Briefly... Nick Von Der Ahe begins his fourth season with LMU tennis...
At LMU... 2008-09Went 6-5 in singles play...had back to back wins against UC Riverside...in doubles play went 12-17 overall...played the number 1, 2 and 3 positions for the Lions in doubles...finished the season with a 9-7 win over conference opponent St. Mary's with partner Ivan Lopez...also had four back to back wins with Lopez against Penn, Gonzaga, Hawaii and Yale...2007-2008... posted a 2-10 singles record, 15-16 doubles record and 10-10 dual match doubles record... named All- WCC honorable mention in doubles... garnered WCC All-Academic recognition... 2006-07... was impressive in doubles play, posting an 8-2 record as a freshman... was 6-1 in doubles tournament play with partner Reyniere Roxas... went 2-4 in singles play...
High School... a 2006 honors graduate of Park City High School in Park City, Utah... earned four varsity letters for Coach Warren Pretorius... served as captain his senior season... went 71-0 in his four seasons, never dropping a match in high school play... helped his team to four state titles and was a two-time MVP selection... also named academic all-state... ranked as high as fourth in the USTA Intermountain Region... was teammates with current LMU teammate Nick Perez in high school...
Personal... Nicholas Daniel Von Der Ahe was born January 4, 1988, in Salt Lake City, Utah... son of Laurie and Chris Von Der Ahe... father Chris skied for the University of Utah...is an only child...favorite tennis player is Pete Sampras...favorite sports team is the Dallas Cowboys...is known to his teammates as Nicky V...is Irish...is a Chemistry major.
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