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Mischa Nowicki

Class:
Graduated

Hometown:
Herdecke, Germany

High School:
Goethe Gymnasium Dortmund

Height / Weight:
6-0 / 162


2013-14 (Sr.): Named All-American Athletic Conference in doubles... Ended the season ranked 55th in the nation in doubles with Arkidjas Slobodkins... Singles: Went 9-17 for the season, with seven wins in dual matches... Spent most of the season at the No. 2 and 3 positions... Beat Dragos Ignat of No. 19 Columbia on March 18... Advanced to the semifinals of the Jack Kramer Club Invite... Went 3-4 overall in the fall... Doubles: Paired with freshman Arkidjas Slobodkins to go 4-3 to finish the spring in doubles, including a win over No. 8 Joe Salisbury and David O'Hare of No. 21 Memphis in the conference semifinals... The duo went undefeated in their last three matches of the season... Went 2-1 in the fall... Began the fall ranked 43rd in doubles with Kazijevs.

2012-13 (Jr.): Singles: Went 11-8 in the spring, appearing in the fifth position 10 times (6-4), fourth position eight times (4-4) and the third position once (1-0)... Went undefeated over a seven game stretch (March 19-April 12)... Won four matches against players from ranked teams... After starting the season 4-6, went 7-2 to end the season... Beat Zvonimir Podvinski of No. 73 Old Dominion 6-4, 6-4 in the first round of the Conference USA Championships... Doubles: Named Second Team All-C-USA... Combined with Arturs Kazijevs to be SMU's top doubles duo on the season, and went 12-6 in doubles in the spring, winning their last eight matches of the regular season (March 29-April 14)... The pair was ranked as high as 53rd in the nation (Feb. 12) and was ranked for a total of eight weeks during the spring... The duo defeated No. 81 Oliver Pramming and Ignacio Gonzalez of No. 65 South Florida (April 7) and No. 13 David Holiner and Chris Camillone of 23rd-ranked Texas; Holiner and Camillone would later advance all the way to the NCAA Doubles Championship match... They beat four doubles pairs of ranked teams and spent the whole spring in the No. 1 position... The pair helped SMU to a 30-22 record in doubles as a team and helped the Mustangs become ranked as high as 65th nationally... Finished the year ranked 84th in the nation in doubles.


2011-12 (So.): Singles: Went 8-11 overall, playing at the No. 2, 3, 4 and 5 positions... Had a 2-1 record at No. 2 with wins over Ricardo Hopker of UT-Pan American (6-1, 6-2) and Tianyu Bao of Florida Gulf Coast (6-4, 6-1)... Doubles: Combined for a 5-9 record at the No. 1 and 3 positions.

2010-11 (Fr.): Singles: Went 15-9 in singles play... Had a four-match win streak April 10-22, before losing to Sam Garforth-Bles of Rice 4-6, 1-6 in the Conference USA semifinals... Fell to No. 89 Daniel Stahl of Notre Dame 4-6, 6-7 (3-7) on April 3... Picked up a big 4-6, 7-6 (7-5), 1-0 (10-7) win against Oklahoma State's Aleksey Bessonov on March 22... Posted an eight-match win streak from March 6-22, including five straight-set matches... Lost to No. 110 Roberto Maytin of Baylor 1-6, 4-6 on Feb. 20... Doubles: Went 6-4 in doubles action... Played primarily with David Costa or Gaston Cuadranti... Ended the season by winning four of his last five doubles matches of the season... Lost to No. 32 Julian Bley and Kike Grangeiro of Baylor (7-9) on Feb. 20 and No. 56 Mike Ward and Nikolas Zogaj of Arkansas (5-8) on Jan. 30... Opened the season with an 8-5 win over Ricardo Hopker and Abdel Riani of UT-Pan Am. on Jan. 22.

Prior to SMU: Played for the Dortmunder TK RW 98 Club Team... Played in several international tournaments.

Personal: Anticipated international business major... Chose SMU because of its tennis program and coaching staff, and the city of Dallas... Enjoys watching his favorite soccer club Borussia Dortmund, playing playstation, surfing the Internet, and spending time with his friends and family... Parents are Norbert and Elke Nowicki... Has three brothers.