Sophomore (2015-2016): Posted a record of 12-10 in singles play between the No. 2, 3, 4, and 5 flights, including a 10-7 record at the No. 5 spot. Kichigin also went 9-9 in doubles play, between the No. 1, 2, and 3 spots. As the season progressed, he found himself moving from the No. 3 doubles spot to the No. 2 spot, playing the final six matches in a row at that spot. He picked up a 6-2 win with Juan Estevarena in the No. 1 doubles flight on April 3 against the Citadel. Kichigan played an impactful role in the College’s run for their first CAA Championship, and a berth in the NCAA tournament against No. 3 ranked North Carolina.
Freshman (2014-2015): 14-7 singles record, including five wins at the No. 3 position. The rest of his matches 16 matches were played at the No. 4 singles spot. In doubles play, Kichigin won three matches at the No. 3 spot, four at the No. 2 position, and he won his only match at the No. 1 spot against Hampden-Sydney.
High School: Kichigin was a finalist in his native Russia in the ITF G4 singles and doubles... Won the St. Petersburg City Championship (U16) and was a finalist in teh U18 division... Ranked 348 in the ITF... Finalist in Russian national team championship, while representing Saint Petersburg.
Personal: Vasily comes to The College with the hopes of developing his character and his tennis abilities. He aspires to be a professional tennis player and looks up to Milos Raonic for his dedication, hard work and character
|Hometown:||Saint Petersburg, Russia|
|High School:||School N700|