Senior Brett Forman sees action in the quarterfinal round.
In total, 141 Spartans earn a 3.0 GPA or higher.
Week five of the ITA Summer Circuit will be held in East Lansing from July 23-25.
Letterwinners earned minimum grade point average of 3.7 for the 2015-16 academic year.
In all, 96 Spartans were recognized for having a 3.0 or higher GPA.
Went 10-18 overall in singles play and 18-19 overall in doubles competition ... Named Michigan State's winner of the Big Ten Sportsmanship Award ... He tied for team high with two conference victories ... He split time evenly serving as the No. 2 and No. 3 singles in 12 matches each and picking up two out of three victories while the third was unfinished at No. 1 singles.
Finished with a 9-15 singles record ... Recording two conference singles victories against Penn State's Christos Antonopoulos and Nebraska's Tomislav Antoljak ... Had a 11-11 doubles record being paired with both Jasper Koenen and Colin Harvey ... Recording two conference wins against Penn State's Constant De La Bassetiere and Christian Lakoselkac and #32 Minnesota's Felix Corwin and Eli Ogilvy.
Finished with a 1-3 singles record, his win coming against Penn State's Christian Lutschauni ... Had a 1-2 doubles record ... Paired with Jasper Koenen to beat Youngstown's Mitch Maroscher and Thomas Rodrigues.
Went 16-15 overall in singles play and 10-15 overall in doubles competition ... Named Michigan State's winner of the Big Ten Sportsmanship Award ... Led the team with 16 overall singles victories ... Led the team, tied with Jasper Koenen, with two conference victories in singles play.
Finished the spring with a 13-11 record in singles competition, including a 2-5 mark in Big Ten play ... Played at No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 singles, posting 1-0, 11-10 and 1-1 records at those spots, respectively ... Tallied a 5-12 record in doubles play with all five wins coming at No. 1 doubles with Mac Roy ... Paired with Mac Roy to defeat Simon Norenius and Nick Horton, 7-6, against No. 30 NC State ... Defeated C. Morin-Kougoucheff of No. 46 Louisville ... Won six consecutive matches from Jan. 29 to Feb. 14.
Entered the season ranked 37th in the nation by a preseason poll with doubles partner junior Mac Roy ... Earned five doubles victories in the fall, three with Mac Roy and two with Billy Shisler.
Finished with a 14-16 overall singles record and a 14-5 overall doubles record.
Tallied an 11-12 singles record, including 1-7 in the Big Ten, and a 7-3 doubles record ... In singles, played at the No. 4, No. 5 and No. 6 spots, finishing at 3-1, 5-4 and 3-7, respectively ... Played at all three doubles positions, earning a 1-0 record at No. 1, 5-2 record at No. 2 and 1-1 record at No. 3 ... Teamed with Mac Roy to defeat Georgia's No. 63 pair of Eric Diaz and Austin Smith at the ITA Kickoff in Athens, Ga., their one and only ranked opponent.
Compiled a 3-4 singles record and a 7-2 doubles record ... Paired with Mac Roy to defeat Illinois' Jared Hiltzik and Tim Kopinski, and Minnesota's Matic Spec and Ruben Weber.
Prior to MSU:
Three-year letterwinner at Detroit Catholic Central High School ... Won the state championship at No. 2 singles freshman year ... Selected all-state, all-district, and all-conference all four years ... Advanced to the fourth round of the National Championships in Kalamazoo ... Member of National Society of High School Scholars and participated in National Honors Society for two years.
Majoring in Human Biology.