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Named first team all-Big Sky Conference for the third straight season...despite a nagging injury that affected his backhand a good portion of the season, Stryhas went 14-5 in singles play, including 1-3 at No. 1, 11-2 at No. 2 and 2-0 at No. 3...because of the injury, Stryhas was dropped to the No. 3 slot in the team’s lineup the last portion of the season...combined with teammate Kiryl Harbatsiuk to become the first Hornet doubles team to advance to the NCAA Doubles Championships...at the NCAA postseason tournament, the duo reached the second round (Round of 16) after upsetting second-ranked and No. 3 seed Neal Skupski and Michael Venus of LSU by the score of 7-6 (9), 7-6 (5)...lost in the second round of the tournament to North Carolina's Clay Donato and Taylor Fogleman (ranked 17th in the nation) by the score of 6-3, 7-6 (3)...Stryhas/Harbatsiuk went 15-7 in dual matches (all at No. 1 in the Hornets' lineup), and were ranked as high as 30th in the nation during the spring...Stryhas' three-year career duals records include 56-10 (.848) in singles play and 51-16 (.761) in doubles play.
Named the Big Sky Conference MVP after completing arguably the most impressive season in school history...became the fourth Hornet men’s tennis player to receive most valuable player accolades, joining Xavier Barajas-Smith (2007), Sherif Zaher (2001-02) and Jason Weiss (1998)...finished the spring season with a 22-1 record in singles play at both the team’s Nos. 1 and 2 spots in the lineup...in fact, he won each of his last 20 matches of the season...went 11-0 at No. 1, 10-1 at No. 2 and 1-0 at No. 3...eighteen of his 22 singles victories came in straight sets, including 6-3, 6-1 and 6-2, 6-0 victories at the Big Sky Tournament...his only loss of the spring came in three sets on Feb. 9 against Sam Tadevosian of Loyola Marymount...teamed with Harbatsiuk to go 18-4 in doubles play at No. 1...combined, Stryhas posted a 40-5 dual-match record in singles and doubles play...overall, including the fall season, he went 30-5 in singles play and 23-7 in doubles action.
Named first team all-Big Sky Conference after posting a team-best 20-4 record in singles play and an 18-5 record in doubles play...19 of his 20 singles victories came in straight sets...primarily the Hornets’ No. 2 player, he went 3-1 at No. 1, 16-3 at No. 2, and 1-0 at No. 3...won eight of his last nine and 14 of the last 16 singles matches...named Big Sky Player of the Week on March 7 and April 3...advanced to the second round of qualifying at the All-American Championships during the fall.