Freshman (2013-14)- Named All-BIG EAST Conference performer .... Earned the team's MVP award along with teammate Dan Mamalat ... Led the team with 27 singles victories ... Posted 15 wins in doubles play with teammate Cameron Tehrani ...Appeared in first collegiate match at the Milwaukee Tennis Classic and complied a 1-1 doubles and 2-1 singles record (Sept. 13-15)...Captured a flight title and dropped only one set at the Purdue Fall Invitational (Sept. 20-22)...Earned two Flight B titles in singles and doubles with Cameron Tehrani at the Ball State Invitational (Oct. 5-6)...Finished the fall campaign with doubles and singles play at the Texas Invitational...Advanced to round 32 of the doubles campaign with Logon Collins before falling to a duo from TCU (Oct. 25-26)...
High School: Four-year letter winner at West De Pere High School, coached by his father, John Dykema ... Concluded career with 109-16 overall record in No. 1 singles ... Posted a career-best third-place finish in the top division at the state tournament ... Was seeded fourth in the postseason event and fell in semifinals to eventual champion ... Posted overall record of 31-3 in singles in 2012-13 .. Went 27-4 in singles matches during his junior season and was a favorite to contend for the state title, until injuries forced him to retire in the quarterfinals ... Four-time conference singles champion ... Claimed three sectional titles during his career ... Represented Wisconsin at the national level in the District Cup Championships in Kalamazoo, Mich. ... The Green Bay Press-Gazette has named him as the tennis player of the year in 2011, 2012 and 2013.
Personal: Born August 19, 1995 in Green Bay, Wis. ... Son of John and Lisa Dykema ... Has three brothers (David, Jack and Harry) ... Undecided on a major.