Michael Chan is in his senior season with the Lions... has seen very limited playing time due to shoulder and wrist injurys... will look to finish career as a Lion strong now that he is healthy... career record is 15-22 in singles and 9-15 in doubles...
2004-05... was 8-9 overall before an injury to his wrist ended his season... 2003-04... Took flight C consolation title at Bulldog Classic, defeating players from Pacific, SCU, and Nevada... captured flight B doubles championship with wins over opponents from SCU and USF... was forced to sit out remainder of season due to an injured shoulder... 2002-03... Went 1-1 as a freshman at No. 5 singles and 2-4 at No. 6... had a tournament record of 2-5 and a total record of 4-10... posted an overall doubles record of 3-4...
A 2002 graduate of Kealakehe High School in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii... earned the 2002 state doubles championship... ranked No. 2 in Hawaii... was a four-year varsity letter-winner...played the No. 1 position... served as team captain as a senior... finished as the state runner-up in doubles competition in 2001... voted team MVP and earned the Coaches' Award as a junior and senior... played two years of basketball, earning a varsity letter... earned All-BIIF Big Island Interscholastic Federation four times... a member of the National Honor Society who graduated with a 3.8 GPA... coached by Jayme Depontes.
Michael O. Chan was born on Oct. 16, 1984, in Castro Valley, CA... son of Albert and Cynthia Chan... has one sister, Kelly, who played tennis at Long Beach State... a business administration major with an emphasis in marketing... an honor roll student who represents the men's tennis team on the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.
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