|High School:||McKay HS '05|
2008: Mam put together one of the best seasons in the Big Sky Conference in 2008, earning appointment to the league's first team in the process. He also finished the season 25th in the ITA Mountain Region Singles Rankings. His victory total, 15, tied for the second-most in Eagle annals, while he teamed with Kyle Schraeder for 13 doubles wins, the third-best sum for an Eastern tandem. Mam finished his junior season with 42 career singles wins, second in EWU annals and just one behind Art Karas' 43. He and Schraeder have teamed up for a school-record 40 career doubles victories. Mam put together a six-match singles winning streak from April 6-26. Four of those came at the No. 1 position, while the sixth helped Eastern rally from 3-0 down to Montana State in the Big Sky semifinals. His 6-2, 6-4 victory cut the deficit to 3-2 and helped build the momentum towards EWU's exciting 4-3 win.
2007: After an amazing season, Mam earned first team All-Big Sky Conference accolades. He was also named the league's Player of the Week after going 2-1 in both singles and doubles versus Northern Arizona, Scottsdale CC and New Mexico State. Mam had 15 singles wins to set the then-school record. As a doubles tandem, he and Kyle Schraeder finished with 15 victories, also a school mark at the time. The duo had a convincing 8-3 win over eventual Big Sky Conference champion Sacramento State's top doubles tandem. Mam crafted two of his most impressive wins in a 5-2 loss to the Oregon Ducks, contributing a 7-6, 6-1 win at No. 1 singles and, with Schraeder, an 8-5 doubles victory in the first position.
2006: Mam became the first Eagle in 10 years to earn first team All-Big Sky Conference honors. He helped set the tone for Eastern's first win over Idaho in 22 meetings with a convincing 6-1, 6-2 victory at No. 1 over Timothy Huynh. That victory helped allow Mam to earn Big Sky Player of the Week honors, the first Eagle to earn the accolades since 2000.
Personal: Mam was born Sept. 4, 1986, in Salem, Ore. He is the son of Sara and Chanhsay Mam and is majoring in interdisciplinary studies.