2014 All-Southland Conference Second Team -- Singles
No. 29 Doubles Preseason Ranking
Advanced to the quarterfinal round of doubles with Michael Feucht at the Racquet Club Collegiate Invitational, fell to TCU in the quarterfinals round. Guillermo de Vilchez of Wichita State.
Finished 1-2 in singles play at the Racquet Club Collegiate Invitational. Lone win was against Guillermo de Vilchez of Wichita State.
Reached the semifinals in singles completion with a 4-1 record at the Rice Fall Invitational and wins over Uannick Junger of UTSA and Nebraska's Ford Zitsch and top-seeded Dusty Boyer.
Won the Ron Wesbrook Fight One Singles Championship against Texas-Pan American's Juan Cruz-Soria.
Voted second team All-Southland Conference.
Jumped between the first and second courts in singles play and finished with an overall record of 14-8.
Started out the season with four-straight wins, over No. 11 Texas A&M's Junior Ore, Alcorn State's Lucas Morviac, Louisiana-Lafayette's Rick de Groot and UT-Arlington's Carlos Arbiza.
Was 6-4 in slot one and 8-4 in slot two during singles.
Finished the year 5-15 in doubles, with three different teammates during the season.
With Steven McMullan he was 0-3, Trey Crysel 1-4 and Mikko Rajamaki 4-4.
Went 3-5 in first semester in Beaumont
Opened season with a win over Midwestern State's Kyle Davidson at the Tyler Junior College Quad Match
Picked up two more wins at the Ron Wesbrooks Invitational, knocking off Incarnate Word's Leonard Ivic and Texas-Pan American's Ricardo Hopker
Went 3-4 in doubles with Steven McMullan
Knocked off LU teammates Juuso Laitinen and Mikko Rajamaki to earn top flight title at Ron Wesbrooks Invitational
Other wins came over teams from Ouachita Baptist, Nicholls and UIW.
Attended Lyceum No. 49
Ranked as high as seventh in his age group in Russia
Winner of multiple Tennis Europe and ITF Junior titles.
Born Nikita Lis on April 10, 1995 in Kaliningrad, Russia
Son of Andrey and Nataly Lis.