|High School:||Merchiston Castle (Scotland)|
Final year saw him post a 16-8 overall doubles record ... He and Adrien Bouchet compiled a 13-5 mark at the No. 2 spot during the dual portion of the schedule ... He and Bouchet won two of their three doubles matches at the ITA Indoor Championships including an 8-4 outcome vs. Chicago's Tyler Raclin and Jeremy Yuan that gave Emory a 2-0 edge in an eventual 5-4 triumph ... Won at No. 2 doubles with Bouchet against the Wash U tandem of Bernard Neves and Radha Vishnubhotla, 8-6, before chalking up a 6-3, 6-4 triumph at four singles vs. Jason Haugen that boosted the Eagles to a 3-1 advantage in the semifinals of the UAA Championships ... Helped Emory to a 9-0 win vs. No. 17 Johns Hopkins with an 8-6 win at second doubles against Vishnu Joshi and Eric Yoo ... Paired up with David Omsky and won two matches en route to a spot in the quarterfinals at the ITA South Region Championships.
First year in the program saw him contribute to the doubles lineup ... Closed out the season with an overall doubles mark of 21-10 ... Chalked up a 17-8 slate with Adrien Bouchet during the spring portion of the schedule (14-8 at No. 2, 3-0 at No. 3) ... In the team's battle for the Division III national crown, he and Bouchet accounted for the match's first point at No. 2 doubles with an 8-6 triumph over Jake Berber and Glen Hull ... Against No. 4 Chicago in the finals of the ITA National Indoors, he and Bouchet pocketed the first point at No. 2 doubles with an 8-5 outcome over Tyler Raclin and Max Hawkins ... Aided in a regular-season 7-2 win over No. 2-ranked Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (Apr. 2), combining with Bouchet to notch an 8-5 verdict over the Stags' duo of Jay Yeam and Nikolai Parodi ... Earned the initial point of the NCAA Tourney second-round match vs. North Carolina Wesleyan (May 13) with an 8-4 triumph over David Chang and Richard Gende at No. 2 doubles ... The Renke/Bouchet duo set the stage for an 8-1 victory over Washington University (Apr. 23) in the finals of the UAA Championships by earning the contest's first point with an 8-4 win at No. 2 doubles against J.J. Kroot and Jeremy Bush.
Prior to Emory
Played at Division I DePaul University during the 2014-15 season ... Competed in 10 matches for the Blue Demons and finished with a 2-4 record in singles and 3-1 in doubles ... Named ITA Scholar Athlete ... Member of DePaul's Dean's List ... Spent four years at Merchiston Castle in Scotland where he played tennis ...Was ranked among the top three payers in Scotland and was ranked among the top 10 in Germany ... Played rugby and was a member of two national championship teams.
Personal: Born on Jan. 7, 1996 ... Son Ilona Renke ... Born on Jan. 7 ... Majors in finance and economics.
"I was looking for a challenging academic program, which will open many doors in the future, while still competing on a high level of excellence in tennis."
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