2007 - Posted a 1-5 overall record in spring dual-match singles action, splitting time between the third and fifth spot ... Finished 0-4 in doubles play, all with partner Kevin Walsh ... Earned his only victory of the 2007 season against Rutgers (3/25), winning in two sets, 6-2, 6-1.
2006 - Elected tri-captain of the 2005-06 squad ... Posted a 6-11 overall record in spring dual-match singles action, playing a good portion of the season at the top singles spot ... Notched an overall 7-9 record in doubles play, a 7-8 mark with partner Ted Tywang ... Won three-straight singles matches, two in league action (Connecticut, Villanova, Mary Washington) ... Held a 2-1 record in singles matches that went to a third set ... Went on a six-match winning streak in doubles action with Tywang extending from March 18-29 ... Posted one of two singles victories with a straight-set win at the first singles position in a 4-3 loss to Richmond ... Pulled double-duty, winning both his singles and doubles matches, twice (Connecticut, Villanova) ... Was one of two Hoyas to win a match with a straight-set (6-1, 6-2) victory at the top singles spot in the 4-2 loss to DePaul at the BIG EAST Conference Championship eighth-place playoff.
2005 - Posted an overall record of 6-6 in dual-match singles play, boasting an impressive 6-2 record at the third singles position ... Went undefeated in doubles play with partner Ted Tywang ... Won a decisive straight-set victory at the third singles position in a 4-3 win over BIG EAST Conference foe St. John's ... Pulled double-duty against Delaware, winning the lone doubles match with partner Tywang and winning his singles match ... Garnered a straight-set singles victory against Connecticut in the BIG EAST Conference Championship fifth-place playoff ... Named the 2005 Georgetown Comeback Player of the Year.
High School - A three-sport athlete in tennis, soccer and wrestling ... A four-year letterwinner in tennis where he played in the top-two positions ... Captained his 2004 high school tennis team ... Regional Champion from 2000-04 ... Placed third at the Florida State High School Tournament in 2003 and 2004 ... Garnered MVP honors in 2003 and 2004 ... Two-year letterwinner in soccer, playing the midfield ... Two-year letterwinner in wrestling ... President of the French Club.
Personal - Born Etienne Ricardo Paris on September 27, 1985 in Miami, Florida ... Son of Ricardo Paris ... Has one sister, Jehane (14) ... Majoring in political economics.