Senior (2013-14): All-Ivy Doubles First Team ... completed his Big Green career with a 9-2 record in singles and 11-4 in doubles … picked up singles non-league wins against Bryant (1/18), East Tennessee St. (1/31), Buffalo (2/7), Memphis (2/21), and Indiana (3/2) … secured three Ivy wins against Cornell (4/5), Columbia (4/6) and Princeton (4/13) … paired up with teammate Brendan Tannenbaum for each of his doubles matches, playing in the top spot every time … had a four-match winning streak in the middle of the season, defeating nationally ranked Columbia (40th), Cornell (61st), and Memphis (22nd), and Indiana … the duo were ranked No. 36 in the country on Jan. 24-25.
Junior (2012-13): During his third season with the team, Ghorbani picked up nine wins in singles action and 13 wins in doubles play... Picked up Ivy League singles victories against No. 50 Princeton and Columbia at the No. 4 position... Registered a doubles victory in conference action against the Lions... Won four straight matches, to go a perfect 4-0 in Feb.
Sophomore (2011-12): Ghorbani had a three set win over Harvard in match with the Ivy League title on the line in his second year for the Green and White. ...played at number 3 singles and number 2 and 3 doubles this season...named to Academic All-Ivy team based on impressive academics and athletic record.
Freshman (2010-11): Ghorbani had a strong freshman season for Dartmouth ... went 15-11 in singles and 21-7 in doubles with four different partners ... in singles, he started the season on a four-match winning streak, and won the fifth singles draw at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center Invitational ... recorded a 1-3 mark in Ivy League play at fourth and fifth singles ... in doubles, Ghorbani played with Brandon DeBot to win the flight B draw at the Dartmouth Shootout in the fall ... had a six-match winning streak with Alex de Chatellus ... started the season on a seven-match winning streak in doubles ... went 4-3 in the Ivy League at third doubles.
Before Dartmouth: Ranked No. 1 in New England for Singles and Doubles for past four years ... ranked 27th nationally in boy's 18 doubles ... won the USTA National Open Boy's 18 Doubles ... semi-finalist in 2009 USTA Winter Nationals Boy's 18 Doubles ... highest national ranking of 54 by Tennis Recruiting ... participated in the Sanchez-Casal Academy in Barcelona, Spain for training ... played undefeated at No. 1 for four years at Lexington High School with a team record of 37-1 in the last two years of his career, including a 20-0 mark in 2009-10 ... two-time league champion at Lexington ... named Boston Globe All-Scholastic as a sophomore and senior ... four-time Middlesex League All-Star ... MVP for four years.
Personal: Cameron Ghorbani was born Jan. 2, 1992 ... son of Esmail and Leslie Ghorbani ... has one sister, Rachael, who played tennis at Wesleyan University ... mother competed in tennis at the University of Arizona ... enjoys music, computers and hanging out with friends ... does a lot of community service and would like to continue here at Dartmouth.