Daniel Khanin
Daniel  Khanin


Baldwin, N.Y.

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Height / Weight:
5-10 / 160


Hoyas Tie for Seventh Place in BIG EAST Championship

In a reversal from the regular season match GU fell to ninth-seeded St. John's 4-1.


Men's Tennis Falls to Marquette in 2013 BIG EAST Championship

Hoyas fall to fourth-seeded Marquette 4-0 in the quarterfinals of the BIG EAST.


Men's Tennis Seeded Fifth at 2013 BIG EAST Championship

Hoyas went undefeated against league foes during the regular season, defeating Villanova, UConn and St. John's.


Caris and Milner Close Regular Season Careers with Victories

The Hoyas defeated George Mason 6-1 at home in men's tennis.


Caris and Tropiano Lead Hoyas to Victory Over UMBC

GU now owns an 11-9 overalll mark and is 9-1 at home.

2014-2015: Went 6-10 in singles play during the 2014-2015 season... highlights from the spring season include wins over opponents from Campbell, Marist, Temple and Villanova... also went 7-3 in doubles play for the Hoyas, including a three-match win streak from January 16-March 8... went 2-1 with both Marco Lam and Jordan Portner... during the fall, his season was highlighted by a 6-3, 7-5 defeat over Alexis Baguelin of UDC... had a two-match win streak in September.

2013-2014: In his sophomore season during the fall schedule, Khanin went 4-6 in singles play with victories over Johns Hopkins' Nick Garcia, 4-6; 6-0; 10-1, ASA's Rafael Alvarex, 6-3; 6-2, which were both at the Georgetown Classic...Also defeated Palmer Campbell of Middlebury College, 6-2; 6-2, at the Margaux Powers Memorial Tournament in Providence, R.I. and Rafael Ribas, 6-1, 6-2, at the ITA Regionals...Khanin went 4-2 in fall doubles play with three victories while being paired with Alex Tropiano and one with Max Novak....Finished the spring season with a singles record of 10-11 and a 5-9 mark in doubles...Had three two-match win streaks over the course of the spring....His spring season included a win against Francisco Dias of No.-54 ranked George Washington...Went 2-1 in doubles with Alex Tropiano as his partner, 2-8 when partnered with Casey Distaso and 1-0 when partnered with Max Novak...Wins with Casey Distaso included an 8-2 victory against Sinan Ipeker and Ulrik Thomsen of No.-54 ranked George Washington on April 11.

2012-2013: In his freshman season, Khanin went 15-17 in singles play, at one point winning three matches in a row from March 21 - March 30...Played in 31 doubles matches over the fall and spring seasons, going 18-13 while playing with Shane Korber, Alex Tropiano, John Brosens, Keven Katz, Casey Distaso and Reese Milner...While being paired with Milner, the duo went 11-5...Khanin won six straight doubles matches from March 15 - April 3...Nominated to the BIG EAST All-Academic Team.

Before GU: Went to Pendleton High School...Attended IMG Academies from 2007-2011...On the Dean's List from 2008-2011...Outstanding Performances (Singles): Advanced to the Round of 16 in the International Grass Courts for Singles in Philadelphia, Pa....Advanced to the semifinals in the Junkano Bowl for Singles in Nassau, Bahamas...Advanced to the semifinals in the Dutch Caribbean Junior Open for Singles in Curacao...Advanced to the finals in the Coca Cola ITF for Singles in St. Lucia...Outstanding Performances (Doubles): Won the 2011 Jalisco Junior Cup for Doubles in Jalisco, Mexico...Advanced to the finals in the 2011 Panama Bowl for Doubles in Panama City, Panama...Advanced to the finals in the 2011 International Hard Courts for Doubles in Philadelphia, Pa....Advanced to the finals in the 2011 Coca Cola for Doubles in St. Lucia...Won the 2011 USTA International Hard Courts for Doubles in Manasquan, N.J....Won the 2011 Atlanta ITF for Doubles in Atlanta, Ga.

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