2002-2003 Highlights: Was named Co-Male Student Athlete of the Year...Compiled a 6-13 singles record and a 4-9 doubles record...Aided the flames with a singles and doubles victory over conference foe Wright State to help the flames win the match, 4-3.
2001-2002 Highlights: Competed primarily at No. 2 singles during his rookie campaign and finished with a record of 9-19...earned a victory in his first collegiate match over IPFW's Matt Blume (6-1, 6-3)...picked up a pair of wins over Youngstown State's Ryan Valentine during the season...defeated Wright State's Chad Derry (6-3, 3-6, 6-3) in the Horizon League Championship third-place match...teamed with Nick Bodmer, primarily at No. 1 singles, and finished with a record of 6-12...won four of his first six matches with Bodmer in doubles action.
Prep/Personal: Four-year letterwinner and two-time team captain at West Aurora High School in Aurora, Ill...competed at the No. 1 singles position his last three years at West Aurora, compiling an 80-10 record... won the DuPage Valley Conference singles championship in 1999 while finishing second in 2000...was named first-team all-state following the 1999-2000 campaign in which he finished fourth in the state in doubles...was a section doubles champion in both 1999 and 2000...helped the Blackhawks to a 10th-place finish in state as a senior...was the No. 1 ranked player in the Northern Illinois Boys 18's in 2000 and a member of the Northern Illinois Junior Davis Cup Team 1997-2000...an Illinois State Scholar (2000-01)...born May 21, 1983...son of Jim and Mary Howrey...majoring in business.
Howrey's Career Record Years Singles Doubles 2001-2002 9-19 6-11 2002-2003 6-13 4-9 Totals 15-32 10-20