Immediate Release: March 12, 2011
Junior Gilbert Wong has been an integral part of the national success gained by the Bearcats men's tennis program in recent years. The America East Rookie of the Year in 2009, Wong followed that up with first team all-conference honors last season, helping BU win its third straight America East title and become one of the top teams in the Northeast. He will graduate in May after earning his bachelor's degree in just three years. Wong talks about his path to Binghamton from Hong Kong and his collegiate experience in this feature.
did you start playing tennis?
do you like most about tennis and what is most difficult?
did it feel holding the nation's number one ranking in both 16s
did you choose to go to Binghamton University?
was the transition coming from Hong Kong to Binghamton?
were the struggles you faced?
is it being a student-athlete here at Binghamton?
is your biggest memory from the 2009-10 season?
your parents ever been able to watch you play tennis here?
they understand how it is to play tennis on a college team?
are graduating in just three years and will forgo your senior
season of tennis eligibility. What made you make this decision?
do you feel about everyone on the team being from different countries?
is the biggest thing you learned being on the tennis team here?
are your role models? Why?
are your long and short term goals?
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