Williams College senior tennis player Bryan Chow (Browns Valley, CA) has been named to the Capital One Academic All-District I NCAA Division III Men's At-Large Team.
With his District I recognition Chow will now be placed on the ballot for Academic All-America At-Large honors.
A four-year starter for the Ephs Chow has played top three doubles and top six singles each year. He is a three-time Academic All-NESCAC honoree and has won the last two prestigious NCAA Elite 89 awards presented to the player at the National Quarterfinals with the highest cumulative grade point average.
Chow has been nominated for a third consecutive Elite 89 Award as Williams at 20-3 and champions of NESCAC has advanced to the National Quarterfinals for the third year in a row. On Monday the Ephs will face Trinity of Texas on Monday in Kalamazoo, MI.
Chow plays at #5 singles and with freshman Brian Astrachan at number three doubles. This year Chow has compiled a record of 17-1 in singles play and has fashioned a 21-4 ledger in doubles.
In his career Chow sports a 72-18 mark in singles play and he is 63-31 in doubles. In 2011 Chow teamed with classmate Trey Meyer to win the ITA National Small College Division III doubles crown and earned All-America honors.
"Bryan never accepts anything less than his best on the court and in the lab," said Eph head coach Dan Greenberg. "He's a perfectionist and he has been awesome in all of his endeavors here."
Chow is majoring in biology and classics and he has been named to the Dean's List (minimum GPA of 3.5) every semester.