ITA All-America, 2004
ITA All-America, 2005
Academic All-ACC, 2003
Academic All-ACC, 2004
Fall, 2005: Ranked second overall in the preseason ITA singles rankings and 46th in doubles with Peter Rodrigues ... recorded a 9-4 record in singles matches ... advanced to his first ever National Championship match at the ITA National Indoor Championships with four wins ... all four of his wins came against ranked opponents, including two against players ranked in the top ten ... defeated three opponents to make it to the quarterfinals of the 2005 Wilson ITA Mideast Regionals ... teamed with Peter Rodrigues in doubles for a 5-2 record ... advanced to the quarterfinals of the Mideast Regionals with three wins ... won two matches in qualifying at the Polo Ralph Lauren All-American Championships.
2004-05: ITA All-America for the second straight year ... earned selection to All-ACC squad ... advanced to the second round of the NCAA Singles Championships ... ranked eighth nationally in singles and 42nd in doubles at the end of the season ... led the team with 25 wins and completed the season with a 25-10 mark ... played as the number one in all of Duke’s dual meets with a 15-7 record and 7-3 mark in the conference ... recorded a 16-8 record in doubles, including a perfect 8-0 with Charles Brezac as his partner ... he teamed with Jason Zimmerman to go 4-4 in doubles in the ACC and 7-7 overall as the number one team for the Blue Devils ... earned ACC Player of the Week honors on Feb. 7 after defeating No. 2 Ryler DeHeart of Illinois in straight sets, his second straight win over a top-10 opponent ... finished the year with 95 career wins, the ninth most in school history ... he also finished third all-time with 40 doubles wins with Jason Zimmermann as his partner ... began the spring ranked second in the region and sixth nationally in singles ... also ranked fourth regionally and 14th nationally in doubles with Zimmermann ... climbed as high as second in the rankings in singles on Feb. 21 ... compiled a 9-2 record in singles in the fall, capturing the ITA Mideast Regional co-Championship ... won five consecutive straight-set matches at the event ... also won twice at both the All-American Championships and National Indoor Championships ... at the National Indoors, knocked off then top-ranked Catalin Gard of Mississippi ... went 1-2 in doubles.
2003-04: All-America and All-ACC selection ... named to the ITA Collegiate All-Star Team ... finished the year ranked 31st nationally in singles and sixth in doubles with partner Jason Zimmermann ... led Duke with 36 singles victories against just nine defeats ... was 19-7 at the number two post in the lineup with a 5-2 ACC ledger ... went 5-1 against nationally-ranked opponents in dual match action ... was 22-11 in doubles with a 21-10 mark alongside Zimmermann ... won singles titles at the Adidas Collegiate Invitational and ITA Region II Indoor Championships ... with Zimmermann, won doubles crowns at both the ITA Region II Indoor Championships and the ITA National Indoor Championships.
2002-03: All-ACC ... went 34-10 in singles and 19-9 in doubles ... finished the year ranked 55th nationally in singles and 39th in doubles with Jason Zimmermann ... led Duke with the 34 singles victories ... was 20-6 in dual match play including a perfect 8-0 in ACC regular season action ... after suffering three straight losses in mid-March, won 13 consecutive matches before dropping a three-set decision to 30th-ranked Paul Ciorascu of Mississippi in the NCAA Tournament ... clinched the ACC Tournament title for Duke with a straight set win over Clemson’s Jarmine Jenkins ... was 5-6 versus nationally-ranked foes ... compiled an 9-2 mark in three-set matches ... in doubles, went 12-2 with Zimmermann, 5-4 with Ryan Heinberg, 2-2 with Stephen Amritraj and 0-1 with Jonathan Stokke ... at the Adidas Collegiate Invitational, won four matches including two over nationally-ranked opponents en route to reaching the championship round where he fell to teammate and 27th-ranked Michael Yani.
Prep: 2002 graduate of Lycee Saint-Paul in Vannes, France ... captured the French Doubles title at Roland Garros in 1999 ... finalist at the French Doubles Indoor Championships in 1998.
Personal: Son of Hubert and Yvette Walter ... born January 4, 1983.