Senior (2013-14): Finished his career with a 9-9 record in singles and 13-9 overall in doubles … played predominantly at the No. 3 spot in singles and No. 2 in doubles … won his opening match of the season against Bryant (1/18) in two sets … picked up wins in non-conference matches over East Tennessee State (1/31), Radford (2/1), Ball State (2/28), VCU (3/20) and Old Dominion (3/21) … defeated Cornell (4/5) and Penn (4/12) in Ivy League matches … in doubles, won non-league matches over Villanova (1/18), Arkansas (1/24), East Tennessee State, Radford, Buffalo (2/7), Boston U. (2/7), George Washington (2/14), Memphis (2/21) and Ball State … defeated Cornell and Yale in league play.
Junior (2012-13): DeBot had arguably his most successful season with the Big Green, going 5-2 at No. 1 doubles in Ivy League play... Earned second team All-Ivy honors in doubles... Went 10-7 overall in singles action, while picking up four wins in conference play... Won four of his first five singles matches to start the season... Scored victories in five of his last seven doubles matches... Off the court, DeBot earned the prestigious Truman Scholarship.
Sophomore (2011-12): DeBot contined his successful Dartmouth career as a sophomore, ending the season at 4-2 in Ivy singles play. The sophomore had a 5-2 Ivy doubles record and had match clinching wins vs. Princeton (twice) and Cornell.
Freshman (2010-11): DeBot made a mark for the Big Green in his first season ... compiled an 18-7 record in singles and an 8-2 mark in doubles ... in singles, he had a six-match winning streak and a 10-match winning streak ... during the fall, he won the flight B singles at the Dartmouth Shootout ... went 2-4 during the Ivy season at fourth, fifth and sixth singles ... in doubles, DeBot teamed with Cameron Ghorbani, Chris Ho and Mike Jacobs ... had a four-match winning streak, which included claiming the top spot in the flight B doubles at the Dartmouth Shootout with Ghorbani.
Before Dartmouth: Ranked as the top junior player in the state of Wisconsin from 2007-2010 ... jumped as high as No. 3 in the Midwest ... went 6-0 at the Midwest Team Cup in 2009 ... finalist in Midwest Indoor and Level 3 Tournaments ... semifinalist at the Mike Agassi Tournament ... quarterfinalist at the Midwest Open Championships the past two years ... was a Wisconsin Midwest Qualifier Champion in 2009 ... awarded the Tim and Tom Gullikson Award last season ... won the ITA Summer Circuit title at Western Michigan as an unseeded player and only dropped one set during the tournament.
Personal: W. Brandon DeBot was born April 24, 1992 ... son of Brad and Karri DeBot ... has a brother and a sister ... National Honor Society member ... interested in politics and would like to study government at Dartmouth ... would like to continue volunteering in the community and be involved in school leadership ... also enjoys skiing ... didn't play a national USTA Tournament until the 14s.