Fall: Posted 7-4 singles mark with one loss in three sets to a ranked opponent ... Defeated Rodrigo Lama of Southern Illinois and East Tennessee's Lisandro Picardo in three sets before falling to Tennessee's 116th-ranked Davey Sandgren in three sets in semifinals at MT Invitational ... Picked up wins over Georgia Tech's Austin Roebuck and Domagoj Anic of Southern Miss before dropping decision to Georgia's Ricardo Gonzalez at Georgia Tech Invitational ... Defeated East Tennessee's Predrag Burmazovic in three sets, Amrit Narasimhan of Memphis and Vanderbilt's Nathan Sachs at Volunteer State Challenge ... Lost in three sets to Alabama's Javier Bes in first round of ITA Southeast Championships ... Picked up three doubles victories with Marc Rocafort, defeating Furman (Crook-Sobszyk) and Central Florida (Roesch-Sakey) at Georgia Tech Invitational and Tennessee (Stephens-Racz) at Volunteer State Challenge.
Spring: Enrolled in January and compiled an 8-5 singles and 8-6 doubles record ... Played at Nos. 5 and 6 with one match at No. 3 in singles ... Won first four matches as Blue Raider, including wins over Virginia Tech's Brandon Corace and Indiana's Araud Roessel ... Lost next three outings to Georgia Tech's Scott Blackmon, Rice's Rodrigo Gabriel and South Alabama's R.J. Nagel ... Came back with four consecutive wins, including a 6-7 (8), 6-2, 7-5, triumph over Fresno State's Sam Tadevosian and straight-set victories over Texas A&M-Corpus Christi's Jan Cingel, Louisville's Johnny Berrido and South Florida's Juan Barragan ... Lost final two matches of the year, 6-4, 4-6, 6-10, to Vanderbilt's Nik Cromydas and 3-6, 6-3, 4-6, to Tulsa's Ross Cunningham in first round of NCAA Team Championships ... Lost only doubles match of the year with Rishan Kuruppu to Belmont (Lima-Abreu) ... Played other 13 outings with Greg Pollack, compiling 8-5 mark ... Defeated Minnesota (Debreyne-Dumas) and South Alabama (Huffman-Kricka) but lost three of first five outings ... Won next three matches, including triumphs over Fresno State (Cech-Tadevosian), Louisville (Radman-Naughton) and Vanderbilt (Cromydas-Magarik) ... Lost in tiebreaker (5) to Louisiana-Lafayette (Corduneanu-Domoney) but came back with a tiebreaker victory (5) versus Memphis (Jetter-Pilant) ... Won both outings in Sun Belt Championships, defeating Denver (Nipic-Zetterholm) and UL (Corduneanu-Domoney) ... Dropped an 8-5 decision to Tulsa (Soriano-Gray) in NCAA Team Championships.