Picked up where he left off in the spring, finishing 11-9 in singles on the year ... Went 5-7 at No. 1 and 6-2 at the second spot ... Beat Alcorn State's Lucas Morviac for his first win of the season ... Followed up by winning four of the next five, beating Kashyap Ashok (Jackson State), Daniel Echeverry (UT Arlington), Sebastien Job (UTPA) and Bruno Snyder (Prairie View A&M) ... Recorded four more victories over a five-match span with wins against Ramon Simonetti (USC Upstate), Gabriel Sciacca Dias (San Francisco), Paulo Alvarado (Southern Miss) and Mike Psarros (UMKC) ... Also beat Nebraska-Omaha's Adam Dockery and finished strong with a win over Partha Adavelly of Nicholls in the Southland Tournament ... Ranked as LU's top doubles player, ending 14-3, which included an 11-3 mark with Juuso Laitinen ... The duo finished 10-2 at the top position in the line-up and at one point took home eight consecutive decisions with wins over Alcorn State, Jackson State, UTPA, PVAMU, USC Upstate, San Francisco, Troy and Southern Miss ... Also picked up wins with Laitinen over Wichita State, Nebraska-Omaha and Oral Roberts ... Closed out season with a 3-0 mark with partner Trey Crysel, beating Incarnate Word in the season finale before earning victories against Nicholls and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi in the Southland Tournament.
Fall 2013: 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.
Prep: Attended Maria-Theresia-Gymnasium ... 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.
Personal: Born Michael Gregor Feucht on June 27, 1995 in Augsburg, Germany ... Son of Gregor and Petra Feucht ... Mother was an accomplished professional tennis player.