ACC All-Academic Team (2010)
ACC Academic Honor Roll (2010, 2011)
Career: Notched career records of 29-21 in singles and 56-37 in doubles ... has tallied a 4-5 career ACC singles record and 20-12 mark in doubles ... two career match-clinching victories ... owns one win over a ranked opponent in singles and seven against ranked doubles teams ... ranked as high as No. 64 in doubles for his career ... tied for seventh on Duke's all-time list for most ACC doubles matches played (32).
2010-11 (Junior): Teamed with Chris Mengel to go 15-13 in dual matches, including an 8-5 mark from the No. 3 doubles spot ... recorded a ledger of 5-4 in ACC doubles matches ... the duo finished the year with an overall record of 18-15 and ranked No. 10 in the Carolina Region ... defeated two ranked doubles teams on the season, including an 8-4 victory over No. 88 Sadio Doumbia and Ignacio Taboada of Georgia in the NCAA Tournament Round of 16 ... opened the spring season with four consecutive doubles victories ... combined with Mengel to clinch the doubles point eight times ... notched a singles record of 5-5 with a 2-1 mark in dual match play while competing from the No. 5 and 6 positions ... posted a 3-4 ledger in singles and 3-2 doubles record during the fall ... advanced to the round of 32 in singles play at the ITA Carolina Regional ... named to the ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2009-10 (Sophomore): Competed at the No. 2 doubles position with Dylan Arnould, recording a 13-8 record in dual matches and an 8-3 ledger in ACC play ... the duo was 16-11 overall together and Holland finished the year with an 18-11 record in doubles ... part of a duo that clinched the doubles point seven times ... ranked as high as No. 64 in doubles with Arnould and finished the year ranked No. 7 in the Carolina Region in doubles ... defeated four ranked doubles teams with two wins over top 30 pairs ... won seven consecutive doubles contests from March 26 to April 7 ... recorded a singles record of 13-12 with an 8-7 mark in dual match play and 3-4 mark in the ACC ... competed at the No. 4 and 5 positions primarily ... earned a match-clinching victory against N.C. State ... picked up his first career win over a ranked singles player, defeating No. 119 JT Sundling of Southern California ... posted a 5-4 singles record and 3-3 doubles ledger during the fall season ... advanced to the quarterfinals of the Southern Intercollegiate Championships and made it to the round of 32 of the ITA Carolina Regional before losing to the top seed, No. 16 Clay Donato of North Carolina ... also reached the round of 16 in doubles at the ITA Carolina regional with two wins with Dylan Arnould.
2008-09 (Freshman): Recorded an 11-4 singles record and 19-11 mark in doubles in his first collegiate season ... earned his first ACC singles match victory against Roshan Potarazu of Maryland ... clinched Duke’s victory over Charlotte ... won eight of his first nine collegiate singles matches and seven of his first eight doubles contests ... tallied a 6-5 ACC doubles record with three separate partners ... split time between the No. 2 and No. 3 doubles positions with a 14-10 dual match doubles record ... teamed with Dylan Arnould to defeat No. 42 Boris Conkic and Matteo Fago of Tennessee in the second round of the NCAA Tournament ... ranked as high as No. 81 in doubles with Arnould ... posted a 4-1 singles record and 2-1 doubles mark in a limited fall ... missed most of the fall season recovering from an injury ... made his collegiate debut at the Wilson/ITA Mideast Regional and earned four singles victories, including two in qualifying and two in the main draw ... defeated Winthrop’s Arthur Takahashi in straight sets in his first collegiate singles match ... went 2-1 in doubles during the Mideast Regional with Jared Pinsky.
Prep: Attended Princeton Day School where he was a two-time High School All-American in 2007 and 2008 … went undefeated in his final three high school seasons while earning three straight Prep B State Championships … finished his high school career with a record of 72-2 … as a senior team captain he went 14-0 … was 18-0 as a junior and 20-0 as a sophomore … blue chip recruit who was ranked as high as No. 11 nationally on tennisrecruiting.net and No. 10 in the Tennis RPI … listed as high as the No. 1 player out of New Jersey and No. 2 player out of the Middle Atlantic region … won the International Tennis Federation International Hard Court Singles Championship in August, 2007 at Allenwood, N.J. … Middle States Sectional Champion in singles and doubles in January, 2007 at Wexford, Pa. … Sectional Champion in June, 2006 and National Open Doubles Champion in May, 2003 … was a fifth round qualifier at the USTA National Championships in Kalamazoo, Mich. … made the finals at the Columbus Indoor Championships in February, 2008 and the Level 4 Sectional Championship in Manasquan, N.J. in March, 2007 … took third place at the Columbus Indoor Championships in February, 2007 and received a Bronze Ball at the USTA Winter Championships in December, 2006 at Phoenix, Ariz. … three-time national open doubles finalist and was National Open Singles Finalist in May, 2003.
Personal: Born David Thorne Holland on July 16, 1990, in Princeton, N.J. ... son of Dave and Julie Holland ... has one brother, Alex … father, Dave, played collegiate tennis at Delaware.