|Hometown:||Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico|
|High School:||Cupeyville School|
Represented Puerto Rico in the 2018 Davis Cup ... All-NEC Second Team singles and doubles ... NEC All-Tournament Team ... Went 13-8 in singles and 16-16 in doubles ... Undefeated against NEC opponents in singles ... Teamed with younger brother Jorge Isaias in doubles to go 13-14 ... Won his flight at the Ivy Plus, defeating players from Penn, Brown and Harvard ... Named NEC Player of the Month ... Ends his career on a five-match winning streak ... Went unfinished against the No. 104 player in the country in the NCAA Tournament.
Finished 9-10 in singles play, posting a 4-2 record at No. 6 singles ... Went a perfect 3-0 in conference play, earning First Team All-NEC at No. 6 singles ... Joined classmate Josh Kliger to take home Second Team All-NEC honors at No. 2 doubles after posting a 6-9 dual match record, going 2-3 in league play.
Finished with an outstanding 12-5 record in singles play, including an 8-2 finish at No. 6 singles ... Went a perfect 5-0 in NEC play in signles, helping to finish the season on a six-match winning streak ... Paired with classmate Josh Kliger to go 9-2 in doubles play, finishing with a 3-1 mark at No. 2 and 6-1 at No. 3 ... The duo were the most successfuk pair on the Bryant roster this season with key victories through the NEC Tournament and a 3-3 draw against No. 16 Oklahoma State in the first round of the NCAA Tournament before the match was issued unfinished ... Earned First Team All-NEC honors at No. 6 singles and No. 3 doubles.
Finished 12-16 in singles play during his rookie campaign as a Bulldog … Went a perfect 2-0 at the Northeast Conference Championships at the No. 6 singles spot en route to First Team All-NEC honors … Finished 7-3 in doubles action including 6-1 with partner Oliver Welsh.
A native of Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico and a 2014 graduate from the Cupeyville School in San Juan … Currently ranked in the top 350 nationally and third in Puerto Rico … Posted a 25-9 overall mark in 2013 with a win at the Jr. Open 4 in November, and strong showings at the Jr. Open 2 and the Jr. Championship II.
Son of Jorge Ortiz-Class and Frances Lee Garcia-Diaz ... He has one brother, Jorge I.