In total, 141 Spartans earn a 3.0 GPA or higher.
One-hundred and eight Spartans recognized for having a 3.0 or better GPA.
Brett Forman named team MVP.
Spartans will face top-seeded Buckeyes on Friday at 10 a.m.
Spartans play Cornhuskers in 8/9 matchup.
Finished with an overall record of 13-13 and a doubles finish of 11-14 ... He faced five nationally ranked opponents this season downing one of them ... Every match that he played this year was at No. 1 singles.
Finished with a 12-10 singles record … Tallied six consecutive singles wins from Jan. 27 to Feb. 18 … Played nine ranked opponents in singles … Defeated ranked opponents in Big Ten play against Minnesota’s Matic Spec and Indiana’s Antonio Cembellin … Had a 8-10 doubles record with Alexander Kim and a 3-4 doubles mark with Billy Shisler.
Compiled a 1-3 singles record beating Wisconsin’s Darius Mackenzie … Had a 2-1 doubles record … Closed out the fall season winning his last two matches … Paired with Alexander Kim to win two matches against Nebraska in doubles action.
Compiled a 20-15 overall singles record and a 11-13 overall doubles record. His 20 overall singles wins led the team, and his five conference singles wins tied for the most on the team.
Led the team in wins for the second straight year, tallying 15 overall and tying for the lead with five in Big Ten play ... Compiled a 15-11 singles record, including a 5-6 mark in Big Ten play, and an 9-9 doubles record, including a 3-3 record in Big Ten play ... Faced 10 ranked opponents, defeating Dartmouth's No. 119 Chris Kipouras ... Competed at the No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 spots in singles, earning records of 1-0, 13-10 and 1-1, respectively and finished the year on a three match win streak ... Played at the No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 positions in doubles as well, compiling records of 4-2, 2-4 and 3-3, respectively ... Teamed with Gijs Linders for most of the first part of the Spring, playing the majority of the matches at the No. 1 and No. 2 spot, tallying a 7-11 mark, including a win over Georgia's No. 44 Pual Oosterbaan and Ben Wagland ... Paired with Doug Zade towards the end of the semester, earning a 3-1 record.
Tallied a 5-4 singles record and a 2-4 doubles record ... Invited to the ITA All-American Championships, falling in the final round of the pre-qualifying draw to Oklahoma's No. 15 seed Alex Ghilea after defeating Dominic Patrick of Iowa, No. 25 seed Trey Daniel of TCU and Frankie Colunga of Texas A&M ... Paired with John Patrick Mullane to qualify in doubles as well, falling to Aj Cantanzariti and Max Linkin from Texas A&M ... Defeated Northern Illinois' Frederic Cadieux in the ITA Midwest Regionals ... Paired with Gijs Linders to knock off Wisconsin's Jose Carranza and John Zordani and Marc Herrmann and Chris Hobgarski of Nebraska ... Earned the No. 5 seed in singles for the Big Ten Indoor Championships.
Compiled a 19-11 overall singles record and a 13-10 overall doubles record.
Compiled a team-high 14 wins during the spring schedule, finishing 14-7 in singles ... Finished his freshman campaign with a 5-6 Big Ten record ... Tallied a 9-4 mark on court four ... Began his freshman campaign on a seven-match winning streak ... Earned eight wins over opponents on a ranked team ... Defeated McCoy of No. 29 Notre Dame, 6-4, 4-6, 6-3 ... Defeated Bautista of No. 34 Tulsa, 6-3, 6-3 ... Took down Yeung of No. 33 Harvard, 6-4, 6-4 ... Beat Barry of No. 27 Penn State, 7-5, 7-5 ... Defeated Dujovne of No. 28 Purdue, 6-4, 2-6, 6-3 ... Compiled a 10-8 doubles record during the spring schedule, teaming primarily with senior Aaron Pfister on court three ... Finished 4-3 in conference play ... Teamed with Pfister to earn five wins over opponents on a ranked team ... Defeated Santos/Kirby of No. 34 Tulsa, 8-3 ... Defeated Pollanen/Diaz of No. 2 Ohio State, 8-4 ... Beat Sinha/Sprecher of No. 74 Wisconsin, 8-1 ... Took down Ramirez/Sydow of No. 55 Minnesota, 8-1 ... Beat Kovacs/Silva of No. 28 Purdue, 8-7(5).
Compiled a 5-4 singles and a 3-2 doubles record during the fall schedule ... earned two wins at the Bobby Bayliss Invitational by defeating Louisville's Bonfre and Simich ... tallied a 2-1 singles record at the Big Ten Indoors with wins over Wisconsin's Kokorev and Iowa's Patrick.
Prior to MSU:
Two-time varsity captain ... Recipient of the Michigan "Mr. Tennis Award" his senior year ... Played for head coach Chris Shaya ... Made three appearances at Division 1 State Championships ... Won the singles Division 1 state title his sophomore year ... Three-time All-County and All-State recognition ... Three-time Regional winner ... Two-time League winner ... Two-time recipient of "Troy Colt of the Year" ... Three-time Scholar-Athlete, graduated Magna Cum Laude ... Two-time Oakland Press "Athlete of the Week" ... Recipient of the Troy "Classic Colt" award ... National Open Champion (Boys 14's singles, Boys 16's doubles) ... Midwest Indoor Closed Champion (Boys 16's) ... Midwest Open Champion (Boys 16's) ... Midwest Designated Finalist (Boys 16's) ... Midwest Closed Doubles Finalist (Boys 16's) ... Midwest Junior Indoor Champion (Boys 16's) ... Finished in third place at the Kentucky International Tennis Derby (Boys 16's) ... Won six matches at Winter National Championships (Boys 16's) ... Won five rounds at Kalamazoo Super Nationals (Boys 16's) ... Ranked as high as 18th in country by TennisRecruiting.net ... Two-time participation on SE Michigan's CTC Team ... Two-time participant on 14 and under SE Michigan Davis Cup Team, including a championship year ... Two-time participant on SE Michigan Boys' 18's Davis Cup Team, including a championship year.
Majoring in Marketing.