Kona Luu

AS A SENIOR IN 2014-15
Went 9-4 overall in singles play, playing mostly at the No. 6 spot ... Started the season with four straight wins beginning on Feb. 14 against Hawai'i Hilo, with the last win of the streak coming on Feb. 26 against No. 43 Sonoma State ... Beat three Division I opponents in consecutive matches: Villanova, Georgetown and UC Irvine ... Split the season paired with Mark Meyer and Eric Tseng ... Went 3-3 with Meyer in the No. 3 spot ... Finished 8-5 with Tseng, spending time at the No. 2 and No. 3 slot ... Opened the season with back-to-back wins against ranked opponents, No. 45 Point Loma and No. 12 Azusa Pacific, with Meyer ... Teamed up with Tseng to take down No. 11 Azusa Pacific a second time, 8-5.

AS A JUNIOR IN 2013-14
Went 6-9 overall in singles play, spliting time at No. 3, No. 4 and No. 5 spots ... Won four straight matches starting on March 28 against Max Hawkins of University of Chicago, with the last win of the streak coming on April 6 vs. Vincent Pagnetti of No. 50 Sonoma State ... Spent the whole season paried with Max Jiganti at the No. 1 spot, going 13-10 overall ... The duo won seven straight matches starting on March 16 against No. 48 Sonoma State and the last win of the streak came on April 8 against Point Loma.

Started the season ranked No. 17 in the ITA West Division II rankings ... Played primarily at No. 4 and 5 positions in singles lineups, going 4-1 at the No. 4 spot and 7/7 at the No. 5 position … Owned an 11-9 record overall in his singles matches ... Had an impressive win against Hawaii Hilo, shutting out Prycen Haas, 6-0, in both sets (2/18) … Also had a massive win against nationally ranked No.2 West Florida (3/12) … Finished with cumulative doubles record of 16-6 … Played majority of doubles matches at No. 2 doubles with Max Jiganti, earning a 16-5 record for the year … Won seven straight matches with Jiganti at No. 2 doubles, which included victories against four nationally ranked schools, No. 12 Fresno Pacific (3/10), No. 2 West Florida (3/12), No.13 Grand Canyon University (4/1) and No. 41 BYU-Hawaii (4/3) to conclude the winning streak … Finished the season with a win of 8-6 against No. 3 West Florida.

Turned in a 14-5 record overall in his 19 singles matches during freshman year, the most wins among freshmen and the second-most on the team ... Played majority of season at No. 6 singles, in which he ended with a 10-3 record ... Finished with cumulative doubles record of 14-8 ... Played majority of doubles matches at No. 2 doubles with Jason Wall, earning a 12-7 record on the year ... Defeated three of four Division-I opponents, including Kevin Griffin of UC Riverside (2/16) and Mark Miller of Villanova (3/6) at No. 6 singles and Ryan Carr of Connecticut (3/14) at the No. 5 position ... Won eight straight matches with Wall at No. 2 doubles, which began with 8-3 victory over Hawaii Hilo (2/11) and ended with 8-6 win against No. 21 Hawaii Pacific (3/10) ... Partnered with Devon Sousa at No. 1 doubles to wrap up season with 9-8 win over Point Loma Nazarene (4/20) ... Voted Rookie of the Year by his teammates.

A 2011 graduate of University High School in Irvine ... A member of the 2011 CIF doubles champion team ... Earned All-America status in 2009 and 2011 ... All-CIF in 2008, 2010 and 2011 ... Trojans won the Griggs Cup in 2010 and 2011.

Born March 2, 1993 in Honolulu, Hawaii ... Parents are Koki and Tinna Luu, both of whom attended the University of Hawaii ... Has a younger sister named Kayti ... An electrical engineering major at Warren College ... Going to NCAA's was his favorite UC San Diego moment ... Roots for Miami Heat and Real Madrid ... Favorite athlete is Novak Djokovic ... Top movie is The Dark Knight Rises ... Hobbies include basketball ... Could eat chicken and rice the rest of his life ... Greatest influence is his family ... Aspires to be a successful person after graduation.

Height: 5'10"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Honolulu, HI
High School: University HS
College: Warren
Major: Electrical Engineering
Experience: 3 Letters
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