Christopher Price
Christopher Price

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Houston, Texas

High School:
Stratford

Last College:
Duke

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 185

Experience:
3L


CAREER STATISTICS

SINGLES

Season

Overall Tourn. Dual #1
#2
#3
#4
#5 #6
2007-08 4-4 4-3 0-1 -- -- -- -- -- 0-1
2008-09 12-11 2-2 10-9 -- -- -- 0-2 10-3 0-4
2009-10 16-11 4-3 12-8 -- -- 0-1 5-1 2-2 5-4
2010-11 16-16 2-5 14-11 -- -- 5-5 5-2 4-4 --
Career 48-42 12-13 36-29 -- --
5-6
10-5 16-9 5-9

DOUBLES

Season

Overall Tourn. Dual #1
#2
#3
2007-08 17-16 5-3 12-13 12-13 -- --
2008-09 12-12 4-3 8-9 0-1 1-0 7-8
2009-10 15-11 0-2 15-9 13-9 2-0 --
2010-11 25-10 6-4 19-6 19-6 -- --
Career 69-49 15-12 54-37 44-29 3-0 7-8

• All-Mountain West Conference Doubles Team (2010, 2011)
• All-Mountain West Conference Singles Team (2011)
• Academic All-MWC Team (2009, 2010)

SENIOR 2011 (SENIOR)
Earned his second straight All-Mountain West Conference honor in doubles and first career nod in singles ... claimed TCU's Most Improved Player Award ... climbed as high in the ITA national doubles rankings as No. 27 with partner Emanuel Brighiu after going 19-6 during the dual season ... tied Zach Nichols for the second-most singles wins of the spring, collecting a 14-11 ledger ... was the only Frog to register an unbeaten 6-0 singles record in the Mountain West Conference schedule ... started the season in the No. 5 singles position before working his way up to No. 3 at the end of the year ... posted a season-high six match winning streak in singles from March 26-April 8 ... earned victories in seven of his final eight regular season singles matchups ... never lost back-to-back matches in doubles all season ... the duo enjoyed a trio of four-match winning streaks during the course of the year, including the last four matches of the season.

FALL 2010 (SENIOR)
Went 2-5 in singles and 6-4 in doubles action ... both singles victories came at the ITA Texas Regional Championships over players from Texas and UTSA ... reached the doubles quarterfinals at the regional tournament with Emanuel Brighiu ... the duo was ranked No. 23 during the fall season.

SPRING 2010 (JUNIOR)
Put together another solid season in both singles and doubles for TCU ... made his first appearance at the NCAA Individual Championships by earning an automatic bid in doubles alongside partner Emanuel Brighiu ... named to the All-Mountain West Conference Doubles Team ... climbed as high in the ITA national doubles rankings as No. 37 with Brighiu late in the season ... the duo finished the spring rated No. 42 ... tied Zach Nichols for the team lead in doubles victories with a 15-10 record ... ranked tied for second on the squad in singles wins with Slah Mbarek while posting a 12-8 record ... spent the early portion of the schedule at No. 6 singles before finishing up the season splitting time between the Nos. 4 and 5 spots ... clinched TCU's MWC tournament title with the decisive victory at No. 4 singles over Luis Rattenhuber, 7-6, 6-2, in a 4-3 win over San Diego State ... also clinched the team's early-season 5-2 win over UT Arlington ... paired up with Brighiu for four victories over ranked opponents ... the duo posted TCU's most impressive doubles victory of the year over Texas A&M's No. 3-rated pairing of Jeff Dadamo and Austin Krajicek, 9-7 ... other ranked opponents defeated included: Baylor's Maros Horny/Jordan Rux (No. 33; 8-4), Rice's Michael Nuesslein/Christian Saravia (No. 45; 8-4) and San Diego State's Achim Vladimirshii/Giovanni Vaglietti (No. 87; 8-4) ... faced USC's No. 2-ranked tandem of Robert Farah/Steve Johnson in the Round of 32 at the NCAA Doubles Championships, falling 6-4, 6-2.

FALL 2009 (JUNIOR)
Recorded marks of 4-3 in singles and 3-3 in doubles in fall tournament competition... won three consolation matches at the Wilson/ITA Texas Regional Championships in College Station, Texas... made it to the Round of 16 in doubles with teammate Zach Nichols... advanced to the second round of singles of the HEB Baylor Invitational with a win over Texas A&M's John Lewis... reached the Round of 32 at the ITA D'Novo All-American Championship playing with teammate Emanuel Brighiu... also posted a victory in first-round doubles with Slah Mbarek at the Baylor Invitational.

SPRING 2009 (SOPHOMORE)
Went 10-9 in singles and 8-9 in doubles in spring dual match action during his first semester on campus... pushed his play to another level in the Mountain West Conference season, when he went 5-1 in singles while primarily playing at the No. 5 position... finished with a 10-3 mark at No. 5 singles... Price's conference record tied him with former teammate Kriegler Brink for the team lead... finished with an 8-2 singles record over his last 10 matches... was named Mountain West Conference Player of the Week after going 3-0 against MWC opponents Phil Anderson of New Mexico (6-4, 7-5), Andre Feliz of San Diego State (6-4, 6-4) and Alex Beaussart of Air Force (6-0-6-2)... the win over Beaussart clinched TCU's second-straight MWC regular-season championship... also notched team-winning singles victories over Columbia and San Diego State (MWC tournament)... settled into the Frogs' No. 3 doubles position with teammate Zach Nichols by the time conference action rolled around... transferred to TCU in time for the spring semester from Duke.

PRIOR TO TCU (DUKE)
Played at the No. 1 doubles position as a freshman for Duke in 2007-08, finishing the season with a 17-16 overall record in doubles, including a 6-5 record in ACC matches... earned a final ITA doubles ranking of No. 36 with teammate David Goulet and an ITA Mideast Region of No. 8... ranked as high as No. 31 in doubles... tallied four victories over ranked opponents in doubles, including a 9-7 win over Virginia's Somdev Devvarman and Treat Huey, who were ranked No. 1... went 2-2 in singles and 4-3 in tournament action in the fall of 2008... reached the Round of 32 in singles at the Southern Intercollegiates in Athens, Ga., and the quarterfinals of the UNC Fall Invitational in Chapel Hill, N.C... posted three wins with doubles partner Torsten Wietoska to reach the quarters of the ITA Midwest Regional Championships before being eliminated.

HIGH SCHOOL
Was a 5-star recruit from Houston, Texas... ranked as high as No. 26 on the college recruiting lists and No. 22 in the TennisRPI rankings... finished third at the Texas state championships in 2003... won the regional and district championships in 2003... tallied a 27-17 record in national competition... claimed the championship at the B18 El Paso National Open and the ITF San Antonio doubles title... reached the doubles quarterfinals at the USTA B18 National Championships in Kalamazoo, Mich. ... advanced to the finals of the 2007 USTA B18 National Opens in El Paso, Texas and the USTA National Opens in St. Louis, Mo... took home a third place finish at the USTA National Opens in Honolulu, Hawaii.

PERSONAL
Price is the son of Jim and Gloria Price... father, Jim, played college tennis at the University of Louisiana-Lafayette and the University of Houston... valedictorian of the University of Miami Online High School... earned Principal's Award at Stratford High School... majoring in business.


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