|Hometown:||Overland Park, Kan.|
|High School:||Blue Valley Northwest|
2015-16: Received All-America honors for his doubles play for the second-straight season, teaming with CJ Krimbill to reach the semifinals of the NCAA Division III Doubles Championships, also for the second-straight year… Selected to the All-UAA First Team for his play at no. 1 doubles… Ended his career ranked second in school history in career doubles wins (92-29) and winning percentage (.760), and seventh in career singles wins (53-35)… Went 33-6 in doubles play during the year, including a 25-4 mark in first doubles matches in the spring… Registered the most doubles wins in a single season by a Spartan… Won 16-consecutive doubles matches between April 2nd and May 27th… Added a 19-13 mark in singles matches during the season, including a 14-8 record as the team’s fourth singles player… Teamed with Krimbill to reach the finals of the main doubles draw at the ITA Fall Central Region Championships… Advanced to the quarterfinals of the main singles consolation draw at the event as well… Named the UAA Athlete of the Week on May 31… Received Spring UAA All-Academic honors.
2014-15: As a junior, went 19-13 in singles play and 28-10 in doubles...Named ITA Central Region Player to Watch...All-UAA Second team in doubles...Top four finish at the NCAA Championships...All-American.
2013-14: Posted a 12-4 singles mark and went a combined 22-8 with six different doubles partners…named to All-UAA Second Team at third doubles…earned wins in all three doubles positions…teamed with James Fojtasek for a 9-4 record, including a 5-2 mark at No. 3…went 3-1 with CJ Krimbill at No. 1.
2012-13: Compiled an overall record of 12-10 as a freshman…went 9-5 with six different doubles partners…teamed with Richard Brunsting for a 2-0 mark at No. 3 doubles.
Personal: Earned four varsity letters in tennis and played one season of basketball at Blue Valley Northwest…named Eastern Kansas League Scholar Athlete for four consecutive seasons…member of Blue Valley team that finished third at the state tournament in 2012…won a Kansas State Doubles Championship as a senior…member of National Honor Society…son of Stacy and Diane Stuerke.