The Mids dropped three of the seven matches in five games.
Navy trails Dartmouth in the series, 26-20.
Navy won three of its four matches by a 9-0 score.
Navy caps off the weekend looking to defeat Penn for the first time since 2001.
Navy stands 6-1 through the first two weeks of action.
2016-17 (Jr.) — Played the #1 spot on the ladder the entire season where he amassed a 15-10 record ... one of his biggest wins of the season was a 3-0 sweep over 15th-ranked Middlebury’s Wyatt French ... he also dealt Toby Hansford a 3-0 loss en route to leading the Mids to a 5-4 win over Virginia ... went 1-1 at the CSA Individual Championship where he scored a 3-0 victory over Middlebury’s William Cembalest before dropping a 3-1 decision to Dartmouth’s Carson Spahr in the quarters ... dropped all three of his matches at the CSA Team Championship, including two five-match heartbreakers against Cornell and Western Ontario ... making his third consecutive appearance in the championship match of the Barb Tournament, he dealt defending champion Senen Ubina a 3-1 loss en route to capturing his first Barb trophy ... paired up with Randy Beck to win the 2016 U.S. Intercollegiate Doubles Championship in a thrilling five-game match against the Penn duo of B.G. Lemmon and Hayes Murphy.
2015-16 (So.) — One of four players on the ladder to reach 20 wins, Herold split his time between the #1 and 2 spots on the ladder ... began the season playing #2 where he posted a 13-2 record and went on to record a 7-8 mark in the latter half of the year where he played #1 ... finished the season ranked #36 nationally ... went 1-1 at the CSA Individual Championship, defeating St. Lawrence’s Tim Lasusa in four games before bowing out of the tournament with a five-game loss to Franklin & Marshall’s Sean Kenny ... earned one of his biggest wins of the season in a five-game decision over Carson Spahr of 11th-ranked Dartmouth ... swept Cole Osborne in the regular-season finale against #11 Franklin & Marshall ... turned in a 1-2 record at the CSA Team Championship, defeating Middlebury’s David Cromwell in three, while dropping a heart-breaking five-game decision to F&M’s Osborne ... made the finals of Navy’s Barb Tournament for a second straight year, but fell short in three games to Senen Ubina ... paired up with Randy Beck to place second at the 2015 Maryland State Opens Doubles Championship.
2014-15 (Fr.) — Emerged as one of the Mids’ top players in his rookie season, playing the No. 2 position on the ladder and finishing the year with an 11-5 record ... won the first 10 matches of his career and 11 of his first 13 before sustaining a broken foot over the semester break ... was sidelined from Jan. 1 through the end of the regular season, but returned to the lineup for the CSA Team Championship in late February ... earned his first career victory in a three-game decision over Fordham’s Jeremy Keller in the season opener ... his biggest win of the year was a five-game come-from-behind victory over Dartmouth’s Alexander Greer in which he was forced to win the final two games ... lost two five-game heartbreakers in CSA Team Championship matches against Dartmouth’s Glen Brickman and Williams’ Kevin Chen ... faced team captain Andrew McGuinness in the Barb Trophy championship match where he fell in three games ... he became the first freshman to appear in the championship match since McGuinness and Jim Kacergins in 2011.
High School — A 2014 graduate of Saint Ignatius College Prep in Chicago, Ill., Herold was among the nation’s top 20 squash players in 2013 ... ranked as high as No. 12 in 2013 ... ranked among the top 25 American recruits for the Class of 2018 ... also lettered one year as a defensive midfielder on the lacrosse team ... was the co-founder and served as vice president of the Entrepreneur Club ... fellow Navy squash player Sam McCartney was a high school classmate.
Personal — Son of Craig and Lisa Herold ... his father was an All-American tennis player at St. John’s University in Minnesota ... majoring in Economics, he owns a 3.26 grade-point average ... has appeared on the Commandant’s List four times and was named to the Dean’s List in the spring of 2016.