2014-15 • SOPHOMORE SEASON Concluded the year with a 7-7 singles record and went 0-1 in doubles • earned Minnesota’s Team Spirit Award • named the first-ever Most Valauble Gopher (September) for going above and beyond the call of duty as an ambassador of the Maroon and Gold • Academic All-Big Ten • had a 3-0 spring singles record at the No. 5 and 6 positions and did not compete in dual match doubles play • posted straight-set wins over opponents from South Dakota State (Jan. 17), Green Bay (Jan. 30) and The Citadel (Feb. 28) • went 4-7 in fall singles play and dropped his lone doubles match alongside Tucker Saxon • opened sophomore campaign with a straight-set win over Monmouth's Bee Kumthonkittikul (Sept. 26) • picked up a first-round qualifying win at the ITA Central Region Championships (Oct. 9) and a first-round win against Nebraska's Bradford Zitsch at the Big Ten Indoor Championships (Nov. 1).
2013-14 • FRESHMAN SEASON ITA Scholar-Athlete • finished 3-11 in singles with a 2-3 mark in doubles • in the spring, picked up two wins in singles and had his lone doubles match against Green Bay go unfinished • defeated Oklahoma State's Chris Haworth in straight sets to become the first-ever opposing player to win a match at Oklahoma State's Greenwood Tennis Center (Jan. 19) • went 1-4 in fall singles • picked up his first collegiate victory against Princeton's Augie Bloom at the Gopher Invitational (Oct. 31).
PRIOR TO MINNESOTA Three-time tennis varsity letterwinner and three-time All-Ozark Conference honoree at Joplin High School under head coach Sean McWilliams • won 2013 Missouri state championship, finishing the year with a 36-1 record • was ranked second in the USTA's Missouri Valley region and reached as high as No. 47 in the national rankings in 2013 • claimed three conference and district titles • won the USTA National Open 18 singles championship in Denver in 2012 with a 6-3, 7-6 (3) win over top-seeded Jordan Daigle of Lafayette, La. • two-time Missouri Valley doubles champion.
PERSONAL Undecided on a major • earned a 4.3 GPA in the first semester of his senior year and was a member of the Ozark Conference All-Academic Team • most memorable sports thrill was winning the National Open championship in 2012 • enjoys listening to music, weightlifting, and reading • son of Joy Dworkin and Thomas Lynn • born Sept. 16, 1994.