2008-09: Sat out the first eight dual matches of the season, while recovering from a shoulder injury ... Was named the team's Most Inspirational Player ... Made his doubles debut against Illinois State (March 21), and played his first singles match of the season at Southern Illinois (March 28) ... Tallied a 3-4 singles record, along with a 3-7 doubles mark ... Played the No. 4 and No. 5 singles positions, capturing MAC victories over Chicago State (April 2) and Buffalo (April 12) ... Played doubles alongside Matt Hansen (No. 3) and Pawel Poziomski (No. 1) ... All three doubles wins came in dual matches played on the road.
2007-08: Named to the Academic All-Mid-American Conference Team...finished season with an overall singles mark of 18-11, including a record of 11-7 in dual meet action ... paired up with Alex Friesen and finished with a team-best 22 victories in doubles action ... he and Friesen went 17-2 in dual matches, including a 13-match winning streak, the longest streak by a Huskie duo since 1981 ... the tandem also qualified for a Sweet 16 appearance at the ITA Midwest Region IV Men's Tennis Tournament.
2006-07: Finished the season with a 17-13 singles record and 15-9 mark in doubles competition ... led the team with combined singles and doubles victory total of 32 ... defeated Yules Hadisbroto of Buffalo, 6-2, 6-4, at the MAC Championships ... won Marquette Fall Invitational Flight "B" Title...advanced to semifinals of Drake Fall Invitational.
2005-06: Had a combined singles record of 5-9, and a doubles mark of 1-2 as a freshman ... won his first MAC Tournament match against Buffalo.
Prep: Participated in the Circuito Cosat during juniors ... won numerous doubles title in the 16-under and 18-under divisions ... finished ranked seventh in the Primera Categoria Peru.
Personal: Son of Rupert Chu and Irene Wan ... born May 9, 1986 ... majoring in finance.