Defeated Incarnate Word's Tucker Brown (6-2, 6-2) in first round of Corpus Tourney
Took down UTPA's Hector Ramierez (6-2, 6-2) to advance to the second round
Had an 8-13 overall singles record and play on courts four, five and six during the season.
Finished with a 2-1 record on four, 5-5 on court five and 1-4 on six.
Reeled of three-straight wins to start the season off 3-1, and all three wins were on different courts.
Played on all three courts in doubles play and finished with a 10-11 record, matched up with Jeandre Hoogenboezem (6-7) and Nikita Lis (4-4).
Went 3-5 in singles
Beat Texas-Pan American's Joseph Bishop and Incarnate Word's Tucker Brown to advance to Flight Four title match at the Ron Wesbrooks Invitational
Also beat Eman Esfandi of Laredo Community College at the Longhorn Invitational
Teamed up with fellow countryman Juuso Laitinen in doubles, posting a 3-3 record
Fell to teammates Nikita Lis and Steven McMullan in Flight One championship at Ron Wesbrooks Invitational
Also racked up victories over teams from UTSA and Texas-Pan American.
Posted 5-14 record in singles with a 2-3 conference mark
Played primarily in the fifth position, going 4-10 with wins over New Orleans' Guillermo Aylon, Radford's Randall Carter, Prairie View A&M's Daniel Vasquez and Oral Roberts' Braxton Bates
Recorded 1-4 record at No. 4 with a win over Bhavtaran Singh of Alcorn State
Teamed up with Bruno Snyder for a 4-8 doubles mark, picking up wins over teams from UTSA, Florida A&M, Prairie View A&M and Oral Roberts
Went 1-1 with Trey Crysel, beating Vitali Vasileuski and Singh of Alcorn.
Went 5-8 in singles with victories over Dillon Eizember of Tyler Junior College, Ross Peets of SMU and both Manel Estruega and James Russell of Nicholls
Also beat Sebastian Gomez of UT Arlington to advance to the Round of 64 at the ITA/USTA Texas Regional
In doubles play, he combined with Carl-Philip Lindqvist to post a 2-4 record
Won matches against Mason Harrel and Peets of SMU and Cahit Kapukiran and Hans Adrian Riseng of Stetson.
Put together a 5-9 record with a 1-4 mark in Southland play
Went 0-1 at No. 5 singles, and 5-8 at the sixth spot
Posted wins over Fabrice Myrtil at Florida A&M, Max Helgeson vs. UMKC, Maxim Tkachenko of Alcorn State, Chris Ewald of UAPB and Victor Alves of UTPA
Compiled 5-11 record in doubles play and went 5-10 with partner Bruno Snyder
Picked up wins over Troy's Andres Sanchez and Tommy Cundy, FAMU's Myrtil and Temuera Asafu-Adjave, Alcorn's Tkachenko and Alexander Lidzar and UT Arlington's Nicolas Moreno and Jason Lateko.
Represented Finland at the European Championships
Won more than 20 medals in Finnish National Championship events
Ranked among the top 10 junior players in Finland.
Born Mikko Matias Rajamaki on August 27, 1992 in Hanku, Finland
Son of Veli and Sirkku Rajamaki.