|High School:||Deerfield Academy|
2014-2015: Posted overall record in singles of 21-6, totaled doubles mark of 14-13...won seven straight singles matches to end the year, including a 2-0 mark in NCAA Tournament.
2015-16: Earned 22 singles wins playing primarily at #5 position...went 5-0 in NCAA Tournament, including winning the NCAA Championship-clinching match against Middlebury for Bowdoin's first national title in men's tennis...did not lose a set in NCAA Tournament play...collected 21 doubles wins, teaming mostly with Chase Savage.
2016-17: Took 24 doubles wins, including 22 with first-year Justin Patel...won 21 singles matches, including a 3-0 mark in NCAA Tournament play...earned straight-set win in NESCAC Championship match against Middlebury, sparking Bowdoin's comeback victory.
Before Bowdoin: Graduated from Deerfield Academy with distinction in Classics... Four Year Varsity Starter for Deerfield Academy: Overall Career Record: 105-23 Career Singles Record: 56-12 Career Doubles Record: 49-11... Recognized by the USTA for Outstanding Sportsmanship... James L Ford Deerfield Tennis Award: 2012, 2013, 2014... 157th in the country for 2014 tennis players as ranked by Tennisrecruiting.net... Off the court, Gil enjoys pick up Sports (Hockey, Basketball, Football), Music (Especially Country), Investing, Travelling, and Hiking... Father Played Squash at Bowdoin and Mother Rowed Crew at Trinity. Grandfather went to MIT and played competitive tennis for years after graduation.