No. 29 Doubles Preseason Ranking
Advanced to the quarterfinal round of doubles with Nikita at the Racquet Club Collegiate Invitational, fell to TCU in that round.
Finished 1-2 in singles play at the Racquet Club Collegiate Invitational. Lone win was against Texas Tech's Evan Nix.
Won the consolation title at the UTSA/ITA Men's Tennis Regionals at Texas A&M.
Advanced to the semifinals in the regionals in doubles play with Nikita Lis.
Finished the season with a combined 25-12 record, including an 11-9 singles 14-3 doubles mark.
Reeled off nine wins in 12 singles matches at one point, including three-straight wins two times.
Was 1-2 against conference foes.
Put up an 11-3 record in doubles play with Juuso Laitinen and 3-0 with Trey Crysel.
Played 17 matches in the first spot (10-2), two in the second spot (1-1) and three on court three (3-0).
Matched up against nationally-ranked foes Jeremy Efferding of Texas A&M and Nick Chappell of TCU.
Experienced an outstanding debut semester for Lamar, putting up a team-best 7-2 record
Started off career with five consecutive victories, picking up the top flight title at the Ron Wesbrooks Invitational after beating UTSA's Boburjon Kamiljanov, Incarnate Word's Jair Assuncao, Nicholls' Evan Karatzas and Tyler Junior College's Vaughn Hunter
Followed up with an opening round win over Texas Tech's Nicholas Melott at the USTA/ITA Texas Regional
Closed out semester with wins over TJC's James Martell and TCU's Trey Daniel at the Longhorn Invitational
Combined with Jeandre Hoogenboezem for a 6-3 record in doubles, beginning with the Flight Two crown at the Wesbrooks invite, posting wins over teams from Texas-Pan American, Nicholls and TJC
Also earned a pair of wins at the Texas Regional, beating UT Arlington's Daniel Armengol and Sebastian Ermicioiu as well as Texas Tech's Carlos DiLaura and Francisco Zambon
Picked up one victory at the Longhorn invite, beating Fabian Brand and Kolby Kilgo of UTSA.
Ranked in the top 25 in his age group in Germany after winning a pair of regional titles
Rated 285th overall in the country
Also owns a pair of Tennis Europe doubles crowns as well as an ITF Juniors doubles title.
Born Michael Gregor Feucht on June 27, 1995 in Augsburg, Germany
Son of Gregor and Petra Feucht
Mother was an accomplished professional tennis player.