|Hometown:||Old Bethpage, N.Y.|
|High School:||Plainview-Old Bethpage John F. Kennedy|
As a freshman:
Named to the All-NEC Second Team at No. 6 Singles after posting a 5-2 record in NEC play as a freshman … Totaled 13 singles victories and six doubles wins for a total of 19 … Got hot when it mattered most, winning five of his last seven matches, all against NEC competition … Helped the Bobcats clinch the No. 3 seed in the NEC Tournament with a three-set victory against Monmouth’s Stephen Suboleski … Won in straight sets against Mount St. Mary’s Andrew Marinucci and Fairleigh Dickinson’s Andrew Denny in the NEC Tournament Quarterfinals and Semifinals, respectively … Earned NEC Rookie of the Week on March 8 and March 22.
Went undefeated in his final season at Plainview-Old Bethpage John F. Kennedy (POBJFK) to earn all-state and all-county honors in leading his team to the conference championship ... also earned all-state as a junior ... compiled a 44-4 record in his four years of high school tennis ... Ranked as highly as No. 149 nationally and No. 16 in New York by tennisrecruiting.net, and was named a four-star recruit by the website ... Ranked as highly as No. 23 in the USTA Eastern Section 18's ... 2009 runner-up at the Nassau County Doubles Tournament and won the 2007 state doubles tournament consolation draw.
The son of Randi and Jeff Morgenstern ... Born in Old Bethpage, N.Y. ... Has an older brother, Jason, who played collegiate tennis at Wake Forest ... Undeclared on a major.