|High School:||Boca Prep International School|
All-WCC Academic Team Honorable Mention
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2011-12: SINGLES: Amassed a 5-3 record in singles play in limited action … picked up wins in dual matches against Sonoma State (2), UC Davis, UC Santa Cruz and UNLV … biggest win came against then-No. 57 UNLV when he spelled a sick Ilya Osinstev en route to a 7-0 Santa Clara victory. DOUBLES: Partnered with three different teammates as a change-of-pace playing … accrued a 6-2 overall doubles record including wins against: UC Davis, Santa Cruz, then-No. 57 UNLV, UC Irvine, Sonoma State and Idaho.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2010-11: Finished the season 13-2 overall and a record of 3-0 in WCC dual matches … played primarily at No. 6 but also appeared at No. 5 singles … had eight-match win streak from Mar. 5 to Apr. 22 and four-match win streak from Oct. 16 to Nov. 6 … had the least losses among the Broncos in singles … played doubles at No. 3 spot with Kyle Dandan on Jan. 26 against UC Santa Cruz dropping 5-8 and with John Lamble on Mar. 5 against Nevada with an 8-4 victory.
HIGH SCHOOL: 2010 graduate of Boca Prep International School in Boca Raton, Fla. ... ranked in Top 5% of graduating class ... was a member of National Honor Society ... was 2008 Florida High School Athlete Association Tennis Championships Doubles Finalist ... played in many Interantional Tennis Federation (ITF) junior tournaments ... ranked No.252 in ITF Ranking ... ranked No.29 in 2010 National Tennis Recruiting Ranking.
PERSONAL: Born as Japanese in United Kingdom … father is Kamono Kiyohide and mother is Kamono Yuka and they reside in Japan ... had chance to live in U.K., Japan, Netherlands, Malaysia and U.S.A ... enjoys music, computer and being relax … majoring in Engineering.