2012-13 (So.) -- Produced a 21-15 record (2-2 tournament) in his second season ... played the first half of the season at the No. 1 spot where he posted a 14-1 record ... moved to the No. 2 position at the end of November where he posted a 5-12 record ... earned the No. 1 slot on the ladder by way of his 3-2 victory over classmate Andrew McGuinness in the annual USS Barb Tournament where he overcame a 2-games-to-none deficit ... he is the 38th different player to win the tournament ... opened the year on a 15-match winning streak before dropping a three-game decision to Bates' Ahmed Abdel Khalek ... while as a freshman he found success in five-game matches, he surrendered losses in three of the four marathon matches as a sophomore, including his opening round CSA Team Championship match against Columbia ... bounced back to defeat Kristian Muldoon of Bates in four games and swept Brown's Oliver Booth ... posted a 2-2 record at the CSA Individual Championship ... opened with a 3-0 win over Frnaklin & Marshall's Antonio De La Torre, but was sent to the consolation round following a 3-1 loss to Brown's Blake Reinson ... defeated Yale's Eric Caine in the consolations, 3-0, before bowing out of the tournament with a 3-0 loss to Cornell's Ryan Todd in the consolation quarterfinals.
2011-12 (Fr.) -- Playing the No. 2 and 3 spots on the ladder, he turned in a 19-7 record in his first season at the Academy ... opened his collegiate slate by winning his first eight matches, including a 3-0 decision over Andrew Grosner of Fordham for his first collegiate victory ... dropped his first match to Dartmouth's Luke Lee in a five-game heartbreaker ... bounced back to scored a 3-2 win over Nicholas Marks of 10th-ranked Williams ... nearly picked off Penn's Dan Greenberg, dropping a five-game decision at home ... won seven in a row, sparked by a five-game win over Bowdoin's Stephan Danyluk and included a 3-1 victory over Ibrahim Khan of St. Lawrence ... defeated Brown's Chris Holter, 3-1, in what would be his lone win at the CSA Team Championship ... played seven five-game matches over the course of the season, winning five of them.
High School -- A 2010 graduate of Malvern Preparatory School in Malvern, Pa., Kacergis was four-sport athlete who earned letters in squash (4), baseball (3), soccer (3) and rugby (1) ... a two-time (2009, `10) All-MASA squash player, who received All-Interac honors as a junior and senior ... also received All-Main Line recognition in 2008, `09 and `10 ... served as team captain of the squash team his senior year ... he was selected as a 2010 U.S. Squash-Scholar Athlete ... he also holds a national junior championship title, winning the 2009 U.S. Squash Silver Singles [under 19 division] ... member of the National Honor Society who received First Honors (3.5 GPA) through high school.
Personal -- Son of Robert and Margaret Kacergis ... brother, Bill, is a sophomore at the Naval Academy and a member of the squash team ... brother, Robert, was the president of the Cornell club squash team from 2007-10 ... majoring in Quantitative Economics ... named to the Commandant's List following the fall semester of his Plebe year.