Victor Vu
Victor Vu
Height: 6-1
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Los Angeles, Calif.
High School: Brentwood School

Career Achievements

• 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 NEWMAC All-Conference Singles
• 2014, 2015, 2016 NEWMAC All-Conference Doubles

Career Highlights

2015-16: As a senior, went 8-8 in singles and 15-9 in doubles…led the team and matched his career high for doubles wins in a season…was 7-7 in dual-match singles play, including a 6-1 mark at number three…also went 3-1 in league singles matches…was 12-8 in dual-match doubles action, including 10 wins at number one…also went 4-2 in NEWMAC doubles matches…won six of his final seven singles matches from April 9-23…earned the 100th victory of his career with a win at number one doubles against Wheaton in the regular-season finale on April 27...picked up a point at first doubles in the Beavers’ NEWMAC Tournament semifinal victory over Coast Guard on May 7. xc                                                                                         

2014-15: As a junior, went a career-best 14-5 in singles and 14-5 in doubles…went 6-0 against conference foes in singles action and was 6-2 in NEWMAC doubles matches…was 1-0 at number one singles, 4-1 at number two and 7-2 at number three…finished 11-5 at number one doubles…went 9-1 in his final 10 singles matches with all of the victories coming in straight sets…won four consecutive doubles matches to close the regular season…posted an 8-3 triumph at number one doubles in the Beavers’ 5-0 victory over Clark in the NEWMAC semifinals…recorded a 6-4, 6-4 over Dennis Garcia of MIT in the Green and White’s 5-4 loss to the Engineers in the NEWMAC finals. 

2013-14: As a sophomore, went 11-10 in singles play and finished 15-10 in doubles action…went 3-0 at number one singles and 7-8 at number two singles…led team in doubles victories, and posted a 10-9 mark at number one doubles…went 6-1 in conference singles matches and 6-2 in doubles against NEWMAC foes…seven of his 11 singles triumphs came in straight sets…earned his first NCAA Tournament victory by pairing for an 8-4 win at number one doubles in the first round against Colby-Sawyer on May 8.

2012-13: As a first-year, went 11-7 in singles and 13-7 in doubles…led the Green and White in both singles and doubles victories…went 4-0 at number four singles and 6-6 at number two singles…finished 12-6 at number two doubles…was 5-2 conference singles matches and 6-1 in NEWMAC doubles matches…nine of his 11 singles wins came in straight sets…made his collegiate debut on September 21 with a straight-set win over Peter Yanofsky of Bates at number four singles…started his career with five consecutive singles victories…won seven straight doubles matches from April 6 to April 28.  

Career Statistics

SinglesOverallDualTournamentConferenceNo. 1No. 2No. 3No. 4No. 5No. 6
Career Totals44-3040-264-417-35-118-2213-34-0----------


DoublesOverall DualTournamentConferenceNo. 1 No. 2 No. 3 
Career Totals  57-3150-297-218-521-1725-114-1