| David Chermak
2009-10: Took down Jonathan Sessom of Norfolk State, 6-0, 6-3 ... Defeated Ilja Orre of No. 53 William & Mary, 2-6, 7-5, (10-8) ... Beat doubles teams from Norfolk State and UNC Asheville with Will Rollinson ... Partnered with Akash Gujarati to beat doubles teams from ECU and Gardner-Webb ... Teamed with Fernando Banos to beat the No. 3 doubles team of NCCU ... Ended the fall with a 1-7 singles and 2-3 doubles record ... Named to the ACC Honor Roll.
2008-09: Defeated Austin Roebuck of then-No. 43 Georgia Tech in straight sets to help the Pack advance to the ACC tournament quarterfinals ... Beat Andrew Brasseaux of then-No. 28 Wake Forest in straight sets at No. 6 singles ... Clinched the Pack's win over then-No. 29 North Carolina with a 6-3, 6-1, victory over Alex Rafiee at No. 6 singles ... Started the season with two straight wins, including a win over Benji Kendall of No. 38 Penn State ... Went 3-3 in fall singles and 2-2 in doubles.
2007-08: Played most of the season at No. 6 singles, and finished the season with an 8-11 record ... Had wins over seven players from ranked teams, including Barnabas Carrega of No. 27 Miami ... Six of his wins came in straight sets ... Also had a 5-8 record in doubles ... Did not compete in the fall.
PREP: Earned four letters in tennis at Sanderson High School for coach Annelle Fowler ... Achieved a No. 1 ranking in USTA North Carolina Boys 16s and 18s ... Two-time NCHSAA 4-A state finalist and regional champion (2005, 2007) ... Three-time NCHSAA 4-A Conference champion (2005-07) ... Was a 2006 USTA North Carolina singles finalist and doubles champion ... Four-time team MVP at Sanderson ... Four-time NCHSAA Scholar Athlete and academic all-conference selection (2004-07) ... Posted a high school singles record of 88-10 overall, including a 62-6 record during the regular season ... A Tom Suiter WRAL Extra Effort Award winner in 2007 ... A Sanderson Athlete Sportsmanship Award winner in 2007.
PERSONAL: Both of his parents attended NC State ... Majoring in industrial engineering.