|High School:||St. Luke's School|
|Previous College:||Claremont McKenna|
On Court: 4-star recruit on tennisrecruiting.net, reaching as high as #59 in his recruiting class as a junior..as high as # 79 as a senior...ranked top 5 in New England in 14's,16's, and 18's, and was top 3 in 14's and 18's...did not drop a set in 14 matches of high school tennis at #1 singles as a senior at St. Luke's School...won four rounds in both 16's and 18's Kalamazoo (1 main draw, 3 back draw in 16's, 4 back draw in 18s)...reached semifinals of New England Sectionals (level 3) in June following Junior year, and reached finals of doubles...won one Level 5 singles title in New England (made 6 other finals), and five Level 5 doubles titles...this season is one of four freshmen Stags, and the only one not from California...had successful debut at USTA / ITA West Regionals, winning three of four singles matches and reaching the quarterfinals...came from behind to defeat ninth seeded Parker Wilson of Redlands in the second round before taking out sixth seed Alex Nichols of Cal Lutheran in the round of 16...finally lost to teammate Joe Dorn in the quarters, but earned rankings of #16 in the west and #50 nationally for the fall...paired with fellow frosh Glenn Hull at ITA Regionals where they were 2-2 as a team.
Tools: Head YouTek speed, strung with Solinco Tour Bite at 55 lbs.
Personal: Son of Bill and Sharon Macey...grew up in Connecticut, oldest of three (two younger sisters, Morgan and Meredith)...started playing tennis at age 5, and also played competitive basketball through 8th grade...loves watching basketball, football, and hockey; big fan of Knicks, Giants, and Ottawa Senators...also loves spending time with family and friends, and eating really healthy foods (with the occassional In n' Out Burger)...also enjoys wake boarding and country music.
Favorite Stag: Mac Cahill (tennis, CMC '13)...same hometown
Say What?: Left handed, but plays golf, baseball, hockey, and other swinging-related sports with right hand...also plays soccer with right foot dominant.