Pranav Krishnan
Pranav Krishnan
Year: Jr.
Hometown: East Brunswick, N.J.
High School: East Brunswick
Major: Economics

2018-19 Results, singles & doubles

2017-18 Results, singles & doubles

Career Honors
- Second-team All-Centennial Conference in doubles (2019)
- Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll (2019)
- Two-time ITA Scholar-Athlete (2018, 19)

2018-19: Second-team All-Centennial Conference in doubles … Named to the Centennial Conference Academic Honor Roll … ITA Scholar-Athlete ... Led the team with 17 total wins in doubles (17-9 overall, 6-2 CC), teaming up with George Jiang at No. 2 where that pairing was 15-8 (5-2 CC) together … Went 12-11 overall in singles, including a team-best 7-1 record during Centennial Conference matches … Defeated his opponent from No. 31 Swarthmore by a 7-6 (3), 6-1 singles score (4/24) … Also secured 10-point tiebreak victories against Chapman (3/13) and Franklin & Marshall (4/6), playing a total of seven three-set matches … Won his first five doubles matches during the fall season and advanced to the Round of 32 in ITA Regional Championship Draw in doubles (9/28-29) … Came away with an 8-6 victory at No. 2 doubles against Johns Hopkins to close the regular season with a 9-1 doubles record over the final 10 matches.

2017-18: ITA Scholar-Athlete ... Went 5-7 in singles (3-2 CC), playing primarily at No. 6 in the lineup … Was 2-4 in doubles (2-3 CC), playing exclusively with Ishaan Prinz … Recorded four of his five singles victories in straight sets, including his highest ranked win at No. 4 against Schreiner (3/13) … Victorious in both singles and doubles against Washington College (4/4) and Ursinus (4/10).

High School: Ranked in the top 15-35 of the USTA Eastern Section from 2009-15 … USTA nationally ranked tournament player from 2010-14 … AP Scholar with Distinction … Presidential Award for Educational Excellence recipient … Named to the Gold Honor Roll … Member of the Math Honor Society … Student Peer Leader and Sources of Strength.

Personal: Son of Sangeetha Shankaran and Subramaniam Krishnan.