2004 ITA Mideast Region Rookie of the Year
2004-05-- Posted a 24-12 singles record including a 15-8 dual match record ... went 6-1 in the ACC ... 2005 All-ACC selection ... ended the season ranked No. 104 nationally and was ranked as high as No. 63 during the season ... defeated four players ranked in the final top 125 nationally, including All-American Jonathan Chu of Harvard ... reached the semifinals of the UVa Fall Invitational ... reached the final of the Crimson Tide Invitational ... posted a 5-2 doubles record.
2003-04-- Posted a 26-6 singles record, including a 22-2 dual match record ... led the team in singles wins and dual match wins ... named 2004 ACC Tournament MVP after clinching the 4-3 win over Clemson in the ACC Championship match ... perfect 8-0 ACC record ... ended season on a 13-match singles win streak ... had an 18-11 doubles record, playing with Stephen Rozek ... duo had a 15-9 dual match record, including a 4-4 ACC mark ... reached the quarterfinals of the UVa Invitational.
Prep & Personal: One of the top junior players in Europe ... ranked as high as No. 21 in the ITF ... competed in junior events in Europe, Asia, and North America ... played for Slovakia at the World Championships, twice at the U18 level, once at the U16 level ... also represented Slovakia at the Sunshine Cup, NEC World Youth Cup, and the European Junior Team Championships ...won 2000 Garrone International Tournament in Hungary ... won 2001 Szeged Cup in Hungary ... reached the semifinals and quarterfinals of numerous other ITF junior championships ... interested in computer science ... born September 13, 1984 ... son of Edith and Martin Miklo ... has a younger sister, Edith (16).
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A 1985 graduate of UVA, White worked at the Richmond Times-Dispatch until July 2009. He was honored six times as the state's Sportswriter of the Year.
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