1999-2000 (Senior): Team captain ... Ranked fourth in singles (career best) and first in doubles (w/Alex Kim) in the ITA Fall Rankings ... Singles finalist at the ITA Regionals in Seattle, losing to doubles partner and teammate Kim in the finals ... En route to the regional finals, the second-seeded Abrams lost just 16 games in his five victories ... Won ITA National Doubles Team of the Month honors in October, after teaming with Kim to win the ITA All-American Championships in Austin, Texas ... The third-seeded duo lost just one set en route to the All-American crown ... Also won the All-American consolation singles title, winning five matches, including four in a 48-hour span ... Ranked 25th in singles and fifth in doubles (w/Kim) in the ITA Preseason Rankings ... Won the Huntington Beach Open.
1998-99 (Junior): Finished the season ranked 41st in the ITA Singles Rankings, and 14th in doubles with Alex Kim ... Fell in the first round of the NCAA Singles and Doubles Championships ... First Team All-Pac-10 ... Advanced to the semis of the Pac-10 Championships, upsetting top-seeded Robert Kendrick of Washington in the quarterfinals ... In Pac-10 doubles, reached the quarters with Alex Kim ... Also teamed with Kim to win the Pacific Coast Doubles Championship in La Jolla ... Advanced to the consolation singles semifinals at the ITA All-American Tournament ... Reached the singles semifinals of the ITA Regionals as the fourth seed, falling to teammate Ryan Wolters ... With Alex Kim, advanced to the doubles semis at the ITA All-American ... Reached the semifinals in both singles and doubles at College Station Futures ... Quarterfinalist at Waco Futures in doubles ... Played in U.S. Open doubles qualifying.
1997-98 (Sophomore): Freedom Bowl Singles Champion ... Semifinalist at Milwaukee Tennis Classic ... Best dual match record on the team and in Stanford men's tennis history with a perfect 26-0 mark ... Picked up his first ATP points over the summer, competing in Segment IV Satellite Tournaments.
1996-97 (Freshman): Recorded a 22-4 dual match record, primarily at number four singles ... Started in doubles with Grant Elliott, posting a 22-3 dual match record ... Singles Champion at Freedom Bowl ... Collegiate Invitational Singles Champion in Ojai, CA ... Doubles Champion at Collegiate Invitational with Elliott ... Second Team All-Pac-10 ... Advanced to the ITA Doubles semifinals with Grant Elliott ... Advanced to the singles finals of the Wathen/Hancock Classic ... Doubles semifinalist at the Wathen/Hancock Classic with Misha Palecek.
Prior to Stanford: Graduated from Newport Harbor High in 1996 ... Maintained a 3.92 GPA ... Ranked in the 1996 Top 20 World ITF Junior Singles Rankings ... Played in the 1996 Junior French Open, Junior Wimbledon and Junior U.S. Open ... 1995 USTA National Indoor 18 champion ... No. 20 in 1995 Junior Rankings ... Placed third in the 1996 USTA Boys 18 National Doubles ... Won the 1994 LaBafe International Doubles Championships ... 1994 Boys 16 Doubles National Champion ... Earned No. 1 National Boys 14 Ranking in 1992 ... Won two USTA Sportsmanship awards ... Named MVP for soccer and baseball ... Threw a no-hitter in championship game ... Also lettered in basketball and swimming.
Dick Gould Says: "Geoff is an outstanding athlete. He has tremendous power, and a big serve. He's the best serve and volleyer on the team, and puts a lot of pressure on his opponents."
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