Parkview School senior Kyle Kang will join Stanford University’s tennis team starting in fall 2023.
“I chose Stanford because it offers a program that is competitive both academically and athletically,” Kyle shared. “It’s a place where I know I will be surrounded by peers, faculty, coaching staff, and a team that will help me become the best version of myself.”
Some of Kyle’s noteworthy tennis achievements include:
- Tennis Recruiting blue chip recruit, ranked as high as No. 1 in the country (2022)
- Quarter Finalist at US Open Junior Championship and won the inaugural US Open Junior Sportsmanship Award (2022)
- Semifinalist at ITF Sunrise Futures (2022)
- Finalist at J1 San Diego ITF (2022)
- Finished 5th in Kalamazoo to earn a spot in US Open Junior Championship (2021)
- Won the first ATP point at Calabasas Open (2021)
- Reached Quarterfinal at Oracle ITA Masters beating the number 1 seed (2020)
- Won Les Petits as Doubles Championship in Tarbes, France (2019)
- A member on the USA U14 team that won the World Junior Team Finals in the Czech Republic (2019)
- Zimmerman/Johnson USTA National Tournament B14 champion (2018)
- Won B12 Easter Bowl singles and B12 Eddie Herr doubles (2017)
Parkview School is the Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District’s K-12 home school program designed for students, like Kyle, who desire an alternative to traditional classroom instruction. Instructional strategies may include independent study, online learning, concurrent classes, and workshops.
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