Fall of 2006: Played five singles matches during the fall, winning three and losing two ... He won his first round match at the ITA Northwest Regional over Brett Womack of Gonzaga, then lost in the round of 64 ... Registered two wins in three matches at the Bronco Classic ...In doubles, he lost his only match at the ITA Northwest Regional while teaming with Kevin Kaiser.
Summer of 2006: Did not compete.
As a Junior in 2005-06: Saw limited action in both singles and doubles ... Went 0-1 in singles play and 3-2 in doubles ... Competed in doubles at the Northwest Regional Championships in the fall with teammate Ken Kao ... Later in the season, he again teamed with Kao at the Pacific Coast Doubles Tournament, this time winning two of three matches and reaching the round of 16 ... The duo beat the tournament's top seed in the round of 32 as they topped USC's Johan Berg and Dejan Cvetokovic in three sets ... They were defeated by the tournament's eventual winner ... Named an ITA Scholar-Athlete.
Summer of 2005: Did not compete.
As a Sophomore in 2004-05: Saw action in three singles matches in his first season as a member of the Stanford men's tennis team ... Made his collegiate debut at the Sherwood Cup in January, and competed in the first round of the Pac-10 Invitational (4/21) ... In doubles, he teamed with three different doubles partners to post a 3-4 record ... Had a successful run at the Pacific Coast Doubles tournament, teaming with junior Jon Wong to post a 2-2 record ... The tandem advanced to the quarterfinals of the consolation bracket, posting a 9-7 win over Toledo's Kalid Al-Nabhani and Tony Tran (3/5), and defeating an independent team before falling in the quarterfinals.
Summer of 2004: Did not compete.
Prior to Stanford: Won Olympic League Doubles Championship and MVP Award in 2003 ... Was a First Team all-league selection all four years of high school ... Cap-tained CIF championship team ... Was an All-CIF selection for doubles in 2002 ... Claimed Olympic League doubles championship in 2002.
Personal: Son of Matt and Debbie Ryan ... Graduate of Brentwood School ... Earned Dean's list honor roll recognition in all four years of high school ... President of Sigma Nu Fraternity at Stanford ... Honors student at Stanford in the Center for International Security and Cooperation (CISAC) ... Father played volleyball at USC ... Enjoys playing basketball and following the Los Angeles Lakers in his free time ... International Relations Major.
John Whitlinger & David Hodge Say: "Dave is a guy you want to have on your team. He may not get a lot of playing time, but he'll do anything and everything to help the team succeed. This team wouldn't be the same without him. I'm looking forward to his leadership this year."