Career: Has career records of 6-12 (.333) in singles action and 15-25 (.375) as a doubles player ... He is 5-8 in tournaments and 1-4 in dual matches in singles, with all five dual matches coming at the sixth spot in the lineup ... As a doubles player is 3-12 in tournaments and 12-13 in dual matches, all at the No. 3 doubles position.
Fall 2012: Compiled a 2-2 mark in singles and a 1-1 doubles record during the fall season.
2011-12: Played doubles only during the season and went 2-7 overall, including 2-5 in dual matches and 0-2 in tournaments ... All of his dual matches came at the No. 3 spot in the lineup ... Scored wins while paired with Mark Miller in consecutive team victories over Lafayette and TCNJ.
2010-11: Finished the season with a 4-8 record in singles and a 10-14 mark in doubles ... Went in 1-4 as a singles player in dual matches, all at the fifth spot, and picked up his only victory against Georgetown ... Went 3-4 in singles matches during tournaments ... As a doubles player was 9-7 in dual matches and 1-7 in tournaments ... Played exclusively at No. 3 doubles during the season ... Won five consecutive matches with doubles partner John Drosick from March 27 through April 2.
2009-10: Went 2-3 in doubles play and was 0-2 in singles during the season ... Both of his victories as a doubles player came at the No. 3 spot in the lineup in dual matches.
Stony Point High School: Earned four varsity letters ... Played No. 1 singles and No. 1 doubles all four years ... 2008 district champion in doubles ... 2009 district champion and regional third place finisher in mixed doubles ... Was salutatorian of his class ... 2009 AP Scholar with Distinction ... 2008 National Merit Commended Scholar.
Personal: Born 7/26/90 in Dallas, Texas ... One of two sons of Kevin and Martha Grandin ... Has a brother, Ryan, who played college soccer at Washington University ... Enrolled in the Villanova School of Business and is majoring in Finance.
CAREER STATS (SINGLES)
Career Record: 6-12 (.333)
CAREER STATS (DOUBLES)
Career Record: 15-25 (.375)