Doubles titles: 4, as follows: 1991--(1) Singapore (w/Connell) 1990--(2) Seoul, Washington, (w/Connell) 1988--(1) Livingston (w/Connell) Year-by-Year Highlights: 1991- SF Wimbledon and Roland Garros doubles 1990- Doubles Runner-up at Australian Open, Philadelphia, Indy (w/Connell). 1989- Semifinalist at Wellington, Schenectady; Quarterfinalist at Auckland; Doubles Runner-up at Wellington (w/Baxter); Doubles Semifinalist at Auckland, Memphis, Singapore, Indianapolis, Brisbane, Sydney Indoor; Doubles QF at Australian Open, Philadelphia, Japan Open, Stratton Mt. (all w/Connell). 1988- Quarterfinalist at Guadeloupe Ch., Sydney Indoor, Bergen Ch.; Doubles Runner-up at Wellington (w/Dyke), Brisbane Indoor (w/Connell); Doubles Semifinalist at Queen's, Indianapolis; Doubles QF at Aust. Open (w/Connell). 1987- Semifinalist at Coquitlam Ch., Vancouver Ch.; Quarterfinalist at Adelaide; Doubles Winner at Vancouver Ch. (w/Connell). 1986- Quarterfinalist at Toronto Indoor; Doubles Semifinalist at Chicago (w/ Pearce). 1985- Semifinalist at Japan Open, Winnetka Ch.; Doubles Runner-up at Toronto Indoor (w/Layendecker). 1984- Doubles Runner-up at Livingston (w/Annacone). 1983- Quarterfinalist at Maui, Tokyo Indoor, Taipei. 1982- Quarterfinalist at Japan Open. He won Canadian juniors singles titles in 14s, 16s, 18s and 21s and was the Canadian National Champion from 1981-83. He studied economics at Pepperdine University where he was a four-year letter winner from 1979-1983 and a three-time All-America. Named the Doubles Team of the Year (w/Connell) by Tennis Canada in 1987. Teams with Connell to form one of the best combinations on the tour, having reached the Australian Open quarterfinals in 1988-89. Member of 14 Canadian Davis Cup teams and represented his country at the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games, earning him induction into the Hall of Fame of Canadian Tennis. Compiled a 9-12 match record, earned a career-high $67,030 and ranked No. 102 on the ATP computer in 1988, his highest since 1985 when he finished No. 76.
Personal: Following his playing days which ended in 1993, was Director of Tennis at the Whistler Racquet and Golf Resort in British Columbia...personal coach of Daniel Nestor for two years...assistant coach at the University of Southern California from 1997-2000...currently men's tennis coach at Princeton University since 2000...Wife, Angie and children Matthew and Cori.