|High School:||Omaha Central|
Honors and Awards
Summit League Academic Honor Roll (2014, 2015)
2017 (Senior) Season Statistics
Served as team captain…finished the season with a 3-14 overall mark playing at No. 2, No. 3 and No. 4 singles…teamed with Razvan Grigorescu at No. singles and had a 10-7 record (3-1 Summit League)…won a split set match at No. 4 singles vs. David Samardzija of Nebraska, 3-6, 7-6 (4), 7-5…topped North Dakota's Ty Misialek at No. 2 singles, 6-1, 7-5…in doubles play, teamed with Grigorescu for a 6-1 win over Nebraska's Dylan Bednarczyk / David Samardzija…earned a 7-6 (4) victory over Creighton's Harrison Lang / Brooks Kendall…caps his career tied for the most doubles wins all-time with 30…his 24 singles victories is second most all-time.
2016 (Junior) Season Statistics
Finished the season with a 5-14 singles record playing all but one match at the No. 1 position…went 1-3 in league play with a victory over South Dakota State to clinch Omaha's first ever Summit League tournament appearance…posted a 7-13 in doubles this season competing exclusively in the No. 1 position…went 1-3 in league play with partner Ignace Warson.
2015 (Sophomore) Season Statistics
Played every match at No. 1 singles and doubles this season for the Mavs…compiled a 4-17 singles record…recorded a straight set win over Northern Colorado (6-3, 7-5)…picked up a Summit League win against Western Illinois (6-4, 6-3)…teamed up with Nathan Greteman at No. 1 doubles and had a 5-15 record this season….defeated South Dakota State 8-7 on Apr. 13.
2014 (Freshman) Season Statistics
Posted a 2-13 record in singles play during his first season with the Mavs, competing mostly at No. 4 singles (1-10)…went 0-3 in conference singles play…recorded a 1-0 mark at No. 2 singles, beating Kansas Wesleyan (6-3, 6-1)…went 2-13 in doubles play…posted double wins against Kansas Wesleyan (8-1) with James McManus and against Hastings College (8-0) with Tyler Mercier.
Omaha Central High School
Was a four-time qualifier for the Nebraska Class A State Tournament and compiled a career record of 96-42…went 27-9 in his senior year at No. 1 singles and reached the quarterfinals of the Class A State Tournament where he was knocked out by the eventual state champion…as a junior, finished 25-11 and was beaten in the round of 16 at the state tournament…was 21-11 as a sophomore and qualified for the state tournament…as a freshman at No. 2 singles, posted a 23-11 and reached the quarterfinals of the state tournament.