2014 All-Big 12 Doubles
2014 Academic All-Big 12 (first team)
2013 All-Big 12 Singles & Doubles
2012 ITA All-America Singles
2012 Big 12 Freshman of the Year
2012 All-Big 12 Singles
Five-time Big 12 Commissioner's Honor selection
2013-14 (Junior): Named to fall and spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll...Earned spot on Academic All-Big 12 first team.
2012-13 (Sophomore): Won the HEB Intercollegiate singles title for second year in a row ...Posted a 7-2 record in singles action ... Was 2-1 vs. ranked opponents
defeating No. 34 Hunter Reese of Tennessee ... Finished 5-3 in doubles
action with partner Julian Lenz...Named to spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll.
Earned All-American status and finished the year ranked 17th in singles
... Named the Big 12 Freshman of the Year and was the player of the
week twice (April 9 and 16) ... Named the Texas Region Rookie of the
Year ... Posted a 36-9 singles record, was 22-5 in dual match action, at No.
1 ... No. 2 on BU's all-time freshman season wins list (36) and No. 10 on
the all-time season win list ... Wrapped up conference play at 4-1 ... Was
15-9 against ranked opponents with a win over No. 5 Eric Quigley of
Kentucky 6-4, 7-6 (10-8) ... Finished the year ranked 73rd with teammate
Roberto Maytin in doubles ...Was 20-14 in doubles on the season, 15-12 in
dual match play ... Tallied a 3-2 record during conference play with
teammate Diego Galeano ... Ranked the No. 3 freshman in the ITA
Preseason Individual rankings ... Finished fall play with a team-best 11-2
singles mark and was 5-2 in doubles ... Opened the season at 7-0, won the
singles championship of the HEB-Baylor Invitational, defeated teammate
and 23rd-ranked Roberto Maytin in the championship ... Advanced to
round two of the qualifying draw of the ITA All-American and to the
semifinals of the ITA Texas Regional ... Lost in the semis to Texas Tech's
11th-ranked Gonzalo Escobar ... Teamed with three partners in doubles,
Lars Behlen, Maying and Kike Grangeiro ... Named to both fall and
spring Big 12 Commissioner's Honor Roll.
Two-time European Team champion ... Four-time Hungarian champion ...
Was first Hungarian to win European Junior Masters ... Was ranked No. 1
player in the 16 and under division by the European Tennis Association
in 2008 ... Ranked No. 7 junior player by International Tennis Federation
... Played in the Roland Garros, U.S. Open, and Wimbledon, and reached
the quarterfinals at the Youth Olympic Games in Singapore.
Mate Zsiga (Mah-tay Zhi-ga) ... Born May 5, 1992, in Deggendorf,
Germany ... Son of Dr. László and Edit Zsiga of Szeged, Hungary ... Has
one brother, Marton ... Hobbies include playing basketball and other
sports ... Majoring in business.