|City/State:||San Francisco, Calif.|
|High School:||Drew School|
ACC Academic Honor Roll (2013, 2014, 2015)
ITA All-Academic Scholar-Athlete (2013, 2014, 2015)
Career: Captured one singles title (Winthrop Invitational - 2B Draw, 2013).
2015-16: Experienced the most action of his career, becoming a consistent member of the singles and doubles rotation … finished with an 8-14 mark in singles, including a 2-5 record in ACC play … earned 12 dual match decisions after totaling 11 during first three years of career … played seven ACC singles matches after a combined three during initial three years of career … in doubles, totaled a 12-15 record with a 4-7 mark against league foes … four conference victories were tied for the most on the team, and equaled ACC total from first three years combined … dropped first singles match of the spring, falling 4-6, 6-0, 6-4 to Tennessee’s Srdjan Jakovljevic … rebounded with consecutive straight-set wins against NC A&T and Charlotte, helping Duke to 7-0 wins in both matches … pushed winning streak to three contests with a 6-7 (4), 6-3, 1-0 (7) victory versus Furman’s Alex Steryous … captured first career ACC victory with a 6-4, 7-5 victory on court six versus Georgia Tech’s Michael Kay … made it consecutive league victories with a 6-2, 5-7, 6-2 win against Miami’s Kevin Bondar … in doubles, after an initial 7-6 (4) setback in the No. 2 doubles position with senior Josh Levine against Tennessee, teamed with freshman Jason Lapidus for the rest of the campaign … won first four contests with Lapidus, at No. 27 Vanderbilt and against NC A&T, Charlotte and Coastal Carolina … wins against the Aggies and 49ers clinched the doubles points for the Blue Devils … moved up to the No. 2 spot with Lapidus for the first five ACC matches … filled the No. 1 position with McCall against N.C. Central and No. 6 Wake Forest … lost four consecutive ACC decisions, but rebounded with a four-match winning streak, including wins against three league foes … topped Virginia Tech’s Jai Corbett and Mitch Harper, 6-3, Louisville’s Christopher Morin-Kougoucheff and George Hedley, 6-0, and N.C. State’s Nick Horton and Shoti Meparidze, 7-5 … clinched the doubles point against the Wolfpack … earned final doubles victory of the campaign with a 6-1 triumph on court two versus Clemson’s Alex Favrot and Daffra Sanon … during the fall, played to a 3-7 mark in singles and 3-5 record in doubles … took part in the Duke James Bonk Invite, USTA/ITA Carolina Regional and Wake Forest Invite … earned one victory at each event in singles … in doubles, teamed with Levine to pick up wins against Old Dominion’s Aziz Kijametovic and Jacob Nicolussi (8-4/Bonk Invite) and UNC Wilmington’s Josh Hublitz and Andres Torres (6-2, 6-2/Carolina Regional), and joined freshman Adrian Chamdani to defeat Penn’s Vim De Alwis and Austin Kaplan (8-4/Wake Forest Invite).
