|High School:||The Wellington School|
- Three-time Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll (2017, 18, 19)
- Four-time ITA Scholar-Athlete (2016, 17, 18)
- Ambler Scholar-Athlete (2019)
2018-19: Team captain … Ambler Scholar-Athlete … Named to the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll … ITA Scholar-Athlete … Went 12-13 in singles (5-3 CC), playing at No. 5 in the lineup … Posted a 10-14 overall record in doubles (3-4 CC), playing primarily at No. 3 alongside Arnav Patodia where that pairing was 10-13 (3-4 CC) together … Came through with a 10-point tiebreak victory at Chapman (3/13) and recorded each of his other victories in straight-sets … Won his match against No. 38 Stevens (3/27) … Advanced to the championship match of the ITA Regional Championship Flight A doubles draw with Patodia before falling in a tiebreak (9/28-29) … Won tiebreak matches against No. 30 TCNJ (3/20) and Muhlenberg (4/10).
2017-18: Named to the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll … ITA Scholar-Athlete ... Went 2-2 in singles, winning both of his Centennial Conference matches against McDaniel (3/24) and Gettysburg (4/28) … Posted 4-4 record in doubles (3-0 CC), adding a win against Muhlenberg (3/27) to his double win days against the Green Terror and Bullets.
2016-17: Named to the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll ... ITA Scholar-Athlete ... Recorded a 4-5 record in singles (3-1 CC) … Emerged alongside Eli Phelps as the Fords’ No. 3 doubles team late in the year, totaling a 5-7 record in doubles (2-3 CC) … Won a 10 point tiebreak against Centre (3/21) at No. 5 singles to start a season-best four-match winning streak that extended through the Ursinus dual (4/11) … Recorded a win at No. 3 doubles alongside Raja Arul against No. 28 Christopher Newport (2/18) … Won No. 1 singles with Phelps against McDaniel (3/25) with his second conference doubles win coming at No. 2 against Dickinson with Kevin Yan as a partner (4/23).
2015-16: ITA Scholar-Athlete ... Saw most of his action in doubles where he compiled a 4-7 record between No. 2 and No. 3 … Went 2-1 in singles play … Was a perfect 2-0 during the spring singles season with wins over Puerto Rico-Rio Piedras (3/11) and Rutgers-Camden (4/2) … Won three straight doubles matches during the spring with a stretch that included wins over Division I Sacred Heart (3/9) and La Salle (3/24).
High School: Lettered four times in tennis, serving as team captain during his senior season … Team MVP … Finished tied for third at the Central Ohio District Doubles Tournament in 2012 and 2014 … Two-time Midwest Closed Championship qualifier … Graduated Summa Cum Laude … Scholar Athlete Award … Won high school’s Strings, Math, and French Awards … Played first violin in the Wellington Orchestra.
Personal: Son of Ellen Kandoian-Sweeney and Richard Sweeney … Grandfather, Armig Kandoian, played soccer at Harvard University.