2012-13: Played in the team’s top two singles slots for the entire season...earned All-UAA Second Team honors at second singles...finished the year as the No. 18-ranked singles player in the ITA Central Region...compiled an overall singles record of 24-13, including marks of 6-5 at No. 1 and 10-5 at No. 2…posted a combined 6-6 doubles mark with five different partners...named UAA Player of the Week on September 17 after winning the Flight A singles title at the Kenyon Invitational (Sept. 15-16).
2011-12: Played as team’s No. 1 singles player for most of the season and became the first player in program history to be named UAA Rookie of the Year…also became first CWRU singles player since 1977 to qualify for NCAA Championship Tournament…ended rookie campaign as the No. 37-ranked singles player in the nation and No. 6 player in the ITA Central Region...finished the season with a team-best 20 singles wins (20-14 overall), including a 10-5 mark at No. 1…posted a combined 10-6 doubles mark with four different partners…teamed with Rohan Patel for a 3-1 record at No. 3 doubles…played most of the season as the only freshman No. 1 singles player amongst ITA nationally ranked teams…scored the deciding point to defeat No. 13 nationally ranked Carnegie Mellon as the team matched the best UAA Championship finish (third) in school history…named UAA Player of the Week on September 19 after posting a 3-2 record against strictly Division I competition at the Purdue Invitational…advanced to the quarterfinal round of the USTA/ITA Central Region Championship on September 23-25…named the CWRU Bill Sudeck Rookie of the Year.
Personal: Labeled a four-star recruit by the Tennis Recruiting Network…highest ranked recruit in the history of Case Western Reserve University tennis…won four Virginia AA State Championships – one in singles and three in doubles…ranked eighth in the Mid-Atlantic region of the USTA Boys 16 and earned a top-200 ranking in the nation…member of the National Honor Society with a 3.7 grade point average...son of James and Holly Drougas...James was a two-time Academic All-American® tennis student-athlete at CWRU.