|High School:||Episcopal High School (Va.)|
ACC Academic Honor Roll (2015, 2016)
ITA All-Academic Scholar-Athlete (2016)
Fall 2016: Participated in the Duke James Bonk Invite and ITA Carolina Regional in singles and posted a 1-5 mark playing only singles.
2015-16: Tallied two singles victories and played to a 1-4 doubles mark … earned singles triumphs against NC A&T’s Arnau Arimon, winning 6-2, 6-1 on court six, and N.C. Central’s Dillon Strepay 6-0, 6-0 on court five … played first career ACC match, against North Carolina’s Blaine Boyden on April 17 … experienced action in first fall campaign and participated in the Duke James Bonk Invite, USTA/ITA Carolina Regional and Wake Forest Invite … suffered 10 fall setbacks in singles and went 1-4 in doubles, pairing with freshman Jason Lapidus for an 8-3 victory against Louisville’s Courtney Lock and Santiago Salazar at the Bonk Invite.
2014-15: Joined the squad as a walk-on in November and appeared in two spring matches ... played first collegiate match in Honolulu against Louisville on Jan. 8, falling to Stjepan Cagalj, 6-1, 6-1 ... earned first career win against N.C. Central’s Fabrice George on Feb. 8 inside the Sheffield Tennis Center ... bounced back from a second-set defeat to top George in a third-set super tiebreaker, 6-3, 4-6, 1-0 (6) ... did not take part in any fall competitions ... named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
Prior to Duke: A two-time Virginia Independent Schools Athletic Association Division I All-State selection during final two years of high school … a team co-captain as a junior and senior who earned all-conference honors in senior season … named the Alexandria Sportsman’s Club Athlete of the Year for tennis following final campaign … recipient of the Coaches’ Award all four years of high school … played at No. 4 singles as a freshman before moving up to the No. 2 singles slot as a sophomore and junior … filled the No. 1 singles slot in the lineup as a senior … Played No. 1 doubles as a sophomore, junior and senior … lettered on the varsity squad as an eighth grader, bringing total letter haul to five … in the summer of 2014, participated in the UNCG ITA and UNC Charlotte ITA Summer Circuit events.
Personal: Born Andrew Louis DeJoy on November 1, 1995, in New York, N.Y. ... son of Louis DeJoy and Aldona Wos ... has a twin sister, Ania, who is also a junior at Duke ... hobbies include playing golf … lists Shaquille O’Neal as his favorite athlete … while at Episcopal High School, served on the Honor Committee, Co-Editor of The Chronicle and a Writing Center Tutor … received Episcopal’s Elizabeth Andrews Watts Scholarship for Photography, Dartmouth College Book Award for Outstanding Work in Social Studies and the Excellence in Themes in Global History Award.