|High School:||Thomas Jefferson Independent Day School|
|Parents:||David and Debra Humphreys/Frances Givhan|
Earned All-America honors in doubles where he joined up with Chris Goodwin to capture the ITA Regional Championships ... Held down the No. 1 doubles spot with Goodwin and recorded a 31-6 record with the victory total representing the second-highest individual win mark in doubles in school history ... Humphreys and Goodwin won their opening two matches at the ITA National Small College Championships and advanced to the D-III finals at the event ... First Team All-UAA at No. 1 doubles ... The Humphreys/Goodwin tandem accounted for one of the team's points against Amherst in the team finals at the NCAA D-III Championships with the pair recording a 9-7 victory over Luis Rattenhuber and Austin Chafetz ... At the UAA Championships, Humphreys and Goodwin went 3-0 at No. 1 doubles including an 8-6 decision over Washington University's Isaac Stein and Max Woods in the title match ... The pair compiled a 3-0 slate at the National Indoor Championships, defeating opponents from Mary Washington, Carnegie Mellon and Washington University ... Humphreys and Goodwin competed in the doubles portion of the NCAA D-III Championships ... Finished the year with an overall singles record of 10-8.
Second year with the program saw him make his primary contributions in doubles, ending the year with a 7-5 record ... He and Alex Chun put together a 4-3 slate in doubles including a 4-2 mark at the No. 2 spot ... He and Chun notched a pair of wins over Kenyon College's Jeremy Polster and Tomas Piskaacek who ended the season ranked 15th in the Central Region ... At the ITA South Atlantic Region Championships, he and Eric Rothschild advanced to the semifinals of doubles, recording a 3-1 record ... 0-2 mark in singles.
Saw action in doubles and finished with a 3-2 record ... Joined up with Alex Chun to advance to the quarterfinals of the ITA Regionals ... Played a pair of No. 3 doubles matches with Chris Jordan and finished with a 1-1 record, topping the duo from Kalamazoon College before falling short against Rhodes College.
Prior to Emory: Earned four letters as a member of the tennis program at Thomas Jefferson Independent Day School where he played for Diego Camacho ... Played No. 1 singles as a sophomore and senior, compiling a combined dual mark of 22-5 ... During his junior season he alternated between the Nos. 1, 2, and 3 single positions and carved out a 12-3 record ... Helped his squad to a 2007 state championshipm and was a doubles state champion in 2007 and 2008 ... Also played basketball and soccer while in high school ...
Personal: Born November 26, 1989
Quote: "I chose Emory because of its strong academic reputation and competitive tennis program."