14 Red Storm teams represented on all-conference list.
Red Storm finishes fourth in the BIG EAST for the second-consecutive season.
Red Storm will battle loser of Notre Dame vs. USF for third place Sunday.
Red Storm will play two-time defending champion Louisville in semifinal matchup.
St. John's takes on No. 6 seed Marquette in championship quarterfinals Friday at noon.
Spring 2011: Helped guide the Red Storm to a program-record 17 wins with nine wins in singles play, including eight at the No. 1 singles position ... earned a 6-7(5), 6-3, 6-4 win in the top singles position in the opening round of the BIG EAST Championships to lead STJ to a 4-3 win over No. 60 DePaul (April 29) ... defeated Columbia's Haig Schneiderman 6-3, 6-2 (March 26) at the No. 1 singles slot ... won a 6-7(5), 6-1, 6-2 decision against No. 64 Penn (March 18) at the No. 2 singles position ... opened the season by winning four of his first five singles matches ... picked up nine wins in doubles action, including seven with teammate Mike Lampa ... paired with Lampa to win three doubles matches in a row, concluding with the No. 2 doubles matchup by an 8-2 margin against DePaul in the opening round of the BIG EAST Championship.
Fall 2010: Finished the fall season with a team-best 11-2 record in singles play ... went 4-0 in the No. 2 singles position to win the Fall Columbia Classic (Oct. 8-10) ... defeated three Ivy League opponents en route to the tournament title ... finished the USTA Invitational (Sept. 24-26) with a 2-1 record at the No. 2 singles position ... finished 4-0 to win the No. 3 singles bracket of the Farnsworth/Princeton Invitational (Sept. 18-20) to open the fall season... won three matches in doubles play with teammate Mike Lampa, competing primarily in the No. 2 position.
Spring 2010: Won 12 matches as a transfer from Radford ... played in the No. 3, 4, and 5 positions with a record of 12-10 ... defeated Stony Brook (April 19) and Bryant (April 17) in the final non-conference matches of the season ... put together a four-match win streak that included two conference victories and an Ivy League win: Connecticut (April 1), Villanova (April 1), Monmouth (March 31) and Yale (March 28) ... won his first-ever BIG EAST Conference match at Georgetown (March 21) ... three of his first five victories at St. John's came against Ivy League institutions: Harvard (March 12), then-No. 71 Princeton (Feb. 21), and Dartmouth (Feb. 14) ... won final five doubles matches of the season with partners Mike Lampa, Milo Hauk and Asaf Honig.
Fall 2009: Sat out the fall season after transferring from Radford.
At Radford: Played two seasons at Radford University in Radford, Va., prior to transferring to St. John's ... finished with an even 11-11 singles record in 2009, helping the Highlanders to a 20-4 overall record, including a 6-0 conference mark ... finished with a 14-7 record in doubles competition, competing primarily at the No. 3 doubles spot.
Personal: Won the 16U Serbian National Championship in 2006 and reached the finals of the 18U Winter National Championships ... registered a 7-2 record while competing on the Serbian Futures Circuit, advancing to the main draw on separate occasions and winning one main draw match to earn first ATP point ... climbed to as high as fourth in the 18U Serbian national junior rankings.