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2013-14 (Freshman): Competed at the four, five and six spot in singles play, finishing with an overall season record of 8-7…earned first career win again No. 30 Tulsa’s Dylan McCloskey (6-3, 6-4) at the six spot early in the season on February 1, and finishing 6-5 at the six spot…gained his 1-0 record at the four spot in the Huskies’ match against Seattle University, where he defeated Ian Clare (6-1, 6-2), as well as gaining his single defeat at the five spot against Eastern Washington’s Matt Boyle, with a 6-2, 6-2 win…snagged four Pac-12 wins in singles play, defeating No. 5 UCLA’s Joseph DiGulio (3-6, 5-3), Arizona’s Trevor James (6-2, 6-4), Matt Cowley of No. 58 Utah (6-3, 6-4) and Idaho’s Matt Oddonetto (6-2, 6-4)… competed in doubles play with Wendell Watanabe, Emmett Egger and Jeff Hawke…finished with an overall record of 9-9 while paired with Watanabe, picking up four crucial Pac-12 wins, including shutting out No. 40 Stanford’s Strobel/Ball (6-0) in the early season on January 25, Idaho’s Zedde/Oddonetto (8-3), No. 5 UCLA’s Brymer/McDonald (8-2), and Arizona’s James/Thompson (6-3) Chamerski and Watanabe tied for the second most wins for the team in doubles play… paired with Egger, the duo earned a winning record of 3-1, competing at the one and two spot, snagging wins from No. 30 Tulsa, Gonzaga, and No. 46 Virginia Tech…appeared in one match paired with Hawke, the duo fell short in their three spot match… Chamerski contributed 8 wins in single play to the Huskies’ winning overall record of 72-61, and a combined total of 12 wins to the teams' also winning record of 35-33 in doubles play.

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