2014-15: Took part in six singles matches in the spring, going 4-1 with a 2-1 mark in dual matches and an 0-1 record in ACC matches ... won his first four spring matches before falling 6-2, 6-3 to Georgia Tech’s Eduardo Segura on court six ... played in eight doubles matches in the spring with a 6-1 record ... went 2-1 in doubles in dual matches and 1-1 against ACC foes ... paired with Raphael Hemmeler for last three doubles matches of the year, topping Georgia Tech’s Casey Kay and Nathan Rakitt, 8-6, and falling to North Carolina’s Jack Murray and Ronnie Schneider, 8-5, during the ACC Championship quarterfinals ... played to an even 5-5 mark in fall singles while going 5-4 in doubles ... ended the fall in singles going 1-1 at the USTA/ITA Carolina Regional, grinding out a tough 7-6 (4), 7-6 (2) victory against Furman’s Matt Brown in the opening match ... went 1-2 at the Battle in the Bay Classic after going 1-1 at the ITA All-American Championship ... started the fall with a 2-1 mark at the Duke Fab Four Invite ... Claimed the consolation championship in his flight at the Duke Fab Four with a 6-2, 6-3 triumph against Will Juggins of William & Mary ... in doubles, went 1-1 with Bruno Semenzato at the USTA/ITA Carolina Regional and 2-2 with TJ Pura at the Battle in the Bay Classic ... started the fall with Cale Hammond at the Duke Fab Four and the pair went 2-1 to take third place in their flight ... named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2013-14: Went 10-10 in singles while notching an 18-7 mark in doubles … compiled an 8-4 doubles ledger during the dual match season playing primarily at the No. 2 and 3 positions … teamed with Hammond for a 4-1 record in the No. 3 spot … with TJ Pura, toppled Illinois’ 31st-ranked pair of Alex Jesse and Jared Hiltzik, 6-5 (6) in the No. 3 matchup … notched a 2-2 mark in ACC play along with Semenzato …saw singles action in four dual match contests and two conference matches … played at the No. 5 singles position against NC Central, cruising to a 6-1, 6-1 victory over Thomas Persico ... notched a 9-7 singles ledger to go with a 10-3 record in doubles during the fall ... paired with Hammond to advance to the doubles round of 16 at the ITA Carolina Regional ... claimed first career singles title at the Winthrop Invitational, winning the 2B draw ... also at the Winthrop Invitational, teamed with Hammond to reach the doubles semifinals before the tournament was shortened due to weather ... named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll and ITA All-Academic Scholar-Athlete list.
2012-13: Played to an overall 10-7 singles record and a 6-7 ledger in doubles … in the ACC, finished with a 1-1 doubles record … posted a 4-0 singles record in the dual season and a 2-1 mark in doubles … clinched first career doubles point with Michael Redlicki at the No. 2 position against NC Central … teamed with Jason Tahir at the No. 3 doubles position in the first round of the NCAA Championship tournament against Coastal Carolina … played to a 6-7 singles mark in the fall and a 4-6 ledger in doubles … claimed first collegiate victory over a ranked opponent against No. 74 Nicholas Sayer of Radford, 7-5, 7-5, in the white draw at the Duke Fab Four Invite … claimed first collegiate singles win over Alabama’s Carlos Taborga, 6-2, 3-6, 6-1, at the Duke Fab Four Invite … with Josh Levine, earned first doubles victory over James Coxe and Stuart Depaolo of North Carolina, 8-3 … with Fred Saba, reached the semifinals in doubles at the Wake Forest Fall Invite, before falling to 17th-ranked David Hopkins and Amogh Prabhakar of Wake Forest, 9-8 (5) … reached the quarterfinals in the B singles draw, before falling to UNCW’s Kosta Blank, 6-2, 2-6, 6-4 … won his draw’s consolation singles final at the USTA Clay Court Invitational at Disney over Sean Bacha of Florida Atlantic, 6-4, 6-2.
Prior to Duke: Rated as high as the third best prospect by TennisRecruiting.net and 16th in the Tennis RPI rankings … reached an international ranking of No. 132 on the ITF Junior circuit … singles champion at the ITA Summer Circuit in Azusa Pacific in July 2012 … singles finalist at the ITA Summer Circuit at Laguna Niguel in July 2012 … participant in the 2010 U.S. Open juniors … semifinalist in singles at the 2010 USTA Boys 18 International Spring Championships … quarterfinalist at the 2010 USTA National Clay Court Championships in singles … singles and doubles champion at the 2009 USTA ITF Junior Circuit-Illinois … advanced to the singles quarterfinals at the 2009 Easter Bowl … finalist at the ITF International Hard Court Championships in 2009 in doubles … 2009 ITF Atlanta doubles champion … 2009 ATP Singles Qualifying Wildcard recipient to the SAP Open … led Brentwood High School to its first CIF Championship in 2009 as a freshman, playing as the No. 1 seed in singles.
Personal: Born Daniel John McCall on Feb. 9, 1993, in San Francisco, Calif. … son of Michael and Abbe McCall … has one brother, Nick, and one sister, Megan … lists Andy Roddick and Michael Jordan as his favorite athletes.