Junior (2010-11): Appeared in 17 singles matches and one doubles match in his junior season ... played his first match for Dartmouth during the dual match season on Jan. 28 at DePaul ... went 13-4 in singles, including a 6-1 mark in the Ivy League at fourth, fifth and sixth singles ... had a six-match winning streak and won seven of his last eight matches ... competed in one doubles match with Brandon DeBot, winning at third doubles.
Sophomore (2009-10): Began the season by capturing the third singles flight of the Northeast Invitational without dropping a set ... played between the third and sixth spots in the lineup ... won a team-high 18 matches, including 13 during the dual-match season ... went 6-1 at the sixth spot and 5-2 in the fifth position ... won 9-of-10 matches at one point with a season-high six straight during the run ... recorded a 3-4 mark in conference play ... went 12-12 overall in doubles play ... 10-10 with Alex de Chatellus and 2-2 with Andrew Malizia ... recorded a 9-7 mark at the third spot ... won six straight from fall into the indoor season.
Freshman (2009-10): Posted a 5-6 record in dual matches during the winter and spring, playing No. 5 and No. 6 ... during the spring trip, recorded an overall record of 5-1, going 2-0 in singles and 3-1 in doubles, clinching the doubles point three times with partner Justin Tzou ... got off to a terrific start in singles play with six straight wins including capturing his division at the USTA College event at the National Tennis Center ... won his flight at the Dartmouth Shootout ... final fall record was an impressive 7-1.
Before Dartmouth: Chris played #3 for his high school team and then played #1 his sophomore, junior, and senior years. During his senior year Chris was undefeated in the league and did not drop a set during the season. Chris was voted MVP his Junior and Senior year, the first two years Homestead offered the award.
Personal: Chris is the son of Gerard and Joy Ho and has one sister, Alexandra ... Off the tennis court, Chris enjoys traveling, music, snowboarding, food, and soccer.