Completed career with the most dual-match wins in school history with
96. Also is third in total singles wins (120), sixth in win percentage (.774)
and eighth in conference wins with 19. The German native also is tied for
first in most dual matches won in a single season with 28 and is tied for
eighth with most total singles matches won in a season with 37.
Tied for the second-most wins on the team with a 26-6 record and had the
most dual-match wins with a 23-4 mark ... Went 3-2 in the Sherwood
Cup, losing to teammate Attila Bucko in the consolation finals ... Played
mostly a mix of spots four and five in the Bears' lineup ... Went unranked
for a full season for the first time in his career ... Won 11 of 12 to open the
dual match season ... Lost his only three dual matches in a span of six
matches including the conference opener at Texas A&M ... Responded by
winning next five Big 12 contests to earn the positional championship at
No. 5 singles ... In the first match of the conference championship, beat
Andre Stenger of Nebraksa 6-2, 6-2 to claim the 93rd dual match win of
his career and move into first place on BU's career chart in the category ...
Combined with his hot streak during conference closed out year with
nine straight wins and no losses in 11 matches ... Played the fewest
amount of doubles matches in his career going 5-3 and 3-2 in dual match
play ... Played with three different partners, but had most success with
Sergio Ramirez as the duo finished 4-1 overall ... Did not compete during
fall season ... Earned a spot on the Big 12 Commisioner's Honor Roll for
the spring semester ... Named to the 2010 Academic All-Big 12 first team
... Received the distinction as a member of the Academic All-District VI ...
One of six Bears to be listed as a ITA Scholar-Athlete ... Became the third
BU tennis player to be name a Academic All-American ... Named the
team's Most Inspirational player as well as the Dr. Scott Livesay Team
MVP and the Jim Schwetman Student-Athlete of the Year.
2008-09 (Junior)... Recorded a 25-11 singles mark and a 15-9 doubles tally in third season in Waco ... Played in positions 3-5 in the Bears' spring dual match lineup,
while registering a 21-7 record ... Closed out the spring season on a 14-2
streak ... Secured Baylor's only point in its final match of the season with
a 6-2, 6-3 win over Wake Forest's No. 113 Matt Allare ... Finished the
season as the nation's 117th-ranked player in the ITA rankings ... In
spring doubles teamed with Julian Bley (11-5) and Maros Horny (3-2) to
post a 14-7 record while competing at No. 3 spot ... Completed fall play
with a 4-4 record ... Was ranked No. 44 in the ITA's preseason rankings ...
Most impressive win was a 6-1, 6-4 victory over 36th-ranked Dean
Jackson of the University of San Diego ... Advanced to the round of 16 at
the ITA Southwest Regional, losing to Texas A&M's Austin Krajicek ...
Posted a 1-2 doubles record, 1-1 with Marc Bruche and 0-1 when paired
with Julian Bley ... Named to ESPN The Magazine Men's At-Large
Academic All-District VI first team by CoSIDA ... Named to the
Academic All-Big 12 First Team ... Named to the Big 12 Commissioner's
Honor Roll for fall and spring semesters ... Honored as the team's Jim
Schwetman Student Athlete of the Year.
Registered the squad's best dual match singles record at 28-4 ... Was 37-9
on the season ... Ranked No. 79 at season's end ... Played primarily at No.
4 ... Was 15-1 over his last 16 matches ... Ended the season on an eightmatch
win streak ... Finished with a 21-17 doubles mark ... Played mainly
with Jordan Rux at No. 3 ... Academic All-Big 12 First Team ... Big 12
Commissioner's Honor Roll and Baylor's Dean's List for the fall and
spring semesters ... Team's Jim Schwetman Student Athlete of the Year.
Finished his rookie campaign with a team-best 32-9 singles record (tied
with fellow freshman Denes Lukacs) and was 18-15 in doubles ... Finished
with dual match records of 24-4 (singles) and 15-10 (doubles) ... Big 12
position champion at No. 5 (5-1) ... Named to the Big 12 Commissioner's
Honor Roll for fall and spring semesters ... Earned Baylor Dean's List
recognition in fall and spring terms ... Posted a 4.0 GPA in spring semester
... Honored as the Most Inspirational Player by his coaches.
Prior to Baylor...
Competed in both the French Open and U.S. Open Junior Tournaments ...
Ranked No. 35 in ITF World Juniors ... Won an ITF Grade 1 in Frankfurt.
Born Nov. 10, 1986, in Frankfurt, Germany... Son of Pavel and Zdenka
Mueller of Frankfurt, Germany ... Has one sister, Nicole Pfannekuch ...
Graduated from Freiherr-vom-Stein-Schule ... Hobbies include soccer ...