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Mikey Lim
Mikey Lim
Height: 5'10
Weight: 160
Year: JR
Hometown: Honolulu, HI
High School: Punahou
Previous College: Claremont McKenna
Major: Economics

On Court: Agressive counter-punching player...played #1 singles for four-time state champion Punahou team...two-time state singles champ, 1st team all ILH, and 2005 Player of the Year...ranked #2 in boys 18's in Hawaii and #110 nationally...as a freshman made his debut for the Stags at the ITA West Regionals and reached the quarterfinals before losing in three sets to teammate Larry Wang...teamed with Mike Starr to reach the QF of the doubles before losing to eventual ITA National champs Ellison and Oehm...was 20-8 overall in singles and 11-4 in doubles with four different partners...earned numerous accolades including 1st Team All-SCIAC, ITA West Region Player To Watch, and ITA Scholar-Athlete (for GPA of 3.5 and higher)...as a sophomore won the ITA West Regional singles title as the fifth seed, earning him ITA All-American honors...advanced to the ITA Small College Nationals in Mobile, AL where he finished fourth...ranked fourth nationally in Div III singles at end of fall season...returned in the spring to play at singles positions 1-3 and finished the season with a 14-10 record...won last two matches at #3 singles against Redlands and Santa Cruz in important 5-4 team wins...partnered Brockett, Wu, Wiener, and Starr to go 11-7 in doubles...this season reached the quarterfinals of the ITA West Regionals as an unseeded player, losing to tournament champ Max Liberty-Point from UCSC...played doubles with Ben Wiener and reached the semifinals as an unseeded team with wins over the #7 and #4 seeded teams...ranked #12 in singles and #9 in doubles in the west at the conclusion of the fall season.

Tools: Babolat Pure Control strung with Solinco Tour Bite 16 gauge at 40 pounds

Personal: 2008 ITA Scholar-Athlete after earning 4.0 GPA in the spring semester at CMC...likes hoops, the beach, and BBQ when not studying...favorite quote: "A risk not taken is an opportunity 100% failed"...would take Lance Armstrong, Dave Cook, and Pete Sampras to dinner if he had the chance...brother Robbie played tennis at Dartmouth for two years, and little sister Kristin will matriculate at Cornell in the fall of 2009.