Justin was the only freshman to qualify for the Nationals that year and achieved a national ranking of 55. He had many significant victories over his career with the Bears including Washington's Matt Hanlin 6-2,3-6,7-5; Princeton's Kyle Kliegerman 6-3,4-6,7-6(5); St Johns's Eric Scharf 6-4,7-5 and 6-3,7-6; Columbia's Steve Millerman 6-1,4-6,6-3; Middle Tennessee State's Oliver Foreman 3-6,6-2,6-4; and Miami's Tomas Smid 6-3,7-6(4).
Justin was an exceptional junio rplayer, and finished his career as the 6th ranked singles player in the United States and competed in the Junior U.S. Open in doubles. He reached the quarterfinals and round of sixteen of the National Claycourts and U.S. National Hardcourts respectively. Justin also reached the quarterfinals of the National Indoor Championships. Justin finished his career as the second ranked player in the ETA behind Scott Lipsky. Justin also posted wins over Scott Lipsky and Bo Hodge this summer at Futures events. Major: Computer Science.