2005 Honorable Mention All-Pac-10
2004 Pac-10 Co-Freshman of the Year
2004 Honorable Mention All-Pac-10
Fall of 2005: Ranked No. 46 in the nation in the first ITA Poll ... Competed at the All-American Championships and the Northwest Regional Championships ... Posted a 2-3 record in those two tournaments ... Lost two matches at the All-American Championships ... Won his first two matches at the Northwest Regionals, then lost in the round of 16.
Summer of 2005: Did not compete.
As a Sophomore in 2004-05: Finished the year ranked No. 73 in the nation ... Played No. 3 and No. 4 singles for the Cardinal in all 25 dual matches ... Had an impressive 19-6 record in dual matches and 27-10 overall ... Record of 8-5 while playing No. 3 and 11-1 at No. 4 ... Won both his matches in the first and second round of the NCAA Tournament against San Diego and Pepperdine ... Went 4-4 vs. nationally-ranked opponents ... Turned in a solid performance at the Pac-10 Championship en route to a quarterfinal appearance, defeating two ranked opponents in the early rounds ... Topped then-No. 48 ranked Roger Matalonga of Arizona (4/21) in the Round of 32 and then-No. 64 Drew Hoskins of USC (4/21) in the Round of 16 ... Notched a 6-1, 2-6, 6-4 victory over then-No. 48 Kris Kwinta of UCLA (4/9) ... Posted first win over a ranked opponent against Arizona State (4/1), topping then-No. 96 Christopher Biro 6-2, 3-6, 1-0 ... Won eight straight contests in dual match play from February 8-March 2 ... Streak included victories over five Pac-10 opponents ... Captured the consolation bracket title at the Sherwood Cup in January, topping teammate Phil Kao in the final 6-1, 6-0 ... Advanced to the third round of the Wilson/ITA Regional Championship in October ... One of the squad's top doubles performers, notching a 17-17 overall record with five different doubles partners ... Posted a 6-6 mark with sophomore Eric McKean at the No. 3 doubles position ... The tandem advanced to the quarterfinals of the Pac-10 Invitational tournament ... The pair reeled off wins in their first four matches as a team, including a victory over then-No. 48 Alex Cojanu and Jeff Kader of William & Mary (3/2) ... Posted a 6-4 mark when paired with junior Jon Wong, all at the No. 3 doubles spot ... The duo recorded five straight dual match wins to begin the spring season, and recorded a 2-2 mark against Pac-10 opponents ... Has also paired with KC Corkery, Phil Kao, and Phil Sheng.
Summer of 2004: Did not compete.
As a Freshman in 2003-04: Enjoyed a standout freshman season on The Farm, posting a 27-6 overall record and an impressive 23-3 mark in dual match play ... One of the top freshmen in the Pac-10 Conference ... Selected as the 2004 Pac-10 Co-Freshman of the Year with Washington's Alex Slovic ... Honored as the ITA west region Rookie of the Year ... Earned All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention honors ... Ranked No. 123 in the final ITA poll ... Posted an 11-2 mark versus Pac-10 opponents and a 4-2 record against ranked opponents ... First dual match setback was a three-set (2-6, 6-2, 6-2) loss versus then-No. 82 Chris Lam of UCLA ... Of his 27 wins, 24 of them came via straight sets ... Owned ranked wins versus then-No. 74 Pramod Dabir of Illinois, then-No. 47 Ruben Torres of USC, then-No. 78 Kris Kwinta of UCLA, and then No. 83 Jamil Al-Agba of USC ... Collected his first collegiate singles win in the first round of the West Coast ITA Regional Championship, defeating Oregon's Eric Prickard, 6-2, 6-1 ... Advanced to the quarterfinals of the ITA Regional with an impressive, 6-4, 6-2 win over the No. 9 seeded Andre Sion of Saint Mary's in the round of 32 ... In doubles, posted a 18-10 record with four different doubles partners ... Teamed with junior Phil Sheng to win three matches in three days to capture the doubles title of the Pac-10 Invitational draw ... Defeated teammates Eric McKean and Chris Rasmussen, 8-5 in the finals with Sheng ... Teamed up with sophomore James Pade to record an 12-7 overall record and a 10-6 dual match mark ... Advanced to the third round at the Pacific Coast Doubles tournament with Pade ... Teamed up with fellow freshman Chris Rasmussen to register a 3-1 overall record, playing at the No. 3 doubles position.
Prior to Stanford: Ranked 8th in the nation in singles in 2003 ... Advanced to the round of 16 at the Super Nationals at Kalamazoo ... Ranked 15th in the nation in singles and first in his section in '02 ... In 2001, captured the Kalamazoo singles championships ... Was ranked 2nd in the nation in singles and first in his section ... Won the 1999 Indoor National championship in singles and doubles ... Was awarded the Sportsmanship Award at the Clay Court Championships.
Personal: Son of Peter and May Wan ... Graduated from Syosset High School ... A member of the National Honor Society ... His older brother, Brian, is a member of the tennis team at Harvard ... Majoring in Economics.
John Whitlinger & David Hodge Say: "James is a winner. His record speaks for itself. He isn't going to overpower too many people, but his quickness and mental game in matches are second to none. He's had a good fall and I see no reason why he won't have the same kind of year he's had for us the past two seasons.."