David Kong
David Kong
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Hong Kong, China
High School: Shanghai American School
Major: Economics

2017-18 Results, singles & doubles

2016-17 Results, singles & doubles

Career Honors
- First-team All-Centennial Conference in doubles (2018)
- Second-team All-Centennial Conference in singles (2018)
- Second-team All-Centennial Conference in doubles (2017)
- Centennial Conference Player of the Week (3/19/18)
Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area Team (2018)
- Centennial Conference All-Sportsmanship Team (2018)
- Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll (2018)
- Two-time ITA Scholar-Athlete (2017, 18)

2018-19: Spent year studying abroad and did not compete.

2017-18: First-team All-Centennial Conference in doubles … Second-team All-Centennial Conference in singles … Centennial Conference Player of the Week (3/19) … Philadelphia Inqurier Academic All-Area ... Named to the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll … ITA Scholar-Athlete ... Selected to the Centennial Conference All-Sportsmanship Team … Part of the No. 12 doubles team in the ITA Atlantic South Regional rankings alongside Josh Moskovitz ... Was a team-best 16-3 in singles (6-2 CC), moving up to No. 4 in the lineup for the postseason … Played No. 1 doubles with Moskovitz, compiling a 12-6 record (7-1 CC) … Champion of the B2 singles draw at the ITA Atlantic South Region Championships (9/30 – 10/1) … Won his first 11 singles matches of the season before falling in three sets to No. 20 Case Western Reserve … Straight-set winner 12 times in singles … Won five straight doubles matches, spanning the Washington College (4/4) through Dickinson (4/14) matches, including a win over No. 23 Johns Hopkins’ top pairing (4/14).

2016-17: Second-team All-Centennial Conference in doubles … ITA Scholar-Athlete ... Went 8-9 in doubles (5-1 CC), playing primarily No. 2 with Raja Arul … Also posted a 3-1 record in singles … Had two separate three-match winning streaks in doubles, totaling six wins in the final seven matches he played during the regular season … Closed the regular season with three straight-set wins in a row during singles with his highest ranked win coming at No. 3 against McDaniel (3/25).

High School: Team captain ... Led team to two Asia Pacific Athletic Conference (APAC) team championships (2015, 16) and one runner-up finish (2014) … Finished as APAC singles runner-up in 2014, placing third in 2016 and fourth in 2015 … Two-time Coaches Award recipient (2015, 16) … Team’s Most Improved Player in 2014 … Graduated Magna Cum Laude … Founder of Pinwheel Foundation, a community service club … President of Investment Club … High school Speech and Debate team captain … Member of Model UN … AP Scholar with distinction ... AP Capstone Diploma recipient ... Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) Junior Development Level I and III coach … PTR Adult Development Level I coach.

Personal: Son of Carrie Liu and Jerry Kong ... Has an older sister, Nina.