Feb. 10, 2014
EAST LANSING, Mich. - The Michigan State men's tennis team has a 4-4 record so far into its 2014 season. In an attempt to "Meet the Spartans," msuspartans.com will feature a student-athlete every week throughout the season. Senior Drew Lied (Brookfield, Wis.) is featured this week. Lied has a 5-2 singles record this season, with most of his matches coming on the No. 1 singles court. He is also 4-1 in doubles when teaming with sophomore John Patrick Mullane.
Major: Applied Engineering
Hometown: Brookfield, Wis.
Favorite part about your hometown: The people, hands down
Siblings: One brother, Jake, and two sisters, Carolyn and Erica
Reason for coming to MSU: The opportunities
Post-school plans: Play/coach tennis
How long have you been playing tennis: 16 years
Nicknames: D-Lied, Bulldog, DL, Lieder
Hobbies: Ping pong, softball
Something most people don't know about you: I can do the wave with my stomach
Favorite cafeteria on campus: Brody
Favorite cereal: Honey Nut Cheerios
Favorite cartoon character: Otto from Rocket Power
Celebrity crush: Jennifer Aniston
Favorite class at MSU: Still waiting
If your life was a movie, what actor would you want to play you and why: Van Wilder - he's doing it right
Last movie you watched: "Animal House"
Biggest fear: Working in a cubicle for the rest of my life
How your friends would describe you: Hard working, competitive
How you pass time on away road trips: Have some serious philosophical debates
What you are most looking forward to this tennis season: Winning it all