Washington: Three-year letterwinner ... Team captain ... Ranks 11th on UW’s career singles winning percentage list at .688 (66-30) ... Enters season ranked 85th by ITA.
1999-00 (Junior): Served as captain ... Led the team in dual-match singles wins with 18 ... Competed at the No. 3 and 4 singles spots compiling an overall record of 25-10 ... Moved up to No. 8 on UW’s all-time list for career singles wins with 66 ... Defeated Adam Webster of San Diego State University 6-2, 6-4 in NCAA first round ... Lifted career postseason singles record to 3-1 ... Had three wins over ranked opponents ... Earned ITA Academic All-American honors...Advanced to the quarterfinals of ITA Regional Championships ... Was first team Pac-10 all-academic honoree... Earned team MVP honors and Scholar Award.
1998-99 (Sophomore): Served as captain ... Finished third on the team in dual-match singles wins with 15 ... Compiled a 15-6 record playing in the No. 4, 5 and 6 spots and was 22-9 overall ... Upped his career postseason singles record to 2-1 with a win over Sherif Zaher of Georgia in the NCAA second round ... Earned second-team academic all-Pac-10 honors.
1997-98 (RS Freshman): A solid No. 6 singles player for the Huskies, recording a 12-6 record in that position ... Also went 3-1 in the fifth spot ... Led the team in dual-match wins with 15 ... Third on the team in overall wins with 19 ... Had a seven-match winning streak mid-season (Feb. 27-Mar. 26) ... Defeated UC Santa Barbara’s Mike Ortiz, 6-2, 6-3, in the semifinal round of NCAA Region 8 to help the Huskies reach the finals for the first time ever ... Teamed with freshman Robert Kendrick late in the season to compile a 2-0 record at No. 3 doubles ... Also teamed with Sasha Rampazzo and finished with a 5-3 overall mark ... Served as team captain.
1996-97: Redshirted the season.
Juniors/High School: Four-year MVP at Newport H.S ... Ranked fourth in state singles play his sophomore year ... Moved up to No. 1 singles in the state as a junior and senior ... Won state doubles title as a freshman ... Newport won two state championships during his career ... Was ranked as high as 75th nationally in his age group ... Four-year letterwinner for coach Bob Cleland.
Personal: Parents are Ed and Claudia Berman ... Has an older brother, Joshua.
Berman’s Career Record