CU (M) Tennis BIO
 Harrison Lang

High School: Two-time Colorado Class 4A individual state singles champion in 2012 and 2010 … Finished both of senior and sophomore seasons undefeated with a combined 31-0 record … Two-time Colorado Class 4A state Player of the Year in both 2010 and 2012 … Earned the Jack Cella Award given to the Best Colorado High School Player in 2012 … Finished as the state runner-up in junior campaign of 2011 … Led Niwot High School to a runner-up team finish in Colorado Class 4A in each of his final three seasons … Claimed three team MVP honors from Niwot … An avid tennis player since the age of eight, eventually reached the No. 1 spot in the boys 16-and-under division of the United States Tennis Association (USTA) Intermountain Section under the guidance of Rich Berman, Chad Tsuda, and Miikka Keronen … According to the national recruiting site TennisRecruiting.net, was the No. 2 men's prospect in the state of Colorado and ranked second overall in the Mountain region consisting of several states … Listed as a four-star recruit out of a possible five stars on the site … Also successful off the court in the classroom … Valedictorian of his class with a 4.0 GPA … Earned recognition on the principal's honor roll in all four years of high school … Member of the National Honor Society … Completed over 50 hours of community service - volunteering at a local tennis club and at the humane society.

Personal: The son of Brent Lang and Milena Halek … Has two siblings in brother Spencer and sister Georgia ... Mother Milena is a former student-athlete at Colorado College in skiing … Plans to major in biology and take pre-med curriculum.

Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Niwot, Colo.
High School: Niwot
Experience: High School