Courtesy of College Park Athletic Booster Club e-newsletter.
Congratulations to CP on winning the DAL Tournament – first time ever in both Singles and Doubles:
1) 1st Place Singles 1st – Jason Lew
2) 1st Place Doubles – Subham Dikhit and Nick Toman
3) And Congratulations to the Varsity Boys Team for placing 2nd (beating out Miramonte for a close 2nd to Campolindo).
Mathew Jung started playing tennis as a wee lad using large sponge balls and a tennis racquet bigger than his head. He continued for several years eventually transitioning to regular tennis balls in the now defunct Junior Tennis League. He took a break from tennis to pursue other interests but returned to it in high school. His favorite part of tennis was the camaraderie and support of his teammates. On his off time, Mathew enjoys movies, board games, and video games. After high school, he plans on attending a 4-year college within the United States majoring in a STEM related field.
|Josh Lofamia has played on the Varsity Tennis Team ever since a freshmen. His highlights this year consisted of huge wins against tough teams such as Miramonte, Alcalanes, and Campolindo. His favorite Tennis team moment was winning and defending his Doubles Champion title with his teammate James Andrews. Josh is proudest of receiving the NCS Scholar Athlete Award every season he has played at College Park. Outside of sports, Josh is involved in CP’s ASB Leadership and serves as president of the Filipino-American Club. Josh’s favorite classes are Leadership and Sports Medicine, and he has received a department award in both Biology and Leadership. He plans to attend San Diego State University for Kinesiology and hopes to pursue a career in Physical Therapy or Athletic Training.|
|Jae Hoon Im started to play tennis when he was in 6th grade. He always wanted to join high school tennis team to play with various players. He was able to join College Park High School varsity tennis team in his freshman year, and he played in the team for all four years of high school. His most memorable match was a doubles match against De La Salle where he and his partner made a comeback, winning their match 2-6, 7-5, 10-4. Other than playing tennis, he was also in College park music program for all four years, playing guitar in jazz, and playing percussion in band. After graduating high school, he is planning to attend Pacific Union College for Pre-Dentistry.|