Went 3-1 in singles during the year … Went 2-1 at the 2015 MLK Invitational with wins over Eric Diaz of Georgia and Casey Kay of Georgia Tech … Gave Oklahoma a point with a straight-sets win over Stuart Depaolo in OU’s regular season win over North Carolina … Went 2-3 in doubles including a 2-1 mark with partner Spencer Papa.
(SPRING) Finished the season 12-9 in singles including a 5-3 mark at No. five singles… Defeated Clement Horns at No. 5 singles to help the Sooners claim a 4-0 victory against Texas in the semifinals round of the Big 12 Championships…Quickly topped Pedro Dumont of Wake Forest to help the Sooners dispatch the then No. 21 ranked Demon Deacons…Earned a hard fought, three-set win (6-7, 6-3, 1-0) at No. 6 singles in the Sooners’ win over San Diego.
Fall 2012 (Freshman)
Picked up singles wins over players from UNC-Wilmington and UT-Chattanooga… had a 2-2 doubles record
Attended the Bill Adams International Tennis Academy… Ranked 16th by tennisrecruiting.net… Was the top ranked junior player in New York and fourth in the Atlantic region… Won the Dutch Caribbean Championships... Also was the top-place finisher at the Mendham Eastern USA Designated Tournament and the Lakes Eastern USA Tournament… Ranked 172 by the International Tennis Federation… Reached the round of 16 in singles and doubles in the 2012 USTA Junior National Championships… Made it to the quarterfinals in the Canadian Under 18 World Ranking Event and the USA Grass Court Championships.
Born April 8, 1994 in Tarrytown, N.Y… Attended Sleepy Hollow Ms. High School… Son of Barabara and Jeff Siegel… Favorite athletes are Wilfried Tsonga and Roger Federer