Seven Horned Frogs will take part in the national tournament in Tulsa.
SPRING 2014 (FRESHMAN)
Was a constant presence on the singles and doubles courts for TCU in his first spring season ... went 16-10 in singles in the spring for an overall record of 22-13 ... one of five TCU players to record over 20 wins in the season ... longest winning streak was five straight matches from Feb. 9 to Feb. 22 ... defeated one ranked opponent in No. 102 Tony Lupieri of Baylor with a 6-4, 2-6, 7-6(5) victory ... defeated three conference opponents ... along with Lupieri, Daniel defeated Maxime Hinnisdaels of Texas Tech and Nick Papac of Oklahoma ... won five of his last seven matches of the season ... played a No. 3, No. 4 and No. 5 singles positions ... paired with Arnau Dachs and Facundo Lugones in doubles during the spring ... after defeating No. 39 Jeremy Efferding and Jordan Szabo of Texas A&M, Daniel and Dachs entered the ITA doubles poll at No. 73 ... the duo posted a six match winning streak during the campaign.
FALL 2013 (FRESHMAN)
Opened his first fall campaign at TCU with six singles wins and five doubles wins ... put together five straight wins in singles to win the consolation bracket at the Midland Racquet Club Invitational ... defeated Evan Nix of Texas Tech at the USTA/ITA Texas Regional ... took out Logan Collins of Marquette 6-1, 6-3 at the UT Invitational ... made it to the round of 16 at the Regional with partner Hudson Blake in doubles ... advanced to the semifinals of the doubles bracket at the Invitational with Andres Alfonzo.
Ranked No. 1 prospect in Kansas and No. 39 in the United States by TennisRecruiting.net ... did not lose a match his junior or senior seasons ... named the Kansas City Star's All-Metro boys' tennis Player of the Year his last two seasons at Blue Valley North ... won the Kansas Class 6A singles championship as a senior and junior ... finished 23-0 as a junior ... also won the East Kansas League and regional titles as a junior and senior.
Father, Will, played tennis at Princeton ... mother, Debra, played at Trenton State (now College of New Jersey) ... majoring in pre-business.