Career: Following a successful career at Villanova, finished second on the team in singles and doubles victories ... Owned marks of 56-60 (.483) in singles and 56-35 (.615) in doubles ... His record in singles action includes a stellar 24-10 tournament record and a 32-50 mark in dual matches ... Has played everywhere except the No. 1 singles position in the lineup ... Owns records of 17-26 at No. 3 singles, 9-12 at the fourth spot and 6-3 in the No. 5 position ... Has gone 20-13 in tournaments and 36-22 in dual matches as a doubles player ... Has double- digit wins at both the No. 2 (11-6) and No. 3 (24-16) doubles spots in the lineup.
Spring 2014: Played exclusively in singles during dual matches ... Posted a 2-13 record during final campaign at Villanova.
Fall 2013: Compiled a 5-4 singles record and a 4-3 doubles mark in final tournament season ... Joined Max Levine and placed third at the Villanova Invitational ... Along with Mike Rosengren, the duo finished runner-up of the Doubles Flight II Championship at the Saint Joseph's Invitational.
Spring 2013: Added to his win impressive career win total with significant performances in doubles and singles action ... Paired with freshman Chris Seitz at the No. 3 spot to finish 18-7 in doubles play during the spring ... Owned a 9-12 record in singles dual action play alternating between the No. 2, 3 and 4 slots ... Closed the regular season winning a remarkable six out of seven matches in singles dual action.
Fall 2012: Tied for the team lead in singles victories during the fall and was 8-3 overall in singles action ... Reached the Flight B semifinals at the Quinnipiac Invitational and won his 40th career singles match during the tournament ... Teamed with freshman Chris Seitz to go 7-4 in doubles matches, which was the second best record on the team ... The pair were runners-up at the season-opening Villanova Invitational.
2011-12: Went 15-14 in singles play and 12-12 in doubles play for the year ... As a singles player was 7-3 in tournaments and 8-11 in dual matches ... Won three of his four matches in the Flight 1 singles bracket at the Saint Joseph's Invitational ... Played mostly at the No. 3 spot in dual matches and was 6-10 in that position ... In doubles went 6-2 in tournaments and 6-10 in dual matches, including 6-9 at No. 3 doubles ... He and teammate Michael Rosengren were the Flight B doubles champions at the Quinnipiac Invitational to close out the fall season.
2010-11: Made an immediate impact on the team and finished the year with a 17-13 singles record and a 15-9 doubles mark ... In singles play went 4-1 in tournaments and 13-12 in dual matches ... Won three consecutive matches and was the Blue Draw singles champion at the Northeast Collegiate Invitational, his first event as a collegaite player ... Saw significant action at both the No. 4 and No. 5 spots in the lineup, going 7-6 and 5-3 at those two positions, respectively ... Put together a string of 10 consecutive victories from March 3 through April 2 ... In doubles action was 2-3 in tournaments and 13-6 in dual matches ... The majority of his results came at the No. 2 doubles spot (9-5) ... Also was 3-1 at No. 3 doubles and 1-0 at the top spot ... In a span of one month from March 13 through April 13 won 13 consecutive doubles matches to account for all of his dual match wins on the season ... All 13 wins came with teammate David Shaheen.
Corona del Mar High School: Earned four varsity letters ... Played at the No. 1 singles position his junior and senior years ... 2010 CIF Doubles Finalist ... 2010 first team all-county ... Also earned the Coach's Award, Most Improved Player and all-league and all-county honors ... Three-time member of the All-Pacific Coast Team ... Won the 18's SCTA K-Swiss G.P. Masters and Costa Mesa Summer Classic tournaments ... Named a California Scholarship Federation Seal Bearer in 2010.
Personal: Born 7/10/92 in Birmingham, Mich ... One of two children of Thomas ans Valice Peyton ... Has a sister, Megan ... Enrolled in the Villanova school of Business and set to graduate in May of 2014 with an Economics degree.
CAREER STATS (SINGLES)
Career Record: 56-60 (.483)
Career in Tournaments: 24-10 (.706)
Career in Dual Matches: 32-50 (.390)
No. 2 Singles: 0-8 (.000)
No. 3 Singles: 17-26 (.395)
No. 4 Singles: 9-12 (.429)
No. 5 Singles: 6-3 (.667)
No. 6 Singles: 0-1 (.000)
CAREER STATS (DOUBLES)
Career Record: 56-35 (.615)
Career in Tournaments: 20-13 (.606)
Career in Dual Matches: 36-22 (.621)
No. 1 Doubles: 1-0 (1.000)
No. 2 Doubles: 11-6 (.647)
No. 3 Doubles: 24-16 (.600)