David Omsky
David Omsky
Height: 5-10
Weight: 150
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Aventura, FL
High School: University School

After three seasons in the Emory program, he resides in 15th place on the school's all-time chart with 68 doubles victories.

Junior (2016-17):
Key cog in the doubles lineup which helped Emory to the D-III national crown ... Wound up the year with an overall doubles record of 23-7, with his victory total tying for 22nd place on the school's seasonal ladder ... All of his doubles decisions came with Jonathan Jemison as his partner, with the pair finishing with a 15-6 (13-5 at No. 3, 2-1 at No. 2) mark during the spring portion of the campaign ... Earned All-America acclaim in doubles and was named UAA Co-Player of the Week (Oct. 3) after he and Jemison captured the ITA South Region title, defeating Millsaps College's Alejandro Centurion and Davis Plummer, 6-2, 6-4, in the finals ... Named UAA Co-Player of the Week (Oct. 17) after he and Jemison became just the second-ever Emory tandem to win the D-III portion of the ITA Oracle Cup (formerly the Small College Championships), topping Trinity University's Wilson Lambeth and Matt Tyer, 6-2, 7-5, in the title showdown ... He and Jemison were All-UAA Second Team selections at third doubles ... The Omsky/Jemison duo accounted for the squad's lone doubles point against Carnegie Mellon (Feb. 25) in the semis of the ITA National Indoor Championships, posting an 8-3 verdict over Chaz Downing and Nicholas Calzolano that helped the Eagles to a 5-4 victory ... Got Emory off to a 1-0 match lead in an eventual 5-1 triumph over Chicago (Feb. 26) in the finals of the National Indoors when he and Jemison combined for an 8-3 win over Charlie Pei and Bobby Bethke ... Omsky and Jemison teamed up to win No. 3 doubles encounters vs. a pair of NCAA Division I foes, bettering Troy University's Andy Lau and Amer Bedwan (7-6) and Georgetown University's Ian Whitmer and Michael Chen (7-6) ... Omsky and Jemison grinded to an 8-6 victory over Sewanee's Avery Schober and Aubrey Davis, providing the Eagles a 3-0 match bulge in an eventual 5-0 victory in the third round of the NCAA D-III Championships ... Chalked up a 3-0 slate at No. 3 doubles during the UAA Championships, including a key 9-7 verdict vs. Washington University's Bernardo Neves and Radha Vishnubhotla that boosted Emory to a 3-0 margin in an 8-1 victory ... He and Jemison came through with the team's lone doubles point vs. Williams (May 22) in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championships, notching an 8-2 outcome vs. Sachin Raghavan and Ananth Raghavan, helping Emory to a 5-3 triumph ... Went 4-0 and claimed the B Singles title at the ITA South Region Championships, posting a 6-2, 6-2, win over teammate Max Renke in the finals.

Sophomore (2015-16):
Continued to be a  key contributor to the doubles portion of the lineup ... Totaled an overall doubles record of 20-9 ... He and Andrew Harrington compiled a 17-5 ledger in doubles, 16-5 at the No. 3 position ... The Omsky/Harrington tandem logged a 3-0 showing at No. 3 during the ITA National Indoor Championships ... He and Harrington accounted for Emory's opening point in a 5-1 victory over Kenyon in the quarterfinals of the NCAA D-III Championships when the pair rolled to an 8-4 triumph over Ben Gelfand and Nicholas Paolucci ... Omksy/Harrington put the Eagles up by a 2-0 count when the duo clawed to a 9-8 (7-5) outcome over Trinity's Wilson Lamberth and Eliot Guin in the NCAA Atlanta Regional Final ... He and Harrington came through with an exciting 8-6 triumph at third doubles over Max Macey and Bryan Mehall, helping Emory to a 7-2 decision over No. 2-ranked Claremont-Mudd-Scripps ... The Omsky/Harrington combo accounted for one of Emory's two points with an 8-6 victory over Georgia State's Jannis Koeke and Felipe Jaworski. 

Freshman (2014-15):
Impressive rookie campaign saw him become a significant member of the Eagles' doubles corps ... Closed out the year with a doubles mark of 25-6 with his victory total tying the eighth-highest mark seasonal mark in program history ... Played doubles primarily with Rafe Mosetick with the pair compiling an overall slate of 23-5 (19-4 dual) ... Omsky/Mosetick registered a 14-2 effort at No.  3 doubles and a 5-2 ledger at the No. 2 spot ... The Emory duo brought home wins in a 12-of-13 match stretch (Mar. 7 through Apr. 25) including an 8-6 verdict over Troy University's D-I tandem of Giovani Samaha and Austin Racine ...  Battled to a 9-8 win against the Auburn-Montgomery team of Francisco Mendieta and Luis Vivas ... Omsky/Mosetick picked up the first point of the match at No. 2 doubles with an 8-3 triumph over NC Wesleyan's Fernando Nardelli and Eduardo Ugalde, helping the team to a 5-1 win in the third round of the NCAA D-III Championships ...  Logged a 10-2 record in singles competition ... Went 5-0 en route to capturing the singles title of the 'B' Draw at the ITA South Region Championships, topping classmate March Zheng in the finals, 6-4, 6-1 ... Won his opening three tests at the Grizzly Open, advancing to the semifinals of the 'B' Draw. 

High School
Four-year member of the tennis program at the University School ... Was coached by Dean Goldfine ... Served as team captain as a junior and senior ... Played No. 1 singles as a junior and senior, compiling an overall record of 17-3 ... Tennis Recruiting Network had him ranked as the No. 32 player in Florida and the No. 71st player in the Southeast Region ... Member of the Goldfine Smatt International Tennis Academy.

Son of Alan Omsky and Claudia Kohn ... Born Dec. 12 ... Plans to major in International Business.

"I believe that Emory has the perfect combination of academics and athletics.  The warm climate and the proximity to home were also great positives." 

Career Stats

SINGLES TOTAL 1 2 3 4 5 6 Tour Final Nat'l Rank Final Reg. Rank
2014-15 10-2 --- --- --- --- --- 2-1 8-1 NR NR
2015-16 3-2 --- --- --- --- --- --- 3-2 NR NR

Total 17-4 --- --- --- --- --- 2-1 15-3  
DOUBLES TOTAL 1 2 3   Tour Final Nat'l Rank Final Reg. Rank
2014-15 25-6 --- 5-2 14-2 6-2 NR NR
2015-16 20-9 --- 1-0 17-7 2-2 NR NR


Total 68-22 --- 8-3 44-14 16-5