Harvard and Western Michigan... recorded his first Big Ten victory over Indiana opponent Neil Kenner at No. 4 singles, winning 2-6, 6-3, 7-6... posted a 3-0 record with teammate Griffin Nienberg at the Tom Fallon Invitational, beating teams from Ball State, Notre Dame and Wisconsin.
Was a four-year letterwinner and all-conference selection at The Kincaid School in Houston... won conference championships as a junior and senior... was an Under-16 semifinalist at the 2002 Copper Bowl Junior Tennis Invitational... was an Under-16 finalist at the 2001 USTA National Open Junior Tennis Championships.
Mabatah is the son of Hyacinth and Augustine Mabatah... has a younger sister, Jacqueline... majoring in business.