MU to honor Dykema, Stearns and Trukov
Oct. 7-9 in South Bend, Ind.
The Golden Eagles boast seven returners and four newcomers.
Team award winners also announced
Junior helped MU rally for win at DePaul
2015-16, 2016-17 BIG EAST All-Academic Team
Senior (2016-17): Claimed six singles wins on the year … Posted 5-4 mark during tourney play … Collected five doubles victories in dual action and seven overall … Earned fourth letter.
Junior (2015-16): Named Marquette’s Most Improved Player … Posted 11 overall singles wins, including eight in dual competition … Seven of his decisions came at the No. 4 spot … Saw action at No. 2 and 3 doubles … Claimed pair of doubles wins with Kristiyan Trukov at the BIG EAST Tournament.
Sophomore (2014-15) - Tabbed the team's Most Improved Player ... Compiled an overall singled record of 14-6 ... Reached a 9-1 singles record for the spring campaign, including a 5-0 mark at the No. 5 position ... Ended the season with a seven-match singles winning streak ... Achieved seven victories in doubles play for the season ... Finished 3-0 in singles at the Milwaukee Tennis Classic (Sept. 12-14) to open the season ... Lost in the quarterfinals at the Ball State Invite (Sept. 26-27) to the eventual champion of Flight B ... Recorded a 5-5 record in singles play in the fall.
2013-14 (Freshman): Went 2-2 in singles action for the Golden Eagles.
High School: Attended St. Georges School in Montreal, Canada ... Two-time (2010-11, 2011-12) most valuable player selection by the Greater Montreal Athletics Association ... Provincial singles and doubles champion at three different age groups (U14, U16, U18) ... Qualified for the national doubles final on four occasions ... Undefeated in high school singles competition two years in a row.
Personal: Born February 28, 1995 in Montreal Canada ... Son of Karen and Michael Stearns ... Has one sister, Katie ... Majoring in advertising.
Stearns' Career Results
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