Fall 2017: Took part in three events during first fall on campus, playing to an 8-3 singles mark and 8-2 doubles record, including a combined 7-0 mark and singles and doubles flight championships at the Charlotte 49ers Fall Invitational … finished singles at the Duke James Bonk Invite A2 Draw with a consolation third place win … defeated Leonardo Menezes of Charlotte 6-1, 6-2 in that contest … turned in a 2-1 record in ITA Carolina Regional, defeating Felipe Osses-Konig of Elon 6-4, 6-4 in the Round of 128 and Furman’s Trevon Croyder 6-2, 6-0 before falling to South Carolina’s No. 28 Gabriel Friedrich, the draw’s No. 2 seed, 6-2, 6-2 in the Round of 32 … finished 4-0 at the Charlotte 49ers Fall Invitational in singles, cruising to four straight-set wins for the A2 flight title … defeated Max Scholl of Gardner-Webb 7-5, 6-0 to win the championship match … in doubles, teamed with Nick Stachowiak and Jason Lapidus … with Stachowiak, went 5-2, claiming the consolation final of the Bonk Invite and advancing to the semifinals of the ITA Carolina Regional … duo went 2-1 at the Bonk Invite and won first three matches at the Carolina Regional … in the regional semifinals, pair dropped a 6-2, 5-7, 1-0 (8) battle with No. 14 Michael Ogden and Alex Galarneau of N.C. State … teamed with Lapidus to close the fall in Charlotte, going 3-0 with no match closer than 6-4 … downed Sam Rice and Ben Wayand of Charlotte in the finale, 6-4, to win the A1 flight.
Prior to Duke: A blue chip prospect who owned a 13.43 Universal Tennis Ranking upon arriving in Durham … ranked as high as the No. 12 recruit in the country by TennisRecruiting.net ... a product of Smith Stearns Academy, headed up by Ramsey Smith’s father, Stan, former number-one player in the world and former USTA Director of Coaching … capped junior career with a TennisRPI ranking of 31 and was as high as No. 2 in the ledger during 2015 … ranked as the No. 6 prospect in the Southeast region and No. 2 in South Carolina according to TennisRecruiting.net … in final junior competition, advanced to the quarterfinals of the USTA Boys’ 18 National Championship in Kalamzaoo during August of 2017 … captured first two matches in straight sets before pulling off a three-set victory to reach the quarterfinals … won the Southern Winter Level 1 Championships in singles and doubles in Hilton Head, S.C., in January of 2017 … in May of 2016, played in the USTA National Selection Tournament in Fort Myers, Fla., and advanced to the championship match … did the same in the November, 2015, USTA National Selection Tournament in Montgomery, Ala. … in the summer of 2016, paired with current Blue Devil Nick Stachowiak and advanced to the doubles quarterfinals of the US Open Junior Championships … the two opened the US Open Juniors with a 6-4, 2-6, 10-8 victory against Ulises Blanch and Yosuke Watanuki, the top seed in the event … the Duke pair followed with a comeback 3-6, 6-4, 12-10 triumph versus Youssef Hossam and Ergi Kirkin in the second round and was eliminated in the quarterfinals with a 6-3, 2-6, 10-2 setback to Toru Horie and Yuta Shimizu of Japan … Sculley won six-of-eight matches at the USTA National Team Championships playing in the top two positions in singles and doubles for Team Southern … also owns one gold ball for winning the USTA National Winter Championships in January of 2015 … in doubles, teamed with Drew Baird at the International Grass Court Championships in June of 2016 and advanced to the championship match.
Personal: Born Sean McCormick Sculley on November 22, 1998, in Towson, Md. ... son of Marcy and James Sculley ... has a younger brother, Scott.