• Two-time CAA Singles Player of the Week
Sophomore Season (2014-15)
Compiled a singles mark of 16-10 as a fixture in the Tribe lineup … Played as high as No. 2 in the lineup and saw the most action at No. 4, including during the CAA and NCAA Tournaments … Finished at 12-7 in dual-match singles action, including a 7-2 ledger at No. 4 … Compiled a 2-1 mark at No. 2 singles … Provided the Tribe with key singles wins at the No. 4 position in CAA Tournament with victories over Elon’s Brian Kowalski and Charleston’s Vasily Kichigan … Clinched the Tribe’s wins over George Mason with a win at No. 4 … Posted a singles wins at No. 4 against No. 29 Harvard and at No. 57 Princeton … Named CAA Doubles Team of the Week along with Addison Appleby on Jan. 28 … Combined with Appleby to go 10-4 in doubles play … Won 20 doubles matches, including an impressive 16-5 ledger in dual-match play … Finished the season teaming with Christian Cargill at No. 3 doubles and the duo compiled a 7-1 mark, including five straight wins to end the year … The duo won all three matches during the CAA Tournament to help the Tribe to the doubles point in all three matches … Advanced to the round of 16 at the ITA Atlantic Region Doubles Championship with Will Juggins.
Freshman Season (2013-14)
Won the final eight singles matches of the year and led the Tribe with a 22-9 singles mark as a freshman … His winning percentage of 71 ranks seventh all-time among W&M freshmen … Racked up an impressive 15-3 (.833) dual-match singles mark, including an unprecedented 13-0 record at No. 5 singles … Led team with seven fall singles wins … Named CAA Singles Player of the Week on April 1 after wins against Delaware and No. 4 Virginia … Against the Cavaliers, downed Harrison Richmond, who was ranked as high as No. 51 nationally during the season and was a 2013 alternate for the NCAA Singles Championship … Clinched W&M wins over South Carolina State, UTSA, Delaware and UMBC … Won at No. 5 singles against No. 24 Penn State … Notched an important win at No. 5 singles in the Tribe’s come-from-behind win over ODU … Won his CAA semifinal match at No. 4 singles, outlasting Charleston’s Zach Lewis in three sets … Posted a 14-8 (.636) doubles mark, including a 7-1 dual-match mark … Went 3-1 at the UVA Fall Invitational in the Black Singles Flight.
Named a two-time high school All-American … A two-time state champion and a two-time state runner-up in Wisconsin … Selected as the Wisconsin State Player of the Year on two occasions … Helped Marquette University High School to four team state championships under David Frank … A two-time team captain at Marquette … A four-star recruit by the Tennis Recruiting Network … Winner of the Frank Parker Jr. Award … Rated as high as No. 9 nationally in the Class of 2013 by the Tennis Recruiting Network in 2010 … Finished ranked No. 81 nationally, No. 10 in the Great Lakes Region and No. 1 in Wisconsin for the Class of 2013 … Played tennis since the age of four under the direction of Robert Budiono, Erick Martinez and Timon Corwin … A sports writer for high school newspaper … Member of the Philosophy Club … Volunteered with special needs children at Golda Meir Elementary School.
Son of James Niquet and Noelle Muceno … Expects to major in pre-law at W&M.