|HIGH SCHOOL (PREV. SCHOOL)||Perrysburg|
2015-16: Enhanced the school watermark for singles victories in a season for a third time en route to a 29-4 junior campaign, coupled with a 27-7 mark in doubles action alongside Charlie Emhardt ... secured his second straight Horizon League Player of the Year honor ... owns the career mark for career singles victories (84), the highest career winning percentage in singles play (.800), and is second in doubles wins (82) and career doubles winning percentage (.812) ... went 3-0 in singles at both the Milwaukee Tennis Classic (Sept. 18-19) and the Vredevelt Invite (Sept. 25-26) ... advanced to the main draw in singles of the ITA Midwest Regional at Notre Dame (Oct. 22-26) ... opened the spring with victories in his first six decisions, defeating Toledo's Stjepan Sisko, Wisconsin's Josef Dodridge, and Western Michigan's Maik Steiner, #46 Louisville's Alex Gornet in straight sets along the way ... was victorious in 14 of his final 15 singles matches of the season, all in straight-set fashion ... picked up wins in all six of his league matches ... downed Cleveland State's Joe VanMeter 6-0, 6-2 in the semifinals of the Horizon League Championship on Apr. 30th ... dispatched Green Bay's Howard Scott 6-2, 6-4 at No. 1 singles of the Horizon League Championship title match in Ann Arbor on May 1st ... won all three matches in doubles play at the Milwaukee Tennis Classic (Sept. 18-19) ... teamed up with Charlie Emhardt to bounce Michigan State's 37th-ranked tandem of Mac Roy/Michael Dube at the Vredevelt Invite on Sept. 26th ... advanced to the finals of the main draw at the ITA Midwest Regionals, registering wins over teams from Illinois, Northwestern, and Ohio State (Oct. 22-26) ... scored a 6-4 triumph over #7 Illinois' pair of Alex Jesse and Jared Hiltzik on Jan. 22nd ... enjoyed a seven-match winning streak from Jan. 31st-Mar. 4th, clinching victories over #37 Stephen Payne/Jefta Kecic of Western Michigan, #46 Louisville's Alex Gornet/Jeffrey Brown in the process ... rattled off a 4-0 mark in Horizon League play ... recorded 6-3 victories at No. 1 in both the semifinals and title match of the Horizon League Championships (Apr. 30-May 1) ... led #14 Northwestern's Fedor Baev/Strong Kirchheimer 5-3 at the NCAA Evanston Regionals before play was halted ... invited to compete in the ITA Oracle Masters in October ... earned Spring Academic All-League honors for the second consecutive season ... Horizon League Spring Honor Roll recipient.
2014-15: Amended his school record for singles victories in a season, winning 28 matches while also setting a program watermark for doubles victories in a season with 30, all alongside classmate Charlie Emhardt ... named the 2015 Horizon League Men's Tennis Player of the Year ... teamed up with Jeffrey Schorsch to earn an ITA preseason top 60 ranking (#53), the first in school history ... advanced to the 3rd round of the Purdue Fall Invitational (Sept. 19-21) ... defeated Wichita State's Jocelyn DeVilliers in three sets at the ITA All-American Tournament in Tulsa on Sept. 27th ... went 4-0 in the Valparaiso Fall Invitational, securing wins over opponents from Western Illinois (Oct. 3), Chicago State (Oct. 3), and Cardinal Stritch (Oct. 4) ... handed Northern Illinois' Simon Formont a 6-2, 6-7, 6-3 defeat at the ITA Regionals (Oct. 16) in Ann Arbor ... claimed victories in his first four singles matches of the spring, including straight-set wins over Toledo's Mark Singnil (Jan. 24) and IPFW's Daniel Cardenas (Jan. 30) ... rattled off a 5-0 record on the team's spring break trip to Orlando ... was victorious in 13 of his final 14 decisions in singles play, including a perfect 6-0 mark in Horizon League play ... recorded a 6-4, 6-2 triumph over Cleveland State's Joe VanMeter in the semifinals of the Horizon League Championship (Apr. 25) ... advanced to the ITA All-American Tournament in doubles play where he and Emhardt went toe-to-toe with San Diego's Jordan Angus/Filip Vittek, the fifth-ranked team in the nation, before falling 6-4, 7-6 on Sept. 30th ... advanced to the fifth round of the ITA Regionals in doubles play after securing wins against tandems from Northern Illinois (Oct. 16), Ohio State (Oct. 17), Marquette (Oct. 18), and Notre Dame (Oct. 19) ... assembled a five-match winning streak from Jan. 30th-Feb. 14th, where he and Emhardt toppled #26 Northwestern's duo of Fedor Baev/Strong Kirchheimer (Feb, 8) ... lost once over their final 17 doubles matches, going a perfect 5-0 on the team's spring break trip to Orlando, and constructing a 5-1 doubles record in HL play alongside Schorsch ... registered a 2-0 record in the postseason, defeating Cleveland State's Nolan Marks/Ali Shabib, 6-4, on April 25th before dispatching Green Bay's Michael Tenzer/Florian Kraenzler, 6-3, in the finals of the Horizon League Championship on April 26th ... received Academic All-League recognition ... will enter his junior season needing 15 singles victories to set the school record for career wins and eight doubles triumphs to surpass Nick Vuko, the current leader in doubles victories (63).
2013-14: Broke the school record for singles victories in a season with 27 all the while at No. 1 in his first season with the Brown and Gold...finished the season with 25 wins in doubles play, which is the second-most of any player in Valparaiso history as well...owns the sixth-highest winning percentage in singles play in a season (.730) after his 27-10 rookie campaign...also owns the second-highest single-season doubles winning percentage (.781) following a 25-7 mark...was 21-2 in doubles play in the spring, playing primarily alongside Charlie Emhardt...closed the doubles season on a 16-match winning streak...collected singles wins over #75 Purdue's Ricky Medinilla, #29 Northwestern's Sam Shropshire, and DePaul's Paul John...named First Team All-League in addition to Horizon League Freshman of the Year.
Prep: A four-year letterwinner for head coach Mark Weider's Yellow Jackets ... four-time Northern Lakes League (NLL) 1st Singles Champion ... two-time NLL Team Champion ... First Team All-State his junior season ... four-time District Champ ... three-time Sectional Champion ... Sectional runner-up his senior year ... fourth-place finish at State Tournament his junior year.
Personal: Jeffrey is the son of Jeff and Diane Schorsch ... major is geography.