|High School:||International School Bangkok (Thailand)|
2016-17: Won 15 singles matches during the season, going 6-1 in Landmark Conference play...broke the school record for career singles wins (64)...won 11 doubles matched with Jack Hodges as teammate, setting a new school standard in team doubles wins (39)...named to the Landmark Conference Second Team in singles play...named the Landmark Conference Senior Scholar Athlete for the 2017 season, marking the second consecutive year a Goucher student-athlete earned the honor...finished career ranked third all-time at Goucher in individual doubles wins (47), fourth in singles winning percentage (.744) and first in team doubles winning percentage (.824) while paired with Hodges...member of the All-Goucher Second Team
2015-16: Earned Second-Team All-Landmark honors in singles and First-Team doubles ... Appeared in 21 singles and 23 doubles for the Gophers ... tallied a 19-2 record in singles during the season ... acquired a 13-match win streak from March 18 to May 8th ... posted an 18-5 record in doubles along with Jack Hodges at the No. 2 position ...
2014-15: Earned Second-Team All-Landmark honors in doubles...tallied a 15-8 singles record for the Gophers...garnered six consecutive wins from March 18 to April 11...earned his first doubles win with Jack Hodges against Drew (March 28)...won 10 of their last 11 matches on the season at No. 2 doubles.
2013-14: Registered the most singles victories for a Goucher player since the 2004-05 season during his debut year with the Gophers…finished 15-7 overall, including a 14-6 record in dual matches…all but one of those appearances came from the No. 3 position…won four of his first five matches to begin the season…closed out the year with a 9-2 record over the final 11 matches…won four of his seven Landmark matches, notching victories over Scranton (March 23), Drew (April 6), Merchant Marine (April 12) and Susquehanna (April 13)…13 of his wins came in straight sets…posted an 8-13 record in doubles, playing primarily with John Bescoby at the No. 2 spot…the duo registered wins in three of the season’s final four matches.
Before Goucher: Three-year letter winner at the International School in Bangkok, Thailand.
Personal: Son of Takeshi and Hisako Fujitani, Midori is an international relations major.