|High School:||United World College of South East Asia|
- Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll (2016)
- ITA Scholar-Athlete (2016)
2015-16: Named to the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll … ITA Scholar-Athlete ... Was 10-6 in singles (6-2 CC), playing primarily at No. 5 … Went 8-7 in doubles (4-4 CC) with most of his matches coming at No. 3 … Won back-to-back three-set matches against Gettysburg (3/26) and University of the Sciences (3/28) to begin a five-match winning streak in singles … Won his highest ranked match of the year at No. 2 singles against Muhlenberg in straight sets (4/12).
2014-15: Tied for the team lead with 10 victories in singles … Played the majority of his singles matches at No. 5, recording a 5-3 mark in Centennial Conference play … Won the consolation finals of ITA Regional B2 Singles draw … Recorded a season-best three-match winning streak - all at No. 4 singles - against Gettysburg (3/27), McDaniel (3/28), and Washington College (3/31) … Recorded his highest ranked singles victory at No. 3 against the University of the Sciences (4/6) … Won six doubles matches with partner Dais Nakayama, playing primarily in No. 2 position … Won No. 1 doubles against Gettysburg (3/27).
Prep: First at 2012-13 SEASAC Varsity Boys Tournament … First at 2011-14 ACSIS Varsity Boys Tournament … UWCSEA Most Improved Player (2012-13) … SEASAC Doubles All-Star in 2012-13 … UWCSEA Business and Management Award recipient … Chair of Magic Bus Global Concern UWCSEA and founder of Special Tennis Service UWCSEA.
Personal: Son of Renuka and Martin Prinz.