Junior (2006-07) -- Van Lieshout played in 11 matches to tally a 6-4 overall record and 4-3 in dual play. He played at the No. 4, No. 5, and No. 6 singles spots, finishing with a 1-0, 2-0 and 1-3 record respectively. Van Lieshout won the first two matches he played in the spring, defeating Wright State and Bethune-Cookman. He finished the season winning 2-of-3 matches. Van Lieshout saw much success with Trent Hagan in doubles action as the pair went 24-10 in 24 matches earning a 2-1 BIG EAST record. At the no. 2 doubles slot the duo posted a 12-6 dual record. They opened the spring season on a hot streak winning their first four matches and going 8-2 over the first 10. Their only losses in that time coming at the hands of DePaul and Purdue.
Sophomore (2005-06) -- Van Lieshout saw limited action his sophomore season posting an 8-6 overall record. Van Lieshout played two matches at no. 6 singles in the spring registering a 1-1 record. Played doubles primarily with Brett Binkley in the spring going 11-7 overall at all three doubles spot. The duo suffered only one loss at no. 2 doubles in dual competition and were undefeated (5-0) in conference play. Binkley and Van Lieshout were 2-4 at no. 1 doubles and 1-0 at no. 3 doubles.
Freshman (2004-05) -- Van Lieshout saw a wealth of action in his first season, playing in 29 singles and 34 doubles matches. He was 7-6 in singles and a strong 11-9 in doubles at the no. 2, leading to a 19-15 mark in doubles play.
Prior to Marquette --Van Lieshout was a three-year letterwinner at Oshkosh North. He was a first-team all-conference selection for three years. He placed third at the state championships in no. 1 singles as a senior.
Personal -- The youngest of Bill and Sandy Van Lieshout's three children. His sister, Margie, played on the Wis.-MIlwaukee women's tennis team. He is majoring in Criminology and Law Studies